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MURET-SANDERS 

ENCVCLOP.4lDIC 
ENGLISH-GERMAN and GERMAN-ENGLISH 

DICTIONARY 



ENZYKLOPÄDISCHES 
ENGLISCH- DEUTSCHIuS und DEUTSCH-ENGLISCHES 

WÖRTHRHUCH 



(^ TOUSSAINT-LANGENSCHEIDT METHOD ,,^ 



MÜRET-SANDERS 

ENCYCLOPEDIC 
ENGLISH-GERMAN AND GERMAN-ENGLISH 

DICTIONARY 



UNIFORM IN PLAN AND ARRANGEMENT WITH SACHS -YILLATTE'S 
FRENCH-GERMAN AND GERMAN-FRENCH DICTIONARY 



GIVING THE PRONUNCIATION ACCORDING TO THE PHONETIC SYSTEM 

EMPLOYED IN THE METHOD OF 

TOUSSAINT-LANGENSCHEIDT 



SMALLER EDITION FOR HOME AND SCHOOL 



PART SECOND: GERM AN- ENGLISH 

BY 



H. BAUMANN 



MASTER OF ARTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF LONDON, 
FORMERLY HEADMASTER OF THE ANGLO-GERMAN SCHOOL, BRDCTON, S.W. LONDON 




REVISED AND CORRECTED .^^^^^X. FROM THE FORTY-NINTH TO 

STEREOTYPE EDITION "I'lPlglMTi^Sih IF» THE FIFTY-EIGHTH THOUSAND 



ALL RIGHTS RESERVED 



BERLIN-SCHÖNEBERG 

LANGENSCHEIDTSCHE VERLAGSBUCHHANDLUNG 

(PROF. G. LANGENSCHEIDT) 

1905 



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(prof. (A. iduoKiifd'rt^t) 

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A good dictionary is a mine of wealth and a garden 
of delight. He that uses it rightly will derive profit and 
great comfort therefrom. tt r> 



leyiRograpl^ifdje 'SBerRe, mögen fie nodj fo großartig 
angelegl fein, Ijaßen öas Borredjf, lücßen :m5 Jrrtiimer 
auftüeifen ?u Surfen. jj_ ^.; ^^^^^^^^ 



A. Some General Remarks on the Plan of the Work. 



The following hints respecting the internal 
arrangements of the work deserve attention: 

1. Foreign words which, as regards both 
spelling and meaning, are identical in the 
two languages have generally been omitted. 
Thus iMppciibijr (appendix), (Sljlampd (chlamys), 
iM;ftcron="^}rotcrou &c. have been excluded; 
but 3lp()oriöm, 3(qiiariiim, IRctcor, and other 
similar expressions, especially those of a 
scientific or technical nature, wliich required 
elucidation, have found admittance despite 
their identity with the English. Names, 
both Cicrman and foreign, have been dealt 
with in the same manner. 

2. In double compounds, such as: Pinbrr- iinb 
t»nuö'iiinr(l)fn, Stnot»«' unb ^HrirfivJ'nnnfliiJriflfrit, 
the „iiiib" has not been considered in the 
alphabetical arrangement. 

3. Compound foreign words, especially such 
as differ in their accentuation from the 
corresponding English words, have been 
provided with accents, e. g. : Wolb-ortj'b « chm. 
auric o'xide. 

4. The bracketing of a letter at the end of 
the Old or Middle High German etymon, 
such as: fliifl [inl)h. kliioc(f[)\ shows that the 
final consonant (c) is changed in the in- 
flection (to g). 



5. In the arrangement of compounds, a saving 
of space has frequently been effected by 
the device of putting an English attribute, 
which belongs to several nouns, only «-.ncc, 
e. g.: Ärfibf'formation, -gruppf / jC«"/. rro- 
taceous forrnalioi), group ^= ßrribt'formatifn 
f geol. cretaceous formation; Arribr-gruppr / 
geol. cretaceous group. 

Similarly, the signs for pronanciation, 
gender and inflection, whenever referring 
to several successive words, have been 
given only once. In flarabuif, flombuff w 
("--)/©, also in Sdiraoiib, cditnont c') _:n^^ 
smnnt Ac.j w %, all that is added on the 
right refers to both headings. 

6. The following example is " * tive of 
the use of the hyphen in the . . trans- 
lations: ^fr-tftft / home- (or return- yourney 
or voyage = i;tcr»rcife home-journey or relum- 
journey or home-voyage or returnvoyajre. 

7. Any abbreviation employed in the F 
rendering of a German compound n: . 
easily explained by reference to the bc- 
ginninc of the article. Thus, if we find 
Jyfft'iArift / translated by: f. pamphlet «r 

f)ublication, we can easily i: : it as: 

cstive pamphlet, festive puL.. :i, bv a 

glance at the two first lines of the article 
which tell us: I mdf» festive . 



A. (?iin|]c allf^cmcinc ScmcrfuniKu iidcr bic Cvinrirfituiu] W:^ S>crfc>3. 



über bic innere ©inric^tiinfl beö äUerlcd perbicnen 
bie foliionbcn ill'infc Ijicr nod) 'Jlufnnljmc : 

1 . ^vcmbiuörtiT, jpclc^c bcr ^d)ri'ibini(i luib bom '3inne 
uikI) (\oiiaii in bcibi'n (2prad;cn iibrrcinftimnicn, 
finb ill bcr SJi'i^cl lurgnt'liillf" worbcn. 6« frliU'n 
J. '-l^. Slppcnbij; (cni^l. appendix), (i|jlanu)ö (cn^l. 
chlamys), i>i;flcron'^rotfron :c.; bagcgcn finb 
?lpl)üviöin, Siqiiariiim, ^JJictror unb üicleö anbcrc, 
nnnicntlid) !Jl«ii|iMiid)iiftlid)rö, bei bem ein nShereo 
(£iniiel)en ober eine I5^vliuiterun(i aniiebradjt fdjien, 
trou ber Übereinftimniun^i nut bem (iriigliidjcn boc^ 
aufflenontmen loorben. Wit *JJiunen, beiitjd)en roic 
freniMonbifdjen, ift ähnlid) ocrfiiljren rooibcn, 

2. ilU'i !J)oppel ;^i)iuiiiiun)e^niniv'n, mie S^inbrr* unb 
(,)aiiö'niiird)fn, ctnntv^- unb '}{firt)i<-onflfljüvinfrit, 
i|'t baö „unb" in bev lUphiibetiit^en 5Keil;en|olj}e 
nid)t joeiter beviicffidjtiflt n>orben. 

\\. ,^n ben ,Su)amnunje\jiin(K» fi"b bic ^renibitiortir, 
nanientlid) luenn ba\j entjpveiljenbe en^ilijdje 'JiUnt 
üubertf betont roirb, »neift mit ^Iccenten ocrjeben 
TPOrben, y. *iV : Woib'Ort)'b « cUm. auric o'xiiio. 

4. !Dlc (i^inflannneiiini^ ctueö '-iUidjftaben nadj \><\\\ 
a^b. ober inbb. (Jtumon, mic j. 3V : flufl |ml)b. 
kluoc (g)\, beulet (in, baft ber ©nbtonjonant (c) 
fid) bei ber ^lerion (in g) ilnbert. 

6. 5üci bcr Slnoibnung ber ^iijammcnje(jungcn ifl 



ftiinftfl bobur(6 gefiirU it>orbcn, bofi bofl rnglüd)« 
SUtribut, bafl für mehrere Vii"P'"'"'''f fl'". ""f 
ciiinuil liefest roorben ift, \. ■^4.: ArribC'lornatita. 
•Oruppc / gtol. cretaceous formation, pru::» 
■-■ flreibf-formnfion / grot. <■ 
matiou; .Urfibf-ttriippe/:vr)/ rr 

^lt)nli(4 babe \^ :ib oon 

SiQatte) bic «ejc:" 

«nb ,'>UTion, ba ;. 

nenbe "JiUnfer ijcr. , nur fjninui 

iXn ITombuff, fiuiubiitf : -'-)/«, e^.: 

£d)mnnD, cdiniant i-* (mio. smani elo.) m • 



Überlegung t|t ta9 fotgenbr 
^^rr-rriff j?"!! "■• t nturuu ■ 
.Ver-int'e ; tirnoy or r« 

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®er Dorlicgcnbe 33anb ift in bcr ^auptjad^e ein 
^aralliiftiicf jur Sd^ulauögabe beö (SadE)ä=SiIlattefd^cn 
„3)euti(^=3'^'i"äöiijc^cn Söörterbucfieö" unb bilbet jiigleid) 
bie üeinere Sluögabe jum ©ro^cn „©eutfd^^gnglijc^cn 
SBörtcrbuc^c" Don 2}Jurct=®anbcr§, mit bem e§, obgleich 
ganj unabl)ängig bauon abgefaßt, in feiner ganjen ®in= 
ric^tung unb in aEen rocfcntlic^cn 3ügen übcreinftimmt. 

2)cn beutfd^en Söörtcrfd^a^ »on ©ad^ö = SSillatte 
j^abe ic^ nad) manchen 5{i(^tungen ^in enoeitert, neue 
n)i1fenjcf)att(ic^c2(u5brüdc, c^emifc^cg^ormeln unbmand^eä 
anbere, ta^ im 33crfel^re von sroci großen Äulturoölfern 
con '^al)x ju '^al)v neu auffpric^t, nad^getragen. Sie 
Umjc^reibungen unb ®vf(ärungcn in ^erlfd^rift, bie 
ba§ ©ac^ä = ?5illatteic^e 2Berf 5u einer äroeifprad^igcn 
(gnct)f[opäbie [tempcin, f;abe ic^ für praftifc^e Qmedc 
nod^ roeiter ausgebaut. Sie beutfc^e ©ttjmotogie ift 
nad) ben neueften Duellen umgearbeitet ruorben, unb 
in ber Stnorbnung von Söortgruppen I;abe icf) ber 3'iaum- 
eriparniö f)alber3ufatnmenge]^örige'3 oft enger unb ftraffcr 
jufammcnfaffcn muffen alö ©adE)ö=$ßtlIatte. Sie 33c3eici^= 
nung ber beutfc^en 3luöfprad^e ift faft biefelbe geblieben. 

3Sie(e namentlich ber längeren Slrtitel finb auä 
3liic!fic^t auf baä ©nglifcfie unb auf bie rofd^ fort= 
fc^reitenben ®rforberniffe bcr ncuäeitlicf)en Sejitograpljie 
neu angeorbnet unb jugleic^ oielfad^ auögebel;nt raorben. 
Soc^ bleibt im großen unb ganjen ber beutfd^e SBörter* 
fc^a^ oon(2ad^§=SSillatte mit feiner beroä^rtenSruppierung 
Don ^uJiJn^nifnic^i'^Sf" i>ie beutfcfie ©runblage biefeä 
S3ucf)eä. 3n gad^en ber bcutfd^en 3ied^tfd^reibung unb 
@rammatif l^at mir Suben in ben meiften g^ällen alä 
gü^rer gebient. 

SBenn es mir gelungen ift, bie auf SBunfdE» bcr 
rüfimlic^ft befannten Sangcnfc^cibtfc^cn %ivma vox »icr 
Sauren unternommene 2Irbeit ju einem mirflic^ brauet)- 
laren, b. 1). überfic^tlic^en, reid^lialtigen unb äuüerläffigen 



©prad^roerfe ju geftalten, fo roirb mirfi ba§ für bie auf« 
geroanbte üiele Qe\t unb SJJü^e rcid^lid^ belohnen. 2Bie 
unenblid^ fd^roer cö ift, jtoci Sprachen Icjifalifc^, b. f). 
ganj grünblid^ unb Dollftänbig ju be^crrfd^cn, 'oa^ roeif; 
am beften ber ju fcf)ä^en, ber fclbft im 2lu§lanbe eine 
frembe (Sprad^e ganj äu burd^bringcn »erfud^t l)at. 
9Keine langjäljrigc Sef)rt^ätigfeit in Sonbon unb 33ngl)ton 
möge minbcftcnö ©cioä^r bafür bieten, i>a^ meine erfte 
unb befte unb reidE)fte Duelle, meiere fein ^yorfd^en in 
Sudlern erfe^en fann, baö englifd^e 58olf unb baä 
mä(f)tig pulfierenbe Seben beö 33ritenrcid^cg gemefcn ift. 
33ci ben englifd^cn Überfc^ungen l;abc id) burc^fcf)nitt(ic^ 
nur SKuftergültigeö ju geben oerfuc^t. (Seltenere ©lang= 
Sluöbrüde unb englifd^e ^proüinäialiömcn l;abe iä) nad) 
Gräften Dcrmicbcn. Sie mit F unb P gcjcid^neten 
Stcberoeifen finb allbefannte unb lanbläufige Sluöbrücfc, 
bie für bie Unterl;altung unumgängtid^ notmenbig finb, 
in ber ©d^riftfprad^e bagegen ücrmieben rocrben foUtcn. 
©rofien unb aufrid^tigcn Sanf fage id^ ben Ferren, 
meldte mit unermüblicf)em ^ylei^ an bicfem 33anöe mit» 
gearbeitet l^abcn. ^d) fd)ulbe il)n namentlich §errn 
21. ßliffc in granffurt a.Wl. für feine bei bcr Surc^fid^t 
bcr Äorrcfturbogcn mir erteilten uielcn nü^lidjcn SBinfe. 
^c^ fd^ulbe il)n ferner ben öcrren »on ber Srucftegungö* 
marte, bcfonbcrä §errn 33. ©tobbe, bie nidE)t nur bie 
§erftcllung beö ©anjen mit aufscrorbcntlid^er ©orgfalt 
übern)adE)t, fonbern mir aud) für bie miffcnfd^aftlicljen 
©rflärungen, ben beutfdE)cn 3Bortfd^a| unb anbereö ftctö 
ratcnb gur Seite geftanben l^aben. ^d^ fd^ulbe il;n aud^ 
meinem Serleger, ber fein Dpfer gefd^cut Ijat, um biefeä 
SBerf feinen anberen Dortrefflic^en unb epoc^emad^cnben 
©prac^roerfen rcürbig an bie Seite ju reil;en. 



Srigljton, Januar 1900. 



$. ä3auniaum 



PREFACE. 



This volume is, in a wider sense, uniform 
with the School Edition of Sachs -Villatte's 
'German-French Dictionary', forming, at the 
same time, the Smaller Edition of Muret-Sanders" 
Great 'German-English Dictionary'; although 
written quite independently of the latter, yet 
its whole construction and principal features 
are the same as those of the larger work. 

The German vocabulary of Sachs-Villatte 
has been largely added to; new scientific terms, 
chemical formulae, and many other items which 
the intercourse of two great civilised nations 
brings forth as a regular annual crop, have 
been carefully gathered and garnered in. The 
system of smaJl-type definitions and illustrations, 
which gives Sachs-Villatte the character of a 
bilingual Cyclopaedia, has been more fully 
developed. The German Etymology has been 
thoroughly overhauled in the light of the latest 
research. In the arrangement of word-groups, 
I have saved a great deal of space by joining and 
drawing together members of the same family 
more closely than Sachs-Villatte had done. The 
notation for German pronunciation has remained 
almost unchanged. 

Many, especially of the longer, articles have 
been remodelled and extended in conformity 
with the requirements of the English language 
and the rapid progress of modern lexico- 
graphy. Still, on the whole, the German stock 
of Sachs-Villatte, with its unsurpassed method 
of grouping compounds, remains the Gennan 
basis of the present work. In matters of German 
spelling and grammar, Duden's well-known 
dictionary has been my principal guide. 

When, four years ago, at the request of the 
well-known firm of Mr. Langcnscheidt, 1 
wrote my first experimental pages, I became 
conscious of the magnitude of the undertaking. 
If I have succeeded, however, in producing a 
thoroughly useful — that is to say, a clearly 



arranged, a complete and reliable — book, I 
shall deem myself richly rewarded for the time 
and pains bestowed upon iL The infinite diffi- 
culty of mastering two languages with that 
degree of perfection which diclionarj'-making 
requires, is best appreciated by those who have 
endeavoured to sound the depths of a foreign 
speech in its native home. The fact of my 
having lived as a teacher of English pupils in 
London and Brighton, for so many years, may, 
I think, serve as a guarantee that my first and 
best and most prolific source, and one deeper 
than all the books one could dive into, have been 
the English people themselves and the mighty 
pulse of British life around me. In my render- 
ings I have generally assigned the first place 
to good standard English, avoiding, as far as 
possible, obscure slang-words and provincialisms. 
All that has been marked with F or P, however, 
belongs to the great tribe of colloquialisms 
which are unavoidable in conversation, but 
should be sparingly used in composition. 

I take this opportunity of expressing my 
gratitude to those whose untiring industry has 
assisted me in my task. I have to thank Mr. 
A. Cliff e of Frankfort -on -the -Main for his 
careful reading of the proof-sheets and the 
many useful hints appended thereto. My thanks 
are due also to the members of Mr. Langcn- 
scheidt's excellent Staff, especially Mr. B.Stobbc, 
who not only super\'ised the prmting, but were 
at all times ready to advise me with regard to 
scientific matters and many German technicalities. 
Last not least, 1 feel indebted to my Publisher 
for doing everything in his power to make 
the present volume worthy to stand '■ ■'— side 
of his many excellent and famous j- .ons. 

Brighton, January 1000. 

H. Baumann. 



DRUCK UND VERLAG 
DER LANGENSCHEIDTSCHEN VERLAGSBUCHHANDLUNG UND BUCHDRUCKEREI 

(PROF. G. LANGENSCHEIDT) 

BERLIN -SCHÖNEBERG, BAHNSTR. 29/30 



Short Guide 



to 

Gerinan Pronianciatioii 

liv 

H. Baumann 

Master of Arts of liOndon University, formerly Headmaster of the Anglo-German School, Hrixton, SW. Londoo. 



I. Introductory remarks. 



1. The staudani pronuncinlintt of German, as 
here desrrilu'd, represents no particular province or 
part of the Empire. It is neither Hanoverian nor 
Saxon, n»!ither Swahian nor Bavarian. Its home is 
all Germany, and not any particular centre, like Ber- 
lin, Dresden, Stuttgart, Munich, or, outside the Em- 
pire, Vienna. It is that of the hest educated Germans, 
generally speaking, and tries to blend the dialectal 
peculiarities of North and South, of East and West. 

2. The student who wishes to master the diffi- 
culties of German phonetics should study the lessons 
on vowels ami consonants, especially those on ä, ö, 
ü, en, the trilled r, the sharp hiss-sound e. He should 
also remember that the German has nothing corre- 
sponding to English /// in ///is. ///orn. to w in H'oe, 
or J in yaw. 

The (li/>Jifhoiii^ai action which characterises some 
I'-nglish vowels [a in p'/per, u in code, &c ), and voiced 
final consonants (h in nob, d in la</, g in hu^, s in 
C05, V in bruz'e) are quite iniknown in German. Ter- 
minal vowels, with few exceptions, such as c in 5Hüfc, 
arc long in German. 



The articulation of Germans is more Tigomtis, 
requiring much fuller play of the lips and the tongue, 
and stronger breathing action than that of people in 
the South of England. 

3. The difference in syllabication, I. e. in the 
mode of splitting up words, should aNo be notice«!. 

An open syllable is one which emls in a vowel 
But a simple consonant between vowels in German 
always goes to the next syll.ible (c-li-nii ■.; hence 

open syllables in German may, to all inces, 

also end in consonants. Digraphs and • -.re- 

presenting only one sound, such as ph. lu. . .■. -oh. fs, 
in this rule, are counted as simple consonants: (co-pl)ift, 
ai-tl)oa, Sd cf)C, Ai-itl)i\ (^rii-Rf. 

A closed syllable may end either in a double con- 
sonant (matt, txd — biff), or in several consonants i^xi, 
fd>lcd)t, fronf, Äampf). 

A (lerman vowel in the last syllable, if followed 
by a single consonant, is generally long. Hut there 
are many exceptions, especially with (f) and i(t>: »b, 
adj, banii't, fr<d), Öi-bfl'idj, t^K-fva'c^, Wau eft, iMt, tjuu'b, 
^inroCg, ^afd), In, ^tä^, mid), mit, nt^, no'lbi, eb, k., k 



II. Vowels. 



These are oriuinally soinids produced l>y the vocal 
chords and the cavities of the larynx. But the i|uality 
of the tone produced by them is ditVerenliated in its 
passage through the throat, nose, and mouth. Vowels 
whicii are formed near the hard palate, such as G.* i, 
c, (i, Ö, ii, lie , are often called front fowels , those 
formed near the centre of the soft p.ilate, as G. a, o, 
u, are described as bach vowels. 

Close I. 

Resembling vowels in E. sUvp, n»*<it. 

1. The front part of the touijue is raisetl ver>" 
near to the bard palate, its i)oint beinu kept close to 
the lower gums without actinilly touching Opening 
of lips narrow. Avoid diphthongixntion by preventing 
the lower jaw and nether lip from makiuv' the sliiihtest 
forward movenii'tit. G. bir (to thee) nnist be spoken 
with a pure undiphthongi/e<l vowel, and not like E. ilear. 

2. When tont^, this vowel is graphically express»»ii: 

a) by if, as in liohrn (to love), win (four), U»ifb 
(cnttlel. fid) (look), nie (never). 

b) by llj, as in ihre (her, their), ibm (to liim). 

c) by \, as in mil (ti> me), bir (U) th<M>).rtnti't (antique) 
8, This I occurs as a short vowel in open un- 
accented syllables, as in Dffijicr (oflicr), au Mi- "Jv-nnb 



ito the wall), ^-^itio nc i lemon' wiiiiii. ni eiii!'U.mc, slow 
speech, however, would be pronoiuicid luig 

()f>en i. 
Like f in l*'.nglish ill, sick, 1/p, dnnk. 

1. In passing from th«> previous i t ■ •' ■ «oumi. 
we must still keep the p<»int of tb»> t" \t »he 
lower gums But the arch of !y 
tlattened and lowered, the o|H>niiu . , 'U. 

Caretully avoid the fuial vowel-«<tuud iu E. duVK. 
In (ierm.m, this i is fuind only short. 

2. It is met with ino»;|y in .-I.^-.-'l -v^il.ti»*, «•• 
peciallv before sibilants and do: as in 

as in Din (am), im Un the), »«inn \}X\ki >K 

3. Only in i ' eptionalca*- •! 
appeapi as ir : ^ >urtb part), - i) 

4. It «hould Ik» notirtnl that ihc towrl i h«(bro r 
in G ri'tains i' " " ■• r In 
stirrup'. and mn i« • io 
E. binl, nirl, m'rth 

'11)0 »indent ahnubl 
E iiirt 1 

. Ilirt 
. stir 



(i. • (ionn.in K. — hiigliitb. 



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Close ü. 
Like tlie vowel u in French er//. 

1. The tongne remains in the same position as 
for the close i-sound; hut the lips must he well puck- 
ered or rounded. It is essential that the tongue should 
not he retracted; else the sound produced will resemhle 
the (pure or first) vowels in E. coo, do, shoe. In some 
dialects of the West and South of Germany, this ü is 
sounded like close i which should not be imitated. 

2. When long, this ii-sound appears in spelling: 

a) as mutation or modified // in: i'l&cr (over), 
griiii (green), für (for), nii'ibc (tired), Sliite (hlossom). 

b) asit^: tiil)n (hold), fiiljre (lead), ©tii()lc (chairs), 
aKiif)Ie (mill), ^\\\)t (cows). 

c) as I) in words derived from the Greek: \\)X\\&j 
(lyrical), SlnaUyfe (analysis), 3l)i/[ (asylum, home). 

This t; is sometimes pronounced like close i. 

d) as uc in words from the French: SküiTc' (re- 
view), ^ileueuiie' (income). 

Other loan-words from the French are spelt with 
ii: ScfiiTre (reading), iToftii'm (costume), S^ribii'ne (plat- 
form), 53roi(^ii'rc (pamphlet). 

3. In a few foreign words, such as bureau', §90= 
ci'ntfjc, ^()v[i't (physics), St^nVuii (tyrant), the ü in open 
unaccented syllables is found short. 

Open ii. 

Like the vowel u in French l//tte. 

1. Keep the tongue in the same position as for. 
open i, lips well apart and rounded. 

Like the open i, it is found in closed syllables. 
In G. it is always short. 

2. Graphically it is expressed: 

a) by ii: S3iinbc( (bundle), 5Biirbe (dignity), ©türme 
(storms), fiirjcr (shorter), SfJiiffe (nuts), fiiffe (kiss). 

h) by X\ in certain words from the Greek: 3J}i)rte 
(myrtle), @i)mna'ftiiin (grammar-school), 9ii)mp()e (nymph). 
This y is sometimes pronounced like an open i. 

In ®ipö, (gilbe, ^riftall (or Ärpftall) — which are 
also of Greek origin — the German has adopted both 
in spelling and pronunciation / for Greek u. 

c) by u in very few words from the French: 
'-Bubget (budget). Other words from the French are 
spelt with ii: 33iiftc (bust), 5ßeriide (wig). 

3. The student must carefully distiuguisli: 
SBüfte (desert) and lüüfete (might know), 
ffifjleu (to feel) „ füllen (to fill), 

Öüte (hats) „ öüttc (hut), 

bn^te (expiated) „ Snfte (bust). 



Like the first part of vowel-sound in gome, pa/n. 

1. In passing from close i to open i, we observed 
that the tongue had to recede a short distance from 
the hard palate. Retracting it once more about the 
same distance, we produce a new vowel-sound, that of 
a(i) in game, pa/'n; but the usual diphthongizing of this 
vowel (fle'-'ni, jje'-'ii) must be carefully avoided. The 
opening of the lips is narrow, as in the case of close i. 

2. It is met with long: 

a) as e: Itbcu (to live), incm (to whom), beii (ace. 
sing, of ber), ^er (hither), Icfen (to read). 

b) as c^ : £e^m (clay), mef)r (more), |ef)r (very), 2ßel) 
(woe), Gl)e (marriage). 

c) as ce: SKeer (sea), Stce (tea), %ttx (tar), fd^eel 
(squint-eyed), Scfinee (snow), ©cele (soul). 

d) as final e in words from the French: Jleglige 
(undress), (Safe (cafe). 

3. It is found short in unaccented open syllables, 
mostly in words of foreign origin: 

DJJft{)o'be (method), iifua'nte (Levant), aWflandjoU'e 
(melancholy), ^crii'cfe (wig), Slcbatteu'r (editor), ©etrctä'r 
(secretary), 2:i)ca'tcr (theatre). 



a. 

Resembling e in French p-^re. 

1. After assuming the e- position, as previously 
descril)od, we must drop the lower jaw, and effect a 
wider opening of the lips. The sound produced is 
that of tlic (undiphthongized or pure) vowel in ha/'r, 
tmr, crrre. 

2. It is found long: 

a) as mutation or modified a in: Änfig (cage), 
fägcu (to saw), jpat (late), tnte (might do), 3(tmoipl;äre 
(atmosphere), ^ttljcr (ether). • 

b) as ä| in: Wa[)\K (mane), ^ä[)\\i. (teeth), Qä^re 
(tear), lüäljlcu (to choose), fral)eu (to crow). 

c) as ot in some words from the French: (El)ai)c 
(chaise). 

Other French words, like 9Jlilitä'r (soldiery), 
©cfrctci'r (secretary), have adopted the German mutation. 

Some others, like 3(ffairc or 2lffäre, can be spelt 
either way. 

d) as c in some other French loan-words: 
Karriere or Sarricrc (career), 5Virriac (barrier), ^effort 
[the t not to he pronounced!]. 

e) Distinguish: 

®l)rc (honour) from i[{)Xi (ear of corn), 
ajJcerc (seas) „ aJiiirc (tale), 

lueljvc (defend) „ roäre (might be). 

3. It is found short in closed syllables: 

a) as ä in: 58änber (ribbons), närrifc^ (foolish), 
©d^ti^c (treasures), ld)ärfer (sharper). 

b) as e in: fc[t (fast), 5lette (chain), @d;erfletu (farth- 
ing, mite), yjfcffc (mass), ©rutc (harvest), 9Jeru (nerve), 
fjerrfc^eii (to rule), rüctjcu (to whet). 

c) In such foreign words as ^U'äla't (prelate), (Saiu'r 
(cEesura), 2>ämo'n (demon), the unaccented fl, in fluent, 
familiar speech, becomes short. 

4. The vowel-sound in E. h<7t, c<7tch is not to be 
met with in G. 

5. In comparing: 

E. bet with G. Sett (bed), 

„ nest „ „ SfJeft, 

„ sets „ „ fc^e (set),- 

„ send „ „ feube, 

„ hemming „ „ I;emnicu (to check), 
„ kettle „ „ Äctte (chain), 

we should bear in mind that the G. e-sound requires 
a slightly wider -lip-opening than the E. vowel. Some 
phoneticians consider the E. and the G. vowel identical. 

6. The cr in G. fern (far) is not pronounced like 
er in E. fern, but retains the original vowel -sound 
which we also find in E. merry and French ternii-. 
Thus we must distinguish: 

E. stern from G. ©tent (star), 

„ Ferdinand „ „ fj^'^^'"''"^» 

„ perfect „ „ perfc'ft, 

„ perspective „ „ ^erfpefti'n (telescope). 

7. Some pairs of G. words exhibit identity 
in sound, together with differences both in meaning 
and spelling: 

SBclle (wave) and äßällc (ramparts), 

(^clle (skins) „ gälle (cases), 

Serene (lark) „ Snrc^e (larch-tree), 

roenbc (turn) „ 3öäabe (walls). 

Close Ö. 

Like the vowel in French ]eu, n(»//d. 

1. The tongue assumes the position for ä (in hair), 
while the lips are well puckered or rounded. This is 
an essential condition ; otherwise a vowel, like that of 
E. herd, bird would be produced which, as may easily 
be observed, requires no puckering of the lips. 

2. This vowel when long is found: 

a) as mutation or modified o in : Xmt (sounds), 
töte (kill), löfe (solve), §öfc (courts), Ijörc (hear), 
S)iarrl)öe (diarrhoea), ©uböa (Euboea). 



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b) an 91^ in: @ö^ne (sons), fipfjnunfl (soKli.r » |).iy), 
^Jiöfjre (carrot), floljlcr (collii-rj, Cfjr (eye of a nc(Mlle). 

c) in words from the Krench as fU: :HefliiKit'r (sta^'t?- 
iiiaiia>;t'r), ^iigciiitü'r (enj^ineer), üöii-Ti' (a<lieii, xood-liye). 

In otln-r words, the ori(,niial ril of the l-rcnch has 
l)('(;n chan(^ed into iJ : iDlobcl (fiirtiitiiri-), ']iobel (ini>l>), 
'JJJanöucr (mandnivro), ponipo'i (iiiagiiifi<i'iit>, poio'o 
(porous), rclifliü''3 (rehi,'ious). 

d) In sorno dialects of Central and Sonth Ger- 
many, this 3 is pronounced like «, so that l?ic won!<l 
sound like Ific (read), and .v>i<fc like Ötfc (yeast). This 
dialectal usaj^o must not he imitated, thoutrh in G. 
riminfi; the ö and c arc often taken as equivalents. 

3. Short o, like short li, is met with in open, 
imaccented syllahles, especially in alien words: 

Öfono'm (farmer), diJiiba't (celihacy), ICtöcc'ic (dio- 
cese), ^M)öni'cicu (I'henicia). 

Open a. 
Like the vowel-sound in French nt'//f. 

1. While the tonRue assumes the position of ä 
(in Stnbti), the lips must he roumled. This vowel is 
always short in G. It is not found in Iv I'he " in 
li/Uter and in h//rt is not an exact eijuivaleuf, ap- 
proachini:, as it does, the vowel-sound of a in fnt. 

2. It occurs only as I in: föiiiicii (to he ahle), 
Jörftci (forester), ÜJlörbci (murderer), locfjtcr (daughters). 

8. The student roust carefidly study the dift'ercnce 
hetween: 1"^ Rutter and G. (hotter (i;ods), 

„ L'unncr „ „ (*'iönncr (patmin. 
„ lust „ „ li'ft (solves) 

K hint is totally unlik(! G. l)ürt (hears), with its 
rounded \\m\\i, o and its trilled r. 

4. Distinguish also: 

G. iyHcx (pedlar) irom U. .Occfcr (liunipi, 

„ SiBoleiu (little rose) „ „ JHcfilciu (little horse). 

Terminal atiti nnacirntcd e. 

liesenihling the shr)rt vowel nt the tlnal syllahles in 
huttrr, ord/T, Ros|>?l, locket, catch/zp, galh^p. 

1. 'I'his is a weaker form of the open o pre- 
viously descrihed, and is generally met with as i: 
®(ban'bc (shame), ^ilUtnboI (conduct), ifobcr (liver). -Samon 
(seed), fiitPct (tinds), C-li'iUfhi- (>?un), (^icbnnfc (ihouj,'ht). 

2 In pronoiincinij „bii'lc ift", „fonuti' n", .lohtc id)", 
the student must leave a clear cut hetween the Kiial 
c and the initial vowel of the next word. Thi' two 
vowels must on no accoiuit he slurre«! hy me. mis of 
what Alexander MUis called the 'vanish-r'. 

See paraKHiph on "Gli)ttid before voweN 

«r. 

Hoeiiililiiiv; '' in \\. luii. 

1 It the stutlent , while successivelv articulating 
the vowels {on(v the vowels) in Iv h//t, A«it, and Ivir, 
carefully follows up with his tui^'er the movenienlH nf 
his touRue, he will soon «onvince himself that the 
tongue, in tVamiiift the d of hdr, seems almost to slip 
awjiy under his touch The G. a is, in fact, a 'low 
hack vowel', and must he pronounced with the throat 
wide open, the lonnue luw down (hut not so low down, 
as lor the vowtl-soiind in law which, only in some 
dialects of (iennany, forms a suhstitute for nj, and the 
lips a little widt>r apart llian for the »i in h u. 

Inder no circumstances, should the Grrm.ku >) 
whether Ion;; or short, whethei in the centre or at the 
end of a word, he pronoiuiced like the (t in Iv nidn, 
Iwit, act. or in nwnauder, c«itiistrophe. fdiuitical. 

There is a long (ierunin a. and a short (ierm.m a. 

2. /.onur rt Ih found : 

a) IIS n iu: I^Mtt (father). 6anicn (aetili. Mabt 
uaven), <»(l)iim (hashfuin 
rt'adinn), UUm'ii u'oodsi. 



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h; as ati ill "•'""■ tatjren (to drive i, (atji 

(hare), Irciljt ( 

c) as aa ill t 

d) as atu i:i. c, ,...i ;-.,,, 

spelt tc(i)al). 

e) as I in w ' diphtboog 
iHciiTDoir, Ji r. 

Notice that the plural (with out 

and the diminutive - '" 

3. Notice the phon in: 
E. theatre and G. Ztjra icr, 

„ sham „ , €ft;jin. 

„ rat ^ :K.:i ■ ^:.- 

„ cap „ _ RiV '•■ 1). 

4. The followini; paiis. thouirli iMim. ticaliy alike, 
exhihit ilitl'erent 8[H-lling and meanini?- 

G. lualfu (to paint) and in :;id), 

„ mai (mark) . IK 

„ Slalc (eels) , «M« 

„ 'Jiamen (names; , nabntcu (were talcing*. 

.*). I'he short a o«:curs: 

a) as a in closed syllahles: fann (can), madft 
(makes), etabt ftown). ^ it), Xarrrn {eut\ lad)* 
(laugh), fiingc (catclii, h . h. 

b) in open unaccentt><l syllahles (ni.)-itly in words 
of foreign oriuin): %Mitl'n iplatinumi. lUifa't /p!-- -*"' 
"Vtjarifd'cr Pharisee^, ^JJjni'f (maniai, 'iVjivitc Ue 

Close o. 
Like the French o in mut 

1 i'he tuncue receiles still further tliao for G. a 
and K. aw. The lips 
are rounded. The vow. 
I hone, nose, or rather the tirät part of that vowel, 
' because, as a rule, the K. 4 is strongly ilip' •' -•■-i^, 
especially in London. German o, like o, 

I admits no second positioti of the lips such «a would 
I lead to the Fm^lish diphthong. 

When iH'aring the accent, this vowel is invariably 
long. 

I 2. In spelling, it is ex|' • •!■ 

a) lus o: Rxowi (crowu\ <lread>). .h), 

rot (red^, \o (so», v 

h) as ol): ci' »•*). 

bohren (to Um'), bcfo'tiUn i 

c> as 99' 'i'oot ilxviti, -If . .!"•:-. «oi>4 (mas). 
ill as QU and foil in wi.nis fnnn tbr Frmch; 
Siuicf, ^Mrtti'Tii", *'; 

e) as OlD in: x' 

:i tUiserve the ditTereno» in lh#> vow«'l-«o«nd» of: 
j K not and G ".•; ■ 

I -rot r • 

! n ««t 

I , lo.t ,.•; : .. ■ '^ 

„ nvi.M.i ..;.. '.; 

1. Notice the ditfiTeitrv in incaniuit and »pi-IUntf 
(toi;ether «i' 
(t cole 
, bok (fetcIO 
, Ibfri'^Kohrhl.i. k m.iu 

5. This () m.nrs «/m»,' i n «j|- 
lahh»s of a few lorx<iin « '«*• 
(gohlet\ iVfrj'l (nutrality), i.irjiij'c 



»<IIX< -T «I' 



Like the n|i«n \ 

I In |: ' 

must. .IS t' 
the lips hy 
sanje time 
the open «> 



tfp*'M O 

id iu I- 1 



sciai 



Af 



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Short Guide to German Pronunciation. 



approaches the sound of a in 6. Sftffe. Indeed, to a 
German ear, E. mossy and G. 'iJiafio, E. donkey and 
G. banfe would appear almost identical. 

2. Open occurs in G. only as a short vowel, 
and generally in closed syllables: fofte (taste), S)onnfr 
(thiui(ler), 3ionc (horses), borqi' (borrow), Äiiopf (button), 
»oU (full), aSolf (wolf), ob (whether), oon (from). 

Some participles have the same short o-sound: 
gcbredjcn (l)roken), (ici"pvDcf)en (spoken), gofBd;ten (fought), 
gcjd^Dltcu (scolded), gciüBrfcn (thrown), &c. 

3. The same o occurs in a few words borrowed 
from the French: 23rcic{)c (brooch), Sbrgne'tte (eye-glass). 

4. Notice the difference in meaning (determined 
by the dilference of the o-sounds) in the following 
pairs of G. homographs: 

G. 9icft (gridiron) and Slcft (rust), 
„ (sdic^ (lap) „ @ci)D§ (sprout), 

„ 5-1Ö& (raft) „ flo^ (flowed). 

Close u. 
Like the French ou in mo«. 

1. The tongue, with its point downwards, rolls 
itself still further back, its top reaching to the arches 
of the palate, while the whole of it is right away from 
the front teeth. Lips with narrow opening and well 
rounded. The sound uttered would be the equivalent 
of 00 in food, if the E. vowel were of a uniform 
quality throughout. The second position of the lips 
must again be carefully guarded against by the E. 
student. Also before r, as in nur, fuf)r, it must not 
deviate into the vowel-sound of E. jottr, s?/re, poor. 

In accented syllables it is always long. 

2. It is found long: 

a) as u in: glut (flood), ^flug (plough), U'rfuube 
(deed), 3lufe (soot), 311 (to), 311'mad^eti (to fasten up), nun 
(now), tiw (thou), iöiid^ (book), ^Ratu'r (nature). 

b) as lift in: 3luf)m (glory), ©tul)I (chair), ©d^uf) 
(shoe), 3iiif;e (rest). 

c) as oil in words from the French: ©our (court- 
ship), Jour (excursion), Sltini't (trump -card) [the t at 
the end is not sounded!]. 

In 23luie, the French ou has been changed into u. 



3. The pronunciation of the following pairs is 
identical: 

(ber) Ur (ure-ox) and (bte) U^r (watch), 
"Sinti (rod) „ rul)te (was resting), 

©our (courtship) „ Äur (cure). 

4. The same u occurs short in open, unaccented 
syllables, especially of foreign words: 9Jlri[i'f (music), 
Äüri'er (courier), ^uiue'I (jewel), §ü)a'r (hussar), ©oüDer* 
na'iite (governess). 

Open u. 

Like French ou in bo?/ffe, co?/rse. 

1. In proceeding from the previous u-sound to this 
vowel, we must again depress the lower jaw, and 
thus effect a wider opening of the lips which are still 
kept rounded, and a corresponding lowering and flat- 
tening of the tongue. The nearest equivalent in E. is 
the vowel in foot, cowld, p7/t; but we must again be- 
ware of the diphthongal quality of the E. vowel. 

This vowel-sound occurs only short, and generally 
in closed syllables. 

The two u- sounds are described in phonology as 
high-back vowels. 

2. It occurs in the orthographic forms: 

a) of U in: 33ru[l (breast), furj (short), urn (around), 
sum (to the), ntunter (cheerful), ©enu'fs (enjoyment), 
3Kir'ofeI (muscle). 

b) of OU in words from the French: S^ournü're 
(genteel manner). 

Some French loan-words have adopted u : ©ruppe 
(group), Sruppe (troop). 

3. Distinguish the two u-sounds in: 

G. 9Jluö (stewed fruit) and mü| (must), 
„ fluent (curses) „ glückt (flight), 

„ fud^t (seeks) „ ©ud^t (desire), 

also in: 

"^v!^ (foot) and 5fü|i (river), 

@rü^ (greeting) „ ©of; (shower), 
SlS^ (soot) „ Äü^ (kiss). 

4. Compare the following: 

E. club and G. ^füb, 
„ subject „ „ ©ubie'ft, 
„ muse „ „ ÜKüfe. 



III. Diphthongs. 



at, et. 

Resembling the E. vowel in bght, mme. 

1. In the G. diphthong, the weight rests more 
upon the first, in the E. more upon the second part 
of the vowel. The G. starts from a pure a, the E. 
from a sound akin to that of u in hui or in not. 

In some G. dialects, especially of the South, the 
sound is almost identical with that of the diphthongized 
a in lc?te, fame of the South of England. 

2. In G. orthography, it appears: 

a) as ei in: mein (my), geit (time), @t (egg), bxei 
(three), GScier (vulture). 

b) as oi in: §aiu (grove), Äaifer (emperor), Sai 
(bay), 2aie (layman). 

In naiu (ingenuous), the full vowel-sound is given 
to the /', not the a. 

c) as tttj, ft) in names: SSnpern (Bavaria), 6ei)'Ion. 

d) asei^in: U\\)i (lends), raeifjt (dedicates), 3?ei^er 
(heron). 

3. The following, though phonetically alike, differ 
both in spelling and meaning: 

Saif' (loaf^ and Setb (body), 

Saite (chord) ^ ©cite (side), 

aitaiii (name of G. river) „ mein (my), 
Sßaiie (orphan) „ Sffieije (tune), 

3f{ain (slope, bank), Sflfjetn (Rhine), and rein (pure) 
Also: reifte (arranged) and reite (ride), 
jei^t (accuses) „ 3eit (time). 

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ätt, eu. 

\. This diphthong is generally described as iden- 
tical with E. oy, oi in boj», coj-, lo/ter. But the G. 
diphthong requires rounding of the lips, and would 
appear to have for its first element, in the best pro- 
nunciation, the Ö of fonnte, and for its second a short 
ti. There are several dialectal varieties. 

2. It appears in spelling: 

a) as mutation or modified ttu in: §äute (hides), 
tranter (herbs), ©äue (swine), Snumtein (little tree). 

b) as fu in: l^eute (to-day), Steue (repentance), 
.©liter (udder), §eu (hay), Seutnaut (lieutenant). 

3. In loan-words in ällin and cum, as ^I'^ifa'»'" 
(jubilee), 3}liife'um (museum), the two vowels (ä and u, 
e and u) have to be pronounced separately. 

4. Notice the difference in meaning and spelling 
(together with identity in sound) of: 

bläuen (to blue) and bleuen (to beat), 

gräulicf) (greyish) „ greulich (awful), 

§äute (hides) „ f;cute (to-day), 

läute (ring the bell) „ Seute (people). 

au. 

Resembling E. ou in bowse. 
1. In comparing G. VkW with E. ou in ho«se, 
sownd, we find that the opening of the lips and the 
throat in G. is much larger, and that the tongue is 



Short Guide to (««'rinaii I'rununriation. 



lower and flatter than in E. The initial clrment 
should he dccideiiiy :i [iiiro (i. a, and not tht- K. vuwel 
in not or h//t or hat. 

2. Its spelling; is Ki-n<Tally ail, ranly aufi, as in: 
J^raii (woniaiu, baue (liiiild), IJliiöic'iii (Hudicncc), ÄriVtii;i 
(Cracow , rmil) (roiinh). 

Sovcral otlior di|ihtliongs may he found in im- 
ported words, names, &c.: 

a) O'Vench) oi. 'I'he first diphthonpai eh-ment in 
0. is (in the liest I'reiieh it is the u-souiid of fo//), 
the seeniid n, as in: loilcttc (toilet). Gomptoir (office) 
is often spelt Äonto'r. 



b) to, .i-^ 111. .""^ • - - "' 

C) ffl, as in: L .:.: ' .■ \ft]. 

d) no, as in: ^a'nuor (January), Ita' vt- 
wary). 

e) Several i-dip'*' •-' " •'- * 

oft£;n lose their ili|il 

the I approarhinj? the tj. o>tis<>UiUii y in ,viini. vrt 
Kxamples: 

auia'm (alliance) trabitio'n ftrndi-ionl 
@ra'jtr ((fran«) o'n»io'<} '.} 

Ö^miia'l'ium (grnmmar-s< nn-n, 



IV. Nasal vowels. 



These are to he met with only in words imported 
from the Kreuch, such us: 

lEOiinco, 9llncll^l■nu"nt, ^<oint, ^ago'ii, ^Uubo'n, Gbiimbrc, 
and arc pronnnnred hy ^ood speakers as in rremh, 
hut alw;iys hm;;. The iKisality of tlie vowel is not 
atlaiiiahlc, however, without coiiaideralile practice. The 
uvula has to he dropped so as to allow the nose to 
serve as a second resonance-chaniher. Careless speak- 



ers neglect this, anri Kiilistitute the nasal cnn4<inant 
n,i! in long, so that ^arbon liccnmes pardi.'n.;. Tlii-. 
fault is very common in North (Jt r ' ' '' 

he avoided. In some of these loan- ■ 
^loftillo'ii, tlie 11 is now geiier.illy i 
correspondini; K. wonls h.itt.ili<>n. p; ,, 
onlv the first n has remained nasal 



V. Consonanls. 



1. According to their o;7/,w//, tlioy may Ik>: lip-con- 
sonants: p, h, m, f, v (ü. lo); point -and-teeth con- 
sonants: t, d, n, 8, sh (0. id)), r, 1; front-and-hack 
consonants: k, several g's, ng, G. ich- and ach-sounds, itc. 

2. According to their tiiode of formation , they 
may he divided into: stops or shut consonants which 
close the oral passage; to the hreath or voice: j), h, in, t, 
d, n, k, g, ng, Ac, and continuants or central consonants 
which leave a narrow central groove between the 
tongue ami the palate: f, v, s, sh, r, 1, G. ich- and 
ach-sounds, (fee. 

3. Sharp or voiceless conso)ianls (n, f, t, k, itc.) 
are pronoiinced with more vigour than Jiat or voiced 
consonants (h, v, d, g, \'c.). 



More dental than K. /. 

1. In pronouncing G. I, we must hring the tip ol" 
the toniiue nearer the upper gums than in K , and 
not arch the hack of the tongue as in Iv 

2. In spelling, it is found as I and 11: X;ol)n ^re 
ward), uii'l (much), fait (cold), all (all), .^iiUc (hall). 

:{ 111 words, like Isabel (fahle), ^Jöbcl (furniture), 
we may either, hy skipping the i", make the I a sepa- 
rate syllahle [iab.l, iiiiU).!], or, in slnwer speech, souiul 
hoth the vowel and the cousoiutnt [fa'-b'l, mj'-b'l]. 

4. The II (the 'I mouillt'') in words from the French, 
such as *•i*ilhn^, tUiftilloii, 'i^atdilloii, is ordi;iarilv pro 
nounccd likf /v in Iv hii/nird 



The same humming sound as in K. tnwm. 

1. Kxamples: Weub (moon), ihm (to him), ^immfl 
(heaven). Viiiiim ^lamh) 

'i. The tn in the Kreuch loan-words (Shampiuini-r 

(champagne), (5l)inmMiiitiMi, ami ot! . , 

chaiacler; itretain>< it in t5luiinlni' n 

M. 

Like K. n in »ow. 

1. Kxamples: iuil)nt (took), ol)uc ^without\ Raiuxt 
(jug), .niiib (child) 

2. In pronoiiiiciiig hiil>rii, ralcn, we may either 
skip the r, and voice It us n separat* syll.khle [bot' il, 
vat.it), or we may, in slow spfccli, sound both iha 
vowel and coosouaut [b>«-^'ii ii ' nj. 



3. See alioiit nasal u in "IV. Nasal v- 

4. In G. flu and fn, the (| and f are n! 

(Mnoin (gnomei. Ante (kneel. I'he Kp' 
rowed words, such as C5i)iiiiac iKn'iich br.i.... 
(eye-glass), is pronoiuiced as in Kreuch, or 
in la>nard. See also the next paragraph. 



■•»r- 
tti- 

»IV 



Hg, nk. 

1. The final consonants in K. lo/i^', \\\jink are tho 
same as those in G. land, Jiinf '• • ' ' ■ 
many the final nfl of liiii;; is x 

nounced like nf. This shouhl U'-t 

K. student. .Mso the c«mson.uit ii.,; ... .. 

longer is not allowed in G. Only in l.atin 

like longns. Imp -f. 

On the It ,ipi nritn'r 
like Äigno'l, 'ft'rtuC'E*, ^önoitiffr. .^^.uHira'nl, ni.- 

the t;n is sounded ' ' ■ ■ ■ ' 

2. Kxamples: A , ■ ■ (sinirfr'. tST:.ifr 
(louder), fpriuito (leap), Vlii.','! aiixu-lv , r •. 

fninf (ill), triud't (drinkest). 



1. The G r i.- 
and loosely suppoii. ., 
its tip is made to vihra 
hreathii' i. 

I'll in Grrmanr, .»• in Kngliind. \ ttcv 
many local and iudividu.il r^i. Th« K. 
fa;, further ! . -....• „ 

mended ,<• i*T 

initi.il, hr 

Kreuch. ...,.„. •'■ 

guttural r it. I 

and the ' itu '^u >lu \.: 
fire wii 

The Iv student »hould ei, 

. I . .1. . •:.. ,1 1 .. 

lik'r 

aud to n-il ilio '. - i«««' «i«» 
.» 1- t . ■ 1 

titii 
(vcryi, 

s. »- 

. ImuV hMft, 

Arm. 



— 5 — 



Short (Juide to German Pronunciation. 



G. ©ürtel and E. girdle, 

„ . ^ei't'e „ „ herd, 

paying due heed to tlie differences, not only in the r, 

but also in the vowel-sounds. 



In G., as in E., we find a sharp hissing s, and a 
flat buzzing s. 

1. The sharp s is the same as in sun, sing, and 
in a55, mo55. In G. it is met with chiefly before 
other consonants, and at the end of words. 

In spelling, it appears: 

a) as Ö or I in: 3!)ia5fc (mask), Anofpe (bud), §ü[teu 
(cough), alö (when), una (us), abeube (in the evening), 
auö (out of), UUT5 (what). 

b) as fj in: Inffe (let), 9JJäffc (mass), ©rf^uffe (shots). 

c) as fe (in the Latin alphabet often denoted by fs): 
^fijj (kiss), @rü[; (greeting), grc^ (great). 

d) as c, c in words from the French: aüanctercn 
(to advance), ?yn^-ou (fashion). 

2. A G. spelling rule requires that, between vowels, 
ß can be used only when the preceding vowel is long. 

Thus we distinguish: 
SlJätJe (measures) from 9JJäffe (mass), 
®^?|e (coat-tails) „ fdjoffc (might shoot), 
rüfeig (sooty) „ rüjftid^ (Russian). 

Thus Äu|5 becomes in the plural Äflffe, 
« ®i"'iB „ „ „ „ ©rufic. 

Notice also the following distinctions: 
3tö (ace) [with short a!] and S^ (ate), 
baö (the, neuter article) and bäfe (that, conjunction) 
[baö and ta^ are phonetically the same]. 
21Ö becomes in the plural ^^Iffc (aces), 
ä^ „ „ „ „ a^cn (were eating). 

3. The flat s resembles the 'buzzes' in E. ^one, 
bee5, rose. It is found chiefly before and between 
vowels. Its only orthographic form (except in a few 
loan-words) is f: ©onne (sun), 3ietjc (journey), ©cmfe 
(chamois), Sinje (lentil). 

4. It should be noticed that G. J (whicli will be 
referred to in another paragraph) is not a flat buzzing 
sound, like the E. s in zone, but a sharp 'hiss' (= 
E. ts). Thus G. 3o"e [t^o'-n"] materially difi"ers from 
its E. homograph zone. Si^i (aim) [which in E. would 
l)e spelt: /seel!] also differs from zeal. 

sch. 

Like the ch in French c//at. 

1. G. f(6 is not an exact equivalent of E. sh. The 
true G. fift requires a puckering and protruding, the 
E. sh only a narrow opening of the lips. G. f(6 is 
uttered with the tongue in an easy central position, 
E. sh with the blade of the tongue retracted, and 
closely approaching the hard palate. 

2. It occurs in the graphic forms: 

a) of f(f) in: fc^arf (sharp), 2l|cf)e (ashes), gleifd^ 
(flesh), jii'cf)! (Iiissesi. 

b) of initial f in the compound letters f)), ft: 
Spcife (food), iprec^cn (to speak), ©tctn (stone). [In 
Hanover, Holstein, &c., initial fp, ft retain the s-soun'd]. 

In a great portion of South Germany, also central 
and final sp and 5/ are pronounced in this manner. 
.\t Stuttgart, .öaipel (reel) is sounded like S;iaid)vd, Saft 
(burdenj like Safdit, and ift (is) like ifcfit. Neither this 
custom nor the opposite one of pronouncing initial sp 
and st in the English (that is, the original Low Ger- 
man) way is to be recommended. 

c) di in words from the French: cljarmicreu (to 
charm), 3(ccourf)eur. 

3. There is a flatter sibilant to be met with in 
words borrowed from the French, as 3om-nal, Sourage. 
Many Germans, however, use their own sharp sibilant 
sch instead of the French /. 



j 4. A few words from the E., such as Gentleman. 

! yockey, are pronounced with the French / of /our, or 
even the sharp G. fd), because the E. j-sound is un- 
known in G. 

5. The sharper fsh, or rather tsc/i is common in 
German: bcntfd; (German), rutjc^e (slither), Äiit)d)c 
(coach). In a few words from the Italian, like Sicero'ne 
(guide), the c is pronounced the same way. 

w. 
I;ike French v in vn, az/oir. 

1. G. M) must, on no account, be pronounced like 
E. iv. It is related to E. v in z/iolet, lat'atory. 

North German U), like E. v, is a lip-and-teetli 
sound, but Middle and South German W is a pure lip- 
sound, or a lip -against- lip continuant, uttered with 
gently closed lips, and without the lower lip touching 
the upper teeth. 

2. In spelling, it occurs: 

a) as to in: 'Ji^affer (water), Söiue (lion). 

b) as Ö in foreign words: Safcli'ue, SSabcme'cum 
(pocket-book), Sclocipc'b (cycle), triuia'I (commonplace). 
In the two Latin loan-wonls Sogt (governor), and 
Sjetlc^en (violet), the v retains its ordinary f-sound. 
Final ti is always pronounced like f: brn» (honest), 
relnti'u (relative). 

c) as U in the compound letter qu (which must 
not be pronounced, like E. qu in quite, with bagging 
of lips): Cluittimg (recei])t), quäle (torment). 

The noun Duciie (cue) which is borrowed from 
the French is jironounced in the French way (fc). Also 
in ©lique, ^Waiquie, SJouquet, the qu as in French, is 
sounded as a t. In Älonfe (drain-pipe) from cloaque, 
and Safoi (lackey) from laquais, the French qu , also 
graphically, has become f. 

p, b. 

1. There is some difference in sound between an 
1']. p and a G. p, an E. b and a G. b. The attack 
on the vowel following these lip-sounds is less clear 
in G., so that an English ear seems to hear p-hein 
and b-hein instead of G. ^eiu (pain) and '-Bcin (leg). 
The final b in words like ab (off), 2)ieb (thief), licb 
(dear), is equivalent to the p in E. lap, keep. Also b 
before t, as in licbt (loves), 2l5t (abbot), vaubt (robs), 
should sound like p in tipt. B before 'ä, as in gsb'o 
(gave it), liebft (lovest), makes the s a sharp 'hiss', and 
sounds like p in caps, lips. 

2. Examples for p : 'Rappel (poplar), jd^icbt (shoves), 
ob (whether), bnb'ö (have it); for b: bebe (quake), S3tbel 
(bible), 3(mbo^ (anvil). 

f, Pf- 

1. The G. f may be pronounced like the E. lip- 
teeth sound / in /or, shi/t, although there is another 
G. f which, like G. ID, does not require the lower liji 
to touch the upper teeth. The labiodental / is very 
generally made use of in uttering pf, a compound letter 
of frequent occurrence in G. In passing from the p- to 
the f- position in ^icv^o (horse), Äopf (head), we should 
slip the lower lip beneath the upper teeth. 

2. The f is graphically expressed: 

a) as f or ff in: fiinf (five), 3lffe (ape), ©rf;iff (ship). 

b) as U in (the German words): uicl (much), SSater 
(father), SSetter (cousin), »ou (of), por (before). 

Also in: ©ubftanti'u (substantive), 2)a'ttt) (dative). 
See previous paragraph on w 2 b. 

c) as pf) and ppl) in words from the Greek: ^[)o= 
togra'p^ (photographer), ^[)0'§p[;or (phosphorus), ^ropf)e't 
(prophet); ©app^o (Sappho). 

Words which are either of German origin, as Sfeu 
(ivy), or which have become thoroughly naturalized, 
like ©lefa'nt (elephant), ©ofa (sofa), are now always 
spelt with f, though they had formerly p^. 3'rumpf 



•i —' 



Short (iiiiili* to <«Rriii(in Proiiiiiiciatiuii. 



(triiinp rard) from Frenrh trioniphn. ami Iriu'mpl) 
(tiiiimiili) from Latin triiiiiiplius are iliffcreiit stagfs of 
th(! sariH! («reck wonl thriainlM)S. 

/, d. 

1. Hrit^liäh / atiil </ are produced iiy pressing the 
point of the tongue ni^ninsl tlir hard f>nlate just Ik-- 
iiind the K*>>>>^; tl'*' ''- t and b, which are true dt-ntals, 
hy pH'ssinj? the upper surfare of the tonj^ue against 
the i;iitns wliih' the under part n-sts aiiaiust the front 
teeth J'he compnmid letters tr, dr, sir can he more 
easily made to trill with the dental t and d. 

The a. tinal b is voiceless, and tlie last letters of 
the G. I'linb have the same ellect on an H. ear as 
tiiose of R len/. A (1. Iieuiuner would itrohahly pro- 
nounce iv cad, fad, nod like cat, fat, not. 

2. In spelling, / occurs: 

a) as t, bt or tt in: tat (did), Tiir (doori, Iranr 
(tear); ©labt (town), labt (invites); rcttc (save). 

h) as t^ in words of forei({u origin: II)i'a'tiT (thea- 
tre), 2l)fOloflrc (divinity). Tbron (throne). 

The sound of K. /// is unknown in (» 

c) as terminal b in: ()cju'nb (soundj. niicb (shunned) 

3. b occurs as initial or central b or Low German 
bb in: ba (there), nifibe (shuni, cbler (ntdder), brci (three); 
fiabberaba'tjd) (hang). 



0. 
Fiike ts in K. ra/5. 

1. Tiie (i. J has a verv <lifVerent jihonetic value 
from K. z. We must rapiilly ])ass the point of the 
ton;^'ue from the uj)per minis to the lower front teeth, 
so that a very sharp hiss (^ ts) may be prodmed. 
This sound is of frniuent occurrence, and shouhl he 
well practised. 

\Ve Ket tlif same sound when tinal S is precedetl 
hy either t or b: l)>U'o (has it), faiib'o (found it). 

2. Its spellings are: 

a) 1, %. H iu: S^d (aim), Aanjtcl (pulpit), .'^i^r 
(heat), ©fivu' (sketch). 

10 ts, hi, m in: 'Jidtohcrr (councillor), lub'd (in- 
vited it), bcö I'ifbcJ of the son^r, litt'v^ (suffered it) 

c) <■ in Latin ami Kreuch words before any front 
vowel: (Siiiar, CScrcmo'nic (ceremony). (Sircula'r, cSiccro. 
JJc'ficit (deficiency). 

This r, except in names, c;ui be spelt as/,: ^nt' 
inonii", ,'^ii[iilar, i>ofiut. 

d) / in the // of Latin and French terminations : 
*t<ropoitii) II (proportion), (ttatio'n (station), ^<nlic'nt (pa- 
tient), nuntia'liid) (martial). 

Like K. i'. g in /riTnel. gii\). 

1. These palatal 'stops' are almost identical with 
the C(Hies|)oiidiiig I'! sounds; hut iu K. ihcy ap|M'ar 
'thicker' because, with iiio.^t Iv speakers, the tongue 
covers a larger portion of the palate 

2. Orthographically f occurs: 

a) as f, rf in: Äiito (chain). Xcdc (co\ei). 

b) lis ( ((c) in foreign words before 0, 0, and be- 
fore other consonants: capiicii)'* (capricious). t5anco'i>t 
(draft), (5 oiuic'it icover). ?lcci'nt (accent 1 ' 
cusative), l5oniiinctto'u (conjunction) ^ \t 
I>;iragrapli on x. 

These words can also lie spelt with f: (aiutuD«, 
Äoiiii-pt, .Uiiiuit, Vlf^ciit, Vlffiiialm, iloniuiiflioi». 

A few other woriN, like tlomtoifii' (courtesy), 
(iouvtijaiif (courtezan), ^Soufi'n (cousin) - borrowetl 
front the Kreuch -- adhere to the r 

c) as (t) in a few fiMiiiro words, m. ' ' 
Greek: (5liavafhv (character), VjliiMna i,. 
lcholr\ (il)vift ^christian). 

See the special paragraph on x. 



3. The initial a in Wah-, Mdo r g 

in t. gale, gird; but in -••■ liirUoi.N .... . njr. 

the y -sound in ^et u 'ed for it. »o that in 

Berlin, for instance mds like \»l. 

In spillin;{. it < 

a) by % or (Low > . gr«^ 
(great); baggern (to dreii.. . ., 

b) liy a central g. mostly ii. lu 
(lagoon). '.^atiatc'Ue (trifle), jlon^u ^ ,,coit,;rt^;. 

X. 

Like .V in K txi. 

1. Only the shar|MT x sound (— ks) \% knovn in 
G. phonetics. 

2. Its graphic forms .ire: 

a) I iu fcireign worils like: .li)lograpi)i'e (xylography), 
(S?a'iiicn lexainination). la? (lax). 

b) d)9 iu words of G. ori '•" • ?!i^f>i<-t '«1i.. it,l..r" 
Gibfd)jc (li/.ird), Alfri)ic (sinew t, C 

I'lK^o (lynx " ■ ^.i"(t)üici \turucr>. 

fl« in: . 

c) ft liefore t in foreign words: '? 

©fftio'n (section), I'cffto'n (lecture). 2'-' .u.u., 

^unftto'u I function). .<toniiin(tio'n (c' 

The ich-souttii and G. j (vot). 

1. To pronounce id) correctly, sha|>e the mouih 
for the consonant y in .vear, hue — which is the 
nearest eijuivalent to G. j — and then sharpen the 
feeble buzz by pressing the point of the tongue against 
the lower front -teeth. Heu'inners should gu«ird against 
the faulty sounds of its, ish. 

2. The ich-sound is met with: 

a) as initi.il d) in wnnl i^n origm. circuit e 
(chemistry), lihiiui, Ciliavoit, .m. 

b) OS central or terminal d) in words of G. origin 
after consonants and front vowel- ■' • ' •• -^ • id) 
I), rcdjt (right), fi^i'r (sure), u: tK 
(curses), I'olt^ (dagger), roicl) (rich.. 

c) as terminal ß after consonant 

Xal^i (tallow I, '^«xo, (mountain). 9.x\<^ w.ir>, König 
(king), '.llU'ii (way). tru()' (might bear), 109' (might 
draw), ^twi^ stuff). 

:t. The j-sotind (yot sound) occurs 

a) a-s I in: jj (yes), jir 
jebcd ^aljr (e.ich year), O' 
exult), ~i*aji)iif'tt (baycmet) 

b) as Q in some fon'ign words: ^)onfrc. 
Mopalt'i't. 

c) in Kreuch words with the "l w tu 
Kreuch and It.di.tn words with j:»; "\\ 
Sorgno'n (eye-glass), <2ii)ito'ra 

7'/r<- iiih-sound and lentral g. 

1 The ach-sound (which is rourb l»o^ in Scot* 
' lan.l • ^ »H'twiN ' ' • • ■' • 

the In p.i^ 

I in 'ich' to the "back coniinu.u. 

retln*s from the hard y'"<' 

flattened p<<si;i,>ii, iin |. \\m 

If U I'M , ,>l 

Vowel, !• < isle-. 

is formiMi at a somewhat lowrr point ol tli» (»It |>aUt« 
than after a or » 

t'ontnil c alter Ivick 'vowvla <a, o, u> U liw lUU 
ami voiitsl id Wo \\\.\: ,;>pQil* 

tion in •• •'" '> '<>'>i»en :.. « th<' 

|Mila(p, Ain of air t>' 

2. lb. 

a) ft» (t -. ■ . •'*' 'iBiki*4V n*A 
fyrO. fiiAc ytiffk). .' 

b) a» terni i>4CK Tjmt». i.^ .'Jj»J!, 
bo^l (Iteno. •■.-! Mtft (torit thfOaV. 

In Ixxh frnnt and back 

I roweU. ; m... «) - . . .- ,.~. i. 



Short Guide to German Pronunciation. 



3. The flat central g-sound after back vowels 
is found in: Jage (days), 33ogen (arc), trugen (^were 
carrying), Slugcii (eyes). 

4. Central g after consonattts and front vowels 
may be either the consonant y in ^ell, distinctly 
buzzed, or the id[)-soiind, the latter especially in the 
South-West of Germany. The best pronunciation lies 
somewhere between the two. 

Examples: ^iiigicn (Belgium), Serge (mountains), 
lege (lay), biege (bend), 3"Se (trains), jöge (might pull). 

h. 

1. Like h in E. Äome, Mil, strongly breathed. 
This is the pure aspirate, or breath without voice. 
The 6. 1Ö requires more vigorous breathing than an 
E. h. The "dropping" of the h is seldom met with 
in Germany. But neither a central h between two 
vowels, as in ru^en (to rest), leit)en (to lend), nor a 
terminal f), as in raiiF), should be heard. 

The Gr. {\ is largely employed in spelling to in- 
dicate length of vowel: i^n (him), SSii^nc (stage), of)ne 
(without), 'Si\i\)m (glory). 



2. The terminal inaudible l^ of stems, like brol)*en 
(to threaten), frot) (glad), is retained before inflec- 
tional and other syllables: broI)te (threatened), fröl)Iicl^ 
(merry); but not before l^eit: §o^ett (highness) from 
stem l)o£)s; 3taul)eit (roughness) from raut); Jlolieit 
(rudeness) from rof). 



Glottid before vowels. 

By tightly compressing the vocal chords, and then 
with a sudden effort reopening the glottis, we shall 
produce a kind of 'puff' which is called a check glottid 
or glottal stop. It is heard in: rote „al)nte" er eö? 
(how did he surmise it?) In G. it is much used to 
prevent a consonant from gliding on to a following 
vowel. Thus un=ab=änberltci^ (unchangeable) is spoken 
in three distinct sections, with a check after „un" 
and „ah". In S5or=abenl) (eve), there is a distinct stop 
between the r and the tt. Only short words, such as 
an in greipan, baran, ou8 in oorauä, er in ^at'er, eg 
in ift^eö, iiiö in benf'"ic^, &c. often allow the glide, 
and dispense with the glottid. 



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Das tDicbticjfte 



über bic 



ncucftc önitfdjt 'Kcdjtfrijrcilnnuv 



23ei bcr .t<crftcfliing bed bcittfcfi^cncilifcftcn Teilet 
unfcvcö aJJiirct 3aiiberö'ff^i"n 5l>ürtcibuf()c(( Ijicitcn loir 
uni in ^•fiuicit bcr 3Rod)tlcf)rcilJuiU3 au ba^ ISSÜ bei 
SSJcibmauii in '-ücrliii crj(l)ieiienc i»citcl)cn „JU-flolii iiiib 
3Böitcrüericid)uiö für bic bculi(l)c SJcdjtidjrcibmifl'', 
ba<J im 3luftraflC bcö praifeifdjcn Äultnominiftcriiiiiio 
Ocrüiiotiegi-bi'u luurbc. ;;\iMiui)il)cn (IdUl) l)Cibi\i fid) 
ttlle bcut)d)ii'bi'nbcii Staaten, mit (Sin)d)luB uon 
Öflerrcid) unb bcr Sd)iucij, unter 3lufiial)me einiger 
ficincn Sinbcniiuicu in Sadjcu bcr iHcd)t|d)reibunii 
flccinii^t. dJJüifcn mir and) uorliiufiii barauf ocriidjtcn, 
unjcr '-JUid) nad) bicfcn neuen iHciieln umzuarbeiten, 
fo fllauben mir bod) bcn Mäufern be<J Werfet baö 
lkJe|entlid)flc baraufl nidjt uorenthalteu ju foQcn. 

i) 1. If^iii.^cliic it^iidii'iabcu. 

iff. — t[) mivb in bcut)d)cn 'Wortern uidjt 

mehr flefd)rieben : j.3i «liite, Wut, 3iat, rot, Zaxt 

(bao u. ber), Jeit, Xier, tor (bcr u. baö), tron, 
Xräne, tun, liir, 'Wert u. o. 

'Mnm. 1. Tb >>rcmbmörter mit tl) ncfdjricben 
ntc^^ell, blinkt iioii ihrer \^erf^llft ab: ^"uher, Ihfff, lljron; 
ober: \>i)iuiteiiu|e, 'JJiDite. 

'}lnm. 'J. .^n i!itKmumien briitfdieii Urfpnmti^ 
friniiiiiiff bic «direibiiMti: Jhcobal^, Hothiir, l^'athilbr, 
Jhiiiiiirtcn; (.«unlihler, milllhjer, 'i<crta, »l^crtolb. 

f unb pff, — f fleht in urfpritni^Iid) beut|d)eu 
^lUHtern unb in oollia cinflcbiir*icrten |5'ri''"t> 
mortem: L^lcfant, vSofa, Ij'feu; miihrcnb ph nur m 
^rembnunlern (Kid)rieben luivb: '^iholOiVaphie. 'V'iH'het, 
*|(hilipp (in cubbeutfdjlanb aber fdiieibt nun» jd^ou 
lautu' biefe ^Ui^rter mie im 3lalienifd)en mit f). ^n 
beutfd)cn tilgen namen ifl ftetvs f jn fd)reibeu: 
«bolf, ;)hiboIf, Wcllfalen. 

f fleht fieto vor cniem jur <£tammfilbe iKhi^ri^ieit P- 
(pielen, ilnofpc, 'Wefpe. 

'Jtiim. I. 9t\ .U'iiniortcni, ^frcM «2tomm auf fuicn 
i^'l'aiit (f, fi, ff, !>■ V- >> aufzieht, mir? uoii ?cr Cii?iiii(i 
f ft bcr 2. 'IJcrfoii, fobalb fic bo» r ucrhcrt, aiid) ?a# f au» 
rtcliififii: ^u licfcft — bii licit, bu rnitcit - i">ii rciHt 

'?him. 'J. »I'ei ?cr sJtcirtCfu'm i'»"' \ 

mortcni, ?ic auf cnicii v2 A'aiit aii#);chcM, !>• .( 

Dollc >\orm: hcificftc, fupcftc; aii»t)Ciiommcn : \\{i>r>i< 
mib bcftc. 

^11 m. ;V *Pci bcn auf fit) aiif(\clwii?cn ;?tammcii bcb»»ll 
man in ?cn ocrfur^tcii »variiifn ?a* f ^ ' : ^H 

iia(itlHiia|»t)(cJ|t, t>ii luafiljft, bcr uain;.:.;;. .u,f)|lfl 



d ficht nur im ^uölaut, iu<}befonb«rc oQcr GnbOM 
flcn, and) ber iJtadjfilbe -niö: SV ' '"' — 

unb in .•^ufainmenfc^juniien: . . tag. 

^ fleht im ^nlaut nur nad) langem celoiiiaut: 
reificn, C^rüfje, iJJafje, cd)üfie; unb im iluolaut 
aller ctammfilben, bic im ^^nlaut mit § ober ff (nac^ 
fiirjen celbflUuiten) ju id)reiben finM r»»nif(. Üta^ 
cd)oft (J<o(ffd)OH), jeneißt; ."vluB, £">aB, cAIob, cäfo^ 
f,>3olI, junflcr Jrieb), boouBt; beinnad) and) in bfr 
'■Üorfilbe mifi: l'Jifjbraud), mitiad)ten. (IW-rfe ab«: 
beö, n)e<J [troU bei'fen, iueiien|. beohalb. ln^^•<^. airt > 

§2. iöe,^cirt)uiini} bcr ijür^c u. ^äuflc bcr 3(lb|ilaiitc. 

I. Tic .Uiir,\c bed t2elbftlaute«3 roirb überhaupt 
nur in betonten oilbcn, bie nur auf einen IKitlaut 
auoi^ehen, be,u'id)iu't, unb \n\n " ppelung 

biefed iJJillaute'j: fallen, fallt. > . t)annrT. 

trittft, am fd)Iatfften. 

5{ur einfad) fd)reibt man ben IVitlaut: 

a) in einfilbiiicn, i^'ioohnlul) idnoad) betontrn 
"Wbrtdjen, iine: an, hin. ipad. be*. ii'e\->; bdtiegru: 
bann, benn, luann, menn; 

b) in bem '^efiimmuniioiport ciniflcr ,S"fömm*n 
fefuniien, ba-J felbftanbiii in b " i<>t 
)nehr ooifommt: tkom . Vt: "cr 
Tamioilb, verberge, v*'""H"". '-' 

c) in bem crflen Xeil bcr ^u ..,.., ^... ....... 

bcnnod), Tritteil unb IKittaa. 

?tnm "Willi) in aii?crr 
bcrfclbc IVitlaut breimal ; 
ift c# \ulafrirt, ihn nur juKtmal «u \t^»: V 

«d)iffahrt, i£ ' " • ' ' " ' — n^» :.v5v.i-i 

man: 'I^rciiii ; ' 

*JJur im ..^nlaut irt)ieil't Juan ts-n bop^rlt 

bei ^tadjfilben mit bem ''Jcbenton. loic i .. . •ir«). 

niö ( niiiV^, .a« ( äffe», utf i uffe»- — 



i»l 



bic ^U'rboppclunii bei ^kktutiaam. Oibam. ^il« 
flriin: " .nc^. ^.'^^i^nl•. Vilttnmctt 

II. . l iiirtC b»'. J'i'vter ll'lT^ m«ft ni^t If« 

fonberO tn-jieirtjnct, it io«> fir 

lebod) a) bii! •' "■>— ^'-f M bH > 

hinter bcn J «i *<* 

eel. 

a ^ tn i: ■' bcrtfAm 

Worten» m. e» 

?uir bie (\ u i ir i' i i \ i iii.i iii.il .c . »w 

?\<orler >><iel. ,"\teanin. iBibcr, t^ 

l,)n»»c^ I oonc lenrt «. ^ «^.^Mtn« 

:>i:itniun0 tlcibt Ml JMn.w bc* t fc» 



1)av aBicfjtigftc über bie ncucftc bcutjdjc iJiccfjtjc^rctfiung. 



S)ic 3citiuLn-tei- auf tercn itnb ftctö mit ic ju 
fcf)vciben. 

i)l II 111. Sic ill fiiui, fliiu], l)iim M't ""fl) fl'^ Ö'^'f*- 
gibt 511 frf)icibcii, U'o bii§ i bulb liiiui, Imlb fiu'J 
niiJtjcfpro.licii luii'b. 
bi Gin 3^el)lu^ngö=l) flefjt nur in Stammsilben, bie 
an\ I, m, n ober r auclauten: 9JJa()[, ©of)Ie, 
9}JiiI)Ic; £cl)m, 3h:[)m; §al)n, <So\)n, fül;n; @e= 
fabv, aScf)r, DI)V, äet)rcn, fii()rcn. 

■Jill in. *or bcr ^lodifilbc beit föflt baS J^djming^4) 
fort: vcilicit, JKniibeit, JUobcit.^ 
c) 3n cini^on Süortcrn luirb bie Sänge bcö 55otalQ 
buret) SBerboppchtng bcQicIbcn bcäcid)nct: ipaar, 
«Paar, ®anl (::D{eI)rs. Sole), ®aat; a3ccre, Alee, 
9{eebe (ob. 3U;ebe), 2;cer; Soote, 3Jioor, 9J«ooä n. a. 

§ 3. OJrofjc uttb Keine 5titfong§b«d^ftnl)cit. 

I. 9JIit gvofjcju 2[nfang'jburf)ftaben lucrben aii^cr 
ben eigcutlid)en i^auptmijrtcrn gefd)ricbcn: 

a) Si^ortcr aller 2ht bie aid 5;» a up tiu ort er ge-- 
braud)t werben: ©uteö unb Sööfeci, baö 9Jid)t5, 
jebem baö Seine, baö Sefen, mit ^agen; inö= 
befonbere and) bie Gigenfdjaftömorter in Ser= 
binbung mit etroaö, üiel, nid)tö u. a. : eticaö 
Sd)i3neei, okl S[ßid)tigeei, nidjtö 5Jeueö. 

b) Gigenfd)afteiüörter, ^üriuörter unb Drb^ 
nu ngQän{)Ien al5 j;cile non 3;iteln xmb 9iamen: 
ber 9ÖirfIid)e ©efjcimc Stat, bie 6äd)fifd)e odjmeiä, 
M^ Sote meev, Seine 9Jlajeftät, g-riebric^ ber 
3n)eite, Hart ber ©rofse. 

c) bie uon ^erf onennamen abgeleiteten (5tgen = 
fc^aftöiüiirter: ®d)itlerfd)e STrauerfpicle, bie 
@riminfd)cn 5Jförd)en. Sllö ©attungöbegriffe merben 
fie jebod) flein gefd)rieben: bie lutl)erifd)c Äird)e. 

II. 3)Jit fletiic« 2(nfttngcibud)ftnben fd)reibt mnn: 

1. bie Hauptwörter, wenn fie gebraud)t werben 

a) nlö SJerl^ältniäroörter: banf, bet)ufö, in= 
folge; 

b) ttl5 Söinbewörter: fallä; 

c) als nnbeftimmte 3cif)liuöi"ter: ein bi^d^en, 
ein paar (= einige; aber ein ^aar [= äwcij 
©c^ube) ; 

d) als Um ft anb§ Wörter: anfangt, unterwegct, 
morgen; 2 

e) als Xeile »on Si^itwörtern: not tun, 
feinb fein, fjaus{)alten, teilljaben, ftattfinben. 
(T^agegen: Gr l)at feinen 2;eil an mir; es 
finbct eine gute Statt.'*) 

2. bie »on Crts^ unb Sßoltsnamen abgeleiteten 
Gtgenfc^aftöwörter auf ifdj: bie römifc^en 
Äaifer, bie preußifctien 5lönige (»gl. aber bie 
©ädifüc^c ®d)wetj unter §3, 1 b). dagegen 
weröen bie ©igenfc^aftswörter auf er grof gc= 
fdjrieben: Grlanger S3icr, Sdiweijer SMfe. 

3. aiie'^üt' unt ^al)\m'öTtcv: niemaub, ber näms 
lic^e, ein jeber, bie übrigen, baö meifte, alle beibe. 

4. Gigenfdjafts: unb Umftanbswörter in 38cr = 
bi Übungen wie: bes weiteren, am beftcn, aufs 
äußcrfte, ber crftc bcfte, alles möglid^e, um ein 
beträd)tlid)es, arm unb rcic§, ben füräcren äicl)en. 
(Tagegen: Gr ift ouf baö älu^erfte gefafst. Gä 
fct)lt am Soften.) 

§ 4. Tic ©ilbentrenitung. 

2Jlan trennt bie Silben im allgemeinen fo, wie 
mau fie beim Sprecf)en trennt (nad) Spred;filben). 

1 ?3ei ber Ireitmiiig biefcr SBörter tritt ha& fort= 
gefüflciic t) felbftoerftiiiiblid) wicbcr ein: 5Raiil)=ljcit, 9{oI)= 
licit. Gbeiifo ift bei ber ireiimnig bie Srijrcibimg: bciiii= 
iiorf), I^ritt4cil üor-,u5iel}cn. — S3gl. § 2, I c, ?lnni. 

^ S^od) ift 9)?orgcii$ unb morgen* geftattet. 

3 hierbei ift j^iiweilen fogor eine brcifarfje Sr^rcibiiug 
erlaubt, j.©. 3U (Sriinbc, ju grunbe ober jugruiibe gcljcii. 



1. 33ei einfad^en SBörtern fommt ein e inj ein er 
SU it laut auf bie näd)fte 3'-''''^: trc^ten, nä4;en. 

'Ülniii. ri), fd), p, ft, pt), tlj gelten uiii' für einen 
ßaut: S3ii'd;er, C^i-frfK^ So=p[)ie, f^a=ti)olit. 

Sßon mel)reren äJiitlauten fommt ber le^te auf 
bie folgenbe Qdk: 2ln4er, 5lnof=pe, fämp^fcn (aber: 
t(tmpf4e), fratijen (aber: fra§=te), Stäb=te, Sanften, 
ermittele, äitt=re, forb=re. 

2. 3"fit""if "flf fß^te Sßörter finb nac^ i^ren 
33cftanbteilcn jn trennen: Siens^tag, Gmp=fang§=an= 
äei:ge; I)ier=auf, warntm. 

3. ^n einfachen 5i^<^i^i'"'örtern fc^reibt man 
bie Sßerbinbungen »on b, p, b, t, g, f mit l ober r 
auf bie folgenbe Qdk: ^u:blitum, 2Jfe:trum, Qua=brat. 

§ 5. Jier SBiiibeftri^. 

Ser SBinbeftricb wirb nur in fonft unüberficbt = 
lidien 3"f''"i""''"fi^Öi"'3cii gebraucht: §aftpflic^t;58er= 
fid)erungsgefc[lfd)aft; aufeerbem wenn eö bie 2)eut = 
lidjteit ber Sdjrtft erforbert: Sdjlufe^s, ^:^untt, 
3l:3)ur u. a. 

§ 6. To§ 3(u§{offuHg§äcic^eJt. 

Gin 2(uölaffung55eid)en wirb bann gefefet, wenn 
Saute, bie gewöljulid) ju fpred)en finb, beim Spredien 
ober Sd)reiben ausfallen: Ijcil'ge 5Iad)t, ift's, geljt'g. 

Sßerben ©efdjledjtswörter mit ^räpofitionen 
uerfd;moljcn, fo fällt 'öaS SluslaffungSäeid^en fort: 
anö, burc^ä, beim, uom. 

S)cr 2. '^•all ber Gigennamen erl)ält nur bann 
ein Sluslaffung^jcidjcn, wenn fie auf einen S=Saut 
auögeljcn: Scl)iller'5 unb 0oetl)eä ©ebidjte; aber 33o|' 
Suife, 2)emoftl)eneö' 9{eben. 

§ 7. Tie ®tf)rcibung ber grembhiörter. 

diejenigen ^'^''^mbwörter, wcld^e unbcutfc^e Saute 
entl)alten, bet)alten meift il)re frembe ©djreibweife; 
fonft werben fie üielfad) nad) beutfdjer äöeife ge= 
fd)rieben: Gljef, Sogis, Saloufie, 2lbagio — Slufe 
^affabe, Sd)ofolabe. i 

gür c mit bem ^^Saut wirb in geläufigen gremb; 
Wörtern f gefd)rieben, befonberä wenn fie mit Äo:, 
^oU, Ä'on= u.f.w. beginnen: ^nblifum, faftifd), Äoiu; 
manbcur, 2)iafon. Sinb fie weniger geläufig ober 
l)aben fie unbeutfd)e Saute, fo bleibt baö c: Goiffeur, 
Goupe, Gourage, bennod} aber: ilorpö, ^lompaguie u. a. 

^-ür c mit bem 3=2aut wirb in geläufigen 5i'emb= 
Wörtern 5 gefd)riebeu, cbenfo in ber Gnbung jieren: 
ajJebiäin, Dffiäier, ^oli^ci, ejerjieren, mufiäieren.'-^ ^n 
SBörtern mit einem t mu^ ber Q-'2ant mit j gefdjriebcn 
werben: 5lon3ert, Äru^ifir. 

■ülnm. 3n einigen gricd)ifd)Ci! 5^örtcrii, bie au§ bem 
fiotcinifd)':ii mit ber ^.^e^cidjmmg bc§ urfprüiiglidjcn $l=2autC9 
biird) c übcfoiniiicii finb, wirb jclU ^a?' c wie ,, gefprodjen ; 
c§ bnrf bal)er ftatt c and) j gcfri)ricbeii werben: !?iöjefe 
(neben T'iöcefc), ©jene (neben Scene). 

3)ie Silbe ti bleibt »or einer betonten Silbe, 
»or einer unbetonten fd^reibt man 51: '^atie'nt, 
©ra'sie; nur Ijinter t fdjreibt man ti: 3lttie. 

Statt CG barf man überall ff ober fj fdireiben: 
3(fforb, 9lf3ent. 

3nfainmengefel^te jjrembworter finb nad) il^ren 
33eftanbteilen ju trennen: ®iö=fur§, SJJitro^ffop. ^or 
Selbftlauten unb »or p unb t tritt für ö meift f ein: 
Gpifobe, tranfiti»; Jiranfport, S)ifpcn§ (neben Xran§= 
port, 3)iQpcns). 

Sßiele ^'i'embwörter fönnen bnrd^ »ößig gleichwertige 
gute beutfd)e 3tuöbrücfe erfe^t werben; entbel)rlic^e 
grembwörtcr foil man überl)aupt »ermeiben. 

^ ■^Öierbci fiiibcn jebod) niniidie llnrcrtcliiiä^igfeiteii ftatt. 
So wirb ].'^. I'lipicur unb iliför, jebod; nur grifeur, 
yjtiiUjCiir gcfd)rieben. 

^ Sil ben uiciitcn '^•iillcn ift aiirf) bie unbillig -cicreu 
erloubt: ejCcrcicrcii, muficicrcii neben e^rcr^ieren, niiifijiercn. 



rx 



ß. Explanation of Signs, &c. 

(No (irn) 



r (Letter F) 



commoD literary »nd conT«n- 
tioDtl itjrle. 

familiar; colloquial. 

I people. I 
lan^uageofthel uneducated)/ 

lanfT- of the criminal rluso«. 

rare ; little used. | _ died J. | 

obsolete ( with name«ofpcriion*i 

neolog'iiRi , new word ( witii 
namiis of pi-rtooa -• bom), 

■ciuntiAc (not ronT«ri*tioDftI). 

botanical; plant 

machinery; engrinecringr. 
^ (CroMedbammen) mining term. 
Ü (CroMed.word.) niiliUry term, [watermen.) 
U/ (Aocbur) sea term ; slang of sailors or/ 

# (Coin) commercial, business term. 

W (Poat-horn) postal , telegraphic. 

Ü (Locomotivd) railway term. 

musical term. 

masonic term. 

wrong; giren under protest. 
T (Boundary i>o«t) has passed oTar from English 

into (jcrman. 1 



p 


(L*tt«r F) 


r 


(Unllowii) 


s 


(Comet) 


t 


(Croaa) 


• 


(8Ur) 


Qt (Book) 


* 


(Flower) 


e 


(Cog-wheel) 



^ (Quavar) 
a (RerUngla) 
♦*♦ (Tliraa «to»»«») 



riafed imme- 
diately »Her 

the hravy> 
type iiUe- 
word or bead- 
inK.lheaeeiroa 
refer to alJ the 
aigniflcatioD* 
of the title- 
word. If the 
aign ataiid« 
after on« of 
the Dumbera, 

it appliee 
only to that 

particular 

■»ctioD of the 

article. Tbe 

■ign wbicb ia 

attached to a 

particular 

[>bra«e <>r 

word, appliea 

only to auch 

pbrae* ur 

word. 



B. (Erftläniufl biv ßilölit^fii 3f iriiru :c. 



%, ^, Ac. (Nnmhera withm a circle) refer to the "Detached 

UbsurvatioDs" given on page XV, Ac— Comp, also p. X. 2. 

>w (Mark of repetition) economises spnce, and, generally sjipak- 

iiig, stands for the heary-type title-word, tlie word under 

treatment; e.g.: 

1. i()aiin ban: in ben ^ (-> Sann) t|)un 
to put under the ban, Ac; 

2. bejrftlQrii: I via., Ac. — II 9^ n 
■n» 9<wiiiifl f (m. tat 9(|(f)iecn ant 
bit iytitfligiinfl), 

— (Bign of equality) equal(s), equal to. 

[ ] (Square t>rackeu) inclose the rtymologieal explanations. — 
Comp, also p. X. 4. 

( ) (Round bracket/)) Letters iuc!osi-d in round bracket« may he 
omitu-d, as: "JUjIOnci — ^rjnti or Vrjcnti; labo(u)r — 
labour (EiigliKli npxlling) ur luhor (American epelliiig). — 
If words. Inclosed in brackets, are marked with or, thoy 
are alternatir« form.s; without or, thoy are addition» 
which may citliur stand or be dispensed with; thua: 

1. oul-artrn:ou«flfortftf6ittfn^/p/. looio 
(or doK'»>eratu, depraved) murals yl. 

may be tran«lal«d in three different way» : 

loose niortilK, degenerate morals, d«- 
pniTud mnraU. 

2. br [Irrurii: nut 6anb ^ to (strew with) 
Band • to sand ur to straw with und. 

Ac. (Et nptiTii) and so on, and others. 

(. i a v.i«) 'I'lio g\gji . Qfof n vowel or diphthong signifles 
that It ia siiiiiidi<d ns long, th<< Hign " that it is prunounced 
as ihort\ in wurds of two or mure syllables, two acrcnlM 
C' or ') over tliosH signs indicate t hat the prtnripal aec0nl 
resta on that lame syllithlo (be Its sound long or short), 
whereas a a) ilnlile, with only on« little dash over the algn 
of long or shorty has a weaker or secondary aecont, and 
all other syllahles without the little da.4li remain un- 
accenlod. Comp., for instance, ab bfltn (•■'«), ab brttrln 
(**"), Ac. In both tlume word», the flrat syllnblo with 
short Towel has the chief accent; in the former worti, the 
■ecotid syllable with long towel has a secondary ai cent, 
and thti third remains withmit accent ; in the latter word, 
the second s\ liable with short rowel has a secondary streaa, 
and the third is without accent; in iHrrbrri» (''^^1, on the 
contrary, the accent rest* on the first syllable with short 
Towel, the two rollowjnir hoing unaccentiHl, and in th« com» 
pound !l<rrbrri«brrrr ('"-.->') of Ave syllable«, the Brat, 
syllable with short towel has the chief accent, the fourth, 
with long Towel, a secondary accent, wlierun<> the >ith«r 
three syllsMeH (all with ahort tmwi Is) are without arc«nt 
(or unnrcented). '1 he vitnishing sound ia lucloeed ia 
brackets, e.g. 'i«aflioi«: ^(")-. 

MUBKT-SASDKKS, DKVTUCn-KXaL »A 

Hjho- vsp Hi- HC I.- a rsa a fit. 



ffftta 3fi4>n) Umgang}- unb &i(nfti;ra(l<. 



p 


(ea4Rabt I 


r 


(•aUtnl 


N 


(ftcacl) 


t 


l«t»uj) 


• 


ICxra) 


O 


(»u«) 


# 


(eiuml 


e 


(3atatal)| 


J? i^immnt 


X 


(C4<s(tift) 


4/ 


(BBifi; 


• 


'•clbflll!) 


V 


(«entern) 


a 


ISoIcmMkcJ 


J' 


(«Ott) 


□ (Jli4t-.(f) 



Urrr ;:•;. .j 

ti.*:tx :;ti 

ftttgrörucftrn 

J;;l'!-T):r«' 



b- 

b<# Xi;ci' 

Icptel. TttU 

bal .*{na.cn 

I" ■ 
ein : _ I 1 

91un-.mtT, 
lo bat (I nu: 
jac Un bft; 
Vbi^nttt b«« 
«rtitCl Okl* 

ting. 9(1 
(incm riairf« 

■(B 6«|( Ob. 

li)oitc ßebcnb, 

gilt b. .S'i'ttn 

nur J.ic bit'tti, 

bin). b:(|(l 



(Ba4fta»c F) fomil A'r, DCTtrauliit; na^lAf^ft 

6ptf(fcnfife. rtmVcI!r:.i 

(BaitRabt I') (lopulä'r; 2p:aittbrlung(b:I:c) 

(Siaiinrf unb Xttbd pcadjc. 

{(Ittn.ncn ggcbriiuitltd). fbc:) ) 

enalt(tlWt9ci1.1l«Brn'tTg<floT-i 

9)rologi'lmul, ntutt SDrrt (tc. 

9.x cncB'1,aaicn fit gtbOKIl). 

tDtiicni'diaftliit). 

|)naii|(n(unb(, ^'lanit 

tcibn:f(i), ^anbnxrtl-Vutb^uiL. 

ben Scrgb .u betieffcnb. 

mililArild). y 

iDlflti'ne, Gdjina^rt. . 

^anbel, tauimdnnifdi. 

$jf), Zdegcopbie. 

^ifenbabii. 

TOufi'f. 

QfteimaurfTet. 

A (krti fti(u)r) unritbtig, regelivibrig, faljcti 

T (•iraitiati) cul bcm ^nglifttcn ml 2)eutf<te 
flbcrgegangcn. ^ 

®i9<* K. (3«WrTBUcincB»itt<r) DcTiDciftn ouf bte 3. X V K. |lebnib«n 
,«bflt|unbtrttn S3emerlunfl(n". — ligl. outt Seile .\, Hx i. 

~ lOtrtrrteiunjiifiitfni Dcrtritt, bebuft Jiaum'crfpamil, 
im allgemeinen bal )u anhing eincS 'Actitell ße^end« jc:!> 
gebrudte t.<0Tt, ben litrlfopf; |'£.: 

1. Vann bun: :n brn >. (— 9ann) t^un 
to put under the ban, Ac; 

2. brfeftigeu: I p a., icn. — II fl^ n 
aat ^.s^ung f (— ba« 9ef(ßigcn ■>« 
bie i'eitftiflung). 

— (•irt^ttiiiirifttn) gleid), ebenfo. 

I I (c<tia« ftuanrTii) {ct)lit^(n bie (tQmoIogti4)(n Kngabm ein. 
— Sgl. oud) Seite .\, 'JJr. -4. 

( ) (nmbtffiamnrTii) boppeltc €d)Teibive;fe, b. b.ber eingefTimmrUe 
teil fann autgeUijeii toerbeii; I'B.: Vr)|r)nci — flrinci ob«T 
'flr]i'iiei; laho(u)r — labour lin(i e4itl»*fi*t) o^(r lab« 
laaiciiran. e^itibwfiu). - Si)ül inPlammtcn bui^or beje.^net >!. 
jinb '.Ü a T I a n t e It , — o b n e biejel or bebcuiet e«, bo^ bet 6d| 
mit ober oljnc bat ^ingellammertcgebrauctil Serben (ann;|S.: 

1. ouV-artrn : aulgeartete bitten f pi. loc«-' 
(or dcirenerate, depraved) morals pi. 

(jnn auf ttrifitri f9«llc lkt<< ■ ' x"<a 

morals, di'gtnorate mt' 'k>ed 

Dl'>r:ili*. 

8. br-ftrrurn: mit €anb « to (strew with) 
saud mm to sand ti<i to strew with »and. 

Ac. (aijjn|an4<'.ri.t«n) et c*tera, unb fo tV(i° 

(-■'*.-'*•» To» :\ctr.\ ^.^frf^em . 
be)ri(bii(t, baj: grbeQr 

bal ,Sei(ben ^ : .:. 1 1 ic 'Tl 

(all; fmDen fttt n 

iroei deine 6tr:(te t >c«i ■> > • >•> 

»u\ beriie mit bcm gebebnten o^et mil bem 

lu Irrr ' ■ ■ T ... ^ ... - 

In ! 

Clbdlluug blcU ( I :- 

9)ft>rnto't t^rtl iiti-» 



I 

4'<aiipttcr', 

bebiiiri" 

bem .<rte bat ( 

eiiKi; ;i unb bit 

baiiedtn mbi ber Ion 

Q' .f . t .... K ... V V . k . » 



or r 
mil . 



- tn . 

lUMuictung ^leiAncl. i9. 4bi<flt«Mi ^-i^ 



t*;:nf 

■n 

!( 

..„...- ^^ 

rr 
ct£ |u;:, nur t-nci '.AxA^rni 
.iT«btt |(eb<iibrn (triMa Stri* 
'. ab-kellrln r'^-» k. 3« 

r-;t ;f'*.'r'*f- ^''i'. >*» 

-» 
I 
t 
t 
-1 
:t 

« iTtt 

inpm 

■X 



X 



C. General Remarks 

on the Interior Arrangement of the Work. 

1. Special Lists are not given, not even of proper names. 
These and all other words must be looked for in their proper 
places within the one general alphabet. — Comp, also 6. 

2. The Detached Obseryations at the beginning of the book, 
p. XV «fee, contain, under @ , @ , &c., instructions on 
matters of conjugation and declension. A figure within a 
circle in the text is, there'^ore, a reference, expressed in 
the smallest possible space, to what is said under the 
same number on p. XV — XXIV. 

3. Spelling. Generally speaking, Puttkamer's (new school-) 
spelling has served as basis to the second part; but also 
tl'e older orthography has been taken account of by corre- 
sponding references. Though, for instance, the English 
translations are given with ouStceren, oiiSleilen, &c., also 
the older spellings with ^ after the t (ouStljceren, ttuS- 
t^eilen, Ac.) have been alphabetically inserted, together 
with references to the later spelling without 1^. — The 
English spelling is in agreement with that of Part I, 
especially as regards the forms ...ise, ...isation, &c, (see 
M.I, p. XXXII). 

4. The Etymology, contained in square brackets [], for the 
most part — as was done in S. - V. II — has been indicated 
by the simple designations "ft.", "It.", "grc^.", "fft.", &c. 
A fuller account of the origin of a word has been added 
in those cases only which seemed specially to call for it. 

5. Pronnnciation. With regard to pronunciation, the last 
paragraph on p. IX (- - -, ^ ■* *) should be studied. Where 
necessary, fuller details have been furnished, in addition 
to these signs. Comp., forinstance, the headings obbrEtf)fcIn, 
SItcept, ?löio, 3ltbe, &c. ; and also, fuither down this page, 
paragraph 10. 

6. Proper nouns or names, of identical spelling in German 
and English, have not been specially inserted. — The usual 
German iumames and — in alphabetical order — the corre- 
sponding familiar diminutives and terms of endearment 
have been admitted; also geographical names which 
differ in the two languages; e.g.: 

^iinftrcfien Dunkirk, Dunkerque; 
©cnua Genoa; 

Oft<3libtcn East India, elevated style: East Indies pi. 
Many of the German geographical names, used in England, 
have been transmitted through the medium of the French, 
e.g.: Cologne, Leipsic, Mayence ; but Englishmen, nowa- 
days, are endeavouring to give foreign names with their 
original spelling and pronunciation; e.g. : 

Scipjiö (-■^) npr.n. Leipzig or Leipsic. 
SRaillj (-) npr. n. Mainz or Mayence. 
3an}tg (>'") npr. n. Danzig or Dantzig. 

7. Roman figures mostly denote classes of words (e.g. I o., 
O «., &c.), and, in compound articles, they separate the 
particular from the more general cases; — the Arabic 
figures, on the contrary, denote the several meanings 
of words. 

8. Abbreviations. These are explained on p. XI— XIV. 

9. Alphabetical Orderhas been everywhereobserved: hence, 
also, throughout each separate article, except where special 
circumstances demanded a departure from it. 

10. (3, 4). The consonantal sound of the German initial 3 is 
always given by us with 3 (Subel, Satjt), to distinguish it 
from the vowel sound of the same letter (3mme, Snlanb); — 
the deep guttural sound of d) has often been given by a 
crossed $ (bra^, Co^, Su^), to distinguish it from the 
palatal sound of c^ as heard after e and i (ißlet^, ©ti(^). 



über bie innere €mnd?tung bes XOzxUs. 

1. S^jestolöetaeid^niffe finb nieftt geflebcn, ou(ft nicfet bon ben 
gigennonun. 6§ jle{)t ane§ an feinem gctoö^nlidjen obecc 
W&itn %^\a%t. — ißgl. auc& 5Jt. 6. 

2. 5Die }u Anfang be§ Sucfee?, ©. XV jc, fic^cnben „Detached 
Observations, Qtbgefonbevte SBemcrfungeii" ent Ija Iten u nter 
@, @ 2C. SSelcljtungen fiber Ronjugotion unb ietlination. 
S)ie eingetreifte ^\\\n im Sejt ift olfo eine mSglidjft tnoppe 
SBerhieifiing auf "bai unter bcr betreffenben Siffer ©cite XV 
bi§ XXIV OSeiagte. 

3. üiei^tfd^reibung. 5Die SPuttfamerfrfie (neue S4uI")Ortf)0" 
grolj^ie ^at im oUgemeinen bem jroeiten Seil q1§ ©runbloge 
gebient; baneben ift aber Qud) bie altcte Sc^reibraeife burtfc 
entfpre(ienbe ^inmeife pr ©ettung gefommen., 2Benn jSS. 
unter auSteercn, nuStftlen jc. bie eng(ijd)en Überfe^ungcn 
fielen, fo ift bod) baueben bie ältere Sdjreibroeife mit t) nod) 
oem t (oiigtljeeren, au&tl)cilcu k.) an bet abecelicfccn Stcüe 
mit Serroeifung ouf bie neuere (ol)ne Ij) augefübrt. — S)ie 
englifcfee ©t^reibroeife bagegen richtet fid) ganj nad) bcr 
be§ I. SeileS, inSbefotibere alfo aui) bie S^rcibung ...ise, 
.. jsation, &c. (Dgl. M. I, ©. XXXII). 

4. 2;ie et^moloflie, tjon edigen ßlommcrn [ ] «ingefcfclofien, roirb 
— toie in Sacfe§=SSitIatte II — meift nur burd) bie einfachen 
SSejeidjnungen „fr.", „lt.", „grtfe.", „fft" k. im allgemeinen 
crtlärt; ein nät)ere§ ßingeöcn auf ben Urfprung bes SlöorteS 
ift bo, »0 e§ erforberlic^ erjc^ien, ^injugefügt luorben. 

5. 9lu8f|)ro(^e. gfür bie eingebe ber ?Iu§fpra(öe ift ber Scfelufe 
ber Seite IX (- i ^^^ -^ H') ju beachten, äßo e§ nötig er« 
fd)ien, finb neben biefen 3f'4f" no^ ndljere eingaben gemat^t 
(bgl. }3}. bie Siteltöpfe abbretf)feln, Wccc»)!, Slgio, Slibe, jc; 
unb au(^ ouf biefer Seite roeiter unten 9h. 10). 

6. gigenunmen finb im ottg. ni^t befonberS oufgcfüfirt, «enn pt 
im SDeutjdjen unb im ©nglifdjcn ganj glcid) gcfd)rieben finb. — 
Slufgcnommen finb bie üblidjcu beutfdien 23 o r n o m e u foioie — 
on abecelicöerStelle - il)re gcbräudjüdjfteniß erfleinerung§ = 
bjm. fiofcformen; ferner geograpljifcfee Flamen, bie 
in beiben Sptatöen bon einoubcr obmcit^eii ; jiß.: 

Sunüriften Dunkirk, Dunkerque; 
@enua Genoa; 

Oft'Snbitn East India, att ejit.: East Indies pi. 
S)te beutfc^en geogropljifcfcen <)lamen t)of ßnglonb tiielfod) 
bur(6 aSermittcIung be§ Sfronjöfif^cn erhalten, j*-B.: Cologne, 
Leipsic, Mayence; c§ ift ober bo§ 23eftreben ber Guglänber, 
tjrembnomen in bcr urfprünglii^en Sd)reibroeife unb ?lu§' 
fproe^e ju geben; j58. : 

Sfipjig (-") npr- M. Leipzig ober Leipsic. 
ÜRatnj (-) npr. n. Mainz ottt Mayence. 
S)onjig (^^J npr. n. Danzig ober Dantzig. 
7. 5Die tömifdjen Siffff" beieid)nen meift bie SBortfl offen (jS. 
I a., II s. jc), ttJä^renb fie in jufammengcfetjten ?lrtiteln 
bie befonbeten Srolle bon ben meift gefarQud)lid)tn 
trennen; — bie arabifdjen bogegen bcjeid)ncn bie bcrjc^ieöenen 
äßortbebcutungen. 

8. aibfürjungen. SDiefe pnb S. XI— XIV erflävt. 

9. 3llp^abctif(^e Sfolge. SDtefe ift mSgltdjfl überaß, auit inner- 
l^alb ber Sltlifet, beobachtet toorben, fofern fein ©egeugruub 
Dorlag. 

10. (3, 4). ®en fonfonantificn i«ßaut geben mir immer mit 3 
(Subel, 3at)r), jur Untcrjd)eibung Don j (3mme, 3ulanb); — 
ben ?ld)'t'aut bejeidjncu wir in bcr *Jlu§iprad)e ojtmoli bur(^ 
ein geflrid)enc§ ^ (bro^, ßo^, Sui) jur Uiiterjdjcibung öom 
Si^'ßout, tnie man it^n fjinter r unb i tjört (33le(4, Stic^). 



D. SäucIIcn. Sources. 



fJOr ba§ «trjeii^nig ber l^QUtitföt^Iti^ benagten SBerfe fef)e mon M. I, S. XVII— XIX, toeltfeen no4 5in5ujufügen mören: 
To the list of the principal works of reference, already mentioned in M.I, p. XVII-XIX, we have to add tiie following 



F. W. EiTZEN, 205rterbuc^ ber ^QonbelSfproc^c, beutfc^-englifd). 

ßeipjig 189,3. 
Flügel-Scumidt-Tanger, SBörterbud) ber engl. u. beutfiften 
Spröde für^onb- unb SdjuI'WcbrQU(i. SBraunidiioeig 18"J6. 
Dictionnaire d'Elcctricit^ et de Magnötisme par ERNEST 
Jacquez. Paris 1887 



A new Dictionary of the French and English Languages by 

E.-C. Clifton and Adrian gkimaux. 
Dr. WiLH. Ulrich, 3nternationaIe§ Si-5rterbuct) ber ipflunjen» 

nomen. ^tonXt ?lu§gabe. t'eipjig i^'ib. 
Karl Hkeul, a hamly Biogiapliical (iuide to the study of 

the German Language and Literature, 18Ü5. 



XJ 



E. 2lbfür3un(];cn. Abbreviations. 



SorbrmrrriiuQ: TlHgtmnn befannte ober 114 aul bnn 3u* 
faniiiuiilianQC do» ftlbfl tigcbtnbc 'ilblfirjunatn finb biti ntcbt 
aufgcjUbrt. 



PrellninarjObserTatlon: AbbrerlftttonianiTtnAlljkiiowo, 
and siirh a.n are luffl'-ifntl; ezplatned by the cooteit, ar* 
not ^Tea hero. 



A 

■ aud), also ffl-^c). 

a a(]j.;ctiTe (rb-r/f-t(ro) Vbitftio, CiqcnftboftSroort. 

., (abbreviation (*-bnln)'c'|d)'n) ?lbfiirjunfl. 

*"""■ UbbreviaUid (»bnl-role'-t'o) abfltlürjt. 

abb obbönflia, dependentdy) (b'-pe'n-b'iit(-I*). 

ab» absolute (l'b-B'llüt) objolu't. 

obPr obflro'fl, abitract(ly) {l'b-i\niU{A*). 

aec accusatlTe ca<e (*-(iü'-f*-tlm (ett) ^'ttufattD. 

act acÜTe (S'l-tl») V'ttiD, Xb'X'Qici'Sforin- 

AD Addison (I'b-'-fi'n ; dtiitinfUtr n. Stlf tHrr, U71 - iTtt). 

a/b aItbo(t)b(iit{(f),01diIigbUennan(öIbbäT bQ8''-m'n). 

adv adTorb (rb-m8'b) VbDc'rb, UmflanbSmort. 

advy adferbially (Ib-ip8''-bl*-I») in obotrbialcr Sfb. 

a/c a(t«(ngii{(f), Old Koglisb (cfb l'n'-gll{(t)) (hi iim). 

a/f altftanj&filib. Old French (ö(b ftcnfct)). 

agr »(friculture (rg-n* fSltt*'') ?l(ftrbau. 

agf angtlfadjriftt), Anglo-Saxon (In'-gl'-Wffi'nl. 

abb altbo(J)ttiilf(b, Old High üerniftn(c(bh(iTb(iö''.m*nl. 

alcm alcmannifd), Aleinannic (ll-'-mi'n-it). 

aOg angcmcin, commonly (fä'm-'n-l*). 

«It ?llttrtum, antiquity (In-tl'lw'l»). 

, I Americanism (*mi''R-*-(*-niim) 

Inur in ^tmctifo gcbrdudjlid)« ?lii8brucf. 

o/n oltnorbifd), Old Norse (clb nb'\). 

nnal anatomy l*nl't'-m') 9lnalomit. 

^^^ (antonym (rn-t'-nlm) Untoritj'm (iniaroeiijfifitri i»r. 

I Jiiff, •fa«nla|; |». : (is| — HrlB; ma »til it.). 

«h« /^IpoPflflddjidjIt, 

•^ (the Act« of the Apostle« (rf/.l Iftfe «n» tih\ »-pa'^If). 

or ara'bi|(t>. Arabic (!'■ » bif). 

arch architeeturo (fl''l'let|l'*'') Baufunft. 

artlh arithmetic (» al'/'t-m'-tif) lRc(J)(nfun(l. 

"'•I «rli'ltl, (M*|4lfd>l«morl. article (a-'-tifn. 

arlill artilU.ry (a'lt'l 'ii») «'rtintrit, ©c|(bQtjfiinH. 

a»< aatronomy (*-{tl«a'n-*m») «Hfonomit, Strrntunbt. 

attrol. . . . astrology (»Ijinfl'l'-bQ») ^(lfolo9i«i CttrnbtMttr«. 
a«r a (ollributio»« 9lb|cftio, Beiwort, 

latlribuli»« adjoctite (»lai'b.l'-tln» l'b</f«in»). 

UitSft) ?lii(tfiira(t)e, prnnunciation (pii'-ndn il*-*'-|4'ii)- 

Vuflr. . . TluPro'litn, Auntraiia (l-ttHa'-lla). 

(auxiliary (Igll'l»'«») <^il||....; »B. auxiliary ferb 
i (jilUjetlroort. 

B 

b . bti(m). 

B. . löüigtr (tt*ut. iTij-17»«). 

Scb. ... '^iOnitiin,|i-iti,iigiiirlcation(()(bi||-n'-f'-t«'-|4*n(^). 

Bt4f»^. . . . Bedfordshire (br't f''b|(b''; ftu^ •t»"un). 

Bun 'drmrrlung, remark (■•.niä''f). 

»»»■***. . . . Ilurkxhire (bO*'f id)*'; miiii«! •n'vi'il 

btjl bfflimml, dofiniti.(l) ) (b»'|-«-nlH f). 

btbt. biblical (bl'b-l'CM biblij«. 

Ml» bil!P»ilfn. io iiB'm-talmn. 

Btt. Haumann, / ' -i^m. 

9n IBtinamciurnam« IhS'^nrin). 

^^ (bad sense (btb i ■«••I 
( Hntn.f.: — t ■■ ■ _, inc. 



bfb bffonbn(»), particiilarfly) fiw'.tI'f-»«-l»'r-r). 

bfl bf JitT, bettar (be't*'). 

|5Bf" Smort fintr 3 ' '• "n j, 

Sflm Di ement of a cj . :.ia'fr-*-(«T.ln' 

I I'l'Hirnt 'w * to'mpjuRö). 

BJ7. Bulwer (bü'1-w''; SeaaatiAm. lie»-liTl). 

Bttckth. ... Buckinghamshire|bB't-ln'-blmf(t)'';tHl-«t«N4eli). 

butt burlesque (b'' le'fel) burlc'tt, ni(^ri8•fomlf4. 

burf4) buildi'.to«, «tudeat-like lbt|ü'-&*iit-l«It). 

!8ro IBciroorl, adjective (I'VQ't-lIn)). 

BT. ByroD (bit'-i'n; liftitt, n««-i»j«). ffb<.Bi^.|ln*).| 

b) b()(id)n(t, denotes rb'-nö''t6).bt) ' ' notiof I 

bj» bcjifbung*roti|t, re» pec lively {v.' '*). 

c 

Com Cambridge (t/m-btlbQ ; »411141 nitwiHimiM) 

. (cant phrase (flnt faefl 

I8uiill';ia4f tinct talratrtfi giiifWUti IHi. SaalL 
eardnumb. cardinal number ((j''-b*n'I nS'm-b*') (SniaHatL 

earp carpentry (tä''p*nta*) 3''"'»"'bai>bnKT{. 

Cath Catholic (fr/A-»-Ilf) fatbo'li|4). 

Ch4»h. Cheshire (t|d)e'|d)-''; n4ti<4( •Ta'<4a*t). 

(t)in (tiincTiid). Chines« (t{(täT-ni'f)- 

chm chemistry ((t'm'jtta*) 00*"»^. 

ehron chronolügy(fa*-n«'l*bQ*)öbrenoIofltt Jtittt^mi«|. 

ei. coil »rt. 

eo comi , ' :tk f 4CT)baH. 

coll collecüvely (l«-I»'f tl» ft roOefti D. 

comp compariktivi» (f'm ; ' - 

eond conditional (t'nt;, 

eont consonant (ta'n-ft'n'nl) ffonfoaa nt. 

eonlp. . . . contemptuously (fn-U'ml'H'fc.l») Dal^tll^ 

Cbmv Cornwall (tifnir!!; njiii^t «.a"4«h). 

eorr corrupt (f'-sB'pli Btrbrrbt. 

crytt cry«Ulloi.-niphr(falbl*l*'a-ilT)flTOBanogct>fti«. 

Chm* Cumberland ll8'm-b''tlnbi iaiiiM)«i«fM<'i! 

D 

b btr, bif, ba», bt», brm, b<n, the, of the, • - •'■- "le. 

^ampfm... lamp|ma|(t:nr. st«am-on(ino tiiim < 
</a/ dative case |b«'-tlip U%\ ta'li». 

Dc« ;/■?♦»«►. 

DmrUt>. I>erb7«i)ire (M^-b* |4'* «k. bj*'« . ivtii*«! «mUMi}. 

IHnmtk. . ' '.'*; fatlit«* «erfHitlll. 

Tf ^ :. _ 

dfu dafecUve |b* t^'Mla) mda(ta«H. niAl »eOllAibi« 

b.b be! bnkl. (hat is (to «ail (WAll l| ;t' k«l>. 

tit. Il,.-L.., . .^ '< > .. ''»-.•-,:„. t««»-U9»i. 

.. I '»» 

94^^ • ft • • I 

dtatrmmmh 
t>»nti'*' 

bfr. bfr otttttt), this 

bt|(b b«l|4, Oerta»!! -^n r:--. 

Durbaa (b4'« 'nt . i*«i>tai a«eM»iiL 



XII (Slbfiirauiiflen - 

E 

t tin, a, an (e «let *, »n, 'n). 

„ ftinanbtr, one another (wSn '-n8''dÄ-»'), each other 

'" I (Itfct) Vdh-*'). 

«bb ebentia(felbft), at the same place (ät dh* feem ple^). 

eccl ecclesiastical (et-n-f'-ä''6-t»-f«I) Itr^Iicb, geifllttl). 

ecclhist /ecclesiastical history (gf-n-f«-ä''B-t'-f»I ^rfe-t'-H«) 
Ißirc^cngefc^icbtf. 

e-e eine, a, an (e »tier », «n, 'n). 

g fexempli gratia ('-gye'in-lJlar gBe'-fdj'-a) 

■^ Ijum Scifpicl (= for instance). 

e^im . ebemalS, in former times (fn fo'^-nt'' toTnif). 

"8 eigentlich), properly speaking (1)r5''J)-''-1« ^Jj^-fln«). 

elect electricity (eI-*f-lRr6-*-t«) eiettriäitö't. 

ell elliptical(ly) (»-irp-t'-t'l, «-n^p-t'-f'-I«) elli'ptif^. 

e-m einem, to a [an] (ts », an, «nj. 

e-n einen, a, an (», «n, hi). 

tngt engltf(b, English (t''n'-gnf(i&). 

eno© f'" engerem Sinne, 

" lin a narrower sense (fn » na'a-'*-'» fecnfe). 

^^ fentomology (en-t'-m8''I-°-bQ*) 

\entomologie, Äerbtiefßcljre. 

t-t einer, of a [an], to a [an] (öm », tu », »n, «a). 

e-8 eines, of a (an). 

■Es» Essex (e''6-'f6; enaliWe eStafWaft). 

et etma§, something (feo'm-^Äln«). 

euvh ^euphemistically (jü-f'-rnffe-t'-t'-I«) 

^ ieup^emi'ftifcö, bejc^önigenb, öerpttenb. 

F 

f feminine (fe^m-'-nln) metblic^. 

fene. fencing (fe^n-feln«) ge(f)tfunp. 

gfernfpr — tJcmfDrc^rocfen, telephony (t*-(e''|-*-n«). 

ff folgcnbe, following (jö''(-*-(n»). 

fiff figuratively (|rg-J=-Re-tln)-I«) pgürlit^, bilblic^. 

St ?yiu6, river (eI'»-''). 

■F"-^ Flügel, engl.'be«tfd^e§ 2B5rterbu^. 

for forestry (fö^B-'-fetR«) Qforflwirtfc&aft. 

flt>l /feminine plural (fe''m-»-nIn })Iü''-r»1) 

"^ Itoeiblidie aKet)räQl)l- 

fr fronjöriW, French (fnenf^). 

■F'-ß greitigrat^ (S)t(*ter, isio-istb). 

f>'i fortification (föM«-f«-fe''-fcf)'n) S5efc|ltg«ng§n)e[en. 

f'*i future (fiü''-tW") fjutu'nim, guhinft. 

G 

ö ©OetFie (3)t(*Ul, 17*9-1832). 

fl^r gebrQU(^Iitb, common(ly) (t8''m-'n(-I*). 

fl'l" Seboren,bom(bö'n).(«tu*Dut(**auSfletit.;»gt.6.lx,B.) 

flefi. ©t)r. . . gehobene Sprache, elevated style (e''(-»-ttie-t'b fetoTl). 

ffen genitive (bQe'^n-'-tlm) ©e'nitib. 

ffeogn geognosy (bQ^-ö^g-n'-fe«) ©eognofie. 

ff'Offr geography (bQ»-»''g-B«-f») ©eograp^ie, (Jrbtunbe. 

9eol geology (bQ»-ö''I-»-bQ«) ©eologie. Itebre.l 

ffeom geometry (bQ*-8''m-'-tR*) ©eometric, WaumgröBen«) 

fl<P fleilorben,died(boTb).(5iu*bur4tau§8tbr.;bot.s.ix,B.) 

ÖI«Ä Gloucestershire (glö''6-t"-fcÖ»'; englil^e ffitafWaft). 

90t gotif«, Gothic (gS'^A-H). 

ffr grammar (gBä'm-*') ©romma'til. 

^^ fSDie SSrüber Stimm (Satob Subroig, im-ises; unb 
\ SBiIl)dm Äarl, nse-isss). 

9t* - gnft^ifcf), Greek, Grecian (gaU, gaK-fc^'n). 

6rbtD r®runbh)ort einet 3iifammenfe^iing, radical element 

lof a compound (Eä''b-'-t*Ie''I-*-menlätD»fö''m-J)aunb). 

®rff4 ©roffdiaft, county (!J^''n-t«), 

g.8 .. /ffood sense (gübfeenfe) in gutem ©inne;«e8fn(as4iet. 

l »on: l>s. — bad (bib) sense in jrfjlet^tem Sinne. 

ßfi^r 9ef(f)ticben, written (nftn). 



Abbreviations) 

H 

b bflbcn, to have (t' l)in). 

H. jgetber (s>i(itn:, 1744-1803). 

Hampsh. . . Hampshire (bä''mp-fcb"; englifcte «rafWaft). 

liebt ^ebraifcb, Hebrew (bF-bRü). 

her heraldry (beVl-bß*) ^eta'Ibit, SSappenhmbe. 

Herefsh. . . . Herefordshire (I)e''B-'-f''b-}cb''; tnäUjcOe SiafWoft). 

hist history (brfe-t'-B«) ®cf(^id)te. 

SO Hoppe, SuppIemc'nt'Sejüon (2. aufläge). 

bod)b ^o^beutftb, High German (bof bQ5'''-m'n). 

boE ^oIl5nbi|(b, Dutch (bStfcb). 

Hont /homonym (^5''m-*-nIm; ani) ^ö''-m'^) 

l^omonp'm (glei(J)lautenbfä SBJort anbercr ©tbfulunj). 

hört horticulture (bö'M'-fei-tf'*") ©ortenbau. 

humt hunting (bB'n-tln') 3agb(n)efen). 

Huntsh. ... Huntingdonshire (bS'n-tin'-b'n-fcf)''; enal.®iafWafO 
hydr hydraulics (boT-bBa'-nife) §l)brau'Iif. 

I 

ichth ichthyology (\t-th*-i'i-*-W) gifcbEunbe. 

id idem, ebenbet(bte, bQ§)feIbe, the same (iA* ^äm). 

iniper imperative (lm-j)e''a-»-titt)) 3mpetati'«),8efebI§fonn 

impiers).. . impersonal (Im-J)3'''-6*-n*0 unberfönlicb. 

impf. imperfect (lm-p3'''-f*tt) 3mpet[cft(um). 

ind indicative (In-bri-ä-tim) 3'nbifatib. 

indef. indefinite (ln-be''f-*-nlt) unbeflimmt. 

inf. infinitive mood (In-frn-'-tim müb) 3nfinitil». 

/inseparable (in-fee''p-''-B*bI) untrennbar; parücuiariy 
I in the case of compound verbs, to indicate that the prefix 
lis Dot severed from the verb in the conjugation, e.g. 

insep., tns. I biir(ft(Quf en (>*-"), irf) burd)(aufe — fJt^i b|b. bet ju. 
I fammengefet;ten Setben, um anjubeuten, bag bit Sotfilbe bet 

13nftnitiSS fi<^ in bet Jfoniuaation nii^t abttennt; jiB. butcb* 
laufen (•^^"), iä) burdjlaufe (bgi. separable). 

^ /interjection (in-t»'-bqe''t-fd)''n) 
\3ntetjeftio'n, GmpfinbungSlaut. 

interr. . . . interrogative (ln-t'-Bö''g-*-tiro) fjrageroort. 
intrans. . . intransitive (ln-tRl''n-6'-tliD) i'nttanfitiD. 
. /invariable (ln-tTja''-BObI) 

" lunDetfinbetlicb, obne 2)ctIination. 

/. of w. ... Isle of Wight (all 'id woTt) Snfel Sffiigbt 

iti irlänbifdb, itiftb, Irish (oT'-Blftb). 

iro ironically (al-Bö'n-'-l'-l*) ito'nifcb- 

irr irregular ('-Re''g-i°-I") unregelmäßig. 

it italienif*, ItaUan («-tll''l-J«n). 

J 

■ : a 4 m i „ /jetnanb, jemanbeS, jemanbem, jemanben, 
I.,j-9,j-m,j-n ^sonjei,ociy^ ^f^ ^q somebody ('ro, t» feS'm-b'-b«). 

join joinery (bQoi'-n'-B") Sifcbterbanbroetf. 

J.P. Seon 5Paul (3friebticb 3li(btcr)(s*rtftReaer, n63-i825X 

jur juri'|ti{4, iRecbtSauSbiucf, law term (15 t8'm). 

K 

KL Rlopjiod (S)i*tei, 1724-1803). 

fit teltit*, Celtic (p'l-tit). 

Äocbf Äocbtunfl, culinary art (IiS''-l*-n'-R» ä't) 

fonfr (ontte't, concrete(ly) (t'n-tBi''t(-l*). 

L 

I laffen, to let (t" let). 

L Ceffing (sti^ter, 1-29-1781). 

Laneeh. . . . Lancashire (lä'n'-f^-ftb*'; enaliiiSe ffitaiidjaft). 

Lticsh Leicestershire (te''6-t''-fd)"; enaiifi^e ffirafWaft). 

Lincsh Lincolnshire (irn'-t^n-fcb"'; cnatii*e «tafi^aft). 

lit.s literal sense (irt-'-R'l feen^ eigentlicher Sinn. 

Lo London (I8''n-b''n). 

loff logic (l6''bQ-lf) Co'gif. 

It lattim\i), Latin (IS't-'n). 



(ttbfiiriungtn 

M 

m nia(i)(n, to make (t* met). 

'JR. (bcut{d)( 9((id)8')<inaT{ (- 1 ihillinK). 

m matculiae (mi'^-li'-lln) mdiinlid). 

MJ „aJlurft", trPtr leil Cb\t\a JDotltrbuittS), 

mach. . macbioerjr (m*-f(l)l'n'-i*) Ulafifeincnmtftn. 

man manege (m*-nö'Q) Ktitfunfl. 

matfi uiRthematics (ml/A'-ml'l-ltfe) TOotljfinoli'f. 

31C. Macaulay (m*-U'-l*; t'R»'*«". imo-iim). 

„,, fmitlfl'tnglifd), MiddJo EnglUh (mlbl fn'-fllll«) 

*"'*• \ (llM-1500). 

m-t nif.nt, my (mat). 

mech mechanics (m'-U'n-Iffe) üflf^a'nif. 

mtd. . ... medicine (mi'b-('-)6in) ÜRtbiji'n, jöciltunbr 
metall. . . . metallurgy (me't-llIl'-bQ') ßütttnrotftn. 

im(toni)mijd),t)i(Umtauid)ungDon?!am(nob. SOotIm 
'""°" Ibtlreütnö, metonymiclal) (met'-ni'm-lf, J-fl). 

-. /mitt(ll)0(l)btuti(j), 

'"'° IMiddle High German (m(bl IjoT bQ8''-m»n). 

min mineralogy (mIn-'-al't-'-bQ*) Wintrolosic. 

mint minting (mi'n-tln») 'KlQnilDf|tn. 

fmilt(IIatcinijd), medisBTal Latin (mib-*- «Wr ml-b'- 

"" \ I'-B'I li'l •n). 

m-m mtintm, to my (I' m£T). 

m-n meinen, my (mal). 

, , /masculine plural (mr^-ti'-dn plü'-a'D 

'"'P* \mannlt(l)e 1Uitl)rjal)I. 

m-t meiner, of my ('ro moT). 

m-l meine», of my ('m moT). 

mP mein((nteiI8), generally (bQ?'n-'-n'I»). 

myth mythology (m'-<Aö'l-»-bQ*) iUlgHjoloflit. 

N 

n. no«, after, to (a'f-t'', tS). 

M neuter (njü'-t'") fiidjiid). 

nat.hii<t. .. naturalhl8tory(iü't-l'B'I()l'6»'.R»)9lalurfleId)i(tte. 

9lbf 9ltben|orm, secondary form (fei'f 'u b'-ii* f6'm). 

n/e neu'englijdj, Nuw Knglish (njü I'n« glij^) (|eu iioo). 

mtff. negation (n'ge'-fd)'n) SeTneinung. 

Mm«. Newcastle (njüdi'^l; nttiii^t eiabi). 

n^b neuljoitibeulfd), Nuwlli(;hGorma«(niril)oTbQ8''m*n). 

uieberb. . . . niebttbeutltt, Low German (lö bQS''m*n). 

nom nomiiifttiTe case (nft'm-'n^-tlio f«6) 9iü'minQtio. 

norbb norbbciit|d),NorthemGerman(nft''rfA''nbQ8'' m'ul. 

Koff. Norfolk (n«''-|'f; raain*« «lafiaaH). 

IfortMampMh. Nortbamptonshir« lnO'<A4'm-t'n-|4'') ^ „uim« 

Nort/inmiil. . Northumberland (nA'/AO'iii-b*' llnb) > «lat- 

NofX Nottinghamshire (M4'tiM«blm-f(t)'') I »♦«•i.«. 

nlpl. neutor plural (nitT-t'' pliT-a'U {ddjIicSje Wctjeiabl. 

(no'mrn pro'prium, Qii^tHnamt 

'*''■ Iproper name (pni'p '• n.m). |TODnifunbe.» 

NNiN numismatics (njumift-mrtlt^) ^tumifima'tit,/ 

Num«r. . . . numeral (njü'-m'a'l) j)a|)lR)art. 



t oftne, without (wIrfA-Su'l). 

ebnb obtrbfutirt), Upper Gonnan (B'p '• bn8*'m'n). 

0^. ohjoct (ö'b Si^'lll Cl';v It. 

•k. ober, or (6'). 

9. pi obnelKebrirtbl, without plural lwli<Aiu'll!lu'a'll. 

9pt optics (o'p tlfii) C'lmf. 

ord. ntnnb. ordinal number (d''b'-n'l nl'mb*') Crbnungtiodt. 

•m, ornithology (»••n'<A«'l»bQ*) Oegeltunbe. 

0.1 onoseir^wtn-it/lfl ftitl (lelbft). 

Bfterr Bfleriei(t)i|(b, Austrian (rktsHn). 

0|»«3 OP-Oubitn. Kast ludies (Ifit I'nb'f). 

OMf. Oxford (a'tk-|''b ; fHjUi«« UiiHiflUitlati). 



.4bhr<-vlatlons) ^^lU 

P 

fpersoo fpS'in) ?)etfo« 

•?*«• IpeOfj) etile. 

paint painting (pe'n-lln«) TOolnei. 

^j^ rparliameotary term (pi'-l'-ra^n-t'-t» tt'm) 

'^ IpQrlamenla'nfiex Hu»5rui. 

port participle {pa-'t'-^ls.i ipartiji'Wium). 

po— passife (pr^-l») 5a'fr»>. e«ibtfo:m. 

P^'h [f ■ ''^ 

I •> rt. 

^f ^tennij, pfenning (pft'o-ln*). 

pharm. . . . pharmacy (|ä''-m*fe*) ?lpoH)elerfitn|L 

pfii* philosophy (t*-(«'l»-»|') ^b'lofoptjte. 

/'Ay* physics (fl'|-ll6) iJbon'f, 9Jaturltire. 

phyaiol.. . . physiology (fll'a'l-'-bQ») ^Jbunolo^iie. 

pl plural (plü'-a'l) ?)IutaI(i»), WebnaJ)'- 

pl**p pluperfect (plü'-p**-f«tt) Ulu'»<juümp«r1eftuni. 

p<nt poetry (pö'-'-ta») ^ocfit, Xidjlfunft. 

pol. politics (pö'I-«-!l!B) "öolitif. 

port portugiefifd}, PortugueM (pc'-f-jll). 

/past parti.iple (pafei pi''-l*-ilpl) 
'^ ( VOrtiii'p btr Sergangenbetl. 

fpresent participle (pai'f'nt pi'^-t'-WpO 
'^■'^ l^lartiji'p btr ©egenwait. 

Vt. preu^tftt, Prussian (psKfib-'n). 

Pifib ptflbitati'p, predicatire (pa'-bft-'-tla). 

?rflf fitift'r. 35orfiIbe, prerti (pnl'filB). 

nr*a /present [tense] |pB«'f-*nt [UnfcP 

^ l^tafen», ©egenroart. 

prH. preterite (paf't-'ilt) ^Jiätt'ritum, 9rT|a«(nib(it 

pron, pronoun (pac'-naun) ^rono'men, {JQrtoort 

prot. prosody (paa'S-'-b*) ?)rofobie, 6ilbenmeflun|. 

{provinciali.sm (pa'-rol'n fdj'-llfml UroDirntali'lBi:?. 
einer ^rooin) etgcnlümlicber UuAOtutf. 
^„^ (preposition (pstp-»-fl'f(t)*n) 

'^^ l'Cräpofilio'n, 'UerbiltniJicort. 

$[|n ^erfonenname, personal nouo (p8<^^'a1 aiant. 

. (proTorb (pa4'iii-*'b) 

^ löpti(tn)ort, fpriitn&rtlitb« ltcb<iil«n 

Prt| prooenja'lifct. Provincial {pa*-ml'n|*l). 

R 

m« |9tcben<art, phraie, «xpreaaioo 

I(|«»i. •|{|.pn,'i(t).'n). 

RCK SiOdert U>4«tT. nu- ites). 

rrfl relleiiTo («•■Pt'f-fel») nilu«** 

rtaelm. . . njelmafeij, regular (a/jJ*-!**). 

rW religion (a* ll'brj-hi) 9!el;aio'«. 

rhtt rhetoric (a«'t*.*l() X^rt» r.i. Rtbrflint. 

rom romani|(ti, Kumanic (B'-mfn tV 

rftm. ..... T8mif(t. fiomao (Rc'-oi*ni. 

x-x Ti(tttgeT, more corrtcUy imc' f-a.'ft.t*L 

s 

f Pebe, man ffb». s«« (ID, r«*ir to («*.|l^ M). 

6 6<-.i», pagi- u'--a«i). 

t subataoUTetkfb |t*n-ll») Cii'bf sat)», ^b»«»»«! 

•« »tr'tulum. ' *i S*%(%Ufent. 

•* tcillceHkj; : nkwMtk' 

SC Walt« SceU (wlM t** UM; ti«»t. mi -iml. 

sea c tsss). 

C«rifl|L.. C *;- 1-. 4- <A*\. 

A/\<« 6an»<i4. 

(' leine, bis, om'i ibti, «•••'^ 



KIT 



(5l6Iurjunöcn — Abbreviations) 



separable (fee'^p-'-R'bl) trennbur; particularly in the 

case of compound verbs, to indicate that the prefix ad- 
mits of being severed from the verb in the conjugation, 

Sep ^ e.g. burd)lnutcn t-^-"), '\&) laufe iiird) — fteiit bfb. 6ei ju- 

fommengelefeten !8cr6cn, urn atisubeulen, bal Me !8oi(ü6e bfä 
3nfinitiD8 fi* in ter floniußation o6trtnnen fann; jffl. burc^» 
laufen 1'''-^), itb laufe burd) (»at- inseparable). 
jsubstanti'vum feminl'num, feminine noun 

*'' • ((fe'm-'-nln noun) tDetblictc§ ^auptroort. 

sg singular (fern'-gi'-l»') ©ingulorCiS), ©injat)!. 

SS. Shakespeare (fcfee'^f-fepl'; iramatittr, uet-ieie). 

Shropsh Shropshire (fd)Rö'p-fcÖ''; engliWe «rai[(5a!l). 

flanb flanbina'Difd), Scandinavian (6!in-b«-ne''-n3i»n). 

fir., fit .... ©anStrit, Sanscrit (fern-fetaU). 

si slang (felan') beionieie 5lu§biu(l?wei(e itgtnb einei 6tanbe«_ 

f-m feinem, to his, one's (tu I)lf, wSnf). 

fsiibstanti'viim masculi'num, masculine noun 

*'*" \ (mrfe-ti*-rm noun) männlicbeS ^ouptluort. 

fn fein (Setb), to be (t» bi). 

f-n feinen, his, one's (blf, w8nf). 

, (suhstanti'vum neu'trunt, 

*'" \neuter noun (njüM*' noun) fd(f)(ic6e§ §aupttt)ort. 

fog fogenannte(r, §), so-called (fe' lä(b). 

Somtsh. ... Somersetshire (6S''m-''-feet-fd)''; ensure (BratWaft). 

SP. Spenser (Bpe''n-&''; %ia)ttx, 1553-1599). 

fpon fpanifd^, Spanish (fetja^n-tf*). ^ 

, (substanti'pntnplura'le,-plnTa,\üo\iai'(ilü''-B.Hnaun) 

*'-P' \ ^auptmort in ber Smeljijat)!. 

fpr fpric^, pronounce (pR°-nou''n6). 

Sß Sheridan (fcfee'R-'-b'n; SJtama'titet, 1751 -isie). 

f-r feiner, of his, one's (»m l^lf, wBnf). 

f-§ f eine§, of his, one's (»W f)lf, w8nf). 

©t ©tabt, town (toun). 

Stafsh Staffordshire (%i¥\-'''a-'\i)*'; engiiWe «tafWaft). 

s.th something (p'm-iÄln') etma§. 

fubj fubiettiD(ifc^), subjective(ly) (Pb-bQe''I-t!tt)(-l''). 

subj subjunctive (pb-bQ8''n«t-tltt)) ©ub' »bet iJon-junltiö. 

fubft fubfiantioifd), substantive(ly) (P''b-6tän-tlm(-l«). 

fübb fübbeutfcb. South German (fsoTIi/j bgA'^m^n). 

Suf. Suffolk (feS'f-'I; enaliWe (StafWaft). 

sup superlative (fei"-D5'''-l*-tItt)) ©u'perlatit). 

surg surgery (p'''-bQ'-R*) SDßunb-arjncitunbe. 

surv surveying (^''-me'-ln«) Canbbermeffunfl. 

Sua Sussex (feS'^fe-'Ife; engliWe ©tofWafl). 

Svn fsynonym (fern-'-nlm) 

T 

T. Sted (li<*tei, 1773-1853). 

tel telegraphy (t'-le''9-R*-f'') Selcgrapljie, 

th thing (thin') 5Din9. 

thea theatre («W-'-t'') S^ea'ter. 

theol theology (<A«-8''l-'-bQ*) Sfieologie. 

TK. Tennyson (te'n-'-fe'n; Sifter, 1809-1892). 

trans transitive (tRlfn-fe'-tto) tranfitili. 

türl türtifc^, Turkish (to'^-flf*). [brudertunfl.| 

tj/p typography (iai-pi''g-R^') S^pograjj^ie, fBüd)=) 

u 

u unb, and (Snb, »nb, 'nb). 

U. U^Ianb {,%iä)ln, 1787-1862). 



,, „ ((»an 5Daten'CIoi)b>Can3enfd)eibt§ englif^e) Unter- 

"•'-" I rid)t§bricfe. 

Übf Überfe^ung, translation (tRänfe-Ie''-fc^'n). 

unanfi unanftänbig, indecent (In-bF-^'nt). 

/university (jü-n'-n)o'''-fe'-t*) ouf Uniberfitfiten üb» 

^^^^ \ lieber ?lu§brud ober beftel)enbe (Sinrictitung. 

urfpr urfprünglicö, original(ly) (»-Rl'bQ-'-n'l, .^n'-l'). 

/United States of America (iä-noi''-t'b fetetfe *m 



U.S. 



\ »-me'R-'-ta) SSereinigte Staaten Don 9lmerito. 



u.f.lo unb fo reeller, &c., and so on (änb B° on). 



Don, bom, of, by, from ('re, boT, fnom). 

V ve'rbum, verb (reS'b) Sfittf ort. 

V. S3ofe (2)i*ter, 17B1-1826). 

vja verb active (roB'b ä'f-tlm) tro'nfttiöe§ S^i'^Dort. 

vjaux auxiliary verb {I-gfri-J'-R" roB'b) ^ilfSäeitroort. 

Perl Pertürjt, abbreviated (ä-bRr-reie-t'b). 

öerfd) Perf(I)ieben(e, r, §), various (roS'-RO^). 

Perm Pcrreanbt, related (n'-le'-t'b). 

vet veterinary art (me't-'-R'-n'-R* ä'OSier'orjneifunbe 

Pgl Pergteicfte, compare (t'm-pa''')- 

vjimp /verb impersonal (reo'b Im-po'^-fe'-n'!) 

vlimpers. . \unperfönlid)e§ ^eiHuott. 

SSn SJornome, Christian name (iRrfe-ti'n nem). 

vin verb neuter (roo'b nju'-t") i'ntraniitipe§ 3"t*tiort. 

jmit „{)abcn" lonjugicrtcS tntranfitiüe§ Seitroort, 
vln.{f).) . . . ■! intransitive verb conjugated with "^aben"(in- 
y tRrn-fe'-tlro roo'b lö'n-bQ'-ge-t^b wWA ...). 

, ffn^ Z*"^* iiffi"" tonjugierteS intranfitit)e§ S^tlJort, 
/ • U i- • • \intransitive verb conjugated with "fein". 
«/« rf, „h J s/mit„l)aben"ob.„fein"£onju9ierte§intronf.3eitreort, 
' ■^^•'"'•'"^Untransitiveverbconjugatedwith"^Qben"or"fein". 

vo vowel (roau'-'I) Sota'!. 

virecip /reciprocal verb (r'- ^I'p-R"-!"! too'b) recipro'IeS Seit« 

vjrpr \ toort (butd^ fid) ob. ea. ausaebtüdt). 

virefi reflexive verb (R'-fle'f-llU) roo'b) refleji'oeS 3^ it^ort. 

w 

W »erben, to be (f bi), to become (b'-to'm). 

w. 2BieIanb (Siiftttr, 1733-1813). 

Wartcsh. . . Warwickshire (wö'R-'f-fc^"; enatiWe Biafii^oft). 

iDeftf reefifäüfrf), Westphalian (wefet-feMi'n). 

..^ /in reeiterem ©inne, 

"'"'® \in a wider sense (In » wat^b'' feenfe). 

Worct^ Worcestershire (wü''6-t''-f(^''; tnaiiW« StafWaft). 



Yorksh Yorkshire (jo'^t-fc^"'; enfllif*t «toffiJiafO. 



jS3 jum Seifpiel, for instance (f' i'n-fet'n^). 

zo zoology (f°-6''I-'-bQ«) goologie, Siertunbe. 

jf jufammen, together (t'-ge'rfÄ-''). 

jfgj jufammengcjogen, contracted (f'n-tRä'f-t'b). 

3ffg(n) .... /SufammcufetjungCen), _ 
3f.=f^gu JC. \compound word(s) (fö''m-paunb wö'b(l). 
jro jroifc^en, between (b'-tw/n). 



-3®C:— 



xr 



Detached Observations {a;':n;nVn"ä;i»;:r»:i'^ 2tbgeronÖerre ^cmerfimgcn 

Detached Observations. ?(()(icioiibcrtc i^cnicrtiiiincn. 



I'rpllmlnary Remark. The "Dflaehed Obtervaliont" 

to thu (Jrrinaii-y.utfUali part of the MuKtT-S4Nr)rRH are (fiven 
under the NiK'Dg Q9 to H, while those to the A'n,(7/i/rA-(jurnian 
part are undor ® to ®. S'\\gnn ® to ^j are therufore omittod ; 
this iü done for the nake of conformity with the Gomian- 
Frrneh Dictionary of Sachs-Villattk, so that the "D'taihed 
Observations" o»; and the following have one aud the lame 
meanlnt; in both dictionarie«. 



Sorbrnittfung. Xic VbgtfonbcrtcR 9cB(t(ia|<a 

jum Dorlifgcnben Btutjdj'tnjl. ittic btl Vlurd'SanhfT« 
umjafitn Mt 'Jlummtrn M — Ä. £ie Hbjti. lot;:-,. |i::r. t ngl: '^• 
txut|d)tn 2(il( btl !U2ui(t*6an&(T« g(Un oa^tgrn nut »mi 
(D— '•). lit^lra. ® — *^ fallen tfmnodj au», cul arf^|t 
b<T Qb(T(inpimmung mit brm &cutf(t>'frän|. Vrnlon Mn ea^l* 
3) i Hatte IjalbtT, {o bo^ bit flbgcf. 'f nncTt;:ngai # mk flg»f 
in btibcn genannten SUörtcibü(t)eni rintrlri ScOenlnni' 



Table of the Conjugation. Koiijugatioiis (Tabelle. 

I. 

@ Auxiliary Verbs. J^ilföjf ittDörtpr. 

a) fein (to bo). 
Primitive Tcuses. (£tnfad)c 3citcn. 

INDICATIVE Onbifotio). 



»g, id) bin 

bu bifi 

" die, eö) ifl 
pi. roir fmö 

'\\)T jeib 

fie finb. 

Imperatict 

(;iBptiatl») : 
fei, ftib. 



Perftrt 

(iprifttlaiu): 

id) bin genefen. 

Firil I'ulurt 

(ffuluiuB I): 

\ä) iDerbe fein. 

I'll»! Jnfinilivf 
Qcmcfen iein. 



Imperfect (anptifiltuB): 
sff. id) tDOi 
bu ^ (e)fi 
er 
pi. roir -. en 
i|)t ,. (e)t 
fie ^ en. 
Infinitive lYettnt 
(anfiliili» tfi Olfafii»«!) : 
jein. 

Compound Teuses. 

INDICATIVE. 

I riuperferl 

I IVial4uaB9(it(tiugi): 

id) icui gcroeien. 

Second Iitture 

(Jutuium li): 

id) neibe gemefen fein. 

Future Infinitiv* 

CSnhntlie tn £ulu>fl): 

fein nuerbdi. 



SUBJUNCTIVE (ÄoninnftiB). 
Frutnt (9takal): \ Imperfect (3a«nfitiaa) i 



«9. id) fei 
bu ^(e)fi 

R « 

pi. nit « en 
i^T ^et 

fit ..en. 

Pretent I'ariieijt/e 

(9aitv|l> ttx ••aniBail): 

feienb. 



•y. id) ndrt 
bu isdi(e)fl 
er ndrc 
p/. nil todren 
i|)T DAnt)t 
fit »Aren. 
iWf tariieipi* 
(•«clitt» >«i C<Ti«>«mMl): 
gcnKJen. 



3u)ammcnacic(}te Reiten. 

SÜBJÜNCTITI. 
Perfect 

(f cllcnia) : 

id) f(i genxjcn 

I'iret Condtti'iital 

(flciiMltniatil I): 

id) ic&tbe iein. 

I'att I'ariietpl» 

(V*iii|ip I't 'I' 

\ gen 



i4 sate gcneicn. 
Steomd Conduiommt 

i(t adxU ftaefcR itia. 

Futur* I'^rttrtpi» 

|ff«nu>> Hi Aa(Wl)t 

\ ton iveifeaik 



b) Ijttben (to have). 
Primitivo TvuMcs. (finiadic ji^itcn- 



INDICATIVE (OnbitatiD). 
Present (Diiltul): I Imprrfert UBpfitcltaa) : 



SUBJUNCTIVE (ftonmntti»). 
Pr***nt («TtInK): Imytrftcl 



«•J. 



/•/ 



*g. id) babe 
bu baft 

er ([ie, c«) bat 
roir Ijaben 
ibr bab(e)t 
fie boben. 

hnprt aliv* 
Onptiallk): 

babe, bab(e)l 



<y. id) l)iitic 

bu ~ fi 

er 
pl. luir ^ n 

ibi -> I 

üt « n. 

Infinitive ISrtrnI 
(Jnnaili* Ifl Okjcnnail): 

baben. 



V- 



/>'. 



id) babe 
bH « f) 
ft ^ 
nir 
ibr 
lit 



I 



« n 
^ t 
« n. 

I^rtifipl* 

;tibcu^ 



i4 wu 

" bu - H 

ft 

pL Bit ., n 

ibt « t 

Re .. n. 

rmtt Fmrtirtpl* 



CompoiiiKl TeiiscH. 

INDICATIVK. 
Perfect Piuperftct 

i(b babe gcb>ibt. iA batle gcbabl. 

Fir»i Futur* Second Future 

(ttulatum II (aalaiaa 11) 

i(( ivetbe batni. i(b neibc gcb«bt baben. 

Pittt Infinitive 

(3nnnlii» kfi rfTa.i"4f»ttH)i 

gtbabt boben. 



3ufaintn«nacf(tltc ^oo* 

SLUJLSCWVK. 

td) b^ 
Id) 



t1mp*rfe^ 



4 •«!%« f<%«^ 



xa 



II 






XVI 



Detached Observations {B;"ltn"^^^^^^^^^^ ?(bge|on6em 23emergungen 



INDICATIYE OnbifQttb). 



c) tocrbcn (to be). 
Primitive Tenses. @infad)e 3citcn. 



SUBJUNCTIVE (Äonjimttiö). 



Present (aSiSfenS) 
Mg. t4 werbe 

bii roiril 

er (fic, eS) ttitb 
pi, ftir rocrben 

i^r roerbet 

fie roerben. 

Imperative 

(SmtittatiB) : 
iDcrbe, iDerbet. 



Perfect 
(?>etfeftuin) : 

i^ bin geroorben. 

First Future 

(tJuturum l) : 

ti^ toerbc werben. 

Past Infinitive 

(SnfitiitiB bcr SStrgongen^eit) : 

geworben fein. 



Imperfect (amtjeTfellum) : 
sff. ii) würbe (ic^ ©orb) 

bu ~ ft (bu ~ H) 

et ~ (et ~ ) 

pi. wit ~ II 

i^t ^ t 

fie », n. 

Infinitive Present 

(SnRnUtb bet fficgtnttart) : 
Werben. 

Compound Tenses. 

INDICATIVE. 

Pluperfect 

(«Plusquarapuftftum) : 

id) war geworben. 

Second Future 

(gfntUTum n): 

iii werbe geworben fein. 

Future Infinitive 

(Snfinitit) bet Sufunft) : 

\ Werben werben. 



Present («Ptäfens): 
sg. iäi werbe 
bu ~ fi 
et 
pi. wit ~ n 
i^t ~ t 
fie ~ n. 
Present Participle 
(SJartiaip bcr ffieaentoart) : 

werbenb. 
3ttfaiitmengefc^te 3citcn. 

SUBJUNCTIVE. 
Perfect 
(sperfettum) : 
ii) fei geworben. 

First Conditional 

(Ponbitionalil I): 

i^ Würbe werben. 

Past Participle 

(iPortijip ber ajttaangcn^cit) : 

\ geworben feienb. 



Imperfect (Smpettettum) : 
sg. ict) Würbe 

bu .. ft 

er 

pi. wit ^ n 

i^r -^ t 

fie ~ n. 

Past Participle 

(Xaiiiji)) btr Scrsangen^cit) : 
geworben. 



Pluperfect 

(ipiuSquampeifettuir.) ; 

ic^ ware geworben. 

Second Conditional 

(ftonbitionalig n) : 

\ä) würbe geworben fein. 

Future Participle 

(iPattiiiiti bei Sufunft): 

\ Werben werbenb. 



II. 



Strong Conjugation. Konjugation edUv {ftav^tv] JTorm. 



The ancient or strong verbs change the radical vowel 
both in the impf., which is without any particular termination 
in thel**and H'^p.sg., but with the „umlaut" in the subjunctive 
mood and in the p.p. ending in ...en (for instance: binben; 
tmpf. banb, and p.p. gebunben). — On the contrary the verbs 
of the weak conjugation, without changing the radical 
vowel, are terminated in ...(e)te and ...et (for instance: 
beten — betete — gebetet 

As for the omission of the inflectional e in the ter- 
minations ...t% ...et in the pres. they follow the rules of 
the weak conjugation; see @a, b, c. 

NB. All exceptions are to be found in the Dictionary. 

First Class 



5Die alten ober flarfformigen 3f'-ttt)örter lauten ab, b. ^. fie 
berwonbeln ben Stamm« ober aßurjel'öofal fowotil im 3mpcrfett, 
baS in ber 1. u. 3. p.ag. feine befonbcre (inöung t)at unb im 
ßonjunttiö ben Umlaut annimmt, wie in bem auf ...en au§' 
gc^enben p.p. (j33. binben — bonb — gebunben). — dagegen 
neljmen bei ben neuen ober fdjwa^formigen 3"twörtern baS 
impf, unb p.p. ot)ne Sßeränbcrung beS ©tammoofalS bic 
(Snbung ...(c)tc unb ...et an (jiö. beten — betete — gebetet) 

Sn Scjug auf bie SBeglaüung be§ ißiegungl'e in öen Snbungen 
...eft, ...et im ifiräfenS gilt baöjelbe wie bei bcr jdjwacöen ßonjugation 
naä) bem ber 3ufinitiD»(Jnbung oorangel)cnben l'aut; f. @ a, b, c. 

NB. 9([Ie 2lu§na()men fiet)e im 2Bbrterbuc6. 



(Impf, with a (u) or in the radical. Participle with U, or e in the radical.) 



(20;a. binben. 


ACTIVE VOICE (Slftiü). 




Primitive Tenses. (Sinfodfic 3citcn. 


INDICATIVE. SUBJU^ 


rcTIVE. 


Present: 


Imperfect: 


Present : 


Imperfect: 


sg. t(^ binbe 


sg. ieb bonb 


sg. iä) binbe 


sg. ieb biiube 


bu .. it 


bu ^ (e)ft 


bu ^ ft 


bu ~ ft 


er, fie, e§ ..t 


er, fie, e§ ^ 


er, fie, e§ ~ 


er, fie, e§ ~ 


pi. Wit ^ n 


pl. wit ~ en 


pl. wit ^ n 


pl. wir ~ n 


ibt -V t 


ibt ~ et 


ibt ~ t 


ibr ~ t 


fie .. n. 


fie ^ en. 


fie ~ n. 


fie ~ n. 


Imperative : 


Infinitive Present: 


Present Participle: 


Past Participle: 


binbe, binbet. 


binben. 


binbcnb. 


gebunben. 


Compound Tenses. Sufamtnengefe^te Seiten. 


INDICATIVE. SUBJUIn 


fCTIVE. 


Perfect : 


Pluperfect : 


Perfect: 


Pluperfect: 


\i) })abi gebunben. 


id) t)otte gebunben. 


i(^ bobe gebunben. 


id) b^ttt gebunben. 


First Future: 


Second Future: 


First Conditional: 


Second Conditional: 


14 ffieibe binben. 


\i) werbe gebunben baben. 


ii) Würbe binben. 


iä) Würbe gebunben ^abeu. 


PASSIVE VOICE («Paffiti). 


IMPERATIVE: wetbe gebunben, werbet gebunben. 


INDICATIVE. SUBJU^ 


rCTIVE. 


Present: 


Pluperfect : 


Present : 


Pluperfect: 


iä) wetbe gebunben. 


t4 Wat gebunben (wotben). 


\i) werbe gebunben. 


iä) wäre gebunben (wotben). 


Imperfect : 
xi) wutbe (ob. warb) gebunben. 


First Future: 
la) wetbe gebunben wetben. 


Imperfect: 
\6) Würbe gebunben. 


First Conditional: 

id) wutbe gebunben werben. 




Second Future: 




Second Conditional: 


Perfect: 


id) wetbe gebunben (worben) 


Perfect: 


itb Würbe gebunben (worben) 


iit bin gebunben (Worben). 


fein. 


id) fei gebunben (wotben). 


fein. 


Present Infinitive: 


Future Infinitive: 


Past Participle: 


gebunben werben. 


\ Werben gebunben werben. 


gebunben (worben) feienb. 


Past Infinitive: 


Present Participle: 


Future Participle: 


gebunben (w 


orben) fein. 


gebunben 


werbenb. 


}u binben (or a 


ttributively ju binbenb).* 



* J», bet 



fttanj ift etft }u binben; bei ju binbenbe Ptanj. 



xvu 



Detached Observations (Sn" 

Infiniliie. 



'' \ 7lbc\c\'onbevxe Scmcrfuntrfn 



*^Ojb (jjinnen 



Indicative i' 



Imptrfaet 

IndicAtire. I SabjonetiTe. 



bmptratUa. ' r<i*/ PnriiritJ^ 



Kg. id) föinnt, bu ipinnft)|l, rr fpinn(t)l | i4 fponn(') ' id) jpihine (*^) 
pi. toil fptniicn, W^x fpinti(c)t, fie ipmiirn i | 



••«t (ctHonni I — I 



2(np fommtn 



«^. id) fommc, bu (ommß (tSmmfi), rr 

tommt (tömmt) 
pi. mir lommcii, i^ii (omm(c)t, fie tommcn 



id) fain (-) iii fame (•^•') 



l«mm(') 



•tfMniail<^ 



(2o)d 



nrl^mtn 

totrfen 

beft^Int 



»5' 
p/. 

»</ 

p/. 

»7 
pi. 



id) brtd)(, bu brid)f1, (i bridjt ; idl biad) i-) 
Dir bT(d)(n, itir br(d;(e)t, fie bredien 

id) nr^me, bu nimmf}, er nimmt id) na^im (-) 

luii uet)men, \\)X nrbmlelt, fic ne()men | 

id) tDfrfe, bu »iti|i, er roirft I itf) morf {*) 

toir iDerfen, i|)r Derf(e)t, fte nerfen I 

id) belfble, bu befifblfJ. tr beftcMt I id)beftt^l(--) 

toir bcjctilcn, i|)r betct)lic)t, fic beie()len i 



i« bro^e (^-) \ brid) [*) 

I bre4(e)t (*) 

iib nä^nu C-^) | nimm (') 

ntbmlelt (^f") 



i« »ftife (^) 
i(b befäble (-£-) 



»in {') 

»a1(e)t (-»(-) 

bcfifbl (-^) 
bc|t«l(<Jt C^-) 



gCSMIBOl («^~t 



ninmra f^. 
(Ii(|ni *i?, 
fric^ca «p 



2(ne. 



fliffetn 

fitben 

laufen 
flci^trn 



pi- 

»g, 



»g. 

pi- 

•9- 
pl. 

ig. 
pi. 



id) tlimme, bu nimm(c)fl, er tlimm(e)t ' td)noinni(') 
mir tlimmcn, ibr llimm(e)t, fit Ilimmen 

id) fliffet, bu flieStfl (o»ft (liefet), a fliegt id) fJofe {*) 
iDir fliegen, i^t [licfe(e)t, fie flieBcn 

id) trirdie, bu (ried)(e)fi (t unb |ift. en. i(b trod) (^) 
trcud)fl: -'), er lried)(c)t (t nnb gtb. c»t. i 
treudjt:-') | 

loir lricd)(n, it)r fried)(()t, fte (riedxn 

id) flirfee, bu giefeefl (\ fliefet; t anb vi- I i(b goft (') 

6pt. flcufeell, geufet), er flitb{«)t (t ».»e». 

e»T. fleufe(e)tl 

Dir gießen, i^r gicfi(e)t, fie gießen 

id) fiebe, bu fiebejl, er fiebet 
mir fieben, ibr fic&et, fie fieben 



id) foufe, bu fäuff), er fduft 
Dir laufen, it)r fauf(e)t, fie faufen 
id) flrd}te, bu flid)|t)|t, er flid)t 
Dir fledjtcn, ibr fled)tet, fie |Ied)ten 



i* fott {*) 
id) fiebete 

I* f»ft (*) 



i4 flimme (*~) | Ifimmr (*«) •«. 
tlimm (') 



iib fUffe (*~l 
id) fröd)e (■*-) 

i* gBffe (*-) 



id) fafte (*-> 
id) jitDete [-•"-') 

I* föffe (•»-) 



' icflmaca C^- 



fctu^ui ("^1 



fliefct (H *rt 
flitfc (^) 

(Tic(b< (^>') itd 

frieibl^): 

t «at i«». Cn. ' 

treutb (-) 
' giefcc (--) •*« gctflai M 
gi«M^»; 

t lU |<|. Cyt. 1 

fltb< (^~) •** 
ficb (^) 



irftHni l-^-i 
gcfiebct l"^-) 



fauf (i) 
id) fi»ätt (*) \ i4 flü<ttt i*^) I fleibte (-t^) «*n 

l»«<bt (*) 



20 V. 



biegen 
bieten 

lign 



glm 

ItUrra 



«p. id) biege, bu bieg(e)ft (t a. it«. C>t. bcugcfl), 

tr btifl(elt (t unb a»». 6pt. btugle)!) 
pi. Dir biegen, ibr bi(gie)t, fie biegen 

9ff. id) bitte, bu bietefl (t ■. »%• e»i. btutfi, 
»% b(ufl), er bietet (t i. sd- c»i- beut) 
pi. Dir bieten, ibr bietet, fie bieten. 

«p. id) )itb(, bu lieljfi (t )eud)fl), er |iebt 
pi. Dir lieben, ibr |ieb(e)t, fie {irben 

»g. id) liige, bu tüg(e)f» (t leugfl), er iag(t)t 
pi. »ir lOgtn, ibr IQs(t)t, ftt IQgtn 



i(b bo« (-) 

iib bot (-) 

id) |og 1^) 
i4leg(^) 



i4 bite (^») 

i(b bitt (^>') 

i* life (^«) 
id) Ö«c IH 



bit«e(M(t«rt 
|i«.«»t.b(ug:') 

biett (--) 

(tHb|l|.C»t. 

bcnl:-^) 
litbtl^-),) 

It«. |eu^ 
»«c (*-) (t M* 

••I^C«i.It«a:'t) 






@R 



•y. id) (lore, bu gar(t)fi (t gierf»), er gflrt 

(t gifrt) 
pi. Dir gdren, ibr gflT(e)t, fie gdren 

tg. id) gel'äre, bu gebitrf) (gcbar(c)ß), fit 
gebittl (\ gebaret) 
I pi. Dir gebaren, ibr gebdr<e)t, fit gebdrtn 

IdjDoren ' »g. id) fitDÖre, bu fd)n)&r(elfi, er |dim&r(e)t 
I />/. luir id)iD5ren, ibr |d)Di)r(c)l, fie |d)D6ren 

IdtnOttbcnl ig. id)f(bnaube,buf(bnaut<(()fi,erld)iiaubie)t 

I pi. Dit fdinauben, ibr |d)naub(e)t, fic fitnauben 

Mroubtn .«';. id) fd)raube, ^u |d)raub(e)fi, er ' i 

, />/. iDirldjeaubcn, ibrid)taub(()t, |;. ,. .i 

id) Dtbe, bu iveb(e)|), tr Deb(t)t 
»ir mebtn, ibr Deb|e)t, fie neben 



t4 gOT (') ' i(b girt (^^) | gdre (-^) 



i4g(bar(''-') i4 gtbor» {--«V 

ttIi«Ma. Mkl: 
I dQi.'x gcbiltcn 

i(b fd)DOr('')iitfft)>i't)[( (''')»» 
•» f<6mur(')' i*»utt t''-) 

i4id)nob(^)i«. i(bfd)n«bc(*'')«ik 
|<tnaubie(''~)| f(tnauNc)tc 
iitfitrob (^y i(bf«Ti)b« (-'-).% 
•». fd)raubt( I fdjtaubiote 



|tbi(T (^) im 
gebin ("■'»') 

f(b»&rt (^>')iin 

f4»«t (') 
fAnaabt ('<•) t* 

f^aaub ('') 

t«K««b(-) 






(»i-l 






l'(nh. fditrtn 



«^. id) ld)rre, bu fd)irrfl (fd)rT(e)|l), rr fAirtt 
pi 



(|rt)frt) 

Bir fd)eren, ibr fitrrielt, fit fdierta 



mi 



bitten 



fi^rn 



(2»)k Htgtn 



«g. id) biltt, bu bitlcR. er bittet 
pi. Dir bitten, ibr bittet, fie bitten 

«7. i4 fide, bu fi^efi ittn fiki), tr fl|l 
pi. Dir ft|(n, Ibr ft|(c)t, fit fiuen 

*g. id) litfle. bu Iie(t(e)R, er lie-, e't 
' pi. Dir liegen, ibt lugieü, i-.e i.r^en 



U|»ob(^).» 
»eb(i)l( 

14 f<b«T m 
littetto) 



i4 DÜbe 1 
•«btt)U (•("»>» 

i« t4ln [H 
f4«n()te 






ttwebtctt ( — t 



i4bci(') i4biH(i-i 



i« m (') 



i4 file ('-) 



i4la|(<) {i4ll|t(H 



bUH t**) ff*t«ai i-^) 



xr- 



it'i 



XVill 



Detached Observations {&ri„tn"kXiyS^^^^^^^^^ atbgefonberte Semerfungen 





Infinitive. 


Indicative Present. 


Imperfect 
Indicative. Subjunctive. 


Imperative. 


Past Participle 


@'- 


lefen 

geben 
treten 


sg. \i> lefc, bu liep (t ur.b cefi. ©»r. liefeft), 

er lieft (t unb «eS. 6|)r. liefet) 
pi. tt)ir Icfen, il)r lef(e)t, fie lefen 

sg. xi, gebe, bu gi^bji (^ ; >*), er gi(e)bt (^ ; ^) 
pi. mir geben, ibr geb{e)t, fie geben 

sg. xi, trete, bu trittft (•i), er tritt (^'J 
pi. loir treten, i^r tretet, fie treten 




i* toS (^) 

i* gob (^) 
i* trat (-ij 


i(b läfe (-t-) 

ii^ göbe (■^-) 
i* träte l-^-) 


lies (-^ ) 
lef(c)t (^{-) 

gicb (^) 
geb(e)t (H-) 

tritt (-^1 
tretet (--) 


gelefen ("-") 

gegeben ("-") 
getreten ("-") 


(20)m. 


effen 


tg. i4 effe, bu ifet (t u. v^n. s*r. a. : bu iffefl), 

er ifet (t XL. v% epr. o. : iffet) 
pi. mir effen, i^r eßt (effet), f« effe« 


id) ttfe (-t) 


i^ öfee (-") 


iM-*) 
effet (•i-) 
efet (i) 


gegeffen (">'") 
\ geffen (^s-) 



2^ Class. {Infinitive with et «n the radical. Imperfect and Past Participle with i in the radical.) 





belfeen 


sg. xii beifee, bu beifeejt (oa* beifet), er bei^(e)t 
pi. ttir beifeen, i^r beiMe)t, fie beiden 


i* bife (^) 


i* biffe (^-) 


bei fee (-") ober 
beife (-J) 


gebiffen (">*") 


(20)n. 


fi^reiten 


sg. i* f freite, bu ft^reiteft (S f^reitfi), cr 

fcbreitct 
pi. toir fc^reiten, it)r fcbreitet, fte fc^reitcn 


xi) f c^ritt i^) 


icb fc^ritte (^i-) 


f^reite (^-) 
(\fd)reit:-^) 


gef^ritten ("'^") 




f(i^neiiien 


sg. irf) fdineibe, bu f(5ncibe|t, er f(bneibct 
pi. ttir fc^neiben, i^r fd)neibet, fie fcbneiben 


i4f*mtt(>5) 


xii \itvxiit (•i-) 


fdjneibe (-") ot. 
fcbneib (^) 


gef^nitten (->'") 


(20)0. 


Uleiben 


sg. icb bleibe, bu bleib(e)ft, er bleib(e)t 
pi. ttir bleiben, i^r bleib(e)t, fie bleiben 


id) blieb (^) 


xi) bliebe (■'-) 


bleibe (-") ober 
bleib (^) 


geblieben («-«) 



3"^ Class. (Impf, with ie, i or u in <Äe radical; the radical vowel of the infinitive is unvaried in the p.p.) 



(t) 


faUen 
fottgen 
fiofeen 
Iblafen 


sg. xi) faüe, bu fünft, er fällt 

pi. mir fallen, il)r fall(e)t, fie foUen 

sg. xi) fange, bu föngfi, er fängt 

pi. mir fangen, i^r fong(e)t, fie fangen 

sg. xi) flofee, bu flöfeeft (ober ftöfet), er ftöfet 
pl. mir ftofeen, i^r ftoMe)t, fie ftofeen 

sg. xi) blofe, bu blttfefj (ober bläft), er blöfl, 
pl. mir blafen, i^r blafet (ob. bloft), fie blofen 


i« fiel (^) 

i* fing (-*) 

id) ftiefe (^) 

itb Mies (^) 
Pi(bblu§(-^) 


id) fiele (^-) 
xi) finge (■^^) 
xi) fliefee (^-j 
xi) btiefc {H 


falle (^") ober 

fott («ij 

fange (>'") ober 
fang («f) 

fiofee (-") ober 

m (-) 

blofe (■'") 


gefallen (">*") 
gefangen (-^''") 
geftofeen ("-^) 
geblofen ("-") 


(g),. 


tufen 
i^auen 


sg. xi) rufe, bu ruf(e)ft, er ruf(c)t 
pl. mir rufen, ibr ruf(e)t, fie rufen 

sg. xi) baue, bu bau(e)ft, er bou(e)t 
pl. mir bauen, if)r t)au(e)t, fie Ijauen 


id) rief (^) 
(A t rufte) 

xi) bieb (^) 
(A baute) 


xi) riefe (-f-) (A 
t ruf(e)te) 

i* biebe (^") 
(A bau(e)te) 


rufe (-") ober 

ruf (^) 

baue (-") ober 

bau (^) 


gerufen ("-«) 

gebouen (>'-«) 
(A gebau(e)t) 


@;r. 


fi^Iagen 
fi^affen 
toaf(f)en 
barfen 

fragen 


sg. xi) \i)\a%t, bu fdllögfl, er f^Iägt 

pl. mir fc^lagcn, iljr fcbIog(e)t, fie fcbtagen 

sg. xi) f(6offe, bu f4aff(e)ft, er fcbaif(e)t 
pl. mir fcbaffen, x[)x fcboff(e)t, fie f^affeu 

sg. xi) mof^e, bu möfcbeft (mäfdjt), er mäfcbt 
pl. mir mafcben, i^r mafc^(e)t, fie mafd)en 

sg. id) hait, bu biirffi (»entger aut barfft), cr bädt 
pl. mir baden, it)r bad(e)t, fie baden 

sg. xi) frage, bu fragft (ttcnigcr gut : frägft), 

er fragt (bib. norbbeutf* auti): |rägt) 
pl. mir fragen, i^r frag(e)t, fie fragen 


itb f cbtug {^) 
i« f<b«f ( ') 

i^ roufd) (-, 
\^) 

xi, buf (-i) 

(ieW ofi: 
badte L^-]) 

id)fragte(-") 

(6|b. norbb. 0.; 

frug L^J) 


i(b fcblüge (^-) 
i* fibüfe (-") 
i^ müfdjc (-", 
i(b büte i--} 

icb fragte (i") 

(bjb. norbb. a. : 

ftüge l^-]) 


fcbloge {-") ober 

fcblQG (-) 

fd)affe l'^^) ober 

fcbaff (^) 

mof^e l-^) ober 

mofd) (•i) 

bade ( ^^ ) ober 
büd i^) 

frage 1-^-) 


gef plagen (---) 
gef^affen ("'*>') 
gemof(J)en (->*") 
gebaden {-•*") 

(»eniger gut: 

gebodt [""'J) 
geftogt (-■') 



i**" Class. (Infinitive with t in the radical. — @s: Impf. ...tng, p.p. ...ong »n <Äe radical. — 

^t: /»jj)/". and ^.p. ...anb in the radical.) 



(20)s. 


ge^en 


«y. itb gebe, bu geb(e)fl, er geb(e)t 
pl. mir ge^en, i^r get)(e)t, fie geben 


\i) ging (•*) 


icb ginge (>*") 


gcb (-), au* 
gebe (-"J 


gegangen (">*-) 


(20),. 


fielen 


sg. xi) pebe, bu fieb(e)ft, er fteMe)t 
pl. mir ftelien, ibr ^e^(e)t, fie fteben 


i(bftonb('*), 
t flunb 


xi) flSube («»"), 
faft t flünbe (>»") 


ficb (^), au* 
ficbc (^") 


geflanben (">'") 



SOL 



Detached Observations {Srm^ran'^»^:^^^^^ 2ibgeronöerre 23cmcrCiingen 



III. 



New (weak) Conjugation. IRonjnnation nnirr ffcfiiuacfifri JForm. 





Infinitiv*. 


Indicativt I^etent. 


Imperfect 
Indicative. SuhjanctlTe. 


Imptratim^, 


Fmat Pariitipl» 




boacn 


ig. idb bane, bu bau(e)ft, ex bauf()t 
pi. »it bautn, iljr bQu(t)l, fic boiifii 


id) bau(cjte 


idj boutte (-^ — J 


boue l- J 8!«: 

bflst^i 


ItUmityt f»'(^) 


@a 


Irben 


ag. id) itbc, bu (cb((lfl, (t l(b(()t 
pi. »ir Itbtn, ibr ltb(f)t, fit Icbtn 


i« leb(t)t( 


i4 ttb(r)t( 


Ufce(H 


tdAte)trV; 




foatn 


sg. id) loU, bu loUP. « loQ 

pi. toir {oUcn, ibi joQ(()t, fx foQtn 


iAIoaiti*-) 


i4 foait e") 


(oDr (^) ft«! 
foO ('> 


m4 •if. : felfli 


N6. 1. The bracketed t are mostly omitted in the ttTle not 
elovat<'d. - 2. The Tcrlis ciidinp in ...irrm (...-", e.g. 
rofitrcn: --") are formud without the prefix gt... 


NB. 1. tie einfltflammcrtm t blctben in ^rr n;±t'9t!;rbfnfB 6»t. 
meifl roeg. — 2. £ic rajuxni: 
---J bleiben im/>a#' ; . ; __ ^gr— 


(i?)b bftrn 


tg. \&i bt!t, bu betffi, et bttft 
pi. wit bctdt, ibr bcttt, fic bctcn 


t4 brtftf i* bdrte (^-«) 


bdf (i-), HI». 
bft(^) 


icftcttt {^^^) 




rtlini 


»g. id) rtijc, bu Tcijtß (•». itijt), n Tci|(r)t 
pi. roir rtijcn, ibr rtij(e)t, fi« ««itn 


i(l)ret|tt('^«) 14 retj(e)tf 


tti|c(H 


inriitc 




»aflen 


»g. id) pQfIt, bu l>anffl (iort pafjt). er Dofet 
J»/, »ir pQfjtn, ibr poffet (poötj, fie pofjen 


id)pa6tt('<-) 


i« pafete (^-) 


»a||ef'-l 


|«HttM) 


@. 


tnuifitn 


ig. i(t niiicffr, bu mud|tfl (tan: mudfl), cr 
mudft (muctftt) 


id) mutfftt 


i4i mudftt l*") 


mudft r-) 


lOBWWl"^» 




pl.nu mudfen, ibr mud|t (gibttm au4: 
tnudjct), fie mudfen 












toun|i1)rn 


sg. id) rorinfdjr, bu iDQnfdjcft (tiari: iDQnfi^t), 

er iDiinid)lt)t 
pi. mx tuünjdjen, ibr toanfctilejt, fic nOnf^en 


tit mOnfitte 


id) rofinfd)(e)te 


iDflnf^ (M 


«t»flaM(tlt 


NB. The bracketed r 


are mostly omitted in the sty le not elevated. 


NB. Sic cingedammeTttn t bleiben in bn nitbtft^ Cpt. an| Mf. 




toanbein 


»g. id) n)anb(t)lt, bu nanbrlft, cr roanbrlt 
pi. mir maubeln, ibr iDanbrlt, fie ivanbeln 


id) roanbtUr 


i4 nanbritr 


rooiiblf ('-) 
»anbcit (^) 


(ODanbcIt i*«^) 


0d. 


iiianbtrn 


ag. id) n)anblr)rr, bu roanDrrft, cr roanbrrt 
pi. nil loanocrn, iljr ipanDrrt, fic toan&ern 


iit roanbtrtt 


id) nonbrrtt 


»anbrt (*^> 
roanBtrl (*>•) 


ICMiitotI t^^l 


atuttn 


»g. id) atmr, bu atmrft. er atmrt 
pi. roir atmen, ibr atmrt, fie atmen 


id) atmttt 


i4 aimrtt 


fltmr (--» 
atmtl I'-) 






fegnrn 


«9. id) fegne, bu fennrfl, cr fegnrt 
pi. toil jcgnen, ibr jc^uitt. fic fegncn 


iit fcgnttr 


i(b fegntttl---) 


icfliic t-'-i 
jegnet (--) 


l«ft|«lr--> 



Irregular Conjugation. 1Uurföflniä)iiöf Hioujuöalion. 



©'■ 



bringen 
brennen 
brntcn 



(^ 



T 



«9. id) bringe, bu bringlelfl, er bringit)! iit braute idi braditr (^ 
pl. roir briiiijen, ibr bnngult, fic biiigcii ' (*^) 



Mg. id) brenne, bu brennfl, cr brennt i4 brannte 

pl. »ir brennen, ibr brennicit. fie brennen (*-) 

*g. id) ben(c, bu bcnt|e)fi, cr benit, iid)ba4)U('~) 
pi, mit bcnten, ibt ben((t)l, fir beuten 



idi brrnnu ir bicni- 
i(t bü4>l( (^) 



bmf l*» 



1-»» 



t-^i 



(-*t 



"V ^ U/. Kit t^uuln, iU t^uiOt, ji< iHOn |«a«t^t(^) 



^?M- 



.«r, I idtn H) 



bttrfen 

fönnen 

miigen 
ntiDni 
»i|Hn 



«y. id) barf, bu barffl, er barf 

pl. roir burjcn, ibr buiflc)!, fic fiuricn 

»g. id) (ann, bu tannfl, er (ann 

pl. mir tonnen, ibr ttfnnielt, fie tonnen 

»g. id) mag i- twi •*), r r mag 

^. ivir mögen, ibr nio^; ogcn 

»g. id) mui) l-*), bu mnlit. er mult 

pl. Bir muffen. ibcmut;t(\mQi|cil,flrmintn 

»g. id) rorifi (-^1, bu roriM. er rorik 

pl. »ir roljjen, ibr roifcl (•». »ijfct). f\e oiffen 



i4 bnrftc I i4 birftt (->-) 



iAttnnlec^) i4 (Nait (^) 



i^mf^ttt^) 
i^mnlttlH 
i4»n|tt(M 



i« m14ic (•*«) bHca'"' 

i4»l|t*<'''> •ii«i'«i*a.». 



itiHi^) 



Mrtea 



l< 



»»1 •■' 



-V« 



N'H. The pp. haTinit Iho sam« form with Ü\< 
mndo Udo of in \\\t> ro-i**IIihI impropiT a 
ft<>Ti>riiiMir tho (inv \«iihout .|u 

Wftttctbud) bcf v<i' • "> P •"'. f»' 

et bat cS grfonut. et but tt iidun) (onnrn). 



NB. tu ^m 
•it4> tflt 



1'^.. « it*l <* |((i#HBU U «4i U \i^»Mi 



XX 



Detached Observations {SaaSrJS^^^^ 2(bgeron6erte 23emereungen 



22)d. 



Infinitive. 



fenben 
nennen 



Indicative Present. 



sg. i4 fcnbe, bu fenbcjl, et fcnbct 
pi. mir jenben, iljt fcnöet, fic jeiiben 
sg. la) nenne, bu nenn(e)|l, er ncnn(e)t 
pi. toil nennen, il)t nenn(e)t, fie nennen 



Imperfect 
Indicative. I Subjunctive. 



Imperative. 



icfe fenbete 
fanbte (•i^) 

\ä) nannte 



iä) fenbete (>'"") 
id) nenn(e)te 



fenbe ('^") 
nenne (>*") 



Past Participle 



gefenbet (">*") 
gejanbt («>*) 

genannt (">*) 
(t genennet) 



V. 



Conjugation of compound verbs. 



Compound verbs in which the primary accent lies on the 
prefix, are separable; those in which the primary accent 
lies on the radical verb, are inseparable, for instance : o'n« 
fa'ngen (^'*") is a separable compound verb (sep.); umfa'ngen 
fv"i«) is inseparable (*««<■/).) ; see "Abbreviations" (p. ...). In 
pres., impf., and imperative of the sep. verbs in a principal 
sentence the prefix is detached from the verb and follows 
it, in an accessory sentence it retains its place before the 
radical verb, for instance: li) fange an, id) fing on; 
fang(e) an!; bo iä) ju meinen anfonge, onfing (P and 
\poet. also: ba ii) an ju meinen fange, fing). The prefix 
g t of the p.p. and the cj. j u with the inf. are put between, 
forinitance: tr ^at ongefangen; er H)ünf(ftt anjufangen. 
— In the insep. verbs the prefix keeps its place throughout 
the conjugation; the p.p. is formed without the prefix ge 
and the cJ. ju precedes the inf., for instance: er um« 
fängt ("'^), umpng (-^) bie ©eliebte, I)at fie umfangen (">^"), 
^ofjt fie JU umfangen ("^"). 

The compound v^rbs with the prefixes be..., emp..., ent..., 
cr..., gt.... Der..., jer... always are insep.; those with the 
prefixes ob..., on..., auf..., au§..., bei..., ein..., gegen.., and 
other prepositions are always sep.; those with the prefixes 
bur^..., i)inler..., über..., um..., unter..., miber..., mieber... are 
Sep., when the primary accent is on the prefix, and insep., 
when it is on the verb (see SDS. SBörterbue^ bet ^oupt« 
fcferoierigfeiten, p. 348 and so on); for instance: 



Konjugation der pfammengefe^ten ^e'iimörin. 

3ufommcngefe^te Seitm&rter, in benen ber ^oupt« ober 
iQocfeton auf bei SJorfilbe liegt, fmb trennbar (separable, aigtlürit 
Sep.); bie, in benen bet ^ocbton auf bem ^eitwrt liegt, fmb 
untrennbar (inseparable, abaetutji insep.), jS. a"nfo'n9en (^'*") 
ift trennbor (sep.); nmfa'ngen untrennbar (insep.) (\. sep. v 
insep. unter bcn ^Ibfürjungen ©. ...). 3m iPröfcnS, Smpcrfeft 
unb Ömperatiö ber trennbaren Seitroörter folgt in ^auptiä^en 
bie oom 3ci"'"'ri abgetrennte ajorfilbe naä); in SUbenjd^en 
bleibt fic ungetrennt öor bem 3«iln"'ri, jS. i* fange on, i* 
fing on; füng(e) on!; ba i^ ju meinen onfonge, onfing 
(P unb iitvi.poet. üu*: bo i^ on }u meinen fange, fing). S)ie 
SBorfilbe ge beS p.p. u. bie cj. ju beim inf. merben jmifcfeen- 
gef^oben, 5S3. er bat angefangen; er münfcbt anjufongen. 
— a3ei ben untrennbaren geitroörtern bel)ält bie Sorfilbe ibre 
©teile burd) oHe fjormen, baS p.p. mirb o()ne bie SorfUbc ge 
gebilbet unb bie cj. ju fteljt öor bem 3nfinitio, jS. er umfängt 
('^•^), umfing l^^) bie ©eliebte, bat fie umfangen ("^"), ^offt 
jle JU umfongcn ("''"). 

S)ie jf.=gefefeten geitmörter mit ben SSorfilben be..., emp..., 
ent..., er..., ge..., 0er..., itx... finb immer untrennbar; bie mit 
ben SBorfilben ob..., on..., auf..., au§..., bei..., ein..., gegen... u. 
onberen 5]Bräpofitionen finb immer ttcnnbot; bie mit Den SSor- 
filben bur(^..., binter..., über..., um..., unter..., miber..., roieber... 
finb trennbar, menn ber §auptton ouf ber Sßotfilbc, untrennbar, 
mcnn er auf bem geitroort liegt (ficbe SDS. „2ö5rterbucb ber 
§auptf(bmierigteiten", S. 348 ff.); jS.: 



23).. 



Infinitive. 



ü'berlegen (^^^^) 
überjulegen (^""-") 



Present. 



sg. lit lege über, bu legfi über, er legt über 

pl. mir legen über, i^r leg(e)t übet, fie legen übet 



Imperfect. 



id) legte übet (-'^ -^ 



Pctst Participle. 



Übergelegt (■''v/vi) 



@b. 



überle'gen (^»^-^) 
JU überlegen (- -«-") 



sg. xä) überle'ge, bu übetle'gfi, er überle'gt 

pl. mit übetle'gen, ibt übetle'g(e)t, fie übetle'gen 



id) übetlegte (^"^^) 



übetlegt (-^--^0 



Table of declensions. DtklintttiönB-ötttlieüe. 



(24)^ 






ARTICLE. 


HttiRct. 










Definite Artld 

SINGULAR: | 


e. 


PLURAL: 


Indefinite Article. 




masculine 


feminine | neuter 


for 


the three genders 


masculine feminine 


neuter 


Nominative 
Genitive 
Dative 
Accusative 


ber 
beS 
bem 
ben 


bie 
ber 
ber 
bie 


baS 
beS 
bem 
boS 


bie 
ber 
ben 
bie 


ein 
eines 
einem 
einen 


eine 
einer 
einer 
eine 


ein 
eines 
einem 
ein 



24)b. 



ADJECTIVES. ÄdjcRtioa. 



L Weak Declension. 

with the definite article or a demonstrative pronoon 
or a relative pronoun. 

SINGULAR: 



I. ^ä)Voaäie ^cflination. 

ajlit beftimmtem 9lrtifel ober 2emon|lroti»)< ober 
9ielatiD-^4$ronomen. 

PLURAL: 



Notn. 
Gen. 
Dat. 
Äee. 



masculine 

bet gute ÜJlonn 
beS ^ n ~ (e)§ 
bem -,, n ~ (e) 
ben ~ n ~ 



feminine 

bie gute gtau 
ber ~ n ~ 
ber .N, n ~ 
bie ~ 



neuter 

boS gute j?inb 
beS .V n .^ (e)§ 
bem ~ n ~ (e) 
baS ^ ~ 



masculine 

bie guten SDldnnet 

ber ~ 

ben ~ ~ n 

bie 



feminine 

bie guten g'^oucn 

ber 

ben ~ 

bie ~ ~ 



neuter 

bie guten ßinbei 
ber ~ 

bcn ~ ^ n 
bie ~ 



biefer gute 5Jlonn, '.oeldier gute TOnnn. 



XZl 



Detached Observations \ l'^^':""' "* °"^ ''r '" ^;^g;;g; ) ^tbge^ont>cccc £>cmcrgungcn 



11. Stront; Declension. 

Wlthoat the deflnit« artl(!le or >vlth a cardinal nombert 

iiDci guK ^Aiinci. 



A'om. 


guKr üTtann 


gut( fjfiau 




gutd Pinb 


Oen. 


^ n (t-8)~el 


^ r ^ 




» (t ~n) ^ (S 


Dat. 


^ m ^ ( 


^ r ^ 




^ m « c 


Aee. 


^ n ^ 


* 




«• 



II. ctarfe Tcflination. 

C^r btftimmttn ftrtifrl : ■; nnt (tort ^oytlMi: 

\an\ r,i;:j ,:, .n.T.r. 

gute WAnnd gute t}iau(n gate ftiakn 

^r^ ^r^ ^t^ 



III. Mixed Declension. 

with the liirlennit« article lonlj in the sg.) or with a 

pronuun declined like the Imlt-nnlte artirle: mein lunjai 

gut(T Wann. 



111. Wcmifditc J'fflination. 

TOff bfm nnbrflimmttn ttrtifrl inur ini sy i .c-: (tr.fnt sic 

b(i uubtßimmK itUlittl bfriiiiirrtrn ilutnoit.i^^. k: .. v..z\iX) 

gutrt Rann 



SINGULAR: 



mninilinr 



femtnine 



nrutrr 



Nominative 
Genitive 
Dative 
Aceutative 



mein guKr 


(tblet) »JJlonn 


^ 


(8 > n 


((bitn) ~ 


(t)l 


^ 


tm .w n 


(tbitn) ^ 


(e) 


~ 


(II ^ n 


(ebl(n) ^ 





meint gut(n <UtAnn(T 
~ r ^ 
^ n ^ ^ n 



Sominative 
Genitive 
Dative 
Aceutative 

NB. So« for th« elision of an r (also in the comparison 
of »djectJTwg) sDs. „©arttrbud) btr ^aujitfdjroifrigttittn 
in ber b(utjd)cn Spiadjt", p. I'>3 and so ou; cf. : 



mtint guK ((bit) Qrau 
^ T . n itbltn) 
^ r > n (fbltn) 
^ (fblt) 

PLURAL: 

meint guttn f^raucn 



r ^ 
n ~ 



mtin gutt* Kbidi ft-.ao 
^ (• ^ n Kbien) « (• 
. tm ^ n iti'tnt « < 

> • KbU«) . 

mtint guttn ttinba 
. n ^ .1 



t 

(I 

tn 

tr 
er 



NB. ÜJian btadjte in 9(iug ouf bit Vulfloftung rnd r (■■4 
bti btr «t(:g(Tung bcr Lrt9(nfd;arivm6Ti(Ti bat •«■ Sita. 
in Urn .'ii>ött([bud) ttr ^^aui t|(t)mi(i.gt(tt(n in b<TkflU|4(a 
epTQcbt" 6. 1Ö3 {f. dtfagit; DgL: 

witLuut U>nnination 
with the . r 

. , el 



tn 

tr 

also in comparatire.s ending in tr 



fromm otjnt Snbung 

ft igt mit bcr (^nbung 

«btl „ . 

bulltommtn „ „ „I 

tbtn „ „ .1 

foutr „ , 

aud) bti Pomparatiotn ,. „ 

j53. fromnitr, ftigtr, tb(t)ltr, oolIIomm(t)ntr, eb(t)ntr, famtjrtr 

in the forms with additional ...e. ...tm, .~tn, _.tr, „.e8, in btn urn ...t. ...tm, ...tn 

for instnnru: gormtn, alfo ^9.: 

frommt, ftigt (oljnt tin jm(il(» t), tb(t)lf, boDfommft)nt, tbitint, fau(f)rf, 
froinmtin, fcigtin, (bltllrin »b« (btl(t)m, ooniommitlntm, cbitintm. i.:.;i()rtm iWnn. faurrt)», 
fromnirn, Ui^tii, (b(tjltn otn tbtlitin, DoUIüininiriiitn. cbitjutn, jauitjrtn nn jaucritjn. 
frommrr, ftigtr, tbtltr, DoUlomm(t)iitr, tbitintr, fault)rtr 

and für thu com|iarativos: unb fQr bit AomparatilM: 

fiomm(tjrtr, ftig(t)T(r, (b(t)ItTtr, Dolllomnut tncrcr, (bi(|n(r(r, iau|t)itt. 



tr, .~r# 0(rUa|CTi(« 



IT. Declension of substantives, derived 
from adjectives and past participles. 



With the deßntte arUcle. 
INit btm brftimmtrii fIrttttL 

Siii(;iilar 



IV. ?cflinoJion Der Don ^HMfftifrn uni) 
JPurt. i>. abßclcilctcn Äiibiiontiria, 

without artlrle. 
C(nt «tttftl. 

Singular: I'luriJ; 



With the Indeflnltr article 
Wit btm unbtfttmutttn «Irtifrl 

SiiiK'iiIar: riiiriil: 









M^VBCULINE 








Nominative 


btr Al(in( 


bi( flittntn 


' ein meiner 


m(t)ttrt Pleute 


PItintr* 


PIttne* 


Genitive 


b(l . n 


bet 


Il cinct ^ 11 
einem .« n 


mebtertr - it 




« t 


Dative 


b(m ^ n 


^(n 


melreten » n 


m 


.. a 


Aceutative 


b(n .V n 


bi( 


einen ^ n 1 
FKMININE. 


metjrere « | 


1 - :i 1 


<« 


Nominative 


bi( fiI(iM( 


b:c Pl(in(n 


eine RIeine 


mebrere Pleine 


Pletat* 


PUiae * 


Genitive 


btr ~ 11 


bcr 


eiiur > n 


melrtrer - i 




« 1 


Dative 


btr ^ n 


b(n 


tiner ^ n 
M tint « 1 


mebreien 


. t 


. a 


Accusative 


bit ^ 


bl( m. 


mebrert 


- 


- 








NEUTKH. 








Nominative 


bo* Altint 


bit fllcintn 


(tn PIdnel 


mebrtre Pttm 


Ptetar«* 


Pl(ta«* 


Uftnliv* 


b(l > n 


btr 


1 etne« ^ n 


nicitfrcr « n 




. t 


Dative 


btm .« n 


ben 


einem . n 


nuUtren « a I 


1 - " 


. ■ 


Aceutative 


bal .. 


bit 


(in ..I 1 


mebun « | 


1 - • 


« 



I 



I! 



NB. in the forms «f doolon^lon or comparison th« Anal I 

and (aftor a sliurtomd towsI) ft i ' ' ' ' t) 

into f and f), for lii^tanco: Itdii«, It rn, 

trouler It«« ronip ), am Iroulritcn i - 'U, 

blitjlem, blallen, blollei («•«"i/». »u*. < ■■<% 

(*M/>., »iSB. •. bliMlefteni; l>ut on tl^ -), 

bei^e jc., betfjei («■« i-i>>n/>.). am bei, 'k 

HH'lJc !(., ftti'litt, fledött [comfi I, am vin>||l(n, S flt g<ii<n. 



NB. 9<t ben f^erUnfrraRglfrrvit«. Isvati i« brr ItfltMttM *«t 
in ' r ;<sraii«a, ge^ea mi tiaeai ■a^ U lfemfcf ( aa 
e iM<b4r<(Urtt(aitU44li|W»Ml tk«i itiala.!. 



ti 

gfi 
b< ■ 






jt>S( :< .it.'jft.«: 



xxu 



Detached Observations {Brmaefj^d^^S^^^^^^^^ 2(bgeronbem 23emergungen 

SUBSTANTIVES. SuBftanlipo. 

NB. Single substantives not contained in this classification see in the dictionary. 
&ier niiil oufsefS^tte Subfiantiba flt^e im 3!D8tter6uiit. 



I. Strong Declension. 8tarfc 3)eflination» 

A. Plural in ...er. I A. jpiurol ouf ...er. 



® 


(T 

.Vow. 
Gen. 
Dat. 
Ace. 


SINGULAR: 
Pith modified vowel in 

ber OJanb 
be§ ^ (e)l 
bem ~ (e) 
ben ~ 


PLURAL: 

pl. — Umlaut im pl.) 

bie SRänber 
ber ^ 
ben ~ n 
bie 




Norn. 
Gen. 
Dat. 
Ace. 


ber ®ott 
be§ ~ (e)ä 
bem -.. (e) 
ben ~ 


bie ©otter 

ber 

ben ~ n 

bie 




Norn. 
Gen. 
Dat. 
Ace. 


ber SBurm 
be8 ~ (c)§ 
bem ^ (e) 
ben 


bie SIBurmer 

ber 

ben ~ n 

bie 


® 


(Change 
vowel in 

Nom. 
Gen. 
Dat. 
Ace. 


of fe in fl and of 8 in j 

pl. — ÜbergonB bon fe in 

bjl. 27, 32-35, 

ba§ fjofe 
be§ ~tfe§ 
bem ^1 ob. J^t 
ba§ 4 


before C and umlaut of the 
ff, bon S in { u. Umlaut m.pl.; 
38 u. 51.) 

bie gföffer 

ber 

ben ^ n 

bie 




Nom. 
Gen. 
Dat. 
Ace. 


ba§ @la§ (^aus) 
be§ ^ fe§ 
bem ~ fe ob. ©la§ 
baS ^ § 


bie ©löfer (^üufer) 

ber 

ben ~ n 

bie 



NB. The change of the final 8 into f and after a shortened 
vowel of fe into ff is widely employed in declension. 
— 5Diefer Übergang be§ Sdjlufe'S in langeS f iinb be§ fe no^ 
gefdjärjtem ©elbftlaute in ff gilt auct) in raeiterem Umfange. 



© 


(With 

Nom. 
Gen. 
Dat. 
Ace. 


out umlaut. — C^ne U 

ha^ ®clb 
be§ ^ (e)§ 
bem ~ (e) 
ba§ », 


miout; bgl- outö 
bie ©elbcr 
ber 

hen ^ n 
bie ^ 


26 NB.) 




Nom. 
Gen. 
Dat. 
Ace. 


ba§ iReiS 
be§ ^ fe§ 
bem ^ fe ob. SReiS 
bag ^§ 


bie JReifer 
ber ^ 
ben -V, n 
bie ~ 



B. With a double pl. \ B. 2Rit ho^^ditm *J>luroi. 





(P/. see 25 and 38, 


with change of meaning. — 


/0\ 


iV. na* 25 unb 38 bei 


Detänbfttem 6inne.) 


® 


Nom. 


ba§ SBort 




bie SBSrter ob. ffiorte 




Gen. 


be§ ^ (c)§ 




ber ~ 




Dat. 


bem -X, (e) 




ben ~ n -v, n 




Ace. 


ha^ ^ 




bie 




{Pl. see 31 and 49, 


with c 


hange of meaning. — 


/^^ 


Pl. nat6 31 unb 49 bei 


betänbertem Sinne.) 


® 


Nom. bie Sont 




bie fflönfe ob. S3onfen 


N^ 


Gen. ber ~ 




ber 




Da«. ber ^ 




ben ~ n 




Ace. bie 




bie 



^30^ 



C. JPi. in ...e. I C. spiurol ouf ...e. 

(Double pl.: a) without umlaut, b) with umlaut \. — 
Xoppeltti $tuial : a) o^ne Umlaut, b) mit Umlaut, wai fetten.) 

bie 9lale ob. \ alle 
ber ~ 

ben ^ n ^ n 

bie ... ^ 



Nom. 


ber 9tal 


Gen. 


be§ ^ (e)8 


Dat. 


bem ^ (c) 


Ace. 


ben « 



/<A 



^2^ 



® 



® 



® 



/^6^ 



Nom, 
Gen. 
Dat. 
Ace. 



Nom. 
Gen. 
Dat. 
Ace. 



(With umlaut in pl. 

ber ®ang 
bei ^ (e)8 
bem ~ (c) 
ben 



Pl. mit Umlout). 

bie @ängc 

ber 

ben ~ n 

bie 



ber ©tofe (■') 
be8 ~ e§ 
bem -V e ob. ©tofe 
ben ^ 



bie Stöfee (-") 

ber 

ben 

bie 



~ n 



(Umlaut in pl. and change of fe to ff and of S to f before t. — 

Umlout im pl. unb SBeftfel »on fe unb 8 bejflalid^ in ff n. f »or ...f ; 

bgl. 38 unb 31.) 



Nom. 
Gen. 
Dat. 
Ace. 



ber Sofe [•^) 
be§ ..ffeS 
bem ^ ^ ob. .vffe 
ben ~| 



bie Söffe (>'-) 
ber ~ 
ben -v, n 
bie ~ 



Nom. 
Gen. 
Dat. 
Ace. 



ber fjud)8 
be§ ~ fe§ 
bcm ~ fe Ob. 3fud)§ 
ben ^ § 



bie iJüt^fe 

ber ~ 
ben ^ n 
bie 



(Change of 8 (formerly fe) without umlaut in sjm. and 

s/n. — Übctflong be§ 8 (in bet älteren Cttbogtart't fe). ojnt 

Umlaut bei sIm. u. «/»»• J »8'- ** "• 26.) 



Nom. 
Gen. 
Dat. 
Ace. 



ber girni§ 
be§ ... ffeS 
bem ~ § «b.~f|e 
ben ~ § 



bie iSfii^niffe 

ber 

ben ~ n 

bie ~ 



■Nom. 
Gen. 
Dat. 
Ace. 



ha?i Ergebnis 
be§ ~ ffeS 
bem ~ 8ob.~ffe 
ba§ ^ 8 



bie (Srgebniffe 

ber 

ben ~ n 

bie 



(As 33 in sif., sg. inv. ; see 35. 
bei sg. inv. 



Nom. 
Gen. 
Dat. 
Ace. 



bie JienntniS 

ber 

ber 

bie 



— aCBie 33 Set «/Ai "w ''"S 
f. 35.) 

bie ßenntniffe 

ber 

ben ~ n 

bie 



(Pl. with umlaut, but sg. inv.; see 34 u. 26. — 
Pl. mit Umlaut, aber sg. unBetänbert; bjl. 34 u. 26.) 



Nom. 
Gen. 
Dat. 
Ace. 



bie §onb 
ber 
ber 
bie 



bie ^anbe 
ber 
ben 
bie 



n 



Nom. 


bie ®ani 


bie ©onfe 


Gen. 


ber .>, 


ber 


Dat. 


ber -. 


ben ~ n 


Ace. 


bie ^ 


bie 



Nom. 


bie 9lu6 (-i) 


bie «Ruffe 


Gen. 


ber ~ 


ber ~ 


Dat. 


ber ~ 


ben ~ n 


Ace. 


bie ~ 


bie .„ 



{inv. in sg., with the change of ...8 to ...fe or ...jfc. — 
iffibrter mit ...fe ober ...ffc m pl.; Dgt. 37.) 



Nom. 


ber fialmuS 


bie ßalmufe 


Gen. 


be§ ^ 


ber ~ 


Dat. 


bem 


ben ~ n 


Ace. 


ben 


bie 


Nom. 


ber 5Demo'|ibene§, 


bie 5Demo|l^eneffe, 




(ie'rberu§ 


eerbenifje 


Gen. 


beS .. •) 


ber 


Dat. 


bem 


ben ^ n 


Ace. 


ben 


bie 



* Without article also SJemoft^eneffenS. — Dbne art. 

011(5 5Demoft()eneffenä. 



xxm 



Detached Observations [^l^Z^:^^^^ '[]^^Monbcat £>fmerfung^n 





(Utin 


nouni ino. in tg 


, with 


I lit ! ■■' ■! Uimiinatifjfi in pt. 




— talrinlf4< ISiittr «bnt Dabtrung m «i;., all flatnunj kcr 


/0\ 




Catuiig tin pi 


. : »bU »«.) 


(y 


A'om. 


btr Äullu« 


bit Ruitt <»im ftult); HIB. ftultufft 




6>n. 


b(B ^ j 


btr .. 






Z>a<. 


btm ^ 


btn -. 


n 




Aee. 


1 ben ^ \ 


bie .. 




>«»-%v 




(Pl. wftheot nmlaiit, — 


- Ft. Bt«t Uata«!.) 


(Ö8) 


Nom. 


1 bn ^unb 




bit l^unbe 


v^-/ 


Gen. 


1 be* ^ (t)i 




1 btr ~ 




Dat. 


bm ^ (t) 




btn .,. n 




Ace. 


1 brn « 




bie >. 




Now. 


baS Qaar 




' bit i^aaxt 




Gen. 


b{3 ~ ft)8 




; btr 




Vat. 


btm .^ (t) 




.btn ^ n 




Aee. 


boS ^ 




1 bie . 




Kom. 


bal Woti (-t) 




bie mait 




Gen. 


bt§ ^ t» 




btr ~ 




Dat. 


btm « (() 




1 btn ^ n 




Aee. 


bal ... 




Ibic . 




Nom. 


bol Ko| (') 




' bie iFoffe 




Oen. 


btö ,. flt» 




btr . 




Dat. 


btm .^ fit fb»t 


IRoli 


btn ^ n 




Aee. 
Nom. 


bal ^6 




bit . 




btr (Srcil 




bie @ceife 




Gen. 


b(l ^ ft! 




btr . 




Dal. 


btm ^ ft tbci 


(Srtil 


btn .» n 




Aee. 


ben ^ 1 




bie * 






(AUo, et. IBk. — 


Oar. au4»a.) 




Nom. 


btr Aäfr 




bit Räfe 




Oen. 


btl . 1 




bet ^ 




Dat. 


btm ^ 




ben ^ n 




Aee. 


ben . 




bie « 






(Alio, ef 


. M. — 


Dal au4 5A.) 




Nom. 


ffritbritft 




bie 5ritbri((e 




Gen. 


» 




btr 




Dat. 


'^- 




btn ~ n 




Ace. 


- 




bit 



b 



© 






b. 



D. Without a particular 
endliif? in the plural. 



D. Cfinr btfonbtre 
iUural-iinbung. 



® 

a. 


(With umlaut in pl. — /' 

Nom. btr Vain 
Gen. btl ^ I 
Dat. btm ^ 
Aee. ben ^ 

KB. Thar« ar« only two *// 

■an. Sit btibtn tiniigtn 1 

Ioct)ltr im «</. 


. nil Umlaai; »«t. ioa.) 

bit JJdttr 
btr - 
ben .. n 
bie . 

. Vliittrr, loifitrr; *<i.inv. 
n »If. Wulltr, 
I. .at. 


h. 


(With umlaut In pl., without ...n Id dal. of jrf. — 
nil Itoiltul Im pl., dm tall» Onbuna.) 

Nom. btr (Mrabtn bit ^Iraben 
Oen. btl ^ I bet 
Dat. bcm « 1 btn ^ 
Aee. ben ~ 1 bie .« 


c 


(DotlMialon of ab«tra«t varl 
tMlialici «iiIj 

Nom. 1 bal Vtmtn ) 
Gen. ' btl , I 1 
Dat. btm . 
A»e. bal . 


•al Douna. — S«niMHM 

lla»naiil»a.) 

b n t pl. 


-d) 


( 
Nom. 
Oen. 
Dot. 
Aee 


Without umlaut. - Ctnr Ualaal; HI- Ha.) 

btr <Dta!tr, 6lit|tl bit Vlaltr. 6lit|tl 
btl . • . » btr - 

btm - ^t^ .11 . n 

btn 




N9m. 
Otn, 
DmL 
A^. 


bo« Ocbilbt 
btl .. 1 
bem 
bal 


■.ibe 
btt 

btii « n 
bit . 



® 



© 



(WMkovt omlaot aad — ■ !■ 4a(. »f ^. — 
•«at » 1 ».« a>« a« ta pt.\ 



CkmtmUmmm 



Nom 
<ltn. 
Dal. 
Aee. 



I bal ^Bl4cn 
btl ..I 

b<m 
I bal 



, tie ^ul4ca 

ber .. 



btn 




II. Mixed Dirlctisioii. 
(9fnii|d)tc Xcfliiialioii. 

SINGULAR: PLURAL: 

{f!g. itronK and w««k. — Sg. Hart aa» Ms«4l 
Nnm. fitt 9aurr bit Soutru 



(ten. 
Dot, 
Aee, 



bei ^ 1 1» «n 

bcm « (ni 

ben ... 



ber ^ 
bt« ^ 
bit , 



Nom. 
(ten. 
Dal. 
Ace. 



Nom. 
Gen. 
Dat. 
Aee. 

Xom. 
(Jen. 
Dat. 
Aee. 



ber 

bt-} 

btm 

Mtien 

bal 

bt« 

bem 

bol 

btr 

b(d 

bem 

btn 



{Sg. ■trooc — Sf. Karf.) 

ÜJlafi bit'lKafleB(a.naAe.|.^^l 
.w (c)l btr « 
« (e) btn .« « ■ 

« I bie ,. -. 

Vuge bit VugcB 

... I btr .., 

« I ben » 

I bie « 



Staitel 
.. I 



' bit €lai^In 
I btr 
btn 
i bit 



(Diaplacemant of aeeant in |><. — ■aratvf^W I« pL) 

Som. btr «aiflo'tor (--■'«') bie VIIi|at«'rr« ("--''«') 

Gen. btl ... I btr 

I>ai. btm ^ btn 

Aee. I btn ^ i bie 



Nom. 


btr TAmon (--> 


Om. 


btl . 1 


Dut. 


btm .w 


Aee. 


ben ^ 



bit tlmencii (-M 

btr 

btn 

bie 



(I«tin nouna with f»n. f, of Ih« mtrong 

tatHall4< OtTttf all Sattca fra. f.) 

Nom. baS CiiiSium btt 6tubiea 

lien. btl ^1 bt: 

Dal. btm ^ btii 

Aee, I bal ... bit 



eatrlai 



< Oraak aeona ••<' 
;tMiB«t4tt tt«: 



la IV-) 



Som. I ber dk'niul 

lien. ' btl 
Dat. btm « 

A<;\ btn 



bic ee atCB 

btt 

be« 



Nom. 


btr iJltona «ma« 




no'lmff« 


Gem. 


bd 


Oct 


^ 


Dmt. 


bcm 


6<n 


^ 


Aee, 


ben 


^ ' 





Nem. 

Oen. 
Dmt. 
Aee, 



bet Vn^l'..:l>nu| . tit «BflKU 

(aa« »tiUiti ftn^ltcilm) 

bcl « « |ba 

ben « 



(Wllk fm, a». IB _.} ) 

■11 Rtttta fat. ^. aal _.l. ■*<• •«*« tta MM*a«a^ 
MtJi^rti. •#■ t( ■■• M.) 

Nom. «bclbctb bit l»«IVibai 

f.Vi. . ».*^«nl(1.4«) bet 

/Kit. I . (CN) I »<n 

.1 

.\ "^^"^"^ 

lien, „ I, M«a. Vaklll 

/Ml. « »<*B lidU'l 

4«a. , • M . 



XXIV 



Detached Observations {JÄitÄmS^^^^ 23emereungen 



(Oen. sg. in ...tXlS. — Gen. »g. auf ...euä.) 



Nom. 
Gen. 
Dat. 
Aec. 



bet gels Ob. geljca 
be§ ~ien(§) 
bem ~ Ob. 
ben ~ rt. 



bie iJel{en 
bet ~ 
ben ... 
bie ~ 



IT. Declension of anomalous Tfords. 
Shorter mit oBioci^cnbcr Sctliuotiott. 



{Gen. tg, in ...nS/ as in the strong declension, unless 

preceded by some determinative word. — 

6taTtet gen. ag. (tuf ...n8, ntan niiit tin SefHmmunaSti'ott 

Borange^t; bgl. it.) 



Nom. 


etiarlotte 


bie e^tlotten 


Gen. 


~ r§ob.^i(f.46) 


bcr 


Dat. 


uO 


oen 


Ace. 


-v (n) 


bie 



m. Weak Declension. 

S(^tt)a(^e ^eniuatbn. 

1*1. in ...en or ».n. — 5JIutoI auf ...en ob. ...n. 

(The sg. of the sjf. generally is in». — 35er ag. btr mtifclitften 
4>ouptra5ttn bleibt im angtmeinen uncetänbcrt; 1)91.39 a., 60 u. 53.) 



Nom. 
Gen. 

Dat. 
Ace. 



bie tjftou 

bet ^ 
bet ~ 
bie .». 



bie fjrauen 

bet ^ 
ben 

bie ^ 



{Sg. inv.; in pi. the final tt is redoubled. — 
Sg. unceTänbert ; iOcrboppelung be§ Si^lug.U im pi.) 



Nom. 
Gen. 
Dat. 
Ace. 



bie Königin 
bet 

bet ^ 
bie 



bie ßöniginnen 

ber 

ben 

bie 



(Add in all forms ...tn. — 



Nom. 
Gen. 
Dat. 
Ace. 



bet Sot 

beS .^ en 
bem .^ en 
ben ^ en 



MUe Sonnen Mngen 

bie Säten 
ber 

ben ~ 
bie 



.en on.) 



(Of. a«. — »81. 26.) 



Nom. 
Gen. 
Dat. 
Ace. 



bet Snfofe OnjQffe) 
be§ ~ ffen 
bem -V, jfen 
ben ~ feOnfajfen) 



bie Qnfüffen 
bet ~ 
ben 

bie ... 





( 


Add in all forms ...n ; see 53 and 24 b. IV. — 


^1»-%. 


«He {Jonnen iSnaen ...n on; »gl- 53 unb ilb. IV.) 


(52) 


Nom. 


ber Sote*) 


bie Soten 


Ky 


Gen. 


be§ .V. n 


bet 




Dat. 


bem .V n 


ben ~ 




Aec. 


ben -^ n 


bie ... 




* S/m. of this class often have 


' Sim. btelet Stla^e ^aben oft 




in the nom. the termination 


im nom. bit (Jnbung ...t. 




...t, if not preceded by the 


wenn fie nit^t Winter bem be- 




definite article or similar de- 


ftimmtcn Slttifcl ober Wir- 




terminative words, for inst. : 


tttn, bie bieten bettreten, 




ein SBeamtet, and «/». add 


ßetien, j». ein Seomtet; 


in the same case ...§, for 


ajn. f)aben tm gleiten gfaUe 


instance : ßingcmot^teS. 


...8, a«, ©iiigematfeteg. 




{Sif. ending in ...e, ...el, ...ft, ag. inv., pi. add ...n. — 


/^:^ 


sif. oBf ...e, ...el, ...er, «p. ««i>., pi. auf ...n ; »bi- <» «• 62.) 


@ 


A^om. 1 bie Sffiunbe 


bie fflunben 




Gen. 1 bet 


bet 




Z>o<. bet 


ben .V 




Aee. bie 


bie ^ 




Xom. bie ®abel 


bie ©Qbein 




Gen. 


bet .. 


bet .V 




Dat. 


ber .. 


ben ~ 




Ace. 


bie « 


bie .. 




Nom. 


bie ßeiter bie Ceitern 




Gen. 


bet .V bet ^ 




Dat. 


bet .., ben .^ 




Ace. 


bie .. bie 




(Pl. formed by changing the termination of the sg. — 


^— >, 


PI. but* ^inbetung b« s^.-Cnbung gtbilbft.) 


(54) 


Nom. 


bie girmo 


bie gitmen 


v^ 


Gen. 


bcr .. 


ber .. 




Dot. 


bet .. 


ben 




Aee. 


bie 


bie .V 





(Sg. strong 


declension or inv. ; 


pl. inv. or formed by addlnp 




...§, or weak declension. — Sg. fJorf ob. unbeiänbett; pl. but* 




Mn^Sngung Don ...S gebilbet ober fijtna* ober got nitbt betliniett.) 


(S) 


Nom. 


boSSl 


bie 31(8) Ob. 9ten 


Gen. 


be§ .v(8) 


bet ^ 




Dat. 


bem ^ 


ben -^ 




Arc. 


bQ§ ^ 


bie .V. 




{Pl. formed by adding ...8 ; sg. f. inv. — Pl. but* ...8 




gebilbet ; bie Seminina im sg. unflettteit.) 


(^ 


Nom. bcr Sportiet 


bie 5Pottiet8 


Gen. be§ ^ § 


ber .. 




Dat. bem ^ ben 




Ace. ben ^ bie ~ 




Nom. 


"ba^ ©enie 


bie ®cnie8 




Gen. 


be§ .V 8 


bet 




Dat. 


bem 


ben 




Ace. 


baS ~ 1 bie «. 




Nom. 


bie ?lmati (©eige) 


bie ^matiS 




Gen. 


bet 


bet ^ 




Dat. 


bet ~ 


ben 




Aec. 


bie 


bie .^ 




Nom. 


Äotl, 5ßauIo 


bie l^atlS, bie $au(ac 




Gen. 


.^8 .^8 


ber .V, bet 




Dat. 


/S, 'S. 


ben .V ben 




Ace. 


.^ 


bie ^ bie 




{Pl. formed by changing ...U8 in t, as in Latin. — 


@ 


Pl. bur* Jinbetung ber (Subttng in latein. i gebilbet.) 


Nom. 


bet üJlobuS 


bie DJlobi 


Gen. 


beS ~ 


bet .. 




Dat. 


bem «, 


ben -, 8 




Ace. 


ben .N, bie ~ 




{Pl. formed by changing ...Unt in ...0, as in Latin, or in ...en. 


® 


— Pl. bur* Sinberung ber (Jnbung in lutein. Ü ob. in en gebilbet.) 


Nom. 


boS gFaftum 


bie iJafta, bie fjatten 


Gen. 


be§ ^ § 


bcr ,.. bet 




Dat. 


bem 


ben .v-tiS, ben ~ 




Ace. 


bQ§ 


bie ~ bie 




Nom. 


bai ?lfi)nbcton 


bie 3lfQnbeto 




Gen. 


bc8 ~ § 


bet ~ 




Dat. 


bem 


ben ~ , -vtiS 




Ace. 


baS 


bie ~ 




Sg. Nom. 


boS Collegium 




Gen. 


beS ~ 8, bi§tD. .«.gtt 




Dat. 


bem .>, MS», ^gio 




Ace. 


ba§ 




PL Nom. 


bie ßoHegien, bisw. .>,9ia 




Gen. 


bet ~ bism. «,gia 




Dat. 


ben ~ (foft nut ~.gicn) 




Ace. 


bie «, mro. .vgia 


® 


{Sg. andpZ. declension altogether Latin. — ffianjliij It. Slellinat.) 


Nom. 

Gen. 


e^riiiuS 
~ i 




Dat. 


~ 




Ace. 


.V, um 



In nouns either compound 
or formed with apreficc, only 
the second half is declined; 
for instance: 



gufammengefe^teob.mit 
einer SSorjilbegebifbetc^aupt- 
roSrtet bcfltnicren nut ben 
legten Seil beSSBotteS; js.: 



Nom. 


bet SiSbfit 


bie ßiebären 


Gen. 


be8 r. en 


ber .. 


Dat. 


bem .s, en 


ben 


Ace. 


ben .X, en 


bie 


Nom. 


bcr Seji^Iufe 


bie Se(4Iüffe 


Gen. 


beS -V |fc8 


bcr 


Dat. 


bem ^ ffc Ob. SScfc^Iufe 


ben ~ n 


Ace. 


ben .., B 


bie 



-cTsaa^ro- 



31 



?(. Q (-1 n (» 1. (riftriTuARaM ttt fllvbi- 
Ivil, «tftfitiofoD A,.i; Q.nloiililt.' a. — 2. /i/;. 
(ti'ana) ilirHt) >i<igitiniii)(; iiud} beim li (bii 
k«t Sii'ti) firlirn t« bu loitrnint; tli« hr8t rudi- 
niciils.uiii'il b;8;,'}rroDi first to la»t;pri)fc. 
ID« VI tnfll. muß aiiit} i* toQfn who tms be 
Ifuti must coon, r III for a pcmiy, in foru 
poiimi ; /<i7;/. iiiil, b.uV.I mir ^ll8C ... .Mpli i 
fti;d Onii'ira, tlio 1" ginning nw) the end. — 
3. %t II [v.\ <i (it. I />»•/>. nt (tho rut« of) 
...; // 'J 'JJiurf ai two sliill ng^ a pifco or 
a lieiiil; a amlo for (the) account of ...; 
a con/o-^iil)liiiii) |iu)Mi)'iit on account; a 
viatit at ^iglit ; V( (aui lOrAitln) — accepted. 

— 4. a fibl»; fDi Vir IikIk m). — '). J A, a, 
(Colnilanonl lii; Vl-TllT A niajor; Vt*'If2oÜ A 
minor; Vl'Tiir* rU{Dll')^>'>iI>^^it(T si iili; in A 
majoriuiiiior); biciiieiud gc[)t aiiB 91'^iir 
... is in A major. | -. latii) fiu!) 

ä(-li/i<. l.(Hi»infn)fth!(67/.liun{li-Lo)./ 

a, ä {-) n ^ nioditiud a. 

fl-oTl"-)« M (o. y.U.ftintun: .v modldl 
to >I<i a motion. |l'liii|)i'iii.', a. Aarlii'n.l 

)lad)rii (-") npr. n. .|c|li. iifogr. .Aix-la-/ 

9lnt (-) m >i, r/i»i. .vd)cii, 'yildjdi N t*'l>. 
1. ichih. lel; llciiur ~ giiK, fly- Qlnlt lau« 
f(t)HU<irigl luic lin .% (I<b< iitttg) a.H «iipin'ry 
as an I'fl ; cr lui^^ct Tttb luic cin ^ ho »tikkI'M 
likuanot l,nriie.riiu'Na.Nli]ipurycustoiiu r. 

— 2. — '21nI'()cbo(ltMcB. 

tlal-..., ani-... (-...) (n .sfian. I aft: eol-..., 
|9<. : ^brl|iiltrr m uol-|ion(i, oel-trnnk; /n^ 
film fi — ,iiab(I; ,>,|aiinfr wi I'tl-caidur; 
»wfftt n ufl-ciu.i-o; .>.nabrl ^cul->|ii'ar, itI- 
prontr; -vHtbiirfriifC n «ol-pio; '^.flriiiibrl f, 
««.nriinbiiMn "I icliih. I'ul-Krounillins'; f^> 
limit f ltI skin; «vtoftrn m » .^brbiillir; 
^forb m I'd |iot ;.^.pa|trtr f— .^QcbudcmS; 
««ptirff f — -fliibil, .%.rrujr / — .^.lorb; ~. 
fhiilirl >M, ^ftcdirr m — .^uabcl; />.flriii i>i 
»IUI. crl-'-toiiu, '^iiiiipr /'oul-Noup; «^.trid) 
»I uul-|>onil , ^lurlir O " ccl-wuir. — II vt». 
n.'iOr .^iilinlidi (I , ^arlin m. lol lil<e, ud- 
*lia|M'(l, ..V iiii^'iiiiiiiüini; /^bftir if /' l)la< k 
currant; /vbrrrllraiiri) v »i black currant 
buMh [luif Miyium); >^biitlr f ichth. w\- 

pout, liiirlxit (Uittt rii<|/<i'ri<); >%.|nilQ i" : 
a) tul tl^hiiiK; bl placo (or HuaHon I lur 
«att liiiiK vol«: «vfürmifld. • .<.dl,nltd); /v 
|latl a la») Nlip|ii ry a-t an )>ul; .vlaßrr n 
bod of «'«In; .N^iiiutitr f iehlh.: Ci viM|>a- 
rouN blonny (/»a Mr« iti I'/mitia) ; ».puppt f, 
«vqUlll'Ir^O lbiin<ll(iot)lillliliHb«is,Jki .used 
furi'nl< bitiKi'vlM, o.oul-bob; .%.qiiappr /, <v 

raupr/^iryiJi.~^l<iilU;'wftrrilnu»,^flrid| 
m I'lack htiip« (alont; tho ba< k of a iliin- 
colouicd burüi'), .s,tirrrt)rii 'i so. vuir^'ar- 
•1)1 {j>t))f)'Uit:.i ii.f'ii); >^luatr/'nt't lorvol- 
•kt<l Inir; >vluiiriii m — ^t.rrdjiii. 

oalrn (-'-) sia. i/»<. ib ) to .aich »I*. 

OQldatl !•"). aalid)t l'^) a. ^b. lol- 
llku, <^ niiKOiibniH. 

a. a.C. ai/i'., a/<{>r. I. nn oiibrTdi Ctttn 
«UoKhiTo. — 2. am iiiiatQcbcnni i< out»«* 
fOUtfiiJl" rtf hit ■ ' . ■ ■ 



j ttor-... (-...) til Sfan. I «tilt: faKlo"!. .... 
j!B.:~fliiHfl»n('agluN winp. — II»ib.Bao«: 
<vfirflt)r « /^ service tr«e I /ynwKormma'/i»); 
~niril)r ^ «rw. ht-n-harrit-r. 

?lar-flnu I -'-) n/jc. n. 4i (/f07r. A(a)ri:nu. 

Uliu-flüutr (--") m Ada., -win f ^ ; aar« 
gaiiifd) ( --) a i*\>. Artjovian. 

«loroiiijflob * ("— ') m ji (»./>/.) com- 
mon arum [Amm »ku-m/uVmihI, 

mas (-') Icfjcnl n ?«, dim. ')idd)cn n ^b. 
1. (liifUidj) carcass; «Mcdrtrt: carrion; P 
».Il(rut(tcn: do< unii'i>si-d lur dciayiniiri bmly ; 
prvb., biU. loo It. Ill .* ill. bo joninulii fid) 
bit 9lblcr (Oiaiib. 2\.l%) wliere tlic car< a.'-e 
is, tliure will the •agio» bu K'atherud to- 
(,'i'thnr. — 2. («»eil ><«;/' - bait, 

luro. — :t. O «cibti.t: (»en ; r'ltatic« 

oIcll4) flcsliintfs jtl. — \. r t() 

lieast; co. till ~ Don tinti;. .i 

brutu of a pimp; biiir. btiruiitctiiti : i (in ■„ 
I'Oii tinciii Jlcrl a clover cliup, a duvil uf a 
follow. 

ItaC'... ("...) in Sn«n. I anals« „'flaC, iS. : 
/«.flit(|t/°rnf.carrion-lly(iVH«i.-<iriidi<«rri'N(i); 

'vfltitr m carrion -kite, carrion -riiltiiro 

(Sru'phroM pefetin'fi/erut). — II 81b. 5J'.!»: 

«viinflrr »< kniKkor'ü yard; ^blnnit ^ f ^ 
^\>HiM\<; ~|rn(jifl <!., «.Irtiifub n. foedinic 
oniMilioli; eciitlj'ccn: -iJ nociopha^oii.s ; 
«vQtrud) III, ».Qtllailf »I rndavuri'iis »nidi 
or odour; /vfltlibf f: a) |.it lor carca.sses; 
b) « .«.Qiigii, •N.fmtr »i rn(. carrion-bevib', 
liurso-bi utli) |.Si/^<j|; ^(opt »I (II eh. ikuil 
of a IIa) I'd ox or ram; o,trrtl)r / orn. 
carrion-crow, jfor-cro«» [Cort-u* torvH«); 
.^pflanir 4 f .stap. lia; .vfritr f llesh -.Hido; 
>N,UOfltl III oin. carrion-bird, »ttiC. bird of 
piO) iwliji h fi'od» Oil cariaHM'H). 
ooltn i-'-l ;ic. I i'//i. iij.) LFmilrt. 

.w tu sqtianilur a th. — 2. t > 
II via. 'A. O lltdftitl: 3(ll( '» t" 

aaotiafl(ifl) i--r). noflfl i 

1. carii"n-lik<'. — 2 F f^-i. »i 

Ob I I 

alViii 

^ (^(iur|)r ab! Kiound (or order) ariiii:; 
b) (•iiitin«««) luct ooni til (i;t ob t I > '^■ 
«ay off III« loud, I'l iitTi. »»ibHi ot< 
bo done for, to 1% o»or; F ob !• ■ * 
iret off «rith you!; d) 9 ot' 
bol dillv«rod llurlin; A ob '^i i;ii u 
ilruiisi'iM. — 2. l,Vti) D> n |(l.l ob fiom n- 
Ironi tlii^t timi' ■ 
lib fioin that ti: 
— «J. (•b|lc^n^| ; 
tako tl.r.n. • 
ob on ' 

diHlUi' , :■ I 

unb Ob ^>lf out II. — ä ab nn» on 

on; ob und iu now and ibcn; ob .... ... 

g(|)(n to iru backward« und foiwiir<l>. 

U. liUir. (Vi)aiii*«il*atl m. gtbt ' /:b 

«xit, oxeunl. — I. m dm* ■>< (■ 



ab ... ('...) «tf Hitc I wtt rerh», laatf 
trp. jia. [ant ••■• ■ vyiAMt: 

1.9)id<tuiig ten «nwanl 

direction). 'JI) 

down. — - . »J. 



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[-(lUnr.. ^~" -»I I'UO...] Substantive Verbs are only given, if not translated by act (or actiuu) of ... or ...tng. 



ab-arbcitcn (J^^^^) @b. sep. I vja. 
1. (fortidjafitn) to work off; ba? ©vBbftc Pon 
tt. -V to roug-h-work, (mit bet 'Jut, bim aicifeel) to 
chip, to roufrh-hew. — 2. (beeubcn) to com- 
plete or woik out (oae's task). — 3.(trmüben) 
to overtask, F to work or drive (one's men) 
like slaves; esfiiet: to fag-; ein ubgearbci" 
teteS ^ierb a jade, F crock. — 4. e-e Sdjuib : 
to pay (or clear) off by labour. — 5. vl/ ein 
©cbiff Dom £frQu^e .v to get a ship off or 
afloat, to Boat a vessel off the beach. — 
II fit^ ^ vlrcfl. 6. to overwork o.s., to toil 
or drudge (one's life out) ; torn iPfetbe ic. and) : 
to strain. — 7. \1- to get clear of (a ship, 
4c.). — III 9l~w@c.u.9lb-nrbfituii9/'@ 
(»gl. I). 8. working off, rüugh-work(iug). — 
9. completion of. — 10. clearing off by 
labour. — 11. 4/ floating of. 

ob-örgern (^^") vja. u. virpft. @d. sep. 
to vex, to mortify ; ftötfcr: to worry the life 
out of; fid) .V to be or feel (greatly) vexed. 

916-art (^-) f ® 1. (si6inei4rnbfS) variety. 
— 2. \ (entartetes) degenerate species. 

ab-arten (*-") I y/n. (jn) ^b. sep. to 
degenerate (= Qu§-nrten). — II iH~ n @c. 
nnti 9lb-ortiin9 f @ degeneraci/, ...tion. 

ob-ortifl (*-") a. i^h. degenerate. 

ob-oid)ccn (^"^") vja. ig,d. sep. 1. (mil 
«f*f reiben) to rub with ashes. — 2. F fi(^ 
.^ V/rt-fl. (ermüben) to drudge, r to slave. 

Ob'äjcn, «aijcii ('^-") vja. @c. sep., hunt. 
(tteibeii) to browse (on young trees). 

Ob-Öflen (*>'") vja. (g,b. sep., agr. iBSume 
^ to lop (or prune) ...; hort. to disbranch. 

ab-ätuten © l^-") via. @d. sep. to make 
red in the fire. 

ab-ätten © {^'^^)vla. @c. sep. to remove 
witii lur to burn off by) caustics. 

ab-äugr(n ('^-") vja. <^d. sep. 1. Fj-m 
et ~ (awoden) to get a th. from a. p. by 
loving glances. — 2. hunt, e-n S3eäir( .,, 
0». ab-äugen Sj a. sep. to look for the game. 

ob-botfeii (^*'") ®r. sep. I vja. 1. oeft: 
to dry. — II vjn. 2. (fn) abgcburfen fn to 
be too much baked, to be overbaked; bag 
»tot ifl obgebacten the crust conies (or 
breaks) off ... — 3. (tj.) to finish baking. 

ob-boben (*-") vja. ig,b. sep. 1. to wash 
off (or remove) by bathing; F fie t)Qbcn fid) 
gtljorifl abgcbabet they had a thorough 
wash or cleansing. — 2. feine ^liorfen ^ 
to use up one's (bathing-)tickets. 

ob-bööcn (^-") vja. (?ia. sep. to foment 
(thorouglily). |to lift ... from the bier.1 

ob-bo^ren (•'-") vja. ©a. sep. t-n Sarg ^) 

ab-bafen ^ (•'--) «/a. ^a.. sep. 1. © Sei«, 
ien: to mark off with stakes. — 2. \1> öq§ 
gobrroafjei ^ to buoy (off) the fairway. 

Ob-bolgcil (^^i") ^a. sep. I vja. ein Zier 
~ (a. ob-bölgen) to skin ... ; (liiinben) to Hay ; 
Stbfen .,. tu shell ... — II F fid) ^ vjrefl. to 
have a (good) wrestle or romp (mit j-m 
with a p ). [= Qb-ängftigen.l 

ob-bongen (^^") fii^ ~ vireti. ?i,a. sep.) 

ob-borbieren (*"-") via. (g,a. sep. to 
shave oft (a p.'s beard, whiskers). 

Ob-boften © (^-i") vja. Qib. sep. to 
strip (trees) of the bast or inner bark. 

9Xb-bau (*-) m @ 1. agr. in ^ bringen 
to put out of cultivation. — 2. out-fann 
(apart from the chief estate). — 3. X: 
a) wi»rking(i>famine), exhaustion (of ore); 
bj opening (of a pit) ; c) worked-out mine. 

«Ib-bau...., tU^... X (fi-t...) in sngn : ,^oxi 
m, n,fhtdt f board, headway; /%..fo^le / 
level : /wioürbig a. worth working, paying. 

ab-bau-rn (^-") i|i,a. sep. I ojn. (t).) unb 
virefi. 1. fid) ^ to build away from other 
farms. — II vja. 2. öen 9JJürtt bauen u. ^ 
to put up and take down the booths. — 
3. agr. to allot (plots of land). — 4. J^: 
a) to work ; bJ eillc3ed)t ~ (aufaeben) to pull 



down a mine; c) bQ§ ©runbreaffer ^ (fort, 
liafitn) to drain (the water from ...). 

ob-boumcn ('^-") vjn. (1).) @,a. sep. hunt. 
to come down from a tree. 

nb-biiunicn © (■2-") via. ©a. sep. aceberei : 
to take from the loom. 

ab-beeren (*-") vja. @a. sep. to strip 
of berries ; Stauben : to pick from the bunch. 

ab-befe^len (ß^-'^') vja. %A. sep. to 
countermand, to counter-order. 

nb-be^oltfii (ß"»*") via. ^p. sep. ben 
^ut ^ to remain uncovered. 

ab-bri^en (*-") ?on. sep. I via. 1. to 
bite off; \\i) e-n ^''^n ~ to break a tooth 
(in biting); er bcifet ficb bie 9JägcI ob he 
bites his nails. — 2. fig. er bot aller Scbam 
ben i?opf abgcbiffcn he is dead to all sense 
of shame; cr luollfe fid) oori'adjen bie3>i"9f 
^ he split his sides with laughing. — II fid) 
^ vjrefl. a. vlrpr. 3. to tire o.s. with biting. 

— 4. F ftf bcifeen pcb eroig eo. ab they are 
for ever bickering and biting. 

ob-beigen (^-") I vja. ^Ic sep. 1. med. 
to cauterise. — 2. © mit Scbcibemafjer ~ 
to remove with aquafortis; ©ctbetei: to taw 
(skins); SRetoa-erae .^ (abbrennen) to pickle ... 

— II 2t~ n ^c. med. cauterisation. 
ab-befommeii (*">*v.) ^ja, ^c. sep. 1. F 

to get off, to succeed in removing. — 
2. (leinen Seil et^olten) to come in for ... ; F e-c 
Srod)! ipriigel .^ to get a good beating ; F er 
l)Qt etn)ü§ (mit) ^ he got his share. 

ab-bellen (*>'") fid) ~ vjrefl. @,a. sep. to 
tire o.s. with barking. 

ab-berfteii C^''"^) vjn. (fn) @d, (f. bcrften) 
Sep. to burst (or fly) off. 

ab-berufen {^"-") I via. @q. sep. to 

call away or back or home; (Sott 5ot il)n 

summoned him (to His eternal home) ; e-n 
©elonbten .^ to recall ... — II W/N- n @c. u. 
5lb-bcrufun9 f @ call(ing) home, recall. 

3lb-berufuii9§... (*"-"...) in Sffan, j».: 
<vfd)reibcii n letter(s) of recall. 

ob-bfftelien (fi^«'") I «/a. @a. sep. to 
countermand, counter-order. — II 'ü~ n 
@c. u. ^Ilb-be-ftellung f @ counter-order. 

ab-beten (^-") I oja. @,b. sep. 1. ein 
©ebet ^ to say (off) ... mechanically; einen 
SHoftnfranii .^ to count (or tell) one's beads. 

— 2. (fflbnen) to expiate by one's prayers. 

— 3. (obroenben) to avert by praying. — 
II 9l~ n @ic. (Sü^ne) expiation. 

ob-betteln ('^^") vja. ^d. sep. j-m et. .x, 
to get (or obtain) a th. from a p. by begging. 

ob-betlen (^''") vja. ^b. sep. I vja. e-n 
3flu6 ~ to turn (or divert) ... into a new 
bed. — II fid) .>, vjrefl. fid) Don ber SBonb 
^ to remove one's bed from the wall. 

ob-bcugen (^-^) vja. @a. sep. = ah' 
biegen, bfb. 4. |üb-}Q()Ien.) 

ab-bejal)Ien (^«i") via. @a. sep. =/ 

ob-bicgcii ('''-^) ^f.sep. I via. 1. {ant. 
an-faiegtn) to bend off. — 2. (trennen) to de- 
tach. — 3. hort. ( ablegen ) to take layers 
(or slips) of. — 4. gr. w inflect. — II vln. 
(fn) ill e-e oubere ©trafee .v, to take a(nother) 
turning; bom aBegc ^ to turn aside from ... ; 
mo bie ©trafee abbog where the road 
branched off. — III 2l~ n @c. unb Slb> 
biegung f @ turning; gr. Inflexion. 

Slb-bilb (*^) n #: a) image, (faithful) 
copy; e-tipetfon: likeness, portrait; ein .v 
don et. m. lafjen to have a th. (faithfully) 
copied; b) fig. biefe ffiotte Pnb bQ§ .„ f-r ©e- 
riiiiuing ... the true reflection of his mind. 

Ob-biIbfll('''>'^)?ib. »("/>. I via. 1. to copy, 
to portray; fig. to dejiict; alä Süngling 
abgebilbef in the shape (or figure) of a 
youth; in SBa^S, ffiipS .^ to model (or 
mould) in ... — II fit^ ^ vjrefl. 2. to be 
reflected (or delineated) in. — III tl^n 
@c. u. lUb-bilbung /■© 3. (ogl. I) copying; 



modelling. — 4. nut 9l..,un9: a) sketch; 
cut, illustration; b) = *2lb-bilb. 

ob-binifen © (^''") via. eic. sep. to 
rub with pumice(-stone), to pumice. 

ab-binbcn (^''"j I via. (&a.. sep. I. {ant 
on-bmöen) to unbind, to untie, to uncord- 

— 2. ein .Ralb .^ to wean a calf. — 3. surg. 
to uuderbiud, to tie (<iff), (c-e Sffiatje) to 
string. — 4. © SBBttiberei : to (new-)lioop 
(a cask); carp, to frame. — 5. fig. F e-n 
i'änn.», to pay off (or to discharge) a debt 
or old score. — II 2l~ n @c. unb ?lb« 
binbung/"® (act of) unbinding, &c. 

3lb-b"iB f^«') m 43 1. bite, biting off. — 
2. ?2:eufeI§=.N, devil's bit (.Scafc/o'sasMcci'sn). 

9lb-bittr(*-*^) /"(©apology; j-m (au(b: bei 
j-m) .V tt)»n to ask (or to beg, ftättii: to 
implore or to crave) a p.'s pardon; öffent- 
lid)e ^ amende honorable Ift.J. 

ab-bitten ('^>'") I vja. ^i. sep. 1. j-m 
et. ~ to beg a p.'s pardon for ..., ftStter: to 
tender to a p. one's (humble) apologies 
for ...; öffentlich ~ to make an amende 
honorable for. — 2. (etfieben) to obtain by 
begging a p.; (abreenben) to deprecate. — 
II ab-bttteiib/>./>r. u. a. @b. deprecatory. 

ob-bittetneife (^-^-i") adv. apologetically; 
dejjiefiit'inly ; b\ wav of ii|>olci<ry. 

ab-blafen (^-") @p. sep. I via. 1. (»eg. 

Moien) to blow off or away ; bie 3Röbcl .^ to 
blow the dust off ... — 2. J" t-e SDlelobie ~ 
to blow ... (on a wind-instrument). — 

3. (oniiinbigen) to sound (the hours, &c.). — 

4. hunt, bie ^unbe «. to call off (or himie) ... 
(with the bugle) ; bie 3agb .„ to sound 'the 
death*. — II vln. {]).) (jum Süctjug blafen) to 
sound the retreat. l(= Der-fd)icBen).l 

Qb-bloffeii {'^•''^} W»i.(fu) 2i,c.sfjo.to fade/ 
ab-blatten (*>'") vja. @b. sep. 1. to 
strip (or deprive) of leaves. — 2. bom SDei»- 
ftod: to trim. — 3. oom SDilbe: to browse. 

ab-blattem (*■*") vjn. (b.) @d. sep. 
path, to peel after the small-pox. 

ob-blöttern (*-'") @,d. sep. I vja. un» 
fid) ... vjrefl. to shed (or lose) the foliage. 

— II vln. (fn) unb fil^ .V (oWäfin) to scale 
off; tnin.,&c.: Qj to exfoliate; /la/A. : <27 to 
desquamate (i. a. ob-blattern). — III ?t<v 
« @c. unb Slb-blötteruiig f @ min., «fee- 
/27 exfoliation; jua^A.: C7 desquamation. 

Qb-bläuen {^-^) via. fea. sep. 1. (bta« 
ma^en) to give a bluish tint to; bie 2Däl4e -^ 
to blue ... — 2. = ab-bleuen. 

ab-bletben (^-") vln. (jn) @o. sep. to 
keep (or remain) off. 

Qb-bleid)cn(*-")@a. sfp. I t)/a. to bleach 
(off); to finish bleaching. — II vln. (jn) to 
(grow) pale, to blanch ; weite, to fade. 

ob-bleuen F(^-") via. ©a. sep. (wiogen) 
to thrash (or cudgel) soundly. 

ob-blicfen (*>'") vjn. (b.) @a. sep. to 
glance aside; ohne obäubliden without 
looking up or tak. ug one's eyes off. 

Db-bli^en (*>'") I vjn. (fn) i^c. sep. 
1. vjinip. es ^at (fid)) abgebüßt the lightning 
has ceased. — 2. eon SUnten: to miss fire; 
fig. F to (suffer) fail(ure); to get a snub; 
j-n ^ laijcn to give a rebuff (or snub) to a 
p. — II IM/N, n @c. Ü Hash in the pan. 

ab-blii^tn (*-^) I vjn. (t). unb jn) ^a.. 
sep. I. ^ (ant. in SJliife ffij)cn) to cease 
blossoming orblooming. to shed the bloom. 

— 2. abgeblüht: a) fig. faded; fie ifl abgc« 
bmi)t ... (lassee; b) * deflorate. — II %~ 
n ^)c. fall of the blossom, ^ deHorescence. 

SJb-bliJtr (*--)/■© (o././.) = ab-blüt)cn II. 

ob-bot)ren © (^-") vja. ijia. sep. to bore 
right tliroiigh. Iterrier.l 

21b-bo()rer © (^-") w @a. long borer,/ 

ob-borgeii {^•^") vja. ^ a. sep. j-m et. ... 
to borrow a th. from (or of) a p. | to slope.) 

Ob-biJjd)en (^'*") via. u. vjn. ((j.) ?i,c. sep.f 



Siga»[t^^eeep&eelX); Ffamiliar;P vulgar; f flash; \rare; t obsolete (died); 'new word (born); V+ incorrect; «/scientific; 






The Signs, Abbreriationa and det Ob>.(#— •) ar« explained at the befioniog of tbii Ux^k. | il UDO . . . Jl U Ud... ] 



ftb-bblrtiunn («•*-) f % «lope, slant. 

ab-boJirlUn ('^>') vjn. 5j,c.(d.) tep.Xatm- 
bo8M (in wax), to nindi;!. |üf silver, &c.| 

?lb brnnb O ('^) »» Ot mriall. wasU-/ 

0Ü bralirn ^^ C'"*") »-/a. ^ic. «fp. kU 
Crgd -^ to l>tnr'(; aback anil All ... 

ab-bratrii (*-") via. o»]>. grp. to roast 
thxrowirlily ; ({lit (ibflrbrnUii well done. 

ab-braurt)rn I*-") I via. öi.a. «r/j. to 
wtarout. — II Qb nfbrnnrt)tp./).u. a.6*b. 
usi'd up; worn out. jbruwiriic-l 

ab braiirii I'-") via. 6\,K.afp. to finish/ 

ab braiinrn ('-") via. cia. srp. va. a««- 
fünft: to lirown tliori<ii)ftily. 

ab-braiijrn (*-") W». cic. «cp. I.(l).u.fi0 
to ci'Mso fi'iiiK'iitinf; or roaring. — 2 (jii) 
to rusli cjff; A eom 2fiiiiptDagfli: to st«an) 
off or out of III«- Httttion. 

ab-brfftirn (*>'•') »<i.sep. I vja. \.(ant. 
an-nuidjiiil tu liit-ak ufT; tiirj ^ to biiaf) 
<offl. — 2. fftfb. !>.int : etunm, C»ri It. : t« 
pluck, to pick : bit 6pit;c ooii ct. .v to brt-nk 
the point of a th.; c-n ;>)ül)n^to bruak (a 
piucu uO a tooth ; tin 3rii .s. to striko ... ; ctnc 
Slanti .,. to |>ull down ...; rin &rrQfi ^ to 
takudown h< all'oldin»c: t(tftunaiDctic.„todi.s- 
limntlu ... ; O CAloflirri : tin CAiot -^ to take 
off...; CAmicbc bit J(^iii-cifcn ^ to unKJioo 
a horse; ijr. rin JDoti ^ to divide ... ; iK« bic 
(Slicbcr .„ t') break off the tiles; baO I'ngrr 
.w \*} break up (or to move) the camp; rint 
•tlicte - Ui break (ur pull) down ...; /■//. 
allt *i*rfirfi'n bmtcr pd) - to burn one'ü 
boats (behind one): ^ (in (nitcSI Z.i)\\\ -. 
to bri-ak (ur rip) up a (condcnincd) vcüsol; 
*ti £tuim brad) bdi Arciijinafl ab ...carried 
away (ur ofl) the niuzen-nia.st. — 3. fiij. 
<au<t)6trn m.) to st^ip, to interrupt; >li|li4: 
to cut Hliort; eoiftftrigciirnt : to discontinue; 
^ (-C iScliiflcruiig .^ to raise asietre: bit 
«ibdi ^ to knock off...; alle '^rii(l)iingrn .^ 
to sever (or cut off! all connexion with; 
brn UninunQ mit j m ... to break off all 
interi-oiir.sf wiili a p., T to cut a p. — 
4. \aiit. jii-ligni) ••• üb-^iclnn. — II /•/".: 
•)(|n) 5. tol>ii-uk(or.snnp)ot1; li)(|).) U.anf 
ttm 3al)rniat(lc: Ui pack Up. — 7. Ai/- (ant. 

(ortiiiiircii) to cease; Inrj..,. tostopHliort; 
«n bet tNcoc .^ to coniu to a (dead) stop; 
to break down; »on t-t Ortitluna: to break 
off (altruptly); ivir rooilcii bittuon .„! let 
us drop the subject! — 8. Ü \\\ iJiiificn ^ 
to form (in) two deep. — III vittfl. fid) 
{dal.) rtllUlS ^ tl. (liit rtiral tirtlatirn) to deny 

o.s. a lliintc. fid) i'l:u<.* am 'Ulimbc ^ to g» 
short of ilood). fid) till bet *J{>il)rung .V to 
pinch O.S.; fid) iiicbtS ~ not to deny (or 
ktint) o.s. aiiylhitiK (ur the least th.). — 
IV abgrbrudjrn p.p. u.a. >l>. 10. broken 
off, Ac, — II. rhrl. abrupt. diMconnected ; 
aphoristic; in obQcbiOibmin Ul'vrtrn iDitAtn 
... in l)rokeii Ni'iiiem CM. — V iln, M ?«c. 
a.flbbrrdiunn/ «» luuakintr of); interrup- 
tion; di!<(i>ntMiiinii> e; c■'.s^atlon; iN.tuirifi 
demolition ; cmr« ll>ciiri : divisii.n ; fit/. In btt 
Vfkf K. : dead (ur nudden) »top. 

ob-brrnnrn (*>*-) 2j »rp. Ii/«. 1. to bum 
down ; «iiif < UM ■.. to dontruy ... by fire. — 
2. (Iciii(tailrnl tt) reniovu by lire ur by 
burniiiK or eorroHives — 3. dm ffamsi u. 
.« to lire (ur dis< harire) ... ; (III i\(»(tll>(t( ■> 
to lot off ( ur to diNpiay ) llreworks. — 
4. (irilla t>i(nnin) to lini>>h tiuminK. <lkc. — 
6. O Wtiaiu ^ to refine (by tire), to treat 
in the rellniiiK-furnaee: ntMiiij k. .« [it 
•fUin) to piekle ... ; «uu ^ to teiiipei ... - 
4" tin CAiIII ... (|un A.i|i«l«tn ttlnttmnri«) Ui 
bream, cttnt fd)ll(ll ^UiiiJtii) tod- 

— II »•/«. (fll) U. to llV COIIDUUK •! ■ 
»•n Vrilvnfii: lo suffer by (or to lotiv oiui'.i 
properly lbr\iu)rli) a tiro. ~ 7. »tn ««ul. 
•alfai to fo u0: MM atakniNti to MmIi 



(in the pan): ehm. \dnitU ^ to deflagrate. 
— 8. (|B Cnbt HrnntB) to cease burninfr; 
bai ßruti ^ Infjrn to let ... drop or burn 
down. - III abgebrannt p.p. ■. a. ^b. 
D. Wb-fltbrannl(( CI ». -i*. I<. imade) )i<jniele>«i 
(by tire), sufferer (ihrxiiirh fire): ßg. T 
hard up (fur casli): abotbcanntcS Ciin^ 
bol) <c. : used ... — IV )1/^ n d9c. ant fib' 

brrunung f i9 burninfr (down or upi; i-i 
Ciaki: conllaKration; chm. deMaj^ration; 
k<i jtiirbvuirn«: lla.sh in t)ie pan. 

nb-brrnnrr (*'*>') m @a. pAy*., ehm. 
della^'iiilor. |viation.) 

WbbrrBiatur(— ro(")-£)|If.l/'4»abbre-/ 

abbrroiitrtn ("-r.n")--) fit.) I r/n. iyx. 
to aliriiJL''-. — II i\->, n 63C. alirid(.'nieiit. 

ab-brinflrn (*•'>') I via. fea. arp. I. (»c«- 
lAaRtn) to tuku away or off; to remove: bm 
etnu« ... to get off...: V com ^nldgrunbc 
.^ to unniiMjr. — 2. j-n Don tl. .^ to turn 
(or divert) a p.'s thought-s from a th. ; 
id) tcill it)n fdion bnbon ^ T I'll talk him 
out of it: baB bringt un6 lotil con unf(rm 
(^cgeiijlanbc ab this leads (or carries) us 
too lar from our subject; jn con (-r ©(• 
roobnbdt ^ to break a p. of a habit; in 
Doinirinfen ^ to cure (urconrert) a drunk- 
aid: i-n Don f(in(r QJidnun^ ... to talk a p. 
over: trir braditrn il)n Don bufcm iliotbaben 
ab we put this scheme out of his head; 
(I lu'6 (Id) Don f-m !liorfa^( nid)t ^ he could 
not be dissuaded from his desi|rn; baDon 
laiil tr fidjnid)! ^: F he will hare it (so); -n 
Vom rrd)t(ii IkUgc ^ to nii.sK^uido a p., to lead 
one astray. — ;l. tine JRcbt ic. .>. to do away 
with ... — II fl>*, n ^c. anb fib bringung 
f ^ removal; diversion; dissuasion. 

ob-brixftln {'•^") std. trp. 1 r/o. to 
take (ur U> break) off in small pieces. — 
II p/n. (In) u. virefl. fid) .. to crumble off; 
O tern nouripul IC. ' to scale (or peel) off. 

abbrocffn ( *>'«') i\A.»rp. m. ab-br^d(ln I. 

fib brndi (^-^) m n 1. . ab-bt(d)rn V; 
(in h}üua aui ^ D(rtnuf(n to sell a house 
(to be pulled down) for the materials ur 
as old materials; fii/. .^ (rtuabiAahliArt 9i- 
liciiungtn rupture. — 2. (»Httic«) giving 
way, crumbling away. — 8. (mi £a«ati«nr) 
wreckage; ( Braa'<A»"<"t<< Saab) alluvial 
land. — 4. fi;/. (Vraü^iftiiguag) damage, in- 
jury ; i>m .« tl)Un to injure (ur prejudice) 
a p.; bir« ibui ibm frinrn ^ f ... won't hurt 
him: fi •««« ^ tl:un todoharni t4>(acau.Hi-, 
Ac); bvm ^»aiiftd ^ Ibun to interfere with 
conimeree, to undermine (or slacken. Hiitri. 
sUip) trade; tifi bai f-iM tXiifc ^ gdban . . 
detract^-d front |ur M|M>iletl) his repuLaliun; 
m. \t\b<t\ til suffer ilamaye, Ac. 

)Nb-brud)»>...(''i...)ta3n«a,i8. :A^rbcil/' 

tlnr< •rbJubrl dilieilitlun. 

ob-briirtue {'^^) a. ^b. 1. brittle. — 
2. fi;/. detrimental (to), 
ab'brurftn O {'^^\ rin. (( ) dta. 

Vontoi^Vflta: to break (ur to pull) 
bndK'' t 

Obbruljtn (••'") r'rt 9iH. i»^. \.0rrt>t 
to (pai)lioil, tia ( 

devoid of all alin ', n iitlvrenl (aiitfi: 
callous) about oii< ■< h"ii 'iir. 

ab btulirn {'■*^) ^a. «'i>. Ira. tin 
aitl ^ to l>awl "ut ... — ll f)(^ . rlrffi 
to tiro o.s. by roannir or bawlinir. 

ab-bruntntrn ('■'*') via. sia. *rp l.t<» 

Wrbt ^ to iioittor . . <i. r IIa« Slis'« . t> 
du ({'«null tun«. 

abb(UtrHl'^~)r/n(|).)9ih ar^.Aar.t. 
cea.s,' (.1 

obbiiiKiH 
iron . «.tnortiti^ to III ' 

«b'burbrn i'-'- 1 I ■■ 
lotd. - II tu •< 



Abecedary. 
peflt-r«K'f. 



obburfltn (**^) via. Jjb. irp. t-a in«. 

to bnisli ...; t«« Cuat « to brush off ...; 
but li^i fid) ^ n (bt ~ r _ brushe« off, th« 
brush w'/ii't move (or ' ' 'i „. 

ab bu^rn (*-•') I t -rp. to a- 

piate, to at-itio for: n i,- "im ... 

had to suflt-r T.r it; tt. m : • • pay 

a fine for .„; ttaal im 9<tdns 
in (raol for ... — II Ma. n »' .-ib> 

büfiung f in expi.iii.n, atooemeoc 

«be (— -) n V^ l.K n f •v!..' »i,. '. • rs4 
b(im .« |)(t)(n to be an 

beirinner. — i.fig.i\., ,... i. I-..; 

nicbt (inmcl botf .^ he knows (a«xt to) 
11 thing; »ai. %lpbab(t. 

nb('... (--^...) la .i)flia: /«^nf f loweat 
form or cla.<t8; <vblld| n ilinf- 

book;«,nafif /■— -ban! : -^ men- 

tary S' ' \\ih abece- 

darian. 

BV nbtbor 

— 2. ie4a«»ni) shed, out-house. 
ab-bod|rn ('^~) 2\ a. $rp. I ria. 1. [amt. 

b(-bad)(n) to unr<Hif; tim Cuni! : to ti'iW 

(or carry) the roof off. — 2. ('4ti4b«anl to 
(build with a) slope, to incline. — II fti^ 
.. r'.irtl. to (r.nn a) ' 

«b barfiungi '--)/^ : ; 

.^ t t 9« 4uiij talus; c 
in.hi.e. — 2. X frt I 

flb badjungü-... 1^ ■ n 

linir Af lni,>c ..f th-' i 

•«Mubil I o.st (or expi'lise) ot u: 

«vHrrballuia », ^»tnftj m i: . a, 

angle (of a slop,') , r.T.itV;<%*tn: ofatalua. 

ab-bauiDiruc^'"! I in. sia.jtr» todai» 

up or in : OaStT .w to dike .. -- II tL« n 
Mc. a. «b-bammung f i§ 1. 1 1 Xr<*r« em- 
bankment. - 2 (aai H-^una) wur. wear. 
'Ilbbainpf-...i''-...)iai»4ii -hm.. 

■ fifl eV;i|M>r;itiMif- , I». ^ . : iw — 

^corr;d)tuiig: <^lr'' iiluUf 

/■ev.-pan; ..„|(t)al. ;-*«l« 
ev.-ill-.ti ; .vDorri • 

ob bampjrn ( I 

*bfi fn) 1. to evaporate; i.- 
porat«. r to steaiu i>ff, O '. > 

2. (fn) r bft 3i«. »«• ««•• 10 t 

... has steamed off (or out of •., . .... ii, 

out of tJi« harbour). -- II O ■ a. •> . 

luiftn (t. n. - III n.-. •» «IC aa» «W 
bambfung f M eva|>>raU<>n. 

, ab banipirn v ' ' • 

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notice of discliarg-e. — II SBib. SfaU : ~rcbc f 
farewell address or speech. 

nb-borbcii C^-!'^) vja. @a. scp. feinem 
fflhinbc et. ^ to stint o.s. (in food, &c.); 
fid) (dat.) ct. (am SKunbe, Sitibt) ^ to deny 
c.s. a th., to pinch o.s. Ito kiln-dry ...1 

ttb-borrcn (^J'^) via. @a. sep. Sffiaij k. ~i 

ttb-bcrfcn (■2>i") vja. @a. sep. 1. to un- 
cover: ein Xai) ^ to untile ...; ein fflett ~ (a. 
©ättnerei: ein SBeet ~) to strip ...; ben %i]ii ~ 
to clear ..., lucits. F to take away. — 2. Sie^ 
.^ to skin (or to flay) cntt'p. 

9lb-bfcfcr (^•!'-^) m @a. flayer, knacker. 

Slb-bCtfcr-... (-^'^"...) in SWetiunflfn. I meift: 
knacker's, j». ->..fnrrcn m knacker's cart. 

— II fflib. tjou: lieber n niorkins' hides. 
9lb-bcrfcrci (■'■•^"-]f® 1. flaying-house; 

(gdjinbuigr) knackery, flaying-yard. — 
2. flayer's (or knacker's) trade. 

ttb-bfirijeii (^-") via. @,a. sep. = nb- 
bum men. 

Slbberit (^--) m @. ~tit f @ Abderite; 
fig. ^en (jjrätitrtnfifr) wise men of Gotham, 
0~iid) (1. (?i.h. m.'ifi fig. stupid, F cranky. 

ob-titfcit 1''''^") via. @a. sep. Soft ~ to 
thicken ... (by boiling down). 

ob-biclcn O ('^-") vja. ßi,a. sep. 1. ben 
Soben ^ to plank ... — 2. (butd^ Sielen trennen) 
to board otl', to partition (with boards). 

ob-bicncn ('^-^) via. @a,.srp. I.f-e3c't 
.^ to serve one's (full) time; F X fein 3ül)r 
^ to complete one's year (of military 
service). — 2. (o6jaf)ten) to pay off (an 
advance or debt) by one's services. 

ob-biiiQcn (^■i^) vja. Cia. ober i|ua. sep. 
1. to reduce (the price) by bargaining; er 
läßt ütb nid)t§ ^ he won't be beaten down. 

— 2. e-m et. .»,: a) to hire a th. from a p.; 
b) to barter a th. off a p. [Qb-ftreiten.( 

ob-bisputif rcn (^^^^^) via. @a. sep. = / 
nbDiiifrcii i-"-^) |it. | c/n. (t).) (ä;a. to 

abdicate; b.jI. (ib-bnnfen II. [unwind ...1 
ab-borfcn (■^>'") via. *<2i a. sep. gfi^nur ^ to/ 
ab-bonncvn (•'''^") ^d. sep. I vjimp. 

e§ l)at fid) abgcboinicrt the thunder is over. 

— II via. to thunder forth, to make (the 
cannon) roar. 

9tb-bÖrr=... (*-*...) inSflgn. Imft drying...., 
iS. -v.griätjd)Qftcn flpl. drying-utensils. 
~<)ro§ej{ ;// drying-process. — II SBjb. gfaU: 
~Ofcii m metall. refining furnace. 

ab-borren ('^■^") vin. (fn) i^a. sep. to 
dry and fall off, to get parched up. 

ob-börrcn (^'^") via. (|i,a. sep. to dry 
thoroughly; O metall. to refine. 

Qb-brongen ('^•^'^) via. g,a. sep. 1. j-n 
«, to push a p. off or away. — 2. j-m ben 
5piQ^ ^ to push (or elbow) a p. aside; fig. 
j-m ct. .V, to squeeze a th. out of a p. 

ob-brctl)feIii ('^'^{B") y/o. ^i.8ep. 1. (foit. 
Muffen) to remove in turning. — 2. (fertig 
ire^ieln) to round off (on the lathe), to 
finish turning. — "i.fig. obgebrcdjfelte 33er» 
bcuguiig, Suorte formal bow, set phrases. 

9lb-bre^=... © (*-...) fn Si.'leBunaen, meift: 
turner's ..., jS. ^bant f turner's lathe; 
~eifen n, ^(tafil m t.'s chisel; «vjeiig n 
turner's tools. 

ob-bre^en (*-") via. @a. sep. 1. to 
twist off; einem ^ül)nd)en ben §qI§ .», to 
wring a chicken's neck; baS @a§, ba§ 
SBoffer, ben öat)n ^ to turn off the gas, the 
water(-supply), the tap. — 2. © (bte^feln) 
to round off (on the lathe). 

ab-brcfdjen (^>'") via. ^»e. (fte'^e bref^en) 
aep. 1. agr. ©etreibc .v to finish thrashing. 

— 2. fig. Qbgebrofd)cn commonplace; eine 
übgeörofc^cne Sfebcnlart, (Sntfc^ulbigung a 
well-worn phrase, a stale excuse: e-n ab» 
Bebrofc^enen ©tgenftanb bet)QnbeIn Fto flog 
a dead horse. — 3. F to thrash soundly. 

«b-brift »t («'S) f @ drift 



ob-bringcn (•^^") I vja. @a,. sep. j-m 
ct. -V, to wring a th. from a p. — II 9l~ n 
@)c. u. 9lb-bringinig f @ extortion. 

ob-brol)en (^-^) via. iga. sep. j-m et. 
^ to obtain a th. from a p. by threats. 

9lb-bnitf ('^•^] tn (?i) l.(bo§9lbbru(Ien) print- 
(ing); .^Bonioooejemtjloren edition of ...; .^e-S 
?lrtifell reproduction of... — 2. (SlSgcbiudteS) 

copy, impression; neuer .^.e-sSBudjes reprint; 
©flupferftec^erei : proof; typ. ^ Dor ber i£d)rift 
proof before letters: (Si^ibrud) phototype. 

— 3. (SeprSfle) impression ; geogn. t. gfifcften : 
ichthyolite, »onipfionjcn: dendrolite; ©.^in 
@ip§ plaster-cast. — 4. (exact) likeness. 

— 5. © (SJtiiifer ber Jflinte) trigger. 

9lb-brucf=... (■2^...) inSilsn, js. ; ^iiangcii; 

f im ©ewe^rfdjlofle : stopper. 

ob-brurfen ('^>'") w/a. ig,a. sep. to print; 
tflufenb (Sjempiate ~ to strike ofi' ...; toieber 
^ to reprint. 

ob-briicfen (■'''*") @a. sep. I via. 1. (ai- 

formen) to mould. — 2. (entfernen) to Squeeze 
off; ein ®eKe^i ~ to pull the trigger of ..., 
to discharge, to fire ...; einen ipfeil .^ to let 
fly ...; ein 2:i)ürfd)IoB ^ to snap (the spring 
of) a lock. — 3. fig. e§ briidt il)m bQ§ A^crj 
ab it grieves him to the heart; bte Singft unb 
9}ot roitl un§ bü§ ^erj ^ ... are weighing us 
down. — 4. j-n Ijcrjlid) ^ F to give a p. a 
hearty squeeze. — II F w/n. (fn) u. fid^ ^ 
vjrefl. (fortlaufen) F to make O.S. scarce. 

ab-bllbcln F i'^-") vja. C d- sep. ein Sieb 
.^ to sing (or play) ... in a humdrum style or 
monotonously. |Sanb!i6aft: to grow hazy. 1 
Ob-bllftcn ('2>^") vjn. (fn) fi,b. sep. son e-rl 
ab-bUHf((ll {^•'"^) I vjn. (fn u. [).) qi. d. sep. 
to grow dark. — II vja. ein Siib ~ to darken 
(off), to give a darker shade to ... 

ob-biinftcn (^^'^j I vja. ®b. sep. to 
evaporate, F to steam off. — II 2t/>.. n 
®c. u. 9lb>buii|tuiig, -ounitung f >& pugs, 
chm. eva[)oration, vaporisation. 

Slb-biinftuJigS.... ['''^■^...) in Sffgn. I meifl : 

= 9lb-bampf"... — II sfb. SJaU: r^\\a.\iii n 

© ©aline : drying-house, graduation-house. 

ob-bit})fcii f. ab-fiipfen. [(make) level. 1 

ob-cb(e)nfit (&^(^)^) vja. (g,d. sep. to/ 

9lbecebor(ier, t)ti8 (—-(")") m ® (@a., 

@) = ^bc=fct)iiler. [darian, rudimentary. 1 

nbcceborifd) ( — -") a. ^b. abece-/ 

obecebicren (— -") vjn. (I).) @a. to say 

the A B C, to spell. 

ob-edcn (■''>'") vja. @a. sep. to round off 

at the corners or edges. [harrow off.l 

ob-cggcu ('2>^") vja. @a. sep. agr. to/ 

ob-eid)en (-^-^j vja. ig,a. sep. to gauge. 

ab-eifern ('2-") fitf) ^ vjrefl. @d. sep. to 

wear o.s. out with zeal or enthusiasm. 

ob-cilen (^-") I vjn. (fn) @a. sep. to 

hurry (or bustle) away. — II fit^^f/rf/?.: 

bu braud)ft bid) nid)t fo abäueilen you need 

not be in such a hurry or bustle. 

ob-eifen ('^-■^) vja. @c. sep. to free 

from ice. [aöia).'! 

9lbcle ^ ("-") f @ abel-tree [Po'puius] 

Slbclmofrt) ^ (-"^) far.) m ® abelmosk, 

abelmusk (Hibi'scus Abelmo'schus). 

9lbenb (-") [^. pr. »on t oben = ah- 
net)men| >» ® I. evening; am .»,, be§ .»,§, 
abenb§ in the evening; e-§ fcfeönen ^^ one 
fine evening; geficrn a^ last night; tjcute 
a», this evening, to-night; morgen cu, to- 
morrow night; neulicb abenbS the other 
evening; e§ roirb ^, c§ gcljt auf ober gegen 
(ben) ^ (the) evening is drawing near; j-m 
e-n guten -x, fagen ober roünftben to wish a p. 
good evening; prvb. c§ ift nod) nic^t aller 
Sage ^ we have not seen the end of 
it yet; »gi. ou* loben. — 2. (etroog) ju ^ 
cffen to sup (off a th.); nic6t§ ju ^ cffcn 
to go without supper. — 3. (Slbenbgefca. 
f*aft; j. bg) evening-party. — 4. (lag cotter) 



om .V, bor ber Sd)(ad)f on the eve of the 
battle; ber l)eilige .^ (aSBci5naii)tia6eiib) Christ- 
mas eve. — 5. (©immeligegenb) west, setting 

sun ; gegen .„ (gelegen) to the west, western, 
occidental. — 6. fig. ber .^ j-§ t'ebeng the 
declining years of his life. 

9tbenb...., Obcnb'... (■^"...) in Sf-fefr.ungen. 

I mil: evening(-)..., jffl./v.aiibotljt^evening- 
nravers;?^. : ~l'effnrf)tiniflfe-r8antf(fioftev.- 
lights ; /x/blott n evening-paper; ^gcbet «, 
~fcgen m = ^anbad)f ; ^geläute n evening 
bells pi. ; ,N-(fpüjier)gaiig m evening-walk ; 
/^jeitUIig f = .^blott. — II Scfonbere gäUe: 
~befud) m evening- (or late) visit(or); ~« 
brot n supper; ~bäminennig f twilight; 
mfihrenb ber .^bänimcning F between the 
lights; «..bimfcl n dusk (of the evening); 
,^fffen n = .^brot; ~effcn§3eit f supper- 
time ; ~folter m ent. hawk-moth ; ~frtft / 
appointed hour of the evening; /x<geionft 
wftir(ie:evening-liymn, poet, evensong; i^,-- 
gcfcUfrf)oft f eveiiing(-)party, soiree ; grot;. , 
feine .^.g. crush, e^m. rout; ~gotte8bienft m 
evening-service ; tat^oliftScr ou(% : vespers pi. ; 
~:tnbif{ w, ~toft f = .^brot; «..freie m = 
.x-unter^altung; «v-tii^le /"cooUness) of the 
evening; -x/lnnbn Occident; /x,läubcr(in /"> 
m inhabitant of a western country; /%-» 
länbiftf) a. western, occidental; bie .»,fäii=^ 
bijd)i'ßivcöe the Roman (Catholic) Church; 
~mol)l n: 1. supper; 2. rel. the (holy) 
conmiunion ; ba§ .^mal)l l)nltcn (empfongcn^ 
to celebrate (to partake of) the Lord's 
supper; ~innl)lfebrot n consecrated bread 
(Cath. wafer) ; ~niol)(efcicr f conmiu- 
nion-service; «.-tnol)legänger(in /") m com- 
municant; /^..nial)letifd) m conmiunion- 
table; <x.niol)lSH)Ein tn sacramental wine; 
/r.-nioljljcit /"supper; /»/mufif f serenade; 
~4JUUft m ast. true west; /^rot n, ~rÖtc f, 
rJ\A]tn\ tn, «„fdjimmer tn sunset glow, red 
evening-sky; /v.ftänbd)Cii n serenade; /v.» 
ftcrn tn evening-star, (the planet) Venus; 
~tou »I night-dew; «..tifd)»nsupper(-table); 
~uineil)altung fevoniugi-liratliering; ~> 
Xodxti adv. westward; «.-toinb m night- 
breeze; ^jirffl tn = .x,gtfeüfct)aft. 

abcnblid) (-"'^) a. (|tb. 1. referring to 
the evening; adv. in the evening. — 
2. in abenblidjer (Stifle in the calm of the 
evening. — 3. (roeftUdö) westerly. 

Qbenbg (-^) adv. in the evening. 

9lbcntcuer (-"-") n @a. adventure; 
risky undertaking; auf ^ au§gel)en to go 
in search (or quest) of adventures; ein ~ 
beffel)en to meet with (F to have) an adv. 

9lbeuteutrin(-"-"")/'@ = ?lbenteurertn. 

abentcuer^oft S , meSr gbr. abenteuerlich 
(-"-"") a. ^b. 1. adventurous, venture- 
some; pol. quixotic. — 2. fig. odd; eine 
^i ©cfd)id)te a strange (or curious) affair. 

9lbenteuerlid)fett (-"-""-) /"©i l.adven- 
turousness; strangeness; pol. quixotism. 
— 2. strange (or curious) occurrence. 

obenteucrn (-'^-") vjn. (\).) ^d. to lead 
an adventurous (or roving) life. 

2lbeuteurer (-"-") tn @a., /x-in f @r 
adventurer »j, adventuress f; (fa^rcnber 
Kilter) kuight-erraut. 

aibeiltcurer'... (-"-"...) inSf-fefeungen, jS. : 
/>.'Ieben « adventurous life. 

ober (-") {comp, sen ab] I cj. meifl: but 
(ftetS an erftcr Stctte). — Sfb. Sätle: er ift rcii^, 
lebt ^ oud) fet)r flott ... at the same time, 
he spends his money freely; er fagt nein, 
l)at e§ ~ bocb getl)an ... yet (or still) he has 
done it; oöcr .v, fonft .^ otnerwisu; ^, ^I 
int. what have you been about!; SBciS ct 
c8 nW! ~ bod) ! ... F of course, he does ! — 

II adv. again; .x, unb .„malS over and 
over again; taufenb unb .».taufenb... thou- 
sands and thousands of ... — ÜI 2t~ n 



Seic^en («^~ f.e.ix): FfomiliSr; PSoItSfpra^e; r®Quneripro(^e; \ feiten; t alt (au(* gcfforbcu); "neu (au* geboten); AunricfttiA; 



Sie iJtidjfn, bit ?lb(ürjuiifltn unb bit abgcfonbtrUn '^cmccrungcn (l^ — it) firib oom trfidrt. | 'lUCr-... ilOuH...) 



^a; tr l)at immer ein SOcnn unb (in V^ he 
U full of MjijU' or ImH iilwavH snni*; <>)i- 
jection; prvh. rotr bo8 ^Otriii unb bii8 ^^ 
«rbncbt, l)üt fid)rr au-} Ji>d(tcrliiig (^iolD ßc« 
tiiadjt, finia; li« wlii> fii'k'<i<^H beut will win 
tho liay ; oljtit ffit im unb '2U. unreservedly. 

Wbtr-..., abfp... (--...) in anan: -%-ad)t /" 
r>'pi;iiti'<l biwi; >%>olaiibc m aupürMtitiun ; 
^fliäiibiß, /v.Qläubij(f) a. 8u|ierHtitiiiu.s; 
.x^inalii) a. repeuteü; wad) .^matigcr (^rn<ä< 
^ung lifter repeated cimsideriilion, iifter 
rocon.sldenttion; ti/p. .^maligc ^ucd)fid)t 
revisal (of proofs); /^nialle) adi'. oik e 
more (fif^« ob* aber IlJ; /vlüi^wicruziness; 
«<>oit)in 'i cnizy. 

ab rrfritnrn (*"•*") I r/a. aid. g^^. j-m ft. 
^ toflispcissi-sM n p. üf a th. (by jud^fnuint); 
Jttt. : 6d)a&rn-crfii(j ^ to disuilow conipuu- 
sation ; ttiuiiS ^ t» ahjndicato. — II Ä-»» n 
öjc. urb flb-rrfriuiuiifl f 49 dispossission 
♦)y judicial dt-tree; 'ü^ blirgulidjcr ^Htöjit 
deprivation (nriie. Ion.s) of civil ri^'lits. 

Obern F(-") rjn. (Ij.) cid. to be (always) 
reiidy with a 'but' or an objection. 

nb-friittii (*>'") ii,b.*f/>. I vja. at/r ben 
^Atfcr ^ U> gut in tliu cro]>(H) ; bii ttctiribc ■>, 
to reap (or harve.st) ... — II t'/n. (t).) to 
coiiiplefe (ur finisli) the harvest. 

ab rrobrrn (3«/-) vja. oid. nep. tintm 
tt. .^ to wrest a th. by conquest from a p. 

abrfirn (*■*>') {»m. »»>/>. I via. bit 
Airjrtien Doni 9nuni ^, ben !t)aum ^ to 
oat (the cherries) off tlio tree ; i-n ttneSttn ^ 
to pick ... — II vjn. (I).) to finish dinin);. 

Übrlfinirn ("<*-'(")") npr.n. ^b. yeoyr. 
Abyssinia (— £)iib(fd)). 

Wbffiinifr ("'-V)") »• 0a, «-in f 0, 
obrijiiiiirt) a. ö^b. Abyssinian. 

ab-ta(t)rln (*>^") vja. ^d. aep. to re- 
move by fiiniiinR'. 

ab-fnil)rn (*>'") via. eu. aep. e-ne4ian( 
.^ topiirtition ... ; ftunni4Jl|rK.~ to classify ... 

ab-fdbrin, \ •Idbuif n ( '-") via. cud. arp. 
e»l)nrn ic. : to string: VoUn: to Unstring'. 

ob fnbnirn >!/ (^-^) via. ^d. aep. to 
fathom. 

ob-tofirrn C-'") ®r. aep. I p/n. (fn) 
1. Rdft: to start (awav); bn Aug fuljr urn 
4 (Ul)r) ob ... left at' four (o'clock); fit 
fuhren ab (iiniD>i(|cn) au*: they drove away; 
{a\i\ bcni if atiiobl they cycli'd oR'. — «ib. Qüat : 

— -1/ eft: to Met sail, «gn lanplcm: to steam 
off; »on «anbi .^ to put (or stleer) off. — 
8. T fin (U'lfiiii) to nmke off; ful)r obi Ftfet 
off!; »rue. (fl(ibrn) to depart (this life). 

— 4. fill, j-n .^ Itiffcu » ab-bli(jen 'J. — 
5. ((inabldliicii) to sail (or stt'am, ride, drive) 
down. — U. (abjUiitn) bdd 'ilicjjcr fnl)r it)m 
ob his knifu slipped. — II r/a. 7. to cart 
off or homo. — H. e-n Weg ^ to open up 
a road. — 1). (abnuttn) to Wear out (by driv- 
ing or ridinjf I ; vlrrfi. bir Rjb«c iuljieu fi(t) 
ob ... are wearinK <>ut. — 10 (jbiicnntn) il)m 
iDurbe ein VIrin ubgilaliren hu lost an arm 
by a carriu(fe acciilent. — II. cmr e<titit .« 
to pav off ... bv driving or cartnifC. 

«Ib-fillirt ('-)/' <t« 1. dopartiiie; ü e» 
Ojci)! tue ^ the last whi.sllü is blowing. 

— 8. >t bti: Nailing out of (ur clearing tliu) 
|M)rt. — ;l r fill, (tpk) deceaso. 

«b-|nl|rtiV.. "(*•'...) In ana« "«1H: ... of 
departure, deiiarturo-..., jt» <vnoflOr 4> f\ 
Hag of d.; ^dnfen »1 port of d; <vl)iillr ^ f 
departnro.(,irNUrtin)r-)platforMi, «vDlIrM, | 
•wplati »1 place of d. ; <%>j(iuH »n. ..„jigiia'l n, | 
~.(eii1)fn K signal of d.; /s-ifil / tinio ol d. ' 

'ilbjiill |'<^| m i\i I. b« «<i,\iifi K. : fall 
0( ... — S. («bl4iii(i,|(riil ill« livity, »lope. 

— 8. fig. ^ Von eiiwi 'll.ulfl |{. ilefi'. tii'ii .t 

•eOMsion from, lum I'v.int«: do.serti ■' 
o»«r to; hiat. ^ bcv "J^u^erlllnöe ■• 
th« Nothvrlands; »•■fiMdtaicii: 



from ... — 4. 4» »•• C4iM m« INH« ; Wway 
(- «b-triff). - 5. fin 
trust. — 0. fig. [ant 

— 7. O (Vriilnanii .off; .„ tm •«• 
wi4i deficiency (r ■.) of ...; in .^ 
fonimtn to decline. — Ö. (urtft ?lb-i4lle/^/.) 
Ben SDoat It. : waste ; eon Cbfl «. : refuse, gar- 
bage; e4U4t6dalic.: offal; flSiftc leavings; 
X f iiilings; ©fitftaU : chips, shavings pi. — 
U. OubtnaAccri : cscapoment(— v^nimung). 

9lb-fall-... ('■*...) In 3n«n ■»!(»: wast»-..., 
I». /vflofffO »»!//>/. waste m.itcrials.waste- 
siibstames pi. ; .%.rijl)rr f waste-pipe. 

ob-follfii ("--) 5" I'- •"■P- I »•/«. (In) 

1. mrifl: to fall (off), t» drop. — B'b. saOc: 
'J. # (leidjt) .J) (»on (}i&4un. SUllrrn K.) de- 
ciduous. — 3. fi'j. »on i-B ^ t<j desert, to 
forsake a p.; pnl. »on tiwt Vjctri.vto Hc-cedo 
from .... rel. auit : to renounce (one's faith). 

— 4. r to fail; \ i-n ^ lofien to snub a 
p. — 5. (abBag(in) to fall away; ftatt ab* 
gefallen emaciated; (nd, orrfAir^ttrn) to de- 
generate. — fl. (ubriatlfibrn) t*i (be left a«) 
wa.ste. — 7. fiij. tB fdilt (babci) nid)t oitl 
für iljn ab T ho won't bo much the richer 
(for it). — 8. (an o»tf •&"»' lope 
(down), to slant; fttil ^b p .i. — 

1). (bfrlitlrbfn frin) to Contr t--' , ^ ;• laut a«jfn 

I'^iiitKK* fe^r ob F it niuk' s ji p..or show 
after ... — 10. 4/: a) to bear awny ; b) (ab. 
irflbfn) to drift to leeward. — II via. ftd) 
(dat.) ben .^iilS ^ to break one's neck by a 
fall. — III »U n ®c. _ «ab-fdU 1—8. 

ab-|(illig (•'■'") o. 6*b. 1. inclined to 
fall off. — 2. (abfitmna) sloping. — 3. {ant. 
bei-fdUig) unfavourable; e-e .^e Pcitit an 
adverse criticism ; \-n^ (abl4t3«ii)l b(jd}eiben 
to give a p. a refusal. — 4. • inferior. 

— 5. ^ deciduous. — 0. (abuHnnij) in- 
clined to desert (a leader) or to secede 
from (ii party). — 7. \ (unflultig) void. 

«b |o(l*.... («^...) in ana» - 'Äb-foü.... 
ob loljtil O (*''") »la. ^c. aep. •ftttni: 
to shave (off). 
ob-fangen (*•''') 1 via. {rtp. aep. 1. j-m 

bit Zaubtn ... to catch a p.'s ... ; j-m Ijl lOanci 
IC ^ to cut off a p.'s ... ; j-m bit Aunbeu ^ 
to take a p.'s customers away. — 2. (tana») 
to seize a th.; Vnctt ic. ... to intercept ... 

— 3. hunt, to kill with tho hunting-knife. 

— 4. O nnb J^ ((IOt<n) to prop. — II ü^ 
n 3'>c. interi'ption. 

ob-forbrn c'^^) sia. aep. I via. to give 
the last dip (urdye) to a th. — II r/n (b) 
to lose one's cohmr. Itctltnl t«) chamfer. \ 

Ob folen O (*--) [|r. face] arch, (mi-i 

Obfoirril (*-«) ^d. aep. I r/a Sobua ^ 
(ab|if»(ii) to string ... — II i/n. (I).) «. fld| « 
vlrrfi. to come off in threads or Abros. 

ab-|o|trn (*•»-) I via. $ic. arp. 1. (•»> 
taflrn) to oini|H)SO; |ai. : U) draw up, to iu- 
dito; b'Mlift) - to couch in jMilit« temm — 

2. (— üb-|ani\fn i.'l i-n bei c 
ll)i)t ^ to cati'li :i p III the V. 

to catch a I' lod). — 3. 9 lu 

measure (or ^^ :t. — 4. hunt, ilit 

««lilt ^ to wind 'ill ... — .*> O , taut«: to 
bend II '*l^ M :>).■ 1, .Ml' iriiiuug / ^ 
con 

fl: I •■' r"> . ~iU/ ^ iu>ltt«r; 

»ai. 'let. 

Ob iiiiirii i-'") 3lb. ««•/>. I r'rt * ■ ' 
for ... by fasting II flit) . - 

starve .."< I f 

Ob lauten 1'- !■ 

ab tritjteni ' I : ! , 

lo wrest I •(• .' » J 



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II 



bil •««*» .« to frav 

«bfril....(«-. 

abteilen C'^ 
off, to cut (■ 

II v'n. (h I > 
91b feilidit 

ab-ttili(t)en. - ; . .■ --/' — 
ab-feimtn (''-) I r/a. ;va. «• 

.^ to skim ...; fig. V> refine. — 1 1 

frimt pp. as) a. >ib. crafty, ci;: 

gcfcimtei ed)iirte arm' ' 

knave. I U> clear 

obfrinen 1*-«) r/a. 1 

Ob fertigen («■i^) I 1 • . 

despatch, U> forward; tt. t;i g .- t-^ fiurry 

forward...; <(<4SHt: toexpedit-. 

(abvfifca) j-n ^ T \ai Send a p. 

business; |i(J) mif ''''' '"^ '"'• 

componsation ; fti: 

nva: we could no* 

n Me. «u «b-fen 

- '4. fi'i (« -- 
llb-ferfiguii I • 

...ofd. - 

- II 3 
dcchkr.itioii, ^IteUe A 

ob-fettrn (*'-) i-.n .1 

todoup with lard ur dripping. — 2.8«m«k- 
.^ to skim the fat off ... 

abfeuern (*--) : d. aep. 
•<»<bi ~ to fire, to dis<-liarge; 
auftosliootat. — IIr;«.(|) ( 
firo.-S. to stop hc.itiiii; or ;.r; 
n ^c. ink flb-feurruna f *» 
fire-arms), vl ' 

ab-ftebeln ? 

^ to scrapo ... — 2. ^ 

(bic Mlatfr tb| .ike out t 

Qbfiebem (---t r/a. ^d. • 
to break off ... (with the gros.^ 

ob fitrrn •! (*--) p/a. ^a. aep. na x» 
.» to vi'fr (out) ... lÄltcr off | 

Ob filtrieren O ('-■^-) r/a. ;ia. arp t.l 

ob-finbtn l^-'-') ?4a. arp. I p/a j-n . 
to pay off; «UaM^ri^torumpouad with. ; 

III SriluRc to ill : 
for... ; pari. Itmi' 



-»fit; 

in "I. 



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f." ~ 



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l«laf Xi^ux 

bat ibn mit 

be wa.^ iilenci-U » 

ffrfj in:t ;n , t„ 



t cuQipoiisat« 
^ '< a rr^nt v-> . 

milt 

'.:<;: 

— Ufirtft 

. arrang«in<>ot 

p ; JU Oabni 

I. ba| ._ lb»y 

;: I timt ...; |i(t) mil )-m ^»i|e« ^ \o 

14....'. one's roniciaiico. 

lib flnbung ('^) f % MttivoMOt, ar- 
ranguun • • r \ -— .nlto...;(l 
tolVallano 

tIbflllOllllii.-- . ' ~ 

.s^uiintiitn •:. -y 



I< t - 



of a Ul - II 



?tne 

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II 



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Villlrtn I 
II llltl. 



to pluck. — 11 



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[-»HJ"|IUU'»»»'^~ ZIDUC.J Substantive Verbs are only given, if not translated by act (or action) of «. or ...Ing. 



1lb-paU'...©(*-...)inSff8n:~fiJ6''(rinsing) 

buddle; /%/f)crb w (SBofiSbüinc) buddling-dish. 

ab-flauc(r)n © {^-") vja. ©a. (d.) sep. 

1. metall. Ctje ^ to wash (or buddie) ... — 

2. tutfimadjuei : tO rinse. 

ab-flccf)tcn (^'*") via. @e. sep. to unplait. 

ab-pEtfen (^^") y/n. (1).) @a. sep. »on 
BfarS.n : to come off (in stains). 

ob-fle^en (■''-") vfa. @a. sep. j-m ct. .», 
to obtain a th. by imploring a p. 

Qb-flicgen (*-") vjn. (fn) @f. sep. to fly 
off; Don ffitt^en ou(*: to be blown off. 

ob-flieBen C^-^) vjn. (fn) ^q. sep. to flow 
offoraway ; in f-nSec-^ to drain into...; \LbQ§ 
§od)luaffcr fliegt ab the tide is receding. 

ob-^ÖBen (•"-") vja. @c. se/). ^otj ~ 
to float (or to raft) timber (down-stream). 

Ob-flötcn (*-") vja. @b. sep. ein Sieb ~ 
to play ... on a whistle or flute. 

8lb-flu9 (*-) w ® 1. .^ ber ©tiiriic ic. de- 
parture ... — 2. ^ ber SBäumc seed(s) borne 
off by the wind. 

9lb-fIuÖ (*"*) m @ 1. (stjfiicien) flowing 
(or draining) off; discharge (qu§ from); 
® ~. be« ©Elbe? withdrawal, in onbcrc Sänbet: 
drain; (. a. ?ln-flu6 1. — 2. (Slette jura ~) 
gutter, gully; sewer; © mach, escape 
(-pipe). — 3. .^ eine§ Seic^cä !c. Outlet, waste. 

9ib-Pu6'... (^>'...) in Silgn, J». : ~9i'abEn m 
draining-ditch ; © ©icgetei: cast; ~rinnc f 
trench; /^ro^r n, ~rii^rc f escape- (or 
waste-jpipe; /vft^leu je /'water-gate; ~tien' 
ti'l n escape- valve. [How off or away.| 

Ob-flutcn (^-") vjn. (fti) ®b. Sep. to/ 

ab-folgen (^>i>^) vja. unb u/n. (|n) ®a. 
Sep. j-m et. .V. (laffen) to remit a th. to a p. 
(melir «br. oer-Qbfulgett). 

ab-f orbern ("^''^) I vja. @d. sep. 1. j-tn et. 
.V, to demand a th. of (or from) a p. ; ü bie 
I'arole ~ to ask for the watch-word; j-m 
iRccbnung ^ to call a p. to account (for). — 
2. (Sott iat tf)n abgcforbert ... called him to 
Himself. — II 4U/ n @c. u. 9lb-forbeniJtg 
^ @ 3. demand. — 4. (üibberufung) recall. 

3Jb-forbenin9§-... (^>'""...) in anan, js. : 
~brief m, ^jdjreiben « letter(s) of recall. 

9lb-fonn © («>*) f @ cast, mould. 

ab-formen © (^>'") r/a. @a. sep. 1. to 
mould, to shape ; in ®ip» ic. : to (take a) cast 
(of). — 2. Sdiutma^erri : (oom feiftcn nehmen) to 
take off the last. — fflgi. au* formen. 

ob-forftf)en (^'*") t^/a. @c. sep. j-m et. ^ 
to elicit a th. from a p. by queries. 

ab-fotPen (^'*«) vja. @b. sep. e-n äOJaib ~. 
to clear ._ of trees. 

ab-fragen (^-'^) vja. @r. sep. 1. to ques- 
tion (ftät!et: to examine) a p. about a th.; 
j-m bie fünfte .v,: F to pump a p. dry. — 
2. einem Sd)ü(er boS ^lufgcgebene ~ to hear 
a pupil's (honie-)lesson(s). 

ob-freffen ("!'''") y/a. ^m. sep. to eat off; 
Saubic; to browse; /l^f. ber ßummet mill iljm 
ba§ ^erj ... ... is eating out his heart. 

ob-trieren (^-'^) vjn. (fn) u. vja. ^f. sep. 
to freeze off; »on ©liebem a. to get (or be) 
frost-bitten. Ithrash (or whip) soundly. \ 

ab-fud)teln F (^•'") vja. @,d. sep. to/ 

ab-fül)leu (^-") y/a. @a. sep., fig. j-m 
tt. .^ to read (or to guess) a p.'s thoughts. 

3lb-fiit)r («■') f @, ~e (^-f") ^ @ »on 
SDaren ic. : carrying (or carting) away of ... 

2tb-fuör.... (^-...) inSfffln, j». : ~forren m 
(parish) dust-cart; -x-fofteu pi. carriage; 
~fl)fte'mn scavengering; cesspool-system ; 
^wagen m = starren. 

Stb-fiiftr'... (^-...) in Sflan: I analog „ob- 
füf)ren", jffl. ~etfen © n wire-drawing iron. 

— H Sfo. 5äae: ~arbeit © f Srattjltlierei : 
wire-drawing; ».^mittel n med. aperient, 
purgative. — Sgl. au(S ?lb-fül)rung§.... 

ob-füf)ren (*-") I vja. 21, a. sep. 1. j-n .v 
to take a p. off; in "ba^ ©efäugniS .v to 



march off to gaol ; »on SaCbcn : to carry off 
to. — 2. X bie 2ßod)e ^ to relieve guard. — 

3. p.g. j-n Bom SBege .>. to lead away (ftärter : 
astray) ; e-n 5Iub ~ to divert from its course ; 
\)a^ flibrt micb JU roeit Don m-m ©egenftanbe 
ob this carries me too far from ... — 

4. med. to purge; alS vjn. (I).) eon bet 
lojierenben SPerion: to clear one's system 
of, to take purgatives; Jo aperient, tO 
cathartic. — 5. eine ©iftulb ■>, to discharge 
(or to clear off) ...; eine ©umnie ~ to pay 
off ... — 6. fenc. j-n ^ to disable a p. — 
7- f" fig- i-n (fction) ^ to give a person a 
(nasty) rebuff. — 8. © (®olb) to draw 
(gold-wire). — II 9t^ n @c. «. 9lb-rüf)> 
rung Z"® carriage, conveyance; c-r Summe: 
payment; med. purging; © wire-drawing. 

2lb-riit)rer © i,^-^) m @a. Sta^tjic^erci : 
wire-drawer. 

Slb-fu^rungg.... («-"...) in sub«: ~gang 
m, /x/fanaf w, ^.-ttieg m anat. secretory 
duct or canal ; -v-mittel n = ?lb-fül)r»mittel. 

ob-fiiUen (^•*<') vja. @a. sep. 1. to take 
(or to skim) off; ba§ ^üi Don ber Sauce ^ 
to skim the gravy. — 2. iSicv jc. ~ to draw 
off ... ; in gflofciitn: to bottle ... 

ob-furdieii (■2'*") vja. @a. sep. to sepa- 
rate by furrows. 

ob'fiittcnt, P «futtern (^-J") I vja. @a. 

Sep. 1. SJie^ ^ to feed ... — 2. (beä 9Ibenb§) 
to give the last feed (or provender) to ... 
(at night-time). — 3. F ©äftc ^ to give a 
dinner (F a big feed) to ... — II ?!,>.- n @c. 
u. 9lb-fütterung /" @ feeding; ?l.^ ber ipferbe 
last feed of (or provender for) ... 

2lb-gobe C''-^) f ® I. («btiefetuna) de- 
livery; ipotitit ic: ^ ber Stimme voting. — 
2. (Steuet) impost, duty; J^ .x, an ben Staat 
royalty; .vn (bejjQljkn to pay taxes; l)ot)e 
~n jQl)len to be heavily taxed; briicfenbe .n, 
burden. — 3. ^ (ascijifei) draft. 

9lb-gaben...., (U,.... (^■'"...) in Sf.ff Sungen : 
^bureau n excise-office; />.'f ret a. free from 
taxes, duty-free; .^freie äüare goods free of 
duty; ,%,frett)rit f immunity (from taxes); 
«.'pä(()tfr?« farmer of taxes, 6/6/. publican; 
~i)flid)tig a. dutiable; ^Dertetluug f as- 
sessment of taxes; .N/lDejeu n taxation. 

9lb-gang ('^>') m ® 1. departure; »or 
(nnd)) bem .x,e beS ^u^e^ before (after) the 
train started. — 2. (auj einet Stette) retire- 
ment from; (eines 9Hinifter8) resignation; 
(e-8 6(6aufpteIerS) exit; beim .^e 00m ®l)m> 
nafium, com 5JJi(itär on leaving college, 
the army. — 3. ® e-r SBore: sale; guten .^ 
i). to find (or to meet with) a ready sale, 
to go off well; fct)lcd)ten ^ I), to sell badly; 
feinen .^ t). to remain on hand. — 4. (iDctiuft) 
waste, loss; (beim üBiegcn) deficiency; (bei 
SlüKiBfeiten) leakage; (an Unfoftcn) charges to 
be deducted. — 5. path, »on Slut, ©niie i-. : 
flux (or loss) of... — 6. = ?lb-faU 8; in .^ 
tommen to fall into disuse. 

Ob-gängig (*-'") a. ^h. l.®sal(e)able, 
marketable. — 2. (abflenu^t) worn out; .^ m. 
to go out of fashion. — 3. (febienb) missing. 

9lb-gangg.... (•^^...) in Snan. I analog 
„■^Ibgcing, übgct)en", jS. : .^.jeit f time of de- 
parture. — II Sib. gäae: ~biircou n out- 
ward goods-office; ,^bam|)f O m dead 
steam ; ~prüfuug f leaving-examination; 
/N^jeugni^ n leaving-certificate. 

ob-gdren (•^-^j vjn. (t).) @g. sep. to 
cease fermenting. 

&V ab-goten {^-^) mt ab-joten. 

ab-gottern (•''''") vja. (gi,d. sep. j-m et. 
.^ to cuax a p. out of a th. 

Qb-gauteln (^-"), ob-gauuern (•^-") vja. 
2j,d. Sep. j-m ct. ~ to swindle (F diddJe) 
a p. out of a th. 

ob-gcben (•"-") @1. sep. I vja. 1. meift: 
to deliver (up); ©epärf ^ to book (or to 



deposit) one's luggage ; e-n »rief bet j-m .^ to 
leave ... with a p.; j-m eigenbanbig ^ to 
put into a p.'s hands ; auf ber ijjoft ^ to post. 

— Sib. saae: 2. ein Urteil, f-e DJieinung ^ to 
pass one's opinion, fiärfcr: judgment; cine 
(Jrflärung ^ to declare. — 3. F j-m ein§, 
ct. .^ to give a p. a rap on the knuckles. — 
4. ® e-n 2Bed)iel auf j-n .», to draw on a p. 

— 5. oiel an Steuern ^ to be heavily taxed. 

— 6. (iiberlafltn) to give up, to supply; ® F 
urn biefcn 5l3rci§ giebt man nid)t§ banon ob 
it cannot be had (or made) at this price; 
er gicbt niemonbcm ma§ ob he keeps all to 
himself. — 7 (oufaeben) to get rid of a th. 

— 8. (etwas »otfteUen) to serve as ...; bit 
WittclSperfon .s, to play the intermediary; 
® to act as middleman ; er wirb einen guten 
Solbatcn .V. ... make a good soldier; einen 
^Ingenäeiigcn Don et. .^ to be an eye-witness 
to ...; e§ roirb et. Oicgcn, Scrbrufe ic.) .^ we 
shall have (rain, trouble, (fee.).— 11 vjimp. 
F c§ roirb Sdjiäge, Streit ... it will come to 
blows ; there will be a row. — III vjn. (Ij.) 
Spiel: (ant. on-gcben) to deal for the last 
time. — IV fid) -. vjrefl. fid) mit ct. .», to 
concern o.s. about a th. ; itb dtnn micb nie^t 
mit iljm .^ I won't have anything to do 
with him; geben Sie fitft bamit nid)t ab I 
don't meddle with it!; er giebt ficb ju Diel 
mit bieicm SRenWen ab F he is too thick 
with ...; ® ficö mit 9Uticn oiel ^ to dabble 
a good deal in shares. 

ttb-gebronnt (■^^^l f. ab-brennen in. 

Qb-gebrocf)en {^^^^) f. ab-brci^cn IV. 

9lb-gebroil)en^ett (^^-J^-) f ^ (o^nep/.) 
abruptness ; disioiinected state. 

ob-gebroftl)en F("'"^") f. ab-brcft^en 2. 

9Ib-gcbrofd)enf)citF('''"'i"-)/'@triviality. 

2lb-gefaUene(r) (^"^i"«) s. (^b. deserter, 
rel. ape (.state. 

obgefeimt (■^"-) f. ab-feimen II. 

2lb-gefeimt-l)eit F(^"--) f @ artfulness. 

ob-gefuubeu (^"'^^)p.p. »on ab-finbcn. 

ob-gegangen (•2">'")p.p. »on ab-gelien. 

ob-geglitten {^^•''")p.p. »on ab-gteiten 

ob-gegoffeu (■2"^'^) p.p. »on ab-giefeen. 

ob-gegriffen (^"''")/>.p. »on ab-greifcn. 

ob-geljeu (^-") ^s. sep. I vjn. (fn) 
1. {ant. on-tommen) to dejiart, to leave; 
4/ oft: to put to sea; ins Scbiff gefjt t)eute ab 
... will sail to-day; ber dampfet gcl)t ab ... is 
leaving port; Sübnenrocituna ; gel)t ab, gc^en 
ab exit, exeunt; ^ luffin: a) SBaren: to for- 
ward; b) Sdfiffe: to send out; einen Sug: to 
Start. — 2. ob- unb jU'gel)en to go to and fro ; 
auf uttb ab gcOen j. auf II. — 3. mit Sobc.^, 
Fjttrgvofecit ''ilrmce.^ Fto join the majority. 

— 4. med. to pass from the system. — 5.(fi* 
lostbten) to Come undone. — 6. (neb entfernen) 
to go away; tjon ber Sd)utc .v, to leave 
college; abgegangener 3?comter official who 
has resigned, bisro. ex-official; Don f-r^lci» 
nung abgeljen to change one's opinion; er 
roiU Don feinem 2>orl) ben nidjt .«.he persists 
in his plan; l)ier ge()t ber 2ßeg ab here the 
road brandies off; gcl)en Sie nid)t Don ber 
Sad)e ab keep to the subject. — 7. («baua 
leibeni to be reducible by; boDon gcljt nicbtS 
ob nothing can be taken off; tuoS it)m an 
©iibe abgel)t, evfe^jt er ... what he lacks in 
ability, he makes up by ... ; ber red)te Slatt 
gel)t il)m ab he is wanting in tact; ficbnicbtö 
^ lafjen not to stint o.s. in any way; 
it l)unbert TOort geben für Spefen ab the 
charges come to five pounds. — 8. Ä (9lb- 
lag finbcn) to sell ; reijjcnb .^ to be in great 
demand, F to go off like steam. — 9.(enben) 
to end; alle§ ift gut obgegangen all passed 
off well; e§ giitg nidjt gonj ghitt ob there 
was a hitch (sumewhere). — II vja. 10. (ab- 
nu^en) to wear (by walking) ; \ fid) (dat.}'t)it 
SBeinc nocf) et. ~ to run one's legs off' for ... 



Sl^os (09^ see page IX) : Ffamiliar; Rvulgar; Fflash; \rare; t obsolete (died); * new word (born); +\ incorrect; C7 scientific; 






The Signa. ibbrerUtioiuand det Obi. (•— •) are explained at the beginniac of this hook. (^(bf)C. . . ^]( bflCl . . . ] 



— II (•»■etln)V)pacf>off — III11.^n SIfc 

I Ubgiiiig I 1. 2 . |(in fib- unD ,<{u-t)rt)rn tiiü 
COUIIIIK &»(] K'"i»K l'>0 till) HilJIt; I 

ab flrifirn (•--) vja. iia. grp u> play uffl 

ab-flfii{fln(*-^)i'/o. »i (!.»/•/>. to scouriro. 

Qb nrutn (*-") Sic. »ep. I i>/a ifititm 
URiinbc (t. ^ to f ruÜKu OS. a th. — II Fid) 
.. t/rrft. u> fMiiiis'i o.n. by otiOB uvaric«. — 
Ogi. lu« üb-targrn. 

ob-flrlogfrl (*-^-) m« ob lagfrii. 

ob flflfbl i*"'| flfii» ab-libtu. 

«b-flflfbl-ljfit (»-•'-J /"Ö (•»ot p/.) do 
crepitiiilf. »«nility. 

Qb-flflfflrni*''^>')f.ab-tifflfn III ftcnesB.! 

Ob flflffirntjfitl*--"-)/*^ itpl.) remit-i 

ab-^t\obtn{'^-")vla.i),&.»rp.Ut&hj\ni\ 

ab-^tlumpt (*>"*) pp. u. o. 4*b. raifK.d. 

«b-flflllfjifllljrif («--i"-) ^ ill) (obne;//.) 

1. »onVtiienfn- »tilTiiuss, rcservud Dmriuura. 

— 2. ii(n eaititn: uzactiiess. 
ob-flriififll (*"-) i. ob-nfiflfn II. 

Wb flriififll Ijtit ('"--) f 4t (o.p/.)di8in- 
cliniilinn, I'iiMtftraiatn) avi.T.sion to or for. 

Mb-flfnul;t l)f it («-«s-) f 49 («. j,l.) worn 
eoiiilitiiiii , (eon ffici^rrn) tlir<'ailtiarunu8!t. 

?lb-flforbiiftf(r) («"-i"-) 5. 3*b. deputy, 

di'lc'^ralo; (rngl. tOolIlorilrrttT) Illonibcr of p.'ir- 
limiiciit; M. 1'.; pari, bcr ~ für iÖQll) the 
llniiiiuriililt' Mi;inbi!r for B. 
Wb fltorbiittfH'...('>'<'--...)in3ni»:<»'öou8 

n cliaiiiliur of (lupiitie», in Cngl. : House of 
ConiiiiotiN;>vlPal)l/'purliamciitnry ulfctioii. 

ob-flfrbtn ('"''') f/a- Sia. »<7j. l.OiVfit. : 
to tau lliorouif biy. — 2. fiff- ' '»'Sirtg bui^- 
»rüiKinl i'lt ^ to give a p. a (rood biding. 

abgrrrbrtrriiiafjrii F (*>'-""-" J by pre- 
Tlou.s urrHiii;i;tiii'iit. 

Ob flrrirbrn («"-") j. ab-rcibtii III. 

ob-Hfrilifii (*">*") f. ab-rci|iin IV. 

»lb-flfri|(fnl|rit(«->5--)/^ *»(../>/.) l.b« 
Itlcitang: mif^'cddi'gs. — 2. la Cltl: duaiil- 
toritii'ss. FjaKK"dnü88. l'Jiüiibt lb.\ 

tIbgrriiiU.!- frill ('"«»--jn Mc. ~| 

«b9rianblf(r)(«''H«.Äb. 1. deb^irato, 
envoy; gtljtiiiicr .^ cnii.s.sary; payftliditr .^ 
nuiu'iii. -- 2. (iKiianbirt) aiiibas8ador ; (!Bf 
•can3(t<iairi) pli'iiipotfiitiary. I.soiik'I 

<lb flfioufll'-^)»« 3t lttst(portion of a)/ 

ob-nnrtiirbfn ('--") f. ab-j(tci6f n I nnt II. 

Wb nfi(1)ifbcnl)fit («-■!"-) f ^ (o^n.p/.) 
retjri-iiiuiit, fiiitn: socliiHioii. 

Ob flfirtiliflfii ('""'"Ificjf Qb-fd)Ififtii 3. 

«b-flrid|littfH|ifit («->«—)/'(*# (p.p/.)po- 
lishlcd iimiiiiKrK), ri'lliivniout. 

Ob flf|rt)lüittn («>"*") fltu üb-fdlliffetn. 

Hb-öfld)lo||tiiljfU («-•J"-)/'^ (..^/.)80- 
rluHioii ; .V in I14 iiinipactnt'ss. 

Ob flridiiiinift I'^'^l I a. t>*ih. in.sipid, 
Rlifci : alisiii d ; ^c Oiitlai si'iiRulvsa talk. — 

II <l~f(iM n 5*1). (ctiiir />/.) absurdity, 
«b rtfirtiiiincft-ljtit («-J-j r 4> /iy. in- 

■ipidil). mIihiimIiI V. 

Ob (Kirtiiiilltni^>"*") up,», ob-ldjntibfn. 

Wb (Kid)iiitlriilifit («-«s— ) f M (../</.) 
(■tikli- (it) b'lii),' suimrated; iMolatioii. 

ab (U irt)i)iUn I«—") o. 94b. |. ub-jdjitfecit. 

ab i\fi(1)ioürfii ('--") |. nb fdjiuotfii III. 

ab fttifljfiM'---) />./>. ».ab-iclKii liuttti. 

»Ik ~l. llolll'lltlfN.H \ 

«b flflonbrrt-ljrit (*-■*—) f «• lf./>/.)) 

«buflpniiul Ijfil («"-*-) f M (»n». /</.) 
•uorvation, filukiiKlioii, laii;ruor. 

abftffliiiibfiii'>'-*-)i.iib|tii'in Itt.r.a. IV. 

Ob (Klturbrii i'«-*-) n,«« ati jitibfii i.'. 

Wb Hrlturbritliril («-<»--)/■ «« («tnf/>/) 
lMriit)4ulr|,|t(ii| iiiditTi'ioni'o for ur lowaidü, 
apathy , t\»H «iirtr«: di'itdMOMi, torpor. 

ab-ArftuHrn («--") r,«« nb ftofetii, »1». H. 

IIb«r(tump(t.|ifil(^>"*-)/"4tl#/^.)..ifln 
nfli: I O Muiitiii'x.t. - 2. /i(/. ubtU«UJU<)iS. 

«b grtljiin t'^'lf dblbiin 4. 

tbgritagrn (" '-) /> /^ icn .' • 



ftb-flftroflrn ItinC-'-^jn^c mawtn. 

tbr>-aitlmreiii'HS, Mliabliiness. ^ieo>liness. 

Qb-flf Iff If n I «-->') ;j.p. otB ab-t((icn 

ob-grisinnrn ('"*»') p/o. a« b. nrp. to win 
a th of (or from) a p. ; tr bot mi c I all I mtin 
(^lelb abgrtDonncn he won all my Dioriuy, 
b.M.r be Mfi.M:«d me, |-nibrnSor{prung »to 
get the start of a p.. tu kt«al a niarcb upon 
a p. ; 4/ (-m &d)>n( ben Ißinb » t/i ifain the 
w<;ath<T'iratre of a ship, id) (aim btt ^a^t 
(einen (Mifdjmod » I bare no ta.tt« for it. 

?lbflf 101 iinung ('-*-)/■ Öwiiiiiinir.Kain. 

Qb-flfiDonrn 1«"-") p.p. tn ob-iüdjfn. 

ab-flriDot|iirn l'---) i/a. «la. srp. j-m 
(t. .» to brruk a p. (of a habit); fid) iiial.) 
but '.Naiid)in ic. -w t» (rive up sniokiiifr, ^c. 

Wb-ortt)Ot)nung («---j / «^ I leavinu off 
a habit. — 2. Iireiikinir a p. of a habit. 

ob-Rrmoiinrti {'^^"jp.p. ». ob gcipinntn. 

ob-griugrn {'^'•')p.p. tsu ob-jietjen. 

ob-girrrn l^--) i»/o. n a. «»•;;. 4/ (Bit tr« 
Ootbrritil nait bfi finrn tfed b<i ankrtcn 6nU ak- 
Dnifecnl Ui sheer off. 

ob-flifijriU*-") lpla.(^e.$ep. 1. to poor 
off. — 2. rhm. (atnSnn) to decant. — 8. © 
(in fforirrn) Ui ra.st. — II 1I/w n $lc ■■! 
tlb-gir^ung f Ü <-A»i. (Dorfidjt^flre) IL. de- 
caiitatixii ; fttbr du« %b-giife I snb 3. 

*lbfliftjtrOl'--Jmida.nioulder, former. 

obflipifin ('•*") p/a. 41 d. »cp., Aor<. 
SJura« .» to top (or to bead, to poll) ... 

abgtrrrn (*''-) via. On,&. srp. j-mtt. .» 
to wheedle a p. out of a th. |fence) off.\ 

ob-flittfrn ('>*") via. Sid. *ep. t« rail (or I 

Wb-fllanj («<*) m » («b« pi.] reflected 
lig'bt;/!'/ nnid)iuiid)er.» Don a feeble ropy of 

ob-gtatteii O (*''-) via. Sib.«rp.(a./»y.) 
to tri^o the ia.st poli.sh (or finish) to. 

«b-flltid)..... BtiR © («-...) la Sfljn. »«.: 
~ffilf /■ equalling- (or smi>othing-)tile; iv 
flongr ^ utrmaitdri : adju8ting-tool, lever; 
^Xoa^t f »tint. ndjuNtiiig-scaloor -balance. 

ab-glrid)tn ('-^) I r/a. Qon. «r/j. 1. Bcift : 
to oijuiiliso. — Bib. 5iat: 2. # citnib unb 
(^orbecung ... to balance an account. — 
3. O arch, eine Stauer ^ to (make) level; 
abgiglidxn (»«■ QiJitcn) flush; »ii»r a. ix/p. 
toudjust. — II fU/w ^c. «. Klbglfidjuug 
f *% Q en eokeal: luTelling; % imnt., kc. 
adjustiiifiit. |flleid)«...| 

ttb-fllrirtiimgä«... («-"...) I» aitgn: - «b-l 

ob girttrii r--) tin. (in) ?<iu. (»ti«.. tUx 
nidt I* au>. Sth.) irp. to glide (or to slip) 
off, (iy. «atCiaiatitungra gleiten on ibm ab he 
pays no hei-d to ... ; Dom itfübe »<tX«jri» ^ 
to drift (»r to full away) from the path of... 

ob-glimmrn [**^) tin. (fn) 9<ie. arp to 
coANu glowiiig »r glimmuring; bie »brPoble 
the dying unibeni pi. |db gleiten | 

Ob fllilidjfn r (•■*-) r/n. (|n)Jic. »r/>. ^J 

abglu()ru i'-») Sia »rp. I r/a. 1 O 
Siitn i(. ^ to make ... red-bot ; inrlalt. laul 
ticnnt«) to anneal. — 2 Bkia » to mull ... 

- II (■/'■ (in I to reiiü« glon iiig. 

«b got! 1^-1 «I 5^. «b-gtfttin (*-»-) ^Ä 

(female) idol; fi,/ | a (tt.) )U f-m »e mad>rn 
to worabip .... lo iduliae ... ; ei madlte bat 
0rlb |ii i-m »f ho matte raonvy hi» god. 

I!b-g0ll-...(*'*...)lr ..Ulrr* r l: ' I 

idolater, idolatruxn 
.«.biritft >H idol worabip, ^ 
constrictor. |' 

ttbrtoflrrrii ■'-■''' - 

rtb rtfiiililii ' ' ' ' ■ • 

.. Deuljien tn » " an idol). 

abarabeHi'' : .«<•/• I ■* to In 

(or rvtuovi))by diggiiiff. -»1. (MRc 2 i-mel 
.. to vncroai b upon a p 'a field by digginir 

— 3. fi* ftH» -> t» mark off ... by dilch*«. 
ob-gromrii (*'") ltd) , r»v/( ;ia. $rp 

to pine awHV nitb giirf. (in obgegtAmlet 



ob grafrn f^ 


aa: 


Vj graze, t*3 i 




ob-grtilfni*--) ■ 


by 


much bitiidlintr • ' 


.-U. 


thunibed . cb 


1 


ab-grrn|rnl ' , I , . 


»rk 


(or to define) the froD' 


.ry. 


lin«« or liniiLi) of. — II ä~ 


flb. 


grrniung / if demarcation. 


«. 


tibgrunb i^^) |— otnc v.*)cu..: 


"1 K 



abyH.1, I e&Ijat If. )rb«iini, »lilf. ' •- *• 
precipice, IblOii«) > ■ ; :■ 

Äunot c-l ^e* Dor. . ; - 

edge (ur brink) of an ao) nt. 

ab-gu(ftn r ('-<") I— abf(b<a1 via. 9&. 
»fp. 1. i-m et. » to learn a lb. by watchioy 
a p. — 2 fid) [dat.] bit Vtigen » Xtj it/ain 
one'i eyea (.>r sight) by looking fur. 

nb-flunfl \ ('~) f ii. \ ab-tunllii «. 
^b. - -ua^gunft. m igQnf) 9 l»«v iM > -.). 

ob-giirtfu !*■*-) r/o. nb «<•/> t»jijngird; 
ben liegen .» to unliu< kJe ooe'i awurd; ita 
9)nt ^ to unbarneaa ... 

Wb-fliift i'"'i"i yi I ponrinr^ff Of f'>rth; 

eJtin 

- 3 

fouii > 

.» nti: 1 " ■ 

ttb-gu||>...,ab-guB 

■ritt: for ca.sting; i»* 
casting; ««^rrot » 

ab-liaarrni'--') :..» 
off the hair, to scraft« t 
t«tTi: to iinhair. — ilr/n 
$(1) baart ab the hair '- 

ob-ljabtn F (*--) r/a. 
^ut » to have one's hat off. — 2. (t tstQ 
(tioad ~ he demands bis share. 

ob-ljatfrn i'^^) r/a. :;a. »rp. to chop 
(or cut) off, *ii. aa4 ab-t)auen. 

ab-l)agrlll i*'-j in imr i" 1 •!> »C 

iia.srp 1 .<i«d 

hailing; ^>.v .. ,;,. , i ,. .ten 

ob^ttjagelt the bail has lur ; am 
have) kniK'ked off a 



id 

- 11«.; 

t; (jr^. pUt«, c ■ 

. O ("...) t. 8M. 

'T'iq a. ready for 
■.^ f4. for t 
I I to tfik« 
'. eat 

.r. 
tfp. 1. Sen 



a^l|ü(tla(<--l 

to copy (..r d'' 

ob-ljofrn i' 
abljalttrrni '- 
baiter of, to t.^ke 
ob boUrnr^-i ; 

tt ~ to kei [I .1 ;. 
flif. lbiBt<ni) t" 
»U.V.-- • .. 
inig. . 

you, I I] It ^ 
niitid me, en b 
a f • w dfMp» oi t.i : 
2. J< It. fi)a(!ft - t. 
iltitt» » til cht 
«•jnÄ » (•=«;: 
£l.,tm» 

'a;.-:ri t 



•.•ii..ik. 

■%. 0rp to unh*-»»! 



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I «»lalirt ■l [*' <t«*i 

»««rtlk-'lT I » * 

ab-Qdmmrr: 
' «k-tdnb<ln 

i«t<al to O'» •.,»!•• 
< dUM ft tK 0( a p. — t lirt««vw ' 



iMftI 



9 machinery; X mining, j( tuiliUiy, 4- uaiiu«, f Uot^iiua^ V 



ia]; V p««t*I A r»Uwfty: J mwdt (m* »••• lU 



[5lbl)(t... »lblCl)rJ giibftant. iBcrba fmb mcift nur gegeben, menn [ie nid)t act (ob. action) of... ob. ...ing (auten 



(of), to discuss. — 4. Ctllin§ ~ (oSbingcn) to 

knock something' off the price or the sum 
demanded; cr lii^t fid) nichts .v, he won't 
be bartered down (or take otf) a farthing. 

ab-^anbeii (^^^^j adv., tism. a.&.h.^ {oni= 
men to get lost; mir roar ein 53ud) ~ 9e= 
fommen I missed one of my books. 

?lb-^aiibler (^''")m @a. one who writes 
upon (or discusses) a subject. 

Slb-^nnbIun9(^>'")/'@(WriWi*e)treatise, 
paper (übit etroQ§ on a thing); (münbliiSc) 
discourse (about or on ath.); gcfammclte 
«en einer flciefirtm ©eicnWafi transactions pt. 

Slb-^oiig (•^^)ot ® 1. slope, declivity; 
jfl^er ^ steep descent. — 2.(c-8§üaetä)side; 
Ü (sloping) bank. 

ob-^aiiGtn ('^"'") vin. (I).) @s. (pres. auSi 
®p.) Sep. 1. Don et. ~ to depend on a th. — 
2. to hang at a (certain) clistance from or 
off ... — S.fig. »en i-m, Oon ct. ^ {ab^'dnm in) 
to depend on ... ; (an et. liegen) to turn or rest 
upon ; iia§ hangt oon 3l)ncn ob it rests with 
(or I leave it to) you; e§ Don Umftänbcn ^ 
lajien to act according to circumstances. 

ob-^äiigcn ("2>'") I vja. @a. sep. to take 
down, to detach; O to disconnect; A to 
uncouple. — II 'H~ «@c.© disconnection. 

ob-()ängig('^^")a.(iib.l.la6i4üfri8)slopin?, 
iDcliued; Ao/'/..^e§'J3ectshelving bank ; ^ m. 
to slope. — 2. fie/, (unieibftänüia) deiiendeiit 
(Don on); or. .^er ©aJ^ subordinate clause. 

Slb-Ijöngigfcit (^•!'^-)f@ 1. (sibWufRBteit) 
declivity. — 2. (unfeioftänbief eit) dependency 
(on others); tUnter-oiDnunaJ suburdiuallon. 

9lb-l)äiigigteit8=... (*-'"-...) in 3f..fc6unBcn : 
/vgefiJIjl n feeling of dependency; ~üer= 
l^öUiiie n dependent condition. 

ab-^arfcn ('^'^") vja. @a,.8ep. to rake off. 

ab-^ärmen ('^'^") fit^^v/re/i. @a,.sep.to 
pine away; abgcl)ärmt care-worn. 

ob-t)ärten('^^"] I vja. u. virefl. @b.sep. 
(jli^) gegen et. ~ to harden o.s. against ... 

— IIab-geprtet^.i>.u.a.@b. hard(ened); 
(eon aiietaacn) tempered ; gegen Strap ajen ah' 
get)ävtet inured to fatigues. — III 9l~ n 
(?| c. unb 9ib-^ärtuiig f @ act of hardening 
or tempering ; inurement to ... 

ab-i)ar}en (•''-") vja. @c. sep. e-n Saum 
... to gather the resin (or gum) off a tree. 

ob-l)ajt^en ('^'*") via. @c. sep. i-m et. ^ 
to snatch a th. from a p.('s grasp). 

ob-^ofpelu (^•'"^) vja. @d.sep. 1 Ssjjin. 
netti : to reel off. — 2. fig. F to rattle off. 

9lb-^afi)el(un8§)<... S (^'^^{^)...) in Sifan : 
~tnoid)ine /"reeling-machine. [away. I 

ob-fjauc^en (^-^} via. @a. sep. to blow) 

ob-ljaucu (^-'^) via. @q. sep. 1. to cut (or 
to chop) off; einen SBaum ~ to hew down (or 
to fell) ...; j-m ben ivopf ^ to behead a p. 

— 2. (ii^iaacn) to thrash (soundly). 
ab-^äufcn (•''-") @a., ob-^äufeln @d. 

via. Sep. to parcel off in heaps. 

o6-^outcn (•''-") @b. Sep. I via. to skin, 
to flay, to excoriate — II vjn. (^.) to cast 
one's skin or slough — III 91/^ n @c. 
skinning, excoriation. 

ob-^eben (^-^) <^h. sep. I via. 1. to lift 
off; bie ©pcifen ^ to clear (away) the 
dishes, Fto take away; X cine flanone »on 
bft 8afetle ^ to dismount ... — 2. abs. ftarten. 
fpiei: Sie niüfitn ~ you (have to) cut; jum 
©eben -^ to cut for the deal. — 3. ® ©cib .x. to 
draw ... from the bank. — II fit^ .^ virefl. 
SRalerci ic. : to stand out (in bold relief). 

ab-^ei^eln (^•'") via. @.d. sep. 3ia*ä !c. : 
to hackle, to hatchel, to comb ... 

ab-^cften (•^-i") via. ®b. sep. (roawaften) 
to unfasten, to unhook, to unpin. 

ob-^cgeu (^-^) via. ^a. sep. to hedge in. 

ab-^cilen {^-") vIn. (h. u. fn) (g,a. sep. 
to be healing. [to demand ath. of a p. ( 

ab-^eiid)cn (■'-") via. @c. sep. j-m et. ..,/ 



ab-^clfcn (^■^'^) @d. sep. I via. 1. j-m e-n 
<Roa~ to help a p. to take off... — II r/n. (t).) 
2. j-m Don et. ~ to help a p. out of (a scrape). 

— 3.e-rea(Se.^toremedy...; e-m Ubelftanbe 
^ to redress a grievance; bem ift nid)t met)r 
abjubclfcn this is beyond redress; ..-b re- 
medial. — III 9l~ n @c. = 9lb-I)tlfe. 

ab-l)elf(ii^ (^■^^) a. (gib. relievable, re- 
lieving. [(SBeine) to fine.\ 

Ob-l)cDen ("'>'") via. @a. sep. to clarify,/ 

Qb-tjcrjeU (^■^'^) via. @c. sep. ein ftinb ^ 
to fondle (or to hug, F cuddle) ... 

ab-I)et5en ('2^^) I via. n. vjrefl. @c. sep. 
1. hunt, to run (or hunt) down. — 2,. flg. to 
harass, to work to death, F to drive; fi(^ ~. 
to over-tire oneself. — II QI-n- n ®c. unb 
9lb-l)eljung f @ Su 1 : running down. — 
3u2: harassing work. 

9lb-l)ct}crei (-^"'"■^u. •2>5"-) f @ = S^i%m\. 

nb-l)eulen (^-") I via. @a. sep. ein Sieb ~ 
to bawl out ... — II Sl^^ virefl. to cry (or 
sob) most bitterly. 

ttb-f)esen (^^") via. @c. sep. j-m ettoaS ^ 
to obtain a th. from a p. by sorcery. 

ob(-)I)icr ® (•*-) adv. from this place. 

9ib-{)ilfe (^•^'■') f@ remedy, redress; e-r 
©ad^e ^ geroäl)rcn to redress ath.; bajiir 
gicbt cl tcine ^ there is no help for it. 

ab-l)obclH (•2-^) @d. sep. I via. 1. © to 
plane off; fein ~ to smooth; einSBrett.^ to 
rough-plane. — 2. fig. F j-n ^ to polish a p. 

— II jit^ -^ virefl. to become refined. 
ab-I)Olb (^•^) a. %h. l-m, e-r ®a(6e ^ fein to 

be ill-disposed towards (or to be averse 
to) ...; fie ift i()m ^ she is not well inclined 
towards him, F he is not in her good books. 

ab-l)OleH('^-") If/a. ©a.Ä'ejo. 1. to fetch; 
er bo'te e§ ^iet ab he came to fetch it; id) 
I)oIte c§ bort ob I went to fetch it; j-n (am 
SBa^n^ofe it.) ~ to go to meet a p.; id) ging 
il)n ~ I called for him; «y SBtiefe ~ to call 
for ...; bom Sriefttäßer: to collect ... — 2. vl/ 
ein Schiff com ©tvaube -^ to haul off ... — 
II 9l<x/ n @c. •1' hauling off; «s bet iBtiefe: 
collection ... 

9(b-l)0(er <» ('"-") m @a. (ber leine ffiriefe 
toon bei iPofl feI6ft abholt) one who fetches (or 
calls for) his letters himself. 

9tb-t)0l,J {^•^) n @ chips pi. 

ab-t)Oljen (*-*") via. @c. sep. 1. for. c-n 
Sera ic. ~ to clear ... ; e-n SBolb : to cut down. 

— 2. einen SBoum ~ to prune (or thin) ... 

ob-f)ord^en ('^^") via. iga. sep. j-m ein 
©eljcimnis .v, to catch up ... by listening. 

nb-^örcu i^-^^) I via. @a. sep. 1. j-m et. 
^ to learn a th. from a p. by listening. — 
2 (abfragen) einen ob. einem Sd)üler bie Cettion 
^ to hear a pupil's lesson ; lur. : S^ufl^" ~ to 
examine witnesses, to hear the evidence; 
Segnungen ~ to audit ... — II 9J<v « @ c. u. 9tb' 
^brungf® hearing; iur. : examination. 

9lb-l)llb ('''-) m (3J) io.pl.) 1. remains joZ., 
fragments/);. — 2. .^, bet Safel leavings /)Z. 

— S.Äiirtcnfpiel: cutting (of cards), — 4. (Slb. 
fane) refuse ; J^ dross. 

&m- 9lb-t)ulfe K. fie^e 9lb-f)ilfc k. 

ob-^iiljcit ("'''*") @c sep. I via. to peel ; 
Ctbieii !c. ^ to shell ...; (Setfle .^ to hull ... — 
II fit^ ^ virefl. to peel (or come) otf. 

ab-f|uiiH)eln F (^«i«) y/«. (jn) @d. sep. 
to hobble (or limp) away. 

ab-^ungent (-^'*") fid) - virefl. @d. sep. 
to starve o.s.; er jai) abgeljungevt au§ he 
looked (half) famished or starved. 

ob-I)ü<Jicn (ß>i^) vIn. (fn) ©a. sep. to 
hop (or skip) away. [slip away.) 

ob-^ufd)en {^■^^) vjn. (fn) öic ."ep. to) 

Qb-^uftcn ('''-") PJ-b. sep. I t'/aSd)lcini k. 
^ to cough up phlegm. — II fit^ ~. virefl. 
to exhaust o.s. with coughing. 

ab-^iitcii (^-") v/a.ig, 0. sep. e-e 2ßiefe .^ to 
turn cattle into a meadow for grazing. 



ab-{)ittten ^ ( ^^'^ ) via. @b. sep. eine 
3ed)e .», to shut down a mine. 

abid)t, öbid)t, äbig © (-") a. @b. »on 
Xui)-. ~e Seite wrong side of... 

SlbietiU C7 ("("')--) n ® chm. (Zannen^ota) 
abietin(e); «N^jäure /"abiotic acid. 

ob-irreu (~^^") I »'/«. (fn) @a. sep. to 
lose one's way, (abweiiSen) to deviate, mein 
fig. to err. — II 9t~ n 9§'c. u. 'ilb-irrung / 
@ deviation; (bes aetftonbe?) error (of judg- 
ment) ; (bei iiiiiti} aberration. 

Slb-irrUUgS«... (•'''*"...) in SL-fedungen, «teift: 
. of aberration, jS. : ~frei«S m (§0» nm bie 
Sonne) crown of ab. ; ^Weite f, ~H)infel m 
amplitude, angle of ab. 

9lbiturient("—(^)'^)llt.1w I® candidate 
for the final examination of a(state-)school. 

9ibituricnten'...(^ — (")'^"...)in3fign,mB= 
9lb-gang§=...:~ejo'nien«,~})riifun9/'leay- 
ing-examination of (German) higli-school 
pupils (previous to their matriculation). 

ab-jageu (^-") cja. sep. I y/a. l.einisfetb 
n. to over-ride, to over-drive ... — 2. hunt. 
ein Dfeoier ^ to shoot all the game of an 
estate. — 3. fig. J" ein Stud .v, to rattle 
through a piece. — 4. (entteifeen) j-m et. ~ 
to recover a thing from a p. by pursuit. — 
II "/«. (t)) to finish hunting. — III ft(^ 
.s, virefl. to over-exert o.s. 

ab-iammecii ('''^") fi(^ ~ virefl. @d. sep 
to moan without cessation. 

Ob-jdten ('^-'') via. @b. sep. e-n ©atten: 
to weed (thoroughly). [to unharness.! 

ob-iod)en(^"^") via. @a,.sep. to unyoke,/ 

Qb-toltcn © (^^") via. (^a. sep. ©eibetei: 
bie ?)äute ~ to Scrape the lime off ... 

ab-tcinimen (^'*")y/o. ?ia. sep. 1. to comb 
off; i-n ~ to comb ... — 2. © SBotte^ to comb, 
(or card) ... — 3. X bie Sruftroctit ~. to uncrown 
(or nntopl .. bv a fwell-aimed) sbnt,. 

ab-fäm))fen {'^•'"^) via. @a. sep. j-m et.~ 
to wrest a th. from a p. by conquest; 4/ e-m 
Si^iffe ben aßinb ~ to snatch the wind from . . 

ab-f OlltCH © C^''") via. @b. sep. to round 
off; eteinl^neibetei : to square ; (Wtäg Wneiben) 
to bevel; ludimac^etei : to cut the list off ... 

ab-tanjclu ("^^") via. @d. sep. 1. (»c*. 
fünbcn) to announce from the pulpit.— 2. fig. 
(ausitbeitcn) to Sermonise, to reprimand. 

Ob-toppen (^^") via. @a. sep. 1. hort. 
e-n Saum .», to top ... — 2. (abWneiben) to CUt 
(or chop) off. — 3. fig. F (i(*etten) to rebuke. 

ob-forgen (■''>'") vja. ®a. sep. j-m etroaS 
^ to keep a person short of a th. ; fid) {dat.) 
etroaS oom ÜJiuube .^ to deny o.s. a thing. 

ab-farren (^^^) via. ®a. sep. to cart 
off or away. 

ab-tarten ('^'*", o. *-^) W«- @1^- •s^i'- to 
(prelarrange; abgetarteter iQanbel got-up 
scheme, plot, F plant, put-up job; Dor^ict 
ubgctortct preconcerted. 

aib-foi-tuiiö (•^''", 0. ^-■-)f@ (deep-laid) 
scheme, preconcerted plan, iui.: coHusion. 

ab-fnftci-en (^"■l-^) fitt) ^ virefl. tQ^n.sep. 
to mortify one's flesh. 

ab-fauen (•''-") vja. @a. sep. to gnaw 
off; son Werben: ba§ ©cbiß ~ to champ (off)i 

91b-tauf (■'^-)m & purchase, [the bit./ 

nb-toufeu (^-") W«. «Si a. sfp. l.i-m et..., 
to buy (or purchase) a th. of a p.; # j-m 
ben ganjen Sorrat .v to clear a |i.'s stock. 

— 2 "e-e Strafe K. ^, virefl. fid) «on e-tSttafe 
.^tobuy o.s. off... Ipurchaser.l 

9lb täufcrC^-")»n @a.,~in/'@ buyer,/ 

ab-fäuflid) \ (^-^)a. ^h. purchasable. 

ab-fel)len c''-^) vja. ^a.. sep. 1. em liei: 

to cut the throat of...; einScbwein: to stick... 

— 2. © j"in., &c. (rait 4)ol)ltetiUn Oetiebcn) to 
groove; nbgefeljlteSeinee-iaiiditi rtuted legs. 

9lb-fel)r C^-) /■© (o. pi.) estrangement; 
(ütbfiScu) aversion; rel. ~ Don öer Sugcub 
alienation (or turning aside) from virtue. 



Seilten 



1.6. IX): F familiär; PS8oI(§fpra*e; r©auncrfprad)c; \ feiten ; t alt (au« geflorben); * neu (au* geboren) ; A unvidjtig; 



Sic 3'td)(n, bit Vbfücinngrn uiiO bu 

abrri)rrn (*->') r/a a. virefl. öia. »<•/>. 
1. — abjtgcn I. — 2. (abtsrnbrn) Hi^ ~ Don 
U) turij ft^illü from, /?//. t<j withiiraw onc'n 

Hllpliort frnlll. I will) 8W<,'Ct)H or duSt.H | 

?lb-ffl)itr {'-^)m öoa., /^in/' ^ oiiti 

9lbftl)rid)t ('-") >i dg, Hvn-ipinif» pl. 

aü-tciirn l'--') [\(t] ^ i'lnfl. 5:i,a. u. ^n 
ii-jt. lo sciild 0.8. out of lireatli. 

nb-ftilfn('--)i'/a iih.Mfp. l.O to split 
(or tliiiiv«-) with a widjfi'. — 2. F j-ni ttion-J 
^ — nb-foiijin 1. — «J. P (Saufii) t<» thrush. 

obtritrrii (''*") öid. /»/•/>. I r/a. tDnn . 
t<j priss ... — II i-//i.(t).) tuflniHhpri'Htiiiig. 

abrrttrlli (*«'") p/a. Sj.d. aep. Kitnci: to 
fasten ((■(!) u Htitc'h. 

ab-fftlfiif'^") W«. ^lb.«i7>. to unchain. 

ab-riiiiiiirit © (*•*"( p/a. »la. arp. stti- 
Acre): alx Röflrc -^ to chop off tlie chiiiios. 

ab-fipptn ('•*") öia. «<■/) I '/«. «oHrtn: 
to nip off. — II p/n. l|n) (umfiütjrn) to tilt 
for toppli) oviT. [cord . .1 

ab-flaftrrn l''^") r/a. (^id. »rp. «ou ^ to/ 

ab-tlagrn ('-") i/«. ijn.arp. jm it.., t« 
ti|U).'i'/.i' u til. out of a p. by iiiwsuit.s. 

0b-flninmfrn(^>'"Jt7a.^d.»<|>.iDiWcic. 

^ to tale ... off tlio pi'gs. 

ab-tlapprn (*>'") r/a. da. »^p. e-nlii* 
.^ to let down (or to droji) the leaf of ... 

'nb-flär'...(*-...)in8n«n - V'lb (lurunfla-... 

ab-tldxtni^-^jiyfmep.lrla. l.toclHrif) ; 
Wj/m. todeciint; eiiuf-«. to decolour...; Si>rin 
ic. : to fino; t>c(c ic: to defccnto. — II fid) 
.,. virrfl. 2. to clear off. — 3. fi(/. to bccoiiie 
clear; lomjOftift: to hri)^ht«n up.— IIDl/«, 
nÖ9c.u.flb-tläruilO/'»4cliirification;c/ini. 
ditcantutioii ; brf .-tutfrri: ducolorntion; b<i 
tOrinci: finiiii?; bci ^tU: defecation. 

'Jlb-riiUIMIfle'... (*-"...) in .Sl.-lrljunjrn. »». : 
^ntiltri n ingredient (ur chemical drug) 
for lining. — Hgi. au« fllär-.., 

nb-flatid) (' ") III 0>i 1. ti/p. impression ; 
(Slriisil)>1llail() i)tereo(t}pti plute), (Vtkruif) 
proofl-.sheet). — i.fiij. (»itlJilb) copy, feeble 
imitation; l/iea. under-.study. 

ab-tlatfd)rii (*'^"} si c grp. I r/n. 1. O 

( IttitolDpirirn ) to Htereolypo, todah; ////>. 
(aibncftn) rinrn iToricttiir>'l<ogcii ^ to titriko 
'iff a proof, — 2. r «-m iinifi i-( Tomf ^ to 
<'hanife ... by clapping hands; C^^trt: ben 
Trillin ^ to try to cat<h the purtiier of 
tliu laxt pair. — II rjn. I|ii) lo fall with 
a crash. — III F |id) ^ vlirfl. to have n 
good go.s.sip, 

«lbnat|(f)rr (<'^") m «oa, ^\nf» 1. O 
daldirr; Itip. prouf.pi inter. — 2. /iy. F 
(«aAotunrtl teeldit imitator, pla);iaii<tt. 

Ob fliinbrn ('-") vja. si a »ip ,-nan»ai<n 

^, bal Tilfi A I'oii cm fli<«(tfR .«. to pick (off) ... 

Ob (Inoirrrii ('"lu-") via. si a. arp. U> 
strum |.>r play) off in a uieihanical way. 

ab-drcfirii (*''") i/a. 5ic. aep. to copy 
badly; t<> daub. 

ab-flribtll ('-«') I'/n. 01 b. *«•/). 1. © arch. 
(orifirifrn) to conceal ur to build up (by a 
wall); raip. rnKaua: to partition "ff; Wo«. 
trtfl: bl«lll.Vibr.^t<i planter... — 2 \l<biit 2 ilil 
.^ totiike.iH the SI rviie. |(nrsi|Uee/eli>n.) 

obrirniinrii (^'^) i'/<i. 9ia.it«>;.. I.I )jiii,'ii I 
ab tlimprni l"«*^) f/u. 5id. arp. — nb- 
ftbrlii I lln^ tliniDrvn 2. |to ring off.) 

Ob riinnrln («'-)r/(i i\\\.a-p iVin*ri I 
Qb flüpirn(''-'^)i;(i. ii a arp l.iokuoik 

off; (nbdlubrn) to duHl oil; nall.'ii i<. «, to 

l>cat... — 2. © 041011: ben ^ii.nin nfkin ^ 
to scrap« the pan; <///>. tn'iira.teac» ^^ to 
strike (or to pull) off a proof. 

ab riiipprln © (*"»-! r,'«. ^id. arp. 1. »•» 
Cpibr^ toniakel>i>l>l.iii.laro, — ä-ftsSiin" 
.^ to ropy ... with the holihiii. 

Ob riiinrin («--) r/«. iid. arp. \.m d. 
to nurii.' II |i out «if a th I 

abtnubbrni 

^ Sl.U(|(nid)ii|l: © üccbntt; i^ !t>(rgl<rtu; ik 
MVKKTSASny.liS, me IS: \ 
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' fltn (»- ■ 

Ob (narfciK^-^'') i\ a. arp. I via. to coap 
off. — II ',«. (ini to crack off. 

ab-fnalltii {H^) ti a «rp. I p/a. to blow 
off; ft Siioir : to fire off, cJim. U> detonate. 

— II r,'« (|ni to expl.ide, t'jgooff; ehm. 
to fulminate. — III fln>i> * "■ ■ 
discharge; chut deloiiati 

ab<tnapptn 9ia., •(nopiru ^'C. r {"■•'] 
via arp. •• ob-.jtDiidtn. 

ab fnapprrn ('■*'') via. Sid.arp.m. ab- 
fnnlbi'in llorg n.| 

nbf UQiilf ni F ( a«'«) t/a. öi d »?//. — ab-/ 

ub-tiiriirn l'-"') r/a. atid *»n, \ si a. 
arp. to pinch off; «1/ btn 'JiUnb >.. to haul 
the wind , r-n CAilfr bcn 2Diiib « to gaiu tho 
weatlier-sjcle (..r wind) of ... 

ab-(ni(frn ('^'-j r/«. sia arp. 1 to itnnp 
off. — 2 liuiil. ^ ob-nidcn. ((aigcn | 

ob-fnirfrrn ('^") via. Si d *f/». — ob-j 

nb-fnipprn si a., ab-tnipitn si c F(*-^) 
I'/a. "''/'. I ti« M'ifpil' ~ to .snip .iff ... — 

2. (ir<atdin>arii) to Hip. Idecr.'pltSte.) 

ab tniftrrn («>*«) p/a. 31 d. arp. chm. to) 
ab-rnopjru ('>'»') r/o. Cio. #r/). I. to 

unbutton. — 2. F j-in ctipad ^ F to do 

(or diddle) a p. out of a t!l. 

ob-tniibbrrn. ob fauppcni F ('^^) via. 
^il.Hip, — ab-tiuil>bi'iu. I to take off.) 

ob-fnüpif» 1*'^") r/a. $ia.#rp.tountie,i 

ab-fnutid)rn Fl*--) r/a. Ojc. aep.cA- 
ressimrlv to hug and squeeze. 

ob-[0(i)rii (*^") I p/a. öjia. »rp. to boil; 
pharm, to decoct; X au4 ai». to citok; 
«milt.«, tojiarboil...— II 41/v n l^c. u. fib* 
(ort)Ung /■»» (par)boiling; chm. de. ,« li.pii. 

ab totjlrn i^-") r/a. si a. »«•/<. LOcaz-p. 
to (line out with) charcoal. — 2. ^floUc: 
to pick, to brush, to get down. | or down.) 

ob-follrrn ('>^«) r/a si d. arp. to roll off) 

Ob fümmnnbicrcii (i^^-^) I r/a. ^a. 
»»•p. 1. ti. .^ to countermand. — 2 X|-i.kto 
draft off to, to detach (on special service). 

— II 9U.n $4c. a.Mbtoininonbirrung/'tf 
counter-order; X detachment. 

WbfüiiMiif (i^^) m « — *2lb-lömtnlinfl. 

nb tüinnitn (*>*»') I r/n. (|n) 9«>c. arp. 
1. to gel off' or away; ooni SlWgr ^ to lose 
olio's way ; Pon |f intt 'Jifbf .^ to wander (or 
to stray ) from tho subject ; >L Dvn ^cr 
rcdjtcn O^btt ... to steer a wrong course; 
bom 3l<inb( .« to fall to le«ward; fig. 
boDoii bin id) obgdomnun I have given up 
this idea. — 2. (fiA lofBa^tn) to disengage 
OS.; id) liinn beule n;(tt .^ 1 cannot be 
spared to-day ; ti^nntdi to'.r niür(?rn , V ccmhl 
)ou get away to ' üf 

'JJiiniitc^ lönxun l e 

to myself; /Jy. F a (ana .^ ho w not 
wanted. — :{. b;Ilig i>a\)on ^ to gut off 
cheaply; miUMtmiim .^ toconiooff well. — 
4. (au* bci Vrbt (oMBcii) to go out of fashion ; 
Uutn attbiautb tonnen) to fall into disuse; 
bii eiii> ifl g.iii) abgitoninttn .. i* quite ob- 
solete or antii|u:ited. — b a, hunt t^iit ^ 

to Ulm and liie .■. r ' II fl ^ 

0. cinti •«IfM* i< 

riiituiiiti I M, I. a 'A« m.t ; m tu||(u 

to arm . t p. 

yib IdiiiiiI' 
spniiK . (1. I 

Kb rumiiiliili r I > • 

fUiluininlinn 1 - 1 >" 

Ob tomiiliairnlirtrn (- 
ary .tu obtain a '... . 

Ce ll' I 

iiu iiMii iifirn n*^^-") Via. ,1 .T fj-i 
ab (tfptrn (*'*~) r/a. »la. #rp. I. tu di>- 

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|^ilbrc...-^Mbfu...| 

ob-fornrn i'-^) r/a. ^m. aep. to ptck 

thir irraiitH 'f " ».t... to •two« ._ 

Ob (off n ««p. !•■ ei. « tw 

Coax a p ..111 '<! .1 

ab-(radi(rn i*-^-) RA - Plrtfl. öc. •<>» 
toir. 

ab-ti 1 «']>. Mr VtntM 

u :<> IriuBnLl 

■n («^-1 - , rp - oft.? 

-) fid) ^ »/rr/f ^a aep 

a (I b«l. 

iib-(rat{>... c^-...) I« 3^j«. J». : ..burftc / 
rourh bru.Hh, >«.ri(rn n , r.ip«r. 

ab-txatitn (' 'p I tfa. 1 u 

»crap.' • " '■*.., >i,i.. .V • -" --- «AaWs 
.» to .'^ H _. — 2 n»< , 

til grui'- uii'i oread, i iIbIi 

t<j 8cra|>« ... — II Fr/n. . »■■») 

t ' -- III tlb'g(ttat;:(U/ H xb 

(i ji;nt'-> p/. 

'.'lb-friil;tr ( ' ' .- 

abrraiiUii 1 '-'i > we«d; 

(bttaitrn) to hu«. { dcs.! 

ob-lrttirn I*-'") r/a. s. , uuurkl 
ab-trrinprn (*■'»') r/a. si,». aep. t-a ««i > 
to turn d'>wn the hrip' ' f 
ob-friffltn Fi«--) ■ 'p. l.(i«fni- 

■«a) to get one's >■' - in 

for. — 2.ltci»iir 1.- 

Dot get It off. — Vi^. 

ab-frilirln (*^~) i y 

badly.- I '^ 

ab-(; . I 

ab-truaih il 

unt fid) ^ t 

ob-fruftrn i»--) r.u :i b. «rp. «»« « to 
I'Ut the cru.st off...; © %i>rm K. . to m:a1« .. 

ab-fuQrln ('->') p/a. sid.fcp.t.. I «oukyl 
ballot ; »fti6. to Tot« for or again-. t. 

nb-[ui)l-.„('-'...) (aBifa: «uipparo'l M. 
-s-flriao w refrig.-'-- - ^V:*- »-tat. 

<«.ofrn m lai «la- .Teni. 

ab-(ül)lrn (--^-j i.a. .- i I. u 

Ciwd .I'.WTi (a./ii/.) ; •♦tti-t- <•"... 

- .-Kan ., t») ■ 

)i. 1 an i-m . c| 

one a anger u|H>n. — 'd. C .-•tai lo 

anneal. — II fid) . t >•■■. Jown, 

»nffittaraiuA : ' ^n ... — lli<^ 
p.pr.u ■• ^»1' ■ -'f'iv'prant . /4y 

.be 2i ivn^M 

J.,. . ..... ,,, 

tiv I II 111 ri 

ftbfiililiinai^- I 

— llr ^iuiUclM(uIr)c«(;a(il.««i. 

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ab-Ioifidl ('^^") fi(^ ~ virefl. @a. sep. to 
langrh heartily. 

Slb-Iabc-... {^-^...) in sns". »»• : ~0Ü tn, 
i^lfla^ tn goods-yard, \t port of discharge. 

ab-labcn (^-") I via. unb vj». (^.) Cor. 
(flfV laben) spp. to unload; erbe ic. ^ au4: 
to shoot ...; ■i/ Sd)iff§riad)t ^ to discharge 
a cargo. — II 91,^« ©c.u.Slb-lobung/'® 
4/ discharge. 

SIb'Iabcr, .löber (^-^) w @a. 1, oDs. : 
unloader. — 2. auf SKätttcn ic: porter; nL 
heaver, lighterman. 

9lb-lobcr.... ("^-"...) in Sfian. »s. : ~Io]^n 
m charges pZ. for unloading. 

8lb-labllI19g"... (■''-"...) in Sifgn. I meifi: ... 
of discharge, jS?. «^fd)filt m certificate of 
discharge.— II Sfb.fjaa : ^booi -In lighter. 

Slb-lage {^-") f <§' (Crt) depot, reposi- 
tory, ten ?>olj: wood-yard. 

Qlb-Ingcr (^-^) n @a., bisw. aue^ @a. den 
of thieves; mtitS. resting-place. 

ob-lagrrn ("^-") (g,d. sep. I r/a v. virefl. 

1. (abiegtn) to deposit. — 2. (trennen) to put 
in separate camps or depots. — 3. (logem) 
to store (up). — 4. fid) .», to lie in sejiarate 
camps.— IIo/«. (fn) 5.® to grow mellow 
(or to mature) by age; ^ I. to store, to lay 
by, to season well. — III ab-^tla^ett p.p. 
nnb a. i|i b. 6. gut abgelagerte Gignrre well- 
reasoned (or -matured) cigar; abgelagerter 
5JJobeira dry Madeira. — IV 21/%/ it @)c. u. 
Slb-lagerung /" @ 7. ju 3 : storage. — 8. (nur 
9l,^ung) /^a//i. sediment; ^reoZ. deposit, bed. 

Slb-Ingerunflg.... (*-""...) in sfign: ~ort 
m, >^plai] m (tut Sdiutt) shoot, rubbish-yard. 

ob'Ianbrn, Wm. .liinben ■if (•''•'") vjn. (t).) 
@b. Sep. to push off (to sea). 

ab-langrn ('^■^^) via. ©a. sep. to fetch 
down; id) tnnn'S n cfet .x, I cannot reach it. 

ab-iängeii (•''>'") vja. @a. sep. to dig (or 
to cut, hew) lengthwise. 

9Ib-Inij (•2^) m ® 1. (abfiul)- a) letting 
off, drain(age); b)(Ort) outlet, drain-pipe; 
(64ieufe) tldod-gate, outlet-sluice.— 2. («uf. 
Wren) o()nc ~ without cessation. — 3. (sibäug) 
deduction, abatement. — 4. Cath. indul- 
gence; j-m e-n (roUfommencn) ^ erteilen to 
grant a (plenary) remission of sin.s to a p. 

Slb-l0B=...(^^...)inSfT8n. I au „91b-IaH" 
meift: ... of indulgence(s), ... with indul- 
gences. jS. ~brif f m letter of indulgence ; 
~l)onbel m, ,>..fram m. -vUerfoiii m sale of 
indulgences ;/v/^änblerm,«.,frnnici>w seller 
of indulgences. — II Sib. Jjatte: /v.f)a^li © 
m Sompfm.: delivery-cock; <>/ja()r n jubilee 
(-year) ;,x,|>U«ftweport: starting-point; AW« 
t0^r©w waste-pipe; /v,ücilti'l ©«delivery- 
(or outlet-) valve; /vjettel t)i Indulgence. 

ttb-laljen (^>'") ^o p. .><ep. Ivlu.l. to leave 
off; f-e^panb »on et..^ tukHepnne"shand(s) 
off a th. — 2. to let off; j-m Slut .^ to bleed 
a p.; e-n SSrief on i-n ... to write off ... to; t-n 
•raben jc. .^ to drall) (nff) ...; tm Bdiiff nom 
6taprl.„ to launch ...; Se-n 3ug^toruu...; 
ein Sclegrnmm ^ to wire ; suein uom «Jaffe ^ 
to draw off ... — 3. © ben Cftn .^ t(i \ft (or to 
cool) down ... — 4. ®(obiiei)en) et. uom greife 
.^ to take something uff ... — 5. (überiaffcn) 
to give up to ; fäufiidi : to sell ; ® iinta- bim 
greife .,„ ^um ©ilbfttoflenpretje ^ to sell be- 
low cost-price, at cost-price; id) IdKI c§ 
3bnen billig .„ I will let you have it cheap 
(-ly). — II vjn. (%.) 6. (aufbdren) to cease. — 
7. ton e-r ©emoSnbti» ~ to leave off a ... ; er tüiü 
bODon nidjt .^ he won't desist from it. — 
III 2Un @c. u. ?lb-Iafjun(5/"@ 8. letting 
off; drainage. -9. («ufbörenldiscontinuance. 

9lb-lQfte<bogcn © («-i-..^") m Igia. arch. 
discharging (or relieving) arch. 

«blotin («--if) |(t.| m (® (jr. ablative 
(case). |to take the laths off ...) 

ob-latten (*'*") via. 6i,b. sep. tin %aäi Ji 



ab-Iaitben (*-") vja. @a. sep. saaume: to 

plui k the leaves off; Seben : to trim. | for.\ 

nb-lniicni ('^-") vja. &\,ä.sep. to watch/ 

9lb-louf ('^^) w tt 1. = %b-flii|i 1, m>- 

(a^ 1. — 2. (Drt) sewer. — 3. wan. start. 

— 4. (Seit) expiration; nnd) -^ bitfcr grnjt, 
bc§ SernimS at the end of this time, of the 
peiioil ; Düt.^, Diöoauicd lieloie t le close of 
the year; nacö ~ bc§ *l>ad)tBcrtraae§ when 
the lease ran out »r will exjiire, % bei .^ 
bc§ 2l'ed)icl§ on (or at) maturity, when 
the bill falls due. — h. ffi- muegatifl) issue. 

— 6. arch. ... einer ©Öulc (untafler Seil be? 
65uienfd)afte5) escape, lO apophyge. — 7. ^^ 
= 9lb-Iaiifcn-lafien. 

9lb-lflnf.... (^-^...l in sngn: = 9rb-Iauf§=... 

ob-lnitftn (*-t^) (j!fip. sep. I vjn. (in) 
1. t)Lini SBcge in ben aPaib ~ to leave the road 
in order to run into ...; bei ajiettrcnnen : to 
start. — 2. fig. Per ifi (gut) abgelaufen 
(abgebüßt) Fhe got a (smart) rebuff; j-n ^ 
laljin tosendap. about his business; fenc. 
i-n ... laffen to parry an assault of ... — 

3. \1/ to put off or to sea; ^(BcmStapn) laffen 
to launch ; Oor bcm SiMnbe .^ (jo bafe bcr üBinb 
ton binten tomnit) to bring the wind aft. — 

4. (abflicSen) to run (or to flow) off; bie ßerje 
lauft ab the candle gutters. — 5. (Ri) fcnftn) 
to slope. — 6. (cnbcn) to conie to an end; 
feine U[)r ifl abgelaufen his watch has run 
down, fi(j. his sand is run ; bie 3'"'* O'^if') 
ift abgelaufen the time has exjiired or is 
up; IK (fällig re.) to fall (or become) due. — 
7. (e-n Sluegang ncbmen) to terminate ; ba§ njivb 

nidjt gut ... it will lead to trouble; mie ift 
3t)r ®eid)äft abgelaufen V how did you get 
on V ; e§ ift äienilid) fliit aligclaufen 1 came off 
tolerably well. — 8. (fitbabjroeigfn) tobranch 
off. — II vja. 9. n. vjreft. fid) [dut.) et. .., 
to wear out in running; fig. fid) bie Seine 
nnd) et. .^ to run one's legs off for a th.; 
fid) bie ferner .x, to sow one's wild oats; 
id) t)Qbe mir ba§ an ben Sdjuben abgelaufen 
I have it at my fingers' ends. — 10. j-n .^ 
im lurnier to unhorse a p. — 11. to outrun ; 
j-m ben JRang .^ to outstrip a p. — 12. bie 
ßäben .^ to run from shop to shop; bie 
ganje ©egtnb .^ to scour the whole neigh- 
bourhood. — III fid) ~. vjrefl. to tire o.s. 
with running. — IV 91,%/ n @c. running 
(or flowing) off; Seit: termination; \t 91^ 
.e-siouts slackening; ''21.x, De5 2ßafferö going 
out of the tide. IjabrjeugeS: iauiicliing.\ 

9lb-lauffn(laffen)vl/('-"(^")niS<iic.pinf«( 

9lb-louf(g).... ("...) inSfign. »SB. : ~frifi ® 
f t-s SBedifete maturity of ... ; ~röl)re © /" de- 
livery- (orwaste-)pipe, gutter; /N/fd)(cuff © 
/"discharging-sluice; ~jcit ® /" = ~frift. 

91b-läuffr © {^-^) m @a. SBebcrci : spool. 

Ob-lQUgcn ('^-") I vja. 6^ a. sep. to wash 
(or to rinse) off the lye ; © &a-cr\ .^ to wash 
with lye. — II 9l/v n %c. © bci ©ami : 
washing of... (in lye); chni. lixiviation. 

ob-laufd)en ('^-") vja. @c. sep. j-m 
ein (5^el)eimnt§ .^ to learn a p.'s secret by 
eavesdro(iping; er bat bieo öer '•Jlatur ab« 
gdiuMd)!. etiva: he is true to nattire. 

9lb-laut [^-) ni ® gr. change of the 
radical vowel. | change the radical vowel. \ 

ab-lnuten i^-^) vja öjb. sep. gr. to/ 

nb-läntrn (■B-^^) to announce by ringing. 

9lb-löntcr-... © (•^-"...linSfign.i». : ~faB 
n, ~fifte f huddle, washing-tub. 

ob-löutcrn © (•^^-^l vja. iq,(\. sep. Jjiüfng- 
tettcn: to clarify; 3utfcr: to refine; gepodjtel 
erj: to wash, to buddle. 

ob-lebeu (*-") 6i,a. sep. I fidj ~ vjrefl. 
1. »onScit: to slip by. — 2. »on ÜJciIoncn: to 
waste (away). — II vjn. (t)., nur inf. u. p.p.) 
to depart tnis liie. — III ob-gclcbt p.p. 
unb a. fs^h. worn (out), used up. — IV9l~ 
n i§gic. decease, death, jur. : demise. 



ob-letffn ("'^") vja. iga. sep. to lick off. 

ob-lcbcrii ( ^-" ) vja. $j d. sep. to take 
(or to strip) the leather off; J" bie 4)ämmer .^ 
to remove the leather from ... 

Qb-lccren ("^-") vja. 6i,a. sep. tineSi^üfiel 
.X. to empty ... ; einen Saum x, to strip ... 

9lb-lf9C-..., meift © tgp. (■^--...) in Sflgn. 
I meift: distributing-.... jS. ^mofdjine f 
distributing-machine; /^/fpan m distrib.- 
rule. — II SFfb gone • /-wfolj m distribution ; 
^jintnier n (ladies') cloak-room. 

ab-legcn(*-")(|ia.sejo. I vja. l.(a»^an« 
lepcn ) to lay aside ; flieiber ^ to take off, bitte, 
legen ©ie ob ! takd off your things ! — 2. (für 
immer) to leave (or cast) off; abgi li gteJJleiber 
cast-off clothes; fig. er bat bie ßinber- 
fd)iif)e (lantift) abgibgt he is no longer a 
child; Bon Scblangen: bie olte ÖOllt .x- to cast 
the skin; fig. bie SDIaSfe .x, to take off...; 
Srouer .x, to leave off mourning; einlegte 
f-e raube '21 vt ob he grew gentler; ben 6ta- 
benten .x, to drop ... — 3. fig. (loiroerben) to 
get rid of; f-e fyebler .x, to mend one's ways ; 
e-e ©ereobnbeit ~ to renounce ...; feine jierb« 
lid)e ^;)ülle .x, to shuffle off this mortal coil. 

— 4. epiel: eine flartc .x. to throw away ... 

— 5. (oerriiiten) to do; ein Setenntni-3 ,x, to 
confess; e-n (Sib .x, to take ... (auf upon); ein 
®eliibbe.^tomakeavow; e-cil}robe.x,Donet. 
to give proof of; tine SPtüfung ~ to pass ...; 
iRedjenftbaft .x, to render an account of; 
3eugni5.x-: a) für, gegen j-n to give evidence 
for, against a p.; b) für et. to bear witness 
to ... — 6. © : a) = ab-fentin 1 ; b) tgp. to 
distribute (type). — 7. J/ tin Siiiff .x, to put ... 
in dock. — ilf/n.(b.)8.xt mit bem (£d)ifft 
.X, to put out (or off) to sea. — III 9l~ n 
@C. unb 9lb-le8im9 /■© 9. e-§(8Iaubenabe(ennt. 
niffe? : profession (of a creed) ; jur. : 91.x, einer 
Sedmung audit. - 10. © <!/j9. distribution. 

9lb-IC9er © (^-")m @a. 1. = 9lb-ftnfer. 

— 2. Sienenjudit : new swarm (of bees). 
oblegterfn (^^./x.) [n ] ^ja. (g,a. j-n,x, to 

send lor to despatch) a p. on a mission. 
Qb-lfftnbor (^--) a. (g,b. refusable. 
9lb-lcl)nc (^-^)f® in SfcitMnen: caladc- 

ab-lct)ncn (■"-") I vja. ^a,. sep. 1. to 
turn aside. — 2. fig. (jurüilweifen) to decline, 
refuse; cr lebnte c§ böflid) ob he begged to 
be excused ; pari, einen 9lntrog ,x, to reject 
a motion ; iur. : ©efdjroorene ,x- to challenge 
jurymen. — II 9I~ « @c. u. 9lb-Ie^nun8 
f @ refusal, rejection, excuse. 

9lb-lc^nun9&<i>oU('2-^'^»>')w@(nurorf»!/) 
im ,^e in case of refusal. 

Qb-lciernl^-^lf/a. @d.sep. Ltoplayon 
a barrel-organ.— 2. fig. to sing (or to recite) 
monotonously, [borrow a th. from a p.> 

ab-lciticn (^-") vja. @ a. sep. j-m et. ,x, to/ 

ab-lciftcji('^-") Ivja.^h.sep. l.iur.:c-n 
gib .^ to take an oath.— 2. X = ob-bienen 1 . 

— II 9l~ n @c. unb 9lb-lciftun9 f@i<c 
91,^ ber 9J!ilitärDfIid)t military service. 

ob-lcitbar (^--) a. (§.b. derivable. 

ob-lcitcn (^-") I vja. u. vjrefl. (gb. sep. 
1. Bom 3iele: to turn off or aside; etörtnbt?: 
to remove. — 2. med. Säfte !c. : to draw off; 
e-n giu§iauf~ to divert the course of...; ®a!e 
,x. to conduct away ...; j-n Don ber red)tcn 
Salin ,x, to misguide a p. — 3. (jurüdfüiren) 
to retrace; j-§ ^ertuiift ,x, »on to trace a p.'s 
descent back to; bib. gr. to derive from ... 

— 4. fid) ~. au§: biefeS SBort löfit ficb au§ bem 

Sranjofildjcn ,x, ... may be derived from ... 

— II nb-gf leitet p.p. u. a. <^b. o.gr. ein 
obgcleitcte-j S)ingiDürt a derivative noun. — 
III 9l~ n (^? c. u. 9tb-Icitini9 f @ 6. agr. 

burd) ©raben: drainage. — 7. gr. 9l^ung c-^ 
9ßorte§ derivation, etymology ; phis, (grolgt- 
rung) deduction. 

9ilb-leitcr ('^-") nt @a. phijs. ^ tn ffitef. 

trijität conductor of electricity. 



Signs (B^^ eee page IX) : F familiar; P vulgar; T flash; \rare; t obsolete (died); * new word (born) ;+*+ incorrect; ^scientific; 



The 8lnn,AbbreTi»tf<TOMidd«t Ob^ (#-#) m wplitned at tt» bthwhif of thU book. [tMfllf ... ^JlhlllU...] 



ffb IfitunB8'...('-'"...)inSnan ~anflrifiX 
m diTürHJiin ; »^qrabrn m. ^tana\ m <lrjtiii, 
outfall; .x/niittrl n mi-d.: CJ iititispastii:; 
«vrbljrr O /■wHstc-plpi;, con «a'm: drliviT)- 

pijii; ^n I br /■'/>■. (lürivnlidiial nffijc ; >«/ftanflr 
fid !ölilioblnfci8 rod of tUi: lit'litniiip-ron- 
ductor; ^tabtlU f f/r. etymological tuljl<;; 
~n)Ort n .7>-. di-rivativo. 

nb-lfiifbori*'*-) o. ^b.capablcofbcing 
diverted. 

nblfnfrn ('"*") 5i,n. »<•/). Ir/a. 1. to turn 
asido (ir off. f^ avftrt; «rfabtrn ^ tf) ward 
off ...; !Di'Tt)nd)( ~ von to rmiove suHpicion 
from ... ; j-4 «ufmrtflomffli .v t<) divort a p.'s ... 
- 2 phi/H. ei^dratlrn ic. ~ to dfflcct ...; 
Mc tRaanrinalitl ^ to railHO a deviation of ... 
— II rjn. (I).) 3. iicii ct. ^ to turn aMidc, to 
dcviatfi; pon bfr £n(t)f ^ to di(fr<;ss. — 
III )!,.>.» $?!• u.fiblfiifiina/ W 4.divcr- 
«ion. — 6. ;</<!/«. ili'lli'itioii. di'viation. 

9lb-lrntnnni^'... (^^". ..) in Ma«. I meiH: 
...of dclli-cijon. tB. .'^loinfrl m /</ii/*. angle 
of d. - II»ib i\aa: «.«anflriffXrwdivcntion. 

ab-lrrnrn ('>*")i7«. ;i a. «/-;>. j-mctroaS.,, 
to li-arii a th. hy watihinfr a p. 

ablrfrn (*-") I rja.^l.iirp IfuoBflnfm 
»»Inllel to mad off; Kamen ~ to call over ... ; 

•In «tM(6i If. .^ to read ... ; j-m tt. am ©iTid)tt 
._ to read a th. in a p.'s far«. — 2. (a6iiur,rn) 
to tliiimb (a book); [xi) (dat.) bif ^luflcn ^ 
to ruin one'.s sight. — 3. eiuit: tfitii,-,<tt(4 
... t)on ... F to crib from ... — 4. (lanmrtn) 
SrflAlt IC : to pick off; bir Cttinr Dom J\t lAr ^ 
to pick up ... on tho field ; Manpfn com l^Qlinif 
^ to clear the tree of... — IIfl~N ^c. nub 
Hb-Ifilinn/"*'» 5. reading. — 0. (Binlanmtln) 
gatlieriiijr; *Jl.^ btr Sroiibrn viutago. 

flb-lflrr ('-") m 4da. 1. »on Cditiftt« «.: 
reader. — 2. ton tionffn it.: picker. 

nb lriinnfn('--)I c/n.si b./rr/j.todcnv, 
to di.savow ; ei(II4 ^ to forswear ; t-n Cllaudrn 
^ txi renounce ... — II 1H~ n <Wc. unt Üb- 
IrilflniiliQ^ A denial, disaTowal; renun- 
ciation — Hal. «a* (fiifliun. 

«b IfiiBnunnO'... ('-^...) <» SWan. i?». : 
~f ib »I ojitli o| iilmegation, denial bv oath. 

«bliffrr.... («-«...) - 91b lidtrun'fl«-... 

Ilb-Iirlftfr 9 ('-"") m ^a. deliverer; 
(ObrTbcingrt) ln'arur, carrier. 

ob-lifffrn('-") I r/rt,ei,d.*/7). to deliver, 
9 «"«rrn ^ a. to consign. — 1 1 flo, n 9*c. 
». flb-lirfrriinfl fti delivery, 9 a. consign- 
ment ; iinrt) fifolnlir 9l^iinfl on delivery. 

flb-lirfrninQO'... ('-""...) in anan. I mr.fi : 
... of delivery, jj». : .«.tcrniill m, ^\tit f 
time of delivery, »ftlt: (con IDrtipnrlrirn I 

■ettling-dny. — II v\i. nant: >s.praiiiir 9 
^premium; .^.idlfin m: a) not be» Clrfrruna: 
bill ofdi'liverv ■ li) na« b<c uirlrmnfl : receipt. 

nb lifflfn ('•'-) eck. »r;.. I i/n.(|).)l.(,n|. 
Ittnilriii) to lioat adidtancii from ... — 2. au4 
virrfl. fid) ^ U> get seasoned ; (rca CHil to 
ripen through Iving. — II fiit) ^ rlrrft. 
8. \. 2. — 4. (Iitatbatt ».) to wear (o.s.) out 
(hy Ijinir); »cnRiantcn: t4i get liidsoref; 
P(b bic^aart » t^i lose one's hair through 
lying. — III nbflrlrnrit ;> />. unb a. ^b. 
6. («ni(rrni) remote; rin iil'fli liflrnrv^ Toit an 
out-of-thtvway ... — 0. nlmiliflrnfr iMn 
well iiiaiured ...; »|t. au« ub Innfrn •>. 

nb liftrn {'■'*') r/o. 5i b. »rp. im cliuo« ^ 
U) tiK-k a p. out of a th.; j-m fin •«(fliinii > 
to dr.iw out ... front a p. 

Ob loifrn ('"*-) ria. 9ia. »rp. j-n »on ft. 
«, to entice a p. from n th. ; für j-m t\. ^ to 
foax a p. out of a th.; j-m 3btAn(n ^ to 
draw tears from a p.'s eves. 

nb-lol|iirn,-li>l|nrn 1*^»') I r!a.6XA.»rp. 

I in ^ to p.l\ (Wiicrs to) a p. - 2. »It Onl- 
laflima - 'o |••■l.^ otT. 11 "JU " >••■■ u ?lb- 
lotiniiiio, fib lolinuno f «« p.-iunent of 
(wagea to) ...; («nUanun«) discharff«. 



ab-Iöfd)rn (*■*»') I r/a. <Qc. »rp. 1. U» ex- 

tirigiiish ; ffait: to Blake, to slack. — S. (aft. 

ni>ili«n)towjpeoff. — II H/x. n $9r. iBb Vb* 

10fd)unn/'ia •xtinrtion; (oonPaitl Hlakinir. 

ablo)rn('--');:. I- «r^. I c/a. I. to l<H.N»;n. 

— 2. bic^aut.^ to strip off the skin; nurf/. 
fin «iifb ^ to amput.T^e, to cut off ... — 
:i. If-rBTpflfitinngl to ' , t:n Parität 
.^ to witlidrawune'K • m ; «fnifiiit. : 
to redi'em. — 4. (tfrtrftfn) to n-place; ü (-t 
6d)ilbn)od)f .^ to relieve guard; abqtliJfl! 
relieve I, «t to spell; j-n oon ffinrm t^oDcn 
^ to step into a p.'s place, to undertake a 
p.'s duties. — II nd) ~ rlrrfl. 5. to come 
(or peel) off, in 64ur»fn : to scale off. — 
fl. i»ttit ta.) .^ to cliani^e places ; »en tinum ; 
to come (or appear) by turns. — III fl>^ 
n ^c. 7. — ^Ib-lojung. — 8. «oiitrt: ?l.^ 
(Ofrforbfbfn) bfr .SSgr throwing into relief. 

ablbolilt) ('-") a. 6*b. I. (mnrti') sep- 
araMe. — 2. »en 64ulbrii: n d 

«b-lö*lid)ffil («-—)/■« s. 1 ,s; 

|bi.: rO'li'i-maMeness. 

ablblunß («^-) f » \. (tat. ob-lffrn) 
loosening; »urp. amputation. — 2. int. (f^wt 
eiraff): commutatiim ; # ^ rinft CAnl» re- 
di'mption, discharge of ... — 3. X .„ kft 
IDaftf : a) relief; .^ t)or! relieve!, 4/ spell!; 
Mecn«rbr(frni: (fresh) relay. — 4.Xi«lo'i) 
fi.sstire; (i i jfctlrn) partinjr. 

nb-IOjiinflO-... (^-^...) I mtin: redemp- 
tion .... t». : ^\ onbi »II, ^iitnimr f 4t re. 
dimption fund' — II eib. Saa. '^niann- 
IdjnH^- 'flb-löiung«. Iplumh.i 

nblotrnO (*-")r/a. S\.h.grp.,areh.V>i 

nb lüfrnOi*-"|r/rt.ii hue/), to unsolder. 

nb-ludiirn. ab-lugfrn (*>*-) r/o. eic. »ep. 
i-nt ft. ^ to trick a p. out of a th. 

nbltigrn ('-") rja. 9»f. »rp. j-m fttro« 
^ to ileny a th. to a p.'s face. 

nbniai()rn {'•*-) I va. ;i a. »rp. 1. (le*. 

iiia4rn) mrifl : to detach ; (•oTinrbmrnI to tnke 
off. — »lb. mat: 2. brn »fia» f-5 PlfibrS .„ 
to untrim (or to take the llounces off) a 
dress ; mm Stiel ... to take off the handle. 

— 8. (ab'4Itf|tn) to conclude ; (aibnrn) to ar- 
range; bfbtnaunjIWfllf : to stipuiat«-: I4nra ■ 
to de.spat<h ; t»r|: toculsliort; riM@<j(bdit 
.„ to transact a business; to close a bar- 
gain; final gfltlid) ^ to come to a friendly 
undersianding with ...; rintn €trrit ^ to 

SO'tje (or ailjllKt) a dispute; rim «fAnnng 

^ to dischargu (nr si'ttle) ... ; abqimad)tir 
lUcil (the) price agreeil upon, ' .•; 

boA iR at)(trma(t)l this is ui' ..r 

settled; \o gill n>if obflfmndjl as ,f.«.ii as 
settled; nbgrmiKbt! all right!; abgcniadt, 
6rloI done, at last!; jtinf J^tit ^ In serve 
one's time; ft. bfi ri(l)((/fiM^ to determine a 
th.inone'sown mind - Illl^vnHc.^'v.bol 
ifl fin <tbmnd)fn it's one (ami t (•••-" > ■ li. 

»lb inartiunfl (♦>*-) f i/t »' '; 

»<Tii.ia<BJ> >u ^ stipulation ; % ih|uoi:iii,>ii. 

abnianrrn ('^") ci d. »rp. I rIn. itni t<> 
grow thin or lean. !.■ ■ 

II r'(l til « .ist.'. 

— Ill Tl-^ n »*c. un» tib Ulli.. 
wnitlll>,' Inf III.' t..H|\ I, it ;. I.' 

Ob malifni*-")! n. :> 

(auA /i'/.l . »oin to cut (n 

ob-nialiirn (*^-) rin. r S 

Bfiiiiililinl »<•/' toflnlah (.r . .>g. 

obMialinrni*-~) iW« n . urn 

... loili<,Mi!iili' a p from . IIW^- "• 
«Kb lib niolinnnfl/'M wanunfflor < 

ngrWIlHt |t>iau>:t' 

Ob niaihtirn O i ' 
nbinolrn i^ '■ ) i - 

jn , to portrnv .. • 

nrtft) ^^m ' 
(to ilr.i« . 



{ ob marflfln •!■ 

.. to ! 

nb-Miarid) ' 

tf« JfttJ'r : \ d> 

to htriLi' ' • 

Hb-mot' • - I» ■ -^Xf 

time of d< p irinnv 

ab-morid|irrrn I t «a. 

I »rp. M». Ä: to .^ 

miuidjirrt ' fill' -. .^.lU 

off. — II It/N, n M( . _ 

j ob-morlfni(*'-')5i'i. --. I -i.totor- 
I mint, to tortare. — II fldj ^ rlrrfl. ttrtn. 
I IcS : to fair o.s. (to death ) ; iri»'t to w.,rr) 

I'l.s.) — III tu. n Mc. aii Vb-morltmi 

; /"W tormint. t. - 

ob-mnttrn i h »*p 

1. to' 
Itb va^ 

kn>wl>i'<l up I p lii'.'iii — 

2. •»Ibarbnlrtfi: ' 

Hb niottuna l*^) f 49 f*tjgiie, %Mn: 

cxhaiistl'in. 
ob-mrirm (*'") r,'«. tfid. »rp. 1. rinnt 

$ii(t)t(r ^ t4> turn a tenant out of hi« farm. 

— 2. ^ fip. — ab faiM(ln2. |mai(dxii.l 

ab-nirild)rn O i*--') ' — ob-/ 

obnifiitfln ('-i") i p. I. to 

.' • «tta) tu dujMl oat, to 



fa 
-r», 4c. 
'f . to 

mf 

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l«f ; 



^»b iiiflöf.... 
'>.lfltfl m wrif 
removal or th' 

ob-mrlbrn t 1 . 
countermand a thing; f 

6„^i„i,,;i t..,„, 

of a 

I bfi in i ;:i it,'- p ^ to L-r. 
hi-admaster|of a pupil's ' 
n %f. 1. tlb-mrlbnn0 f * > 
j-# tl...iin(^ notice of a p.' 

ob-Rirlfrii i**^) vim. (!>.) sva. »*p. in 
finish mill- r-'s. 

obmrr : 'I t.» 

emaiiati, ■ i'^ 

worn-oiit iniJiTi'lual. — II H-. 1\%- 

mrrflrlunfl ft* •■ - 

ab-mrrfrn i - -. 

f<» learu by »m. i .n.. .. i- , i :ii ci.unM« 
tliigrn ^ to read a th. in a p.'* er««. 

obmrftbor ('■'-) n. ;»b nu*. " 

mnlfi m ^ meiMiir.ilii ri.t:iri!| 
wit). lie«. 

tit f%tmmaLm»n- 

surnl'iiii ». 

obmrtlrn f*M I r'i» «»m. »»^ 1 t.« 
nieas ati ni M atii 

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machinery; X mining; DC military; 4> marino; f botanical; 9 commeixial; ■m 



pootal ; A rail*«; : «* m**i<^ (•-• mo« IX> 



[^lUlltU... ■llU))O...J Su b[lnnt. Serba finb mei|l nut gegeben, roenii fie nid)t act (ob. action) of... ou. ...iug (nuten. 



nbtiiiifjincn {^-^^) @ a. sep. I vja. au* : 
[xdi idat.) cini' Stiiniit' k. .^ to get an hour 
off (one's work). — II fid) ~ vlrefi. (Orn 
et.) to get away from (or to get rid of) a tli. 

nb-liuiftcru ('^'^") I vja. @,d. sep. 1. Q 

iHJetetei : (gcUiimt irfSen) to diaper. — 2. ii 

edbflten ~u to muster ... — 3. 4/ bic Wniiu» 
fdiaft .», to pay off tlie crew. — II 9(<x/ n 
@c. unb 9lb-niiiftcnniG f @ X muster. 

ob-iingen (*-") vja. C a. sejo. to gnaw 
(or to nibble) off; fig. ter ffummcr nogt iljm 
ba§ fterj ob ... is preying on his mind. 

nb-itnl)en (•^-^) ^la. sep. I vja. 1. to 
quilt.— 2. (aiar6eiten)topay off by sewing. 

— 3.(eni-cr inadicn) to takein (a dress, a skirt). 

— II fid) ~ vfrefl. to sew continually. 
9lü-iiaJ)mc ("^-")/'@ l.(5jcriiicjmen) taking 

away or off; ^ 6l)rifti toiii ^rcuje descent 
from the cross; ««>•«/. .^ eincä aptiiif? ampu- 
tation of..., cutting off...; ^bc§ißerbanbc§ 
removal of the bandage. — 2. (enißtgcn. 
nehmen) ~ e-§ Gibe-? 0011 j-iit taking an oath 
from a p.; swearing in of a p.; «s .^ einer 
5Poft checking of an incoming mail ; ^ einer 
»e^nuna audit(ing) ... — 3. ® (Slbfoii) sale; 
^ fiubcn bei to find a ready sale with; bei 
^ boil ... on purchasing ... — 4. (aSeirinocruiiß) 
decrease, diminution ; in ^ fommcn to fall 
off; ^ bet ©ciunbfieit decline ; path. ^ bei Rrärtc 
depression; bti iKoubeä: waning of ...; ^ tet 
Sagt drawing in of ... ; bc§ 93?a(fct§ : subsiding 
of ... — 5. * fcfte ^ = Abonnement. 

ab-norbcn © l>2>Iw) vja. i|i a. sep. ©crbetei : 

to grain, [(or take) dainties stealthily. 1 

ab-nafd)Cll ('^^") vja. @c. sep. to taste/ 

ob-ne^men (•''-") @d. sep. I vja. 1. to 

take off; ben SBcfatj »on einem fileibe ~ to 
untrim ...; tie üHüse Dor j-m .^, ouc^ : to doff 
for to take off ) one's ... before a p. ; bie ©tieifen 
^ to take away...; bfi§3;iid)tiid)^to remove 
the cloth. — 2. j-m bm Sart .v to shave a 
p.'s whiskers off; bQ§ <?peft eon et. ^ to take 
the handle off a th. ; j-m bie Srrtie -v, to un- 
mask a p.; bie (©Q^ne Don bev) Wild) -,. to 
cream the milk; boS Cbft nom SBoume ~ to 
pluck the fruit off ...; bie ©icgcl ^ bon to 
unseal ... ; j-m bie SBaffcn ~ to disarm a p. ; 
epid: (bießartcnl^ to cut; surg. ein©ticb~ 
to cut off; ben SScibanb ^ to take off the 
bandage. — 3. (toeaneijmcn) j-m et. ^ to take 
a th. from a p.; j-m fein ®clü ~, oui^: to rob 
a p. of his money ; ® : j-m j» biel für ctroaS 
^ to overcharge a p. for a th.; j-m äßaren 
.X. to buy ... of a p. — 4. ( entgegennefimen ) 
j-m c-n 6ib .^ to put a p. on his oath ; j-m 
ein SScrfpredicn „ to obtain a promise from 
a p.; eine Weimung ^ tO audit ...; tel. einen 
staif .V, to test ...; eine Seltgrnpljenlinic^ 
to survey a line. — 5. fid) (dat.) ctron§ Don 
einer Soe^e «, to take a portion (or slice) 
off a th.; (bie 9i)^atd)cn) ... to diminish the 
meshes; j-m eine laft (eine TOütje).^ to take 
a burden (a trouble) off a p. ('s shoulders) ; 
Stieren bQ§ Sod) -», to unyoke bulls. — 
0. (nadibiiben) j-n .,, to paint a p.('s portrait) ; 
fi(ft l)l)ofograpl)it(6 ~ loffcn to have one's 
photo(grapli) taken; eine ©ipSmngfe .^ to 
take a plaster-cast of a p.'s face. — 
7. (iWielen) QuS et. ^ to infer from a th. ; mit 
3i(fteti)eit: to conclude; e§ InBt fie^ Ieid)t ~ 
it can easily be seen; fid) (dat.) ein S8ci= 
foiel on i-m .», to profit by a p.'s examjile. 

— IIu/w.dj.Kawi.ju-ncfjmenltodiniinish, 
decrease, immer mc^t : to grow less and less ; 
(fütjer Bciben) to grow shorter; (fdirainben) to 
decline; f-e .i^rofte nehmen ob his strength 
begins to fail; ton ©eWwiilften : to go down; 
l-om «5rper: to grow thin; ton Cciftuneen: to 
fall off; bie tVlut nimmt ob the tide is 
receding; bet SKonb nimmt ob ... is on the 
wane; bie Zöge ni()men üb ...are drawingin; 
®: bie 9lotö|rQge nimmt ob the demand 



is falling off; bie 9hifranrt§bett)cguiig (ber 
JlurSftur}) nimmt ah the boom (the panic) 
is subsiding. — III ~hp.p. u. a. (§.b. .^be 
@cfiinbl)cit failing health ; J~ diminuendo, 
decrescendo; math. .JtK SRcil)e descending 
scries; .».be ®l•fcön)in^igfeit decreasing (or 
retarded) speed. — I"V 2l~ « @c. 8. = 
^Ib-nnl^me I unb 2. — 9. = ?lb-nQl)me 4. — 

10. im ?l~ fein to be on the decrease; ® 
bie Sireifc Pub im 21.^, ... on the downgrade 
or receding; phys. 91.», ber ©efdjminbigfeit 
decrease (or retardation) of speed. — 

11. Iffinberfpiei) cat's cradle. 
Stb-nef)Mifr(*-")w@a.,~in/'@l.(CMt.2c. 

ipfiüder) gatherer, picker. — 2. ® buyer, 
purchaser, toeit©. consumer, customer; ber 
üiTtitei finbct feine ^ ... is unsaleable; ba§ 

Siottiiat rocnige few readers, (?ibonncnicn) 

subscribers. — 3. (©eilet) receiver. 

ob-neigen ('''-^) I vja.u.vjrefi. @.a.sep. 
to turn away from; fid) ~ to incline. — 
II ob-gcncigti?./». u. a. (&b. (con) j-m Qb= 
geneigt ill-disposed tuwMiis a p.; i-m ab' 
geneigt fein to bear an ill feeling towards 
a p.; id) bin ber Sodje nid)t obgcneigt I am 
not averse to it; nid)t abgeneigt e§ ^u t!)"" 
not unwilling to do it; fic^ (dat.) j-n ab' 
geneigt m. to estrange a p.'s sympathies. 

2lb-nei9itn9 (-^-") f@l.& phys. decli- 
nation, deviation from. — 2. aversion to; 
j-m ^ einflöfecn: (». en4cn) to be repugnant 
to a p. ; (b. SPerfoncn) to be repulsive to a p.; 
eine ^ fnffen gegen to take a dislike to. 

Ob-llitfcn (•!'^") vja. ®a. sep., hunt, ein 
«Bei ~ to give the finishing stroke to ..., 
to stab ... with the hunting-knife in the 
nape of the neck. 

ab-mtitnO(^-^)vla.@'b.sep.toumivet 

obnorm ("^) (It.) a. @h. abnormal, ex- 
ceptional ; SlAN-itÖt /• @ abnormity. 

ob-Hötigcn (■^iw) vja. ^a.sep. j-m ct. 
^ to extort a th. from a p. ; j-m Senmnberuns 
^ to wring... from a p.; j-m e-e (Sntid)ul= 
bigung .^ to force a p. to apologise. 

'Slb-notignnfl (•''-"-) f i® extortion. 

oboiuljtn, -nitJjen ("'>5") I vja. unb fid) ~ 
vjref,. (gc. sep. 1. to wear (out). — 2. feine 
Sräfte ~ to use up ... — II nb-getiuljt p.p. 
unb a. @=b. worn (out), used up; fe[)r ob= 
genii^t threadbare. — III 9t~ n @c. unb 
ülb-miljung f @ wear and tear. 

ob-öben (^-^) vja. @b. sep. to lay waste. 

ob-ol)rfcigen (■s-^^) via. @,z..sep. j-n.^ 
to box a p.'s ears. 

SIbonncnient (ft. ä-bS-n'ma') n (g (=i8or' 
QU§=bcftctIung)iBu(l)SaHbeI,St:eoter!c.: subscrip- 
tion (auf to or for); im .... by subscription; 
mit Qu!gcl)obcnem .x, subscription-tickets 
(or passes) not available; Qu§ bem .», treten 
to discontinue (or to drop) one's subscr. 

9lbonnemcnt§=... (ä-bs-n'niß'fe...) in Sffgn, 
a®.: ~biUct «, /x-fortef (jeiit: Seitf arte) sub- 
scription-ticket, pass; iA season-ticket; 
rJ[\\ii f list of suijscribers. 

Slbonnent (^'*-^) m ®, /vin / @ sub- 
scriber to. 

obonniercn («>i-^") vja., vjn. (^.) u. vjrefl. 
@a. (•= oorauS'bcfteUcn) (fid) .J) to sub- 
scribe to; im Cl)crnt)aufe abonniert jcin to 
have a stall at the opera; auf e-e^titiitig 
abonniert fein to take in a paper; Semjpr. 
fic^ auf einen 5DraI)t .v, to rent a wire. 

Qb-orbnen (*>i") vja. (|) d. sep. 1. to dele- 
gate; oIS Berlreler: to depute. — 2. (abbe, 
ftelien) to countermand. 

31b-orblicr i'^''") m @a. m.pol. (Sffialiler) 
constituent; tßi. ob-oibnen. 

Slb-orbuung c^'*") f %i (tni. ab-orbnen). 
1. delegation, deputation. — 2. (Slbbeflellunfl; 
countermand, counter-order. 

ob-orgrlnc^-'^lr/a. fe d. sep. = ab-(ciern. 

3l-bortU0 C7 ("^"^j [It.J m % miscarriage. 



ttb-DOarcn (^-^) vja. unb vlref.. ^ a. sep. 

1. to (ar)range in couples. — 2. pari, fic^ ^ 
(fii^JiaarnjeifebevSIbftimmunaentijaltcn) topairoff. 

ob-pod)tcii (^•^^) I via. :?i b. sep. j-m ct. 
,x, to rent (a farm, <$:c.) from (or of) a p. — 
n Ql/N/ n @ic. unb 2tb-|)0d)luiig f @ lease. 

2lb'})ad)tcr, =päd)ter (-^^") nt ^ a. tenant. 

ob-l)atfen ('^>^") via. @a.«e/>. to unpack; 
einen 2Poäen: to unload. 

Slb-pntfcr (^'^") m @a. unjiacker. 

ob-i)arietcn(^"-^)i'/a. @,a.sejj.(e-nC)ie6) 
to parry. 

ab-poffen {'^■!"^) via. @c.sep. l.to fit to; 
abgepaßte Seroictte napkin with border. — 

2. fig. to look out (or to lie in wait) for; bie 
©clcgent)eit -., to watch for one's opportu- 
nity; bie 3fit ~ to bide one's time; gut 
abgepaßt done in the nick of time. 

ob-pQtrouillicrenX(^"trül-j-")t'/a.@a. 
Sep. bic ©igctib ^ to beat up the country; 
bie etott ^ to patrol ... [ment.l 

nb-))cini9Cti C^-"") via. @a. sep. to tor-/ 

ob-ijeitjd)en (■''-^) W«. Sic. sep. Let.«, 
to bring down with a whip. — 2. j-n ^ to 
horsewhip a p. 

ob-})ellcn P (^''"^) via. & a sep. to skin ; 
(flartoffein) to peel (= ab-fd)älen). 

ab-peljen (^•i^) via. §i,C. sep. 1. ein Sitt: 
to skin. — 2. j-n .», (prügeln) to thrash a p. 

ab-perlcn (^'^'^) vla.^&. sep. to unstring 
(like) pearls. 

ob-]pfä^len('^-^)l!^/a.@a.sf'^.l. to pali- 
sade, to fence in with palings. — 2. surv. 
to mark with stakes; e-eScIigrapIjenlinie-^ 
to peg out a line. — II 9t<N< n @c. unb 
9lb-<)iül)lung f@ palisading. |able.\ 

ob-pfönbbar ('^^-) a. (^b. jur. : distrain-) 

ob-J)f(Jnben (^•i^) I via. Sjb. sep. j-m f-e 
i£ad)en .^ to distrain (or seize) a p.'s goods 
and chattels. — II 9l~n ®c. u. 9lb-<)fän« 
bung f @ iur. : distraint. 

ab-pfarren (■2^") via. @a. sep. e-n Sejit! 
^ to constitute ... as a separate parish. 

Ob-|)feifeU (■''-") (^"n. sep. I via. einSieb^ 
to whistle ( off) ... ; xt bie aJiannidiaft ~. to pipe 
off ... — II f/w. (fn) to go off whistling. 

ob-l)fcrd)cn (^^") via. (g,a. spp. g^afe .x, 
to pen off ..., to put ... in a separate fold. 

ab-pfliJtfen, ob-pflotfcu (■''>'") via. @a. 
sep. 1. iffiegcbau: to peg off, to mark off with 
stakes. — 2.sn}äf(Se.x.totake ... off the pegs. 

ab-))fliirfcn f''^") via. @a. sep. to pluck 
off; ein ©ütindien .^ to pluck ... loff."! 

ob-pfliiflf " (^-") via. @,a. sep. to plough/ 

ob-i)itfcn (•^^") via. @,a. sep. to pick off. 

ab-placfcn C^^^) @a. sep. fit^ .^ vjrefl. 
== ab-plogcn 11. 

ob-vlagcn (•''-") Si a. sep. I v/a.to plague, 
to torment. — II ftd) ... vlref.. to slave (or 
drudge) one's life out (mit etroaS over a th.). 

Ob-vlngge II i"^^") via. cj, a.sep. agr. Oiafen 
^ to cut sods (of grass); tgl. ab-rafen*. 

Qb-pliirrc« F C^^") 4a. sep. I via. to 
bawl out. — II fid) ~ vlrefl. to tire o.s. 
with bawling. 

ab-plnttrii("^'^")Iy/a.@b.smtoflatten. 

— II ab-gct)Iotfet/;.jo.u.a. (&b. flattened; 
geom. (an ben 3BoIen) oblate. — III 9lb-pIot" 
tlUig f ^ geom. (te§gp65roib§) oblateness. 

ob-))lötlcn('^^") Iy/a.!^b.Är-jB. l.SBäWe 
.X, to iron ... — 2. ® fflctaU ^ to laminate ... 

— II9l->..M ©c.ibgi.I) ironing; lamination. 
ob-l)lntjcn ('^•'"^) vln. (fn) ^c. sfp. l.to 

burst (or crack ) off. — 2. for. to cut a jjatli. 
ob'pläfjen, =i)Iöt{eu (^■''^) via. aic. sep., 

for. einen SFauiii burdfe (Sutieriiunfl Bon Minbe -v 
(bejeidmen) to blaze ... 

Qb-))liinbern (>^^") via. g d. sep. j-m et. .^ 
to rub a p. of a th.; e-n SBaum ... to strip ... 

ob-poriicn O (•!'^") via. t^ a. sep. ti > knock 
off. I polish (off), to remove by polishing.) 

ab-l)olicrcn (i'"-") via. fea. sep. to/ 



Seii^fn (■!•" I. 6. IX): Ffomiliar; PSßoIl§fpra(^e; r®auneri:prad)e; \ feiten; t alt(aui^ geftorben); 'neu (aud^ geboren); +++unrid)ti8; 

= ( 12 ) = 



Sic 3fi<i)fn< ^<( tlbtür^iiMn«! uiib l 

ab-prnnrn (*-") iia. »rp. I via. 1. to 
inijiri^g. t<> stam|i (with a dii;) «'ii a th. — 
2. O (4cl& ^ to ci in or Ntiiiiip (m<>ni-y), to 
mint. — II r/n. (Ij.) to fiiii-.h C'»inili(f. — 
III fllf) ^ rirffl. tu inipri-Hg 0.8. 

IJIb piörtiilifl l^-") f <^^ im[>r<sMion. 

91b prall 1^') m Iw — ob-prantii II. 

ab-prallni ('^") I p/«. ifii) 31,«. »»•/>. to 
rfbiiiiil, r il; fiy. to pinnco off; auf- 

fdjlaflflib ^ (blb. », «anctifnfujflnl to rirochi't. 

— II fl/N/ n 09<-. aib flb-pralliiiifl/'vo tu- 
bouii<l(ini;). rucoiKing); Ü ricoclirt; p/njH. 
»on 1'I4I eitinO lt.: relln. tioii, roverlit-Tatioii. 

«b-prolliiiiiBC).... («"'I")...) in anon. »©. : 
/v/lviiifrl 3 m /tfii/M. «null) of rollttii' n. 

ob prrbiflfn («->'") ■jin.arp. I r/«. to 
pri'iii-li (liki- K sermon). — II firt) ^ vli-ffl. 
to Wfiir(>) o.s. out with prcathing. 

ob-prrllrn l^-'") r/a. öi-a. «f/>. to cause 
to r<,'l)'iii!ii| ; fiff. to n-pi'I, 

ab-prrijrn {^■^^) I vja. 4ir. »r/). 1. to 
Hr|iii'c/i' lilt of. — 2. /u/. 1-m ct. ^ to obtain 
froni a p. bv fstrouirl pri^ssur«'. — II lM/%, 
n Olli-, unb flb prrhiiifl f 49 extortion. 

ab protirii ü 1«''»') rja. «ic. nep. fine 
fluiioiir ^ (aui brt Calrilt ttbrn) t4) dismount 
(nr (inliinliiTl a |)ii'(:« of ortlniinfc. 

ab-pro|rfflrrrn («-»'■£-) vja. ei n. »^-p. 
j-m ftroaS ^ t" wrost a th. from a p. b) 
(vi'xnii <ii.s) li:i^iitii>n. Itlirash soundly. | 

ab prünrhi Fl''-") //n. cid. ««•/>. toi 

ab-pnfirn ('•*") 3i a. »c;?. I ria (ptagrinl 
to hit ( hard I, t» wtiink. — II i-jn. (jiij 
(atjbiiiifnl to di't niiti!, to diicrcpitato. 

ab-piiinprii (««i") rja. ci a. »>p. 1. to 

put lindiT th« pump. — 2. rinm 9*iunB(n : 
t4> pump dry ... — ;{. T -= Qb-Uil)in. 

ab-piiiiftirrrn («"i") da. 51 a. »rp. t» 
nuirk otV by points, to dot. |bla{cn 1.1 

nb-pnftrn I (*-") via. Oi.b. «rp. — ob-l 

»Ibpnlj O ('■*) m « Waiirrirt: roujrli- 
■'ast; jrocifrt)i(l)ti()tr ^ two-coat piastt-rini?. 

ab-pulirn ('-") I via. o\ c. ai-p. I. nnn : 
to Ki|ii' 111!'; irijutrn) to dust off; (irlnlgrn) 
to cliun off. — »^l^. i^änr: 2. ein «i*« ^ to 
snuff ...; bir Dafr ^ to lilow ...; Mr eitnlit -v 
to bru-ll (iho mud off) ...; tin Vtrib ^ t<J 
rub di'Wn ...; O Wauirtri: rin (nul tc. ^ to 
Itrlv« a »out of) I lastor (to) ... ; cat-p. »inrn 
BaKcn ^ to smooth .,.; 4/ laur ^ nnb li/p bit 
BaUrn ^ to SiTHpe ... — 8. f j-n ^ (aullftrlicnl 
to (rivt- a (>. p (TMCKJ tfllkin);-to. — II H^ $i 
^c. D 41b putinnfl^44 4.i banintr (off). — 

6. O VtmiTrifl: coat of plaMtiT; I. a. Vb-l'lllj. 

ob-qiialrn (*-") via. unb fid) -. vliefi. 
(la. trp. — nb-pltiflfll. 

abqiirt|rt)rn («•*-) p/o. ©ic. #rp. to 
iquiM'/.tt (or pimh) off. 

ab-qiiirfriiOl'-^'') 1 vla.tfiti.trp. l.Vti» 
«, to siiparato ... from nnialgiim. — 2. ob- 

8ftrifbtnt6iiIbfrlniiiii'«fVt(^ toco..! dowu 
nu NilviT. — II fl^n 9Ui . u. fIb-qiiirfunQ 
/'M separation (of gold from tlicamalKKinl. 

obquirirn [Z^^^) vja. Pia. »rp. to buat 
up, to twirl. 

Qb rnbrln O (*-«) r/o. (HA.tfp. Wifmt 
LtnZria ^ to rouml off... with a pnHt4i-wli<<i'l. 

Ob-robiflfni*--'-')r/n. 3i «. »»•;>. to or-» so. 

Ob ral1fM(*<''')r/o.5ia.(fr;>. I 1 

off tile surface. — 2. ttijr but d ' r. 

tirib« ^ to )r:illi>>r ... into »lu-a^is. 

«b-rottfr ( '"- ) m Wa., -vin ^ <j) a.;»-. 
roajMT wlio mak»« up nhcavi'«. 

Vibraliniii (^-"1 npr.m. M Abraham; 
/I17. (^l/>/.l ill .• €(|)o|i Pl;cn to b<> in A.'i 
bosom. ii'rli0. : r t» !•«> rollinir in wcnltli. 

flbrntiiiniit (^-«'-") mi Ui Abrabamitn. 

obrrtl)nmiifli|rf) {'-^^-', ^•^^) a. ^b. 
Abriilii\iii(ii li'-. 

obrnlinifn •('-'") IJRrtbi" — Snlnfl rja. 
^ia *«;>. «ii*, t«Mii;im "ft (,,r -kini) ..,; 
nborroljmtc 'JJiilct) «at 



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ab-rnliinrn* (*-") |9ial)nten| via. ^ft. 
•»•/(. »iiift ^ to frame ... (wt-ll). 

ob-roinrn C-") via. oia. $rp. s<un « 
to <ri.losi' ... by banks; to balk off ... 

ab-ranbrln (*"*«( 3id.. ob-raiibfn («^*') 
Si b. «rp. via. to • ■ 
giiarl, to mill ; 

obranlrn (' ' 
^ to trim (till- : ! 

ob-rolfH '(*--)! Jiojin 

?i c. Kep. tinrn $la| ^ to r< n 
lawn) h' m ...; e«!. ab-plaggcn. 

ab-roifu* ('-*') irnjin — mOttnl ftic. 
«f/>. fid) ^ vlrrft. to rate; to nisb aliout. 

ab-rafirrrn (^--'') c/o. »k fid) ^ p/r»//. 
iih. tip to .shavo (o.a.). |ra<poff.| 

obraiprlii © («•*«) r/o. 51 d. *rp. to) 

ob-rnftrlii (*■*") c/«. (fnt Sid. »»-p. to 
rattltsotl; to start with • noi'-e. 

ob ratrn (^-"1 1 1/</. . I. ('»"/. 

an ralcn) jm iDinl ct. ^ 
from a th.. to warn (or can 
a th. — 2. (abnriftn) j-m ciii <*)(0ciiMn:4 ^ 
to irucs.s (or iliviri' J ;i !■ \ s.cri t. — II Hn, 
w jnc.u.'Jlbrotnii n.warnum'. 

WbrnlfrSl .i^^uadur. 

'ilb-raiidi'... (*-...) ia .Hflan, mtih: evapo- 
rating-...; ^'tl. >^\&\alt f r/iin. OT. -basin. 

ab-raiid)(ii ('-") I r;»i. ifnl 3v,a. *rp. 
to('\a|i"r;it<'. — Iltl/vn: ' n. 

ob-rourt)frn(*--)p;a. . 

(Ihoroilt'liiy or Well). 

ab-raii|rn (*-«) 5i a. »«p. I via. to pull 
off. — II lid) lea.) ^ virpi: to scuftle. 

ab raat)rn O ('-") via. um. tep. «a^. 
»arm ^ to (lolisii, dress, trim ... 

41b rail m ( <- ) »1 ;i (0. pi.) 1. m Hncm 
9au; rubbish; carp, chips p/. ; /'or. lop- 
piiiL's pi., ilead wood.— 2. — abtdiimrn U. 

4lb-rnuin>... ('-...) ia SHan, 1«.: 'vfalir 
njpl. mineral deposit, abiauin-salts pi.; 
'%'ftoffr »I pi. wastu (substances). 

obräiiuifn I *--) I r/«. cm. arp. to 
clear off ur awny; e»«ltrn: to take awa\ ; 
id] lii'6 - I i)ttd the tal'lu cleared; eituti 
to cart away. — II <U- »1 9»c. ■. 4ib-raii- 
nniiifl f 4'* roinoval; cartage. 

41b-rnumrri^--)wM<ia ,.N,in/'<i» l.ono 
who clears (urcart'<) awny. — 2. Ü (6itti- 
»flv.i bri Vefemoiiet) lifu-guaid; cow-catcher. 

Ob rauprn (''''') via. ^a. ««p., ayr. tu 
clear ... ol caterpillars. Irako off.) 

Ob rrriirn ('"*") rla. si a. $rp.. agr. toj 

obrrdjUfn ('•'") 31 d. *rp. Im. I. (a»- 
jifljfnl to subtract ; Don ft. ^ to deduct from 
a thinir; ^n9 al'flirtdjnct ■. n tliis, 

birlfn Tutull aluvifd)»fl ■'- sie •..; 

tt bi( Xara .^ to iillow fur i S 

lii|;l firt) ail btn (rmatrn - "t di . y 

calculatiHl. — 2. iitia 9 (aiHlriAn) to 
baliincK (F to si|uariil accounts with; id) 
l)abc mit ibni obtirrcdnci wa bivo *<*ttlid 
accounts; fig. we nru t(uits. — S. to cease 
calculating. — II v^n, (().) to sotU« (a. ■ 
counts). — III t|/%/ H Mo. f. 'nb-Rdmuiij. 

fibrrdiiirr (*•*-) ih Ma. li<|uidaior. 

VIb trdinunq. an • ('<^~l /^ «# 1. 1«»i«j) 

dedui tloii, M.i.i) , hfr lln'eOfn dml'ic'iiH' 

OXpeiise-.; • 

to take o' 

2 8frtfn'fit;\)c ^ settiinir of ai-ooui.' 

) m ~ lj>ui(U to mako up | »r to ^ 

accounts with a p, fij;- to pay a p. 

a thing. - i. llt««sM**Hatill bai.a.v...„ 

of accounts. 

Tib rrrt)nuna*'... K**^...) <■ Mia. 1».: ^ 
fonlDt M. %|lrllr^clpaHn(r-hous«; •^tagw« 
soitiiiik' d.i«, ;i'|iiul»ii '11. 

Mb trUr r''-- 1 f u I iitncH«»«*«) (ma- 
tuall (tgtn ir««t 

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to airrce (or sti|>u'a^ei w:') 
intr a th. — •-' • - 
fItUcn tin 
•^•reOfii 

1. (»rT<»T(e 

2. (ibratra I 
I eannoi !■ 
fid) . 

ab- 1. '. 

•b-crgnrn t - 
■nA rlrr/i. i^c 1 
gcrtgnd it ha.s U^ne raiinn 
to wait tin -li. r, ,1 ;. 
-Uro 
been waste '1 <i"Aii \uj m 

ob-rribtn ('--) 9«»o. *»p. 
rub off; rri«!ctT.I t- ' 
■bnaMvb: tiiwearby 

■lai.) ten ii.i.ii ■ 

trtibr») to rl.iif.-; 

— 2. O in t i-, 
one); b«n t'ul; ^. 
to tloat a waJl. — 'A. lyi 
«rind down ... — II fid) ^ 
used up by friction. — III ab 

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to (b' . - 2. !•■ 

(t. - -raoa. 

abii. I (fü)to 

ripen. — II p,a. >_ B*|n « U 
unhoop ... 

«b-rfi)f (*--)^Ö ^n: r; 

Out mtincr ^ tr^ ■ ■ r. 

Qb-rfilrn(-' rt 
ur leave (liail) 'i<. 1 ■ i .'. ii r: ;i( uni MIR 
Ädjiji) nait) ^(m Rap »b bv uuled for ttu- 

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off ...; Sirttn « to np off ». — •. (««Mm 

mlral to pull down; tia« 9Hfr '•< '-ak 

down .« ; ^ r-« liataaari » to .» 

— 3. (KTmln) to 1 - -^ 

ragKud ... ; tt ••! o>i 

anil tiiiters. — 4. ii;»!!-. 1» 

II rill, ifn) 5. to break i<>r m 

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«b-rid)t.... i'-^...) in SH«. »'s. : ~feilf © f 
mi«f.adjusting-file;~ptitirtic/' liorsewliip; 
~ftah m. ^Itorf m stniiirhtoniiig-aiivil. 

«lb-rid)tf.... («^"...) in Sunn, -.si.: ~n)n9fn 

m jum einlatrtn ton S'ttlstn: brake, break. 

ab-rid)trn (■'^") I via. siu.s^p. 1. zitxt 
^ to train ...; einfii vmib oiifS ^Ipporficreii 
^ to teach ... to fetch and carry ; Saflttunbe 
^ to enter ...; tin lUieto a'"" 3'<^l)f" .~ ^° 
brf ak iu ... to harness ; fi(f. mritt O.s. j-ii }ii 
rtlDOä .^ to drill (or coacli) a p. into a th. 

— i.O (finiiittn) to tit; (in 6.'ü(f «it^eit : to 
adjust; (plsnittrn) tO level ; \L tW Eiliiti », to 
rig out or up ... — II <l~ « ®C. unb 9lt)' 
nd)tiinfl f ^. Su 1: training; mitt vma: 
coa. hing. — 3u -2: O titling, adjustuieut. 

«b-riilitfr (*-'") »» @a. 1. trainer. — 
2. © adjuster. |with a bolt, to bolt.\ 

ob-rifflfln ('-^) via. ?i d. sep. to fasten) 

ab-ririflii l*-") vjn. (li. u. fn) 2J d. sep. 
L to trickle down. — 2. to crumble otf. 

ob-rinbrn (^"*") I vja. ^b. sep. e-n8aum 
„ to bark (or to peel otf) ...; <2/ to decor- 
ticate; »rut ~ to cut the crust off ... — 
II SU n ?*c. barking; C7 decortication. 

ab-riu9C(l)n (^>'") c/a-unb (id)~ f/>e/Z. 
ga.(d.) st^p. to detach rings or ringlets; 
to lOtne off in ringlets. 

ob-rinatn (*'i") ^a. sep. I r/«. j-m "" 
©tpüiitniS ~ to wrest a confession from 
»p.; \\<Ü {fiat.) bie$änbt.v to wring one's ... 

— II fid) ^ rjiefl. to wrestle with, 
ab-rinnrn («>i") vjn. (fn) ^b. sep. to 

run (or tlow, trickle) down. 

ttb-rife (*>*) »" ® draft, design; (eiijje) 
sketch ; hititi .,. (SuSiug) epitome, synopsis, 
abstract. |out) on horselia^k.) 

ftb-ritt (*-*) m ® riding off (or setting) 

ab-rot)ren (*-") via. ?j.a. se;o. einen Sei* 
.^ to cl.-ar ... of reeds. 

ab-roUrn (^'^^] ^a,. sep. I vja. (n. fiift ~ 
vlri-fl.) to mil off or down; vl/l)a§ "Jlnfcitau 
fd)ncU .^ lojiin to slip the cable ; Sioiji .^ to 
uucoil ... — II rin. (\n) to roll down ; fitf. 
tn trt grit : tO roll OÜ. | rust otf. 

Qb-rorttii (*-i«) vjn. (fn) ^i,h. sep. ti 

ab-roitrn (*>i«) via. <^h. sep. to roast 

(thoP>u--'|ply(. I(or dye) red.) 

ob-rotrn (*-") vja. gb. s^p. to colour) 

ab-ru(f(n (*>*") 21 a. sep. I y/a. to push 

off; typ. Bit 3iilin .,, to paragraph. — 

II P/n. (in) to move off; ü bielruppen finb 

abgtrüdt ... marched off. Irow oft.) 

ob-rutirrn (*-") vjn. (jn) @d. sep. to I 

flb-ruf (*-) m ^ recall. 

ab-rujrn (*-") &9q.«»>p. I vja. 1. j-n .v, 
to recall a p.; j-n Don jcincr ^flidjt .v to 
call a p. off his duty; bet Zob t)Qt iljn ab' 
gciujtn ... carried him off. — 2. bit etunben 
«. to cry ... — 3. j-n jum Heater .», to call 
for a p. to go to ... — 4. 1 aufrufen) to pro- 
claim. — 5. i-n (fin 2d)ijf ) ^ (mit bet ettmme 
(tRiArn) tönncn to be within call of a p. 
(witliin hail ijf a ship). — 11 fid) .„ virefl. 
to shout 0.8. hoarse. — III 'Ü'» n ^c. nnb 
Sb-rntunQ /' $9 rei-all; proclamation. 

abruiun9e....(«->'...)=?lb-biruiung§«.,. 

ab-rutjrrn (*--) vja 21 a. sep. «odit.: to 
«tir (or beat) up with; ©npuf mitt-mSi.^ 
to b' at up the soup (or brothl «ith ... 

ab-ruiiotn (*'*"| I nia. 21b. sep. 1. to 
round off; tin QhgfninBcttr Sol^faaii a well 
rounded (or firii.-heiJ) |ierrod. — 2. a ein 
ÜBfitfiii ^ to p»-arl ... — 1 1 Db-flf runbft p.p. 
n.a.'a.b. .'}. roundled otli; o oljgfrunöctfä 
€pitl faultless execution. — III IJU. n 
#|c. B. Hb-runbunq f dj 4. rounding otf; 
finish. — .5. («unHeini roundness. 

ob-nipftn C^") via. 2j,a. sep. to pluck 
(or pi' k) off; ein tab« it. ... to plu^k ... 

ab-ruftrn ("") I eja. Sib. sep. 1. © to 
take down (scaflolding); arefi. bie (I'etjrO 



a 



*Spgcn ~. to strike the centres. — 2. X bo3 
Cieet ^ (o. abs.) to disarm, dem bilise .... to 
put ... on a peace-footing; -I ein Bdiif ~ to 
nnriix and lay up ... — II 3l~ » ©<:■ u fib- 
ril ftiinfl/"# X demobilisation ;b.^brüftun9 
öuriiPQ§ the disarmament of Europe. 

ob-nittdjcii (^^") I'ln. (jn) @c.sep. l.to 
glide down. — 2. F (fortgeben) to slip off. 

ab-riittcln('^^")t>/a.ei,d.sp/).to.s)iakeoff. 

aibruijO l"^") Lit] I'pr.'n. (sg.®)yeogr. 
(üBtoDinj) Abruzzo; bic ^Jlbriläieu /)/. (a^ebitoc) 
the Abruzzi pi. (mountains). [off.) 

ab-{äbrlli (*-") v\a. (^d. sep. to sabre/ 

ab-iatfcii l^''") iJia. sep. I via. ein Saft, 
tier !t. -. to unload ... — II vjn. (jn) mit bem 
Strome ^ to sag (or float) down or with the 
stream. Ibejä.n) to sow thoroughly.) 

Ob-jiien ("■-") via. u. y/n. öj a. sep. (gonjl 

«Ubjoge (^-") f ® 1. N («bbefteUung) 
counter-order; renunciation. — 2. refusal 
(of an invitation). 

«b-JQge'bricf (^^^•'■) m ®, .jdjreibcu 
(.^•-") n @b. letter of refusal (ftärfet: of 
defiance); challenge. 

ob-jogen (^-^) ?i,a. sep. I vja. 1. j-m et. 
^ to notify to a p. the discontinuance of a 
th.; j-m bie jV«""i'id)ait .v to break with 
ap.; bib.ebm.: j-m (Beu ^rieben) ^to (send a) 
challenge (to) a p.; ein abgcingtcr g-ciuo 
a professed enemy. — 2. (abbetteUen) et. ,^ 
to coiinteimand (ftätlct: to revoke) a th.; 
eine Ifiiilabung .», to recall an invitation; 
ein (ijjcn ~ (oerliifben) to put off a dinner; 
tine ^agb K. ~ to declare ... off; et. ^ lajjen 
to excuse o.s. from a thing. — II y/n. (Ij.) 
einer Sadie (dat.) .v to renounce a thing. 

ab-jdgen (^-"] vja. @a. sep. to saw off. 

ob-iol)UCU (*-") via. ^&. Sep. = ab- 
raömen*^. |«/)»-.»i. (la Absalom.) 

»UbinlOlll. SlbjOlOH (-^--, melir nix. "-^)f 

Ob-JQljEll ('^'^") via. §\,Q..sep. to salt well. 

ob-jattellt ('^■^^) via. Cäi,d. sep. ein spfctb ^ 
to unsaddle ...; ein Siadtier ,.. to unload ... 

91b-iat{ C^^*) m ^ 1. (SBobenioBl sediment. 
— 2. (untftiireiSuna) interruption; advy in 
91bjfl^cn at intervals; oljitc ~ without a 
break; ol)ne ~ aurtrinten ... at one draught; 
oline .X. fdjreien ... Without taking a breath; 
beimlittot: new line; J' pause; O arch. 
e-t fflauct: offset; e-i Sreppc : landing; Sdiut). 
madierei: heel; mil l)ot)cn ?lbjn^cn high- 
heeled; ftd) auj ben *Äbjiiljcu l)eruiiibrel)cn 
to turn ou one's heels; X frt. am iaJaUe: 
berni(e), relais; ^(Knoten) knot; in einer 
gtfiriit; paragraph; im 93e.fc: ciBsura. — 
3. Sit (abganfll sale; teifeeiiötn ~ jinbcn to 
go off quickly; jd)lid)tcn -. haben to sell 
badly ; e§ iff tcin .„ jür bie Sadien ba, bcr ~ iji 
glciit) ^luU there is no demand for ... 

Slb-jol;-..., ab-jofj'... ('^'^...) in 3i..(c«unnEn. 

I © Scftiitimailerei, meift: heel-..., j». ~flett tn 
/>/lcber n heel-piece, heel-tap; ~uiej)ci" n 
heel-shaver. — II Sfb. SäUe: ~tQ^i9 * a. 
saleable; /vfleblEt «, ~marft m. ^quelle /", 
/«.ncg ft m outlet for export-goods; bem 
fcianBcl naie .^oueUen eröjjnen to u|»eu up 
uew markets lor trade; ~4)flotf m, /N^fti jt »j, 
~in)Crfe /"heel-peg, hob-nail; «vloeiie aäv. 
= in Vlbjäl;en (j. 'Ulb-ju^ -J). 

ob-jäubern (*-") via. 21, d. sep. to clean. 

ob-jöugeiDii (^-") I via. 5y,a.(d.) sep. 
to iuiircli, bläu-.: to iibl ictate. — II '.Jl~ // 

t@c. unb 'ilb-i luglrijung f ^ ablaciation. 

ob-JQugen (*-") o/a. <?"g. sep. i. to suck 
off. — 2. to cease sucking. 

Qb-iaugen (*-") via. »in. sep. 1. (mi. 
roäbnrn) to v\ean. — i.horl. = Qb-jnngcln. 

'ilbjrrB .JJ (-^) \\i.\m 23 pnth. ubacess. 

9lb-td)Qt(fi.eiicn © (*-(")•->') n feb. 
grater, scraper. 

ab-|d)Qben(*-")^a.spjt). I W«. to grate, 
to scrape; (l(ftjlfn) to pare; © lUeibeiei: to 



flesh out. — II fit^ .V, vlrefi. to wear out; 
obgcjdjabt shabby, Bon ßieibem aucft: shiny. 

Slb-jdjabjcl © (•''-") n @;a. gratings^;., 
scrapings pi.; ©trbetei: fleshings pi. 

ob-jd)Qd)ern (■^>*") via. %A. sep. j-m ct. 
.„ to buy a th. of a p. at a very low price. 

ab-id)od)te(n («>i«) ^ja. ^d. sep. (mit 

ScboAtEllialin obi-ueuetn ic.J tO rub (or polish) 
with sliavc-griiss 

ab-|d)ad)ten ?? ('"*'") via. @b. sep. (aus- 
jimmetn) to line with framework. 

Ob-id)Qfjeil C'"^^) I via. l?ia. sep. 1. (auf- 
geben) to abolish; tin «mt, ein Seft jc. ~. to do 
away with ...; ein ©eieg -.. to rejieal (or to 
abrogate) ... ; t-n mifebiaucft ~ to suppress ... ; 
eine «ctetbiiung ~ to set asiile ... — 2. (loS- 
Berben) to get rid of; lienet ^ to dismiss 
(or to send off) ...; Jemen Si- agcn.^,ou4: to 
drop one's carriage. — II *it~ n ^c. unb 
2lb-jd)nffun9 f % abolition (of slavery); 
repeal (ol statutes) ; sujipression (of abuses); 
abrogation (ofa law); dismissal (of servants). 

obodjnften, «jdjaften ©(•">'") vja. ej,b. 

Sep. e-n Slinienlauf ~ to unshaft, Unstock ... 

ab-jd)afen vl (■''-") via. i?3.a. sep. to fleet 
(or shift, ease, overhaul) a tackle. 

ob-jd)älen ('^-") «ia. sep. I via. 1. to 
peel (off); Mile ^ to shell ... — 2. = ob' 
rinben I. — II fid) ~ vlrefi. aH- ■■ to peel 
(or come) off; in Edfiippen: to scale off. 

ofa-jd)olmcn ['i^^) via. &},&. sep., for. 

= Qb-pläljen. Im whet.stone.\ 

aib-id)arf=... © (•^>'...) inSHgn, js. : ~|teiu| 
nb-jdjarjeii (^•^^) via. i^&. sep. 1. ein 

mejlei: to sharpen, to give an edge to ... 

— 2. © to edge off; carp, (abtanten) to 

chamfer. [scrape off.l 

ab-jd)arrcn (•s-i") via. ^a. sep. to/ 
SUb=fd)orrid)t (•»«'") n ®, .jdjorrjel (^>*") 

/( fcioa. scrapings pL, snaviUj;» pt. 
nb-id)attcn (*>'") @b. sep. I via. 1. to 

adumbrate, to profile; fiy. to sketch. — 

2. (Idjattieten) to shade off. — II fid) .^ vjrefl. 
fig. to shade off, tc stand out (on light 
ground). lab-jdjatten 2.1 

ob-)d)attierfn {^^-") vja. 21, a. sep. =/ 
?lb-i(i)attierun9(^"-"),'id)ottuug(^''")/' 
@ adumbration, shading; soft gradation 
of tints; (emrourf) sketch. | ratable.) 

ab-jdjdljbar (■^■^-) a ^b. appieci.ible;/ 
ob-id)al}cii ( •"'''^ ) I via. i?ic. Sep. to 

estimate; (bereiSnenb) to value; (tarieren) to 
appraise, to tax; Qbgcid)Ql,te ©runbitiiile it. 
assessed ... ; nid)t aligcjcl)ü\it unassessed. — 
11%^ u @c.u.'ilb-id)atjuu9/'@e.stimate, 
valuation, appraisement; assessment. 

'ilb-id)Öljer C^-^^) m (ga. appraiser; (ffli 
SBefteuitung) conmiissioner of assessment. 

Ulb-idjOljUUgS«... ('^'^^...) in ,iil..iP,fln, j!B. : 

/v-bfomtf tnlpl., ,x,fommijjioii f Commis- 
sioners p/. ot (or for) Assessment. 

ab-id)au}eln (*-") via. lyd. sep. to 
shovel off. to remove with a shovel. 

Wb.id)auni (^^) m ^ („. pi.) 1. © (off-) 
scum; (Sdilacfen) dross. — 2. mebt gbt. fig. 
.V bcr (MejcUjdjajt scum of society; .^ bet 
Dicnjdjbcil dregs pi. of humanity. 

ab-idjduiiicn (*-") I vja. 21 a. sep. 1. to 
skim (off), to scum. — 2. ehm.. pharm. 
to despiimate. — II Ul/x- n^c.a. 'Hb-jd)au> 
miing f ^ skimming (oti); de.-.puniatioa. 

ab-jdjeibbor (^--) a. i»th. separable. 

ab-id)fibril('^-")(^o..?f/A I vla.n.vlrefl. 
l.to separate; chiii. to di.-sennage, c§ djieb 
ji(t) Soucrjtojj ab oxygen was set free or 
lilieraied, fig. abgijiliiebcn libcn to live in 
seclusion. — II vjn. (jni 2. to ilepart. — 

3. (fttrbeni to depart lhl^ life; abgi'jdliibenc 
Seckn departed s|iirit,s, the deponed. — 
II "il^ n ©c. u. mb-|d)cibUU9 f «0 4. sepa- 
ration; 2? chin, liberation; departure. — 
5. (nut 'ü^ n) decease. 



Signs 



tee pa«e IX): F familiar; P vulgar; f flash ; S rare; t obsolete (died); * new word (born); + + incorrect; Qi scieatifi«; 



The Signs, AbbreriatioDii and det. Ob«. (99 —9) ar« expUined at the be^nnning of this book. [ ^l U ) Q) C. . . il 1 (<) HI . . . | 



flMll)Hbrr (*-«') m f^n. one who sepa- 

rati,"., O mitiill. IVi'tTrlMil rofiiiiT. 

ttb id)rittlii(*--)p/'<. :!,il »/•/<. bo» ^aar 
^ t') (iitrt niie'H huir, to wo:ir a |i:irtiiiK. 

ob-id)tlff(r)n («>'-) 5ui.('l) lep. via., 
vin. It) I unb fid) ^ I'jrffl Ui xualu (or peul) 
off; nfil. Id l|l•^^r|ll;lnlllte. 

ab-id)rrrii (*--) I W«. ?0h. »^/j. k»n »att : 

to nIihvb off; tir t)a«n : to (Top; Citalc : to 
sheur. — I1 11»/ n Cijli:. Iiair-ciittiri);. 

ab-jd)rr|rii S ( '^^J p/«. sj."'. »••p i-m ft. ... 
to v>-X II til. from a p. by jL•still^' or jokiinf. 

Wb-irtiril(^-)m.l>i(o./j/.l I.^DOT iversiofi 
t<). iililiorriMii-f of »r fur ; grogrn .^ DDr I-m 
()abcn to loathe a p.; fein ^ our tcm lOafic 
hiüdi.slikuof ...; jin ^ cin''ldi;(ii to till a p. 
with loHtliiii(r; bai e^Dd (lot;! mir ^ ein ... 
inveHMietlio horrors. — 2. (mejfnllanb»rl^|l 
aboniiiiiition, dutestablu ol>jiM-t; er ift jQr 
mid) fin ^ h^' i.s niy (|iet) avorsioii. 

ab-|rt)riifrn C^-^') via. 2!,d. »i-p. 1. to 
HCDUr off; BfllS. to cirnnso. — 2. (a^^ltl)rnl 
au4: (Idj ~ vjrfß. to wear out by siouriiiR. 

abirtjenlitl) ("-") I a. 3*,b abomiimble; 
«in .vtS .J!crbrci1)f n a liuinous crime ; F (u*an- 
gcncbm) liorriil ; ber ^t tiamnri this iiusty ... ; 
e-e~e Wci.tiiilitcan i.'XiMrableaffuir; bo4roar 
.V Don ibni it wu.s mi.sty of him. — II luiv. 
CO. ~ iiniiiinfin, i«. ^ rtid) enormously 
rich; eo loar ^ IjeiB it «a» awfully hot. 

«b-id)eulirt)ffit (--— ) /"öl. dutcst- 

abluiiu>s, (dnrl Vrr6ir(triil) huiniiUSIluSS. — 

2. (gt3liiiiii( Zliat) oiitrau'i-ouH crime. 

ob-id)id)len (*^") I «-/a. sib. »ep. t) 
arran^u (ur divide) in la>oi's; r/r»/. tu 
stratify. — II lU n W»c. u. Wb-|d)id)tlino 
f it i/io'. strati licat ion. 

ab-fd)i(frii (''-'^) I vfa. ^a. $rp. — 
ab {ini>fit I ; •&. ^^ auj i{o^lnlan^o .» to 
detach (for spo'-ial service). — II ll<v n 
^c. an^ tlb-fdiirfuiin fii — ab fcnci:n II 

ab-id)irbfn (''-") dyf. »••p. I /■;« I. to 
push (T shelve» off. — 2. ßg — ob iBillien. 

— II ijn. I in) F(lotltau'»nl to docanip. 
91b-fd|irb ('-) »I 3>{ I. liepartiiro; >.Oo:n 

Ctbcn<iiicoa-e. -2 (VrbriD»billüave(-takinK), 
ton j-ni ^ nf boten 'o ''ul farewell to a p.; 
obnf ^ roffliu'lifn to take French leave; btr 
~. fill ibntii fdjiufr they parted with heavN 
huikrtN. — 3.(htniij||ung) dismissal ; fiinen ^ 
nebmfii to sand in one's resi^rnatinn, >Si to 
quit the service; j-m ben ^ geben to irive 
notice to a p., to ilischarife a p.; feinen ^ 
«rbalten <<> ho dismissed. 

ob-lrtiirDlirtjNl'--) a. s*b. valedictory. 

1Mb )rt|irOc-... (*-...) in Sfla«. I Btin fare- 
well. |.artiiijf-..., valediclMiy, Ac, |fl. <%,• 
brfuit) "I farewull cull <ir visit; /vrjlrn n, 
~frt)inailOwi farewell dinner; ~rebr /Tare- 

Well ( iir maledictory) addresH or h| ch ; 

.«.trilllf f/i partilih'-cup. — Ile(l«iibrircnaa: 
^grlnrt) n (teiiiloi of) resif;naii<>n, jein ..^g. 
(inrri(t)>n to ti-nder one's reNiienntion. 

ob-|d|ir|rrn (*-") 5id. •»•/>. I via. to 
t«ko off in NcaloH «r llakos. - II |l(t) ^ 

*lrrf{. to peel (ur Scale! 'iff. O7 to exfuliate 

— Ill <l~ »I Wc. unb flb-ldiirlrnins f «• 
scniiiii; <<tr, ^ exfoliation. 

ab-ld|irnrn ('-") via. sia. »«p. I. turn. 

Mr gfbtDitditi oiKcb ^: i\) to put ... in spliiilji ; 
b) to take the Nplilit.s otT ... — 2. It rint 
Cltfdr ^ to iiiirail .... to take off the raiU. 

ab |it|ie|trn ('-^) »0 «r/<. I v a. I.fin 
•«»rkt N t.i ilischnri;u .... to (Iro (off) ... ; 
cine li'Vlinieii-lJUigel „ to shoot with a 
bullet; f n '(I'ni ^ to let My ...; Aarultfben 
oil* »»n i«rm» ^ to ply ... wltii irrn|t«. _ 
8. Itbi'llfnl to iil)iH)t off; it)m IDllltif bft 
Popf iibgefibofltn a cannon. Wall tmijt nff 
hii head. — :i. (b tunlrtboltnl to brinie down 
by a »hot. — 4 in ^ ll»^»^ll»Sfl^l Ui excel a 
p. in shoolinir; fiii. bin il.'iiil ^ Ui cnrrv 



«> 



the day. — 5. hunt. n% itn\rt ^ to shoot 
(off) all theirami!.— II r/n.(fnl 0. toshixn 

(or rush) down ; son c-m S*oolr ic. t<> dart off 

swiftly. — III %^n »e.g. Itb-fdjirBuna 
f i% 7. dis. h iri,'«-, shooting off. — 8. (jl^t 
OaOl rapid de-'cent. 

ab-|d)iffrn (*''-) Sjta. •»•;>. I »/a. Sartii ,. 
to ship (off) .... i/ to carry ... by bottom. — 
II vln. (I i) to H.iil. steam off. — III tL.vn 

99c. anb ilb |d)iffnnfl f <A shippiiiK'. 

0b-id)ilDfrill*-'")r/rt.3td.«r^. Uid' ! 
ab-td)ilifrn (*•*") v,a. anb vln. (b.) ; 
»ei>. . nb iitieljeir n, 

ab-ld)inben (*>'-) »a. (f. ftftinbrni aep. 

I via. I to Hay; (nunc inbtnl to <'halu; ob* 

flffdiuiibfne BieUe kmH. — 2. fig in ... to 
(fi iiel a p. (down). — II F fid) .w PJrrfl. to 
toil and driidi;e. |harness.| 

ab-fd)irrrn ('>'") p/o. ^a. arp. t<i un-j 
ab-id)la(f)trn («■*»') via. 8ib. Mrp, to 
slaughter; INrniitfn .«. audi: to buU.-her. 

ob-|dila(frn O ('-") via. ^a. aep., 
mftiill. to free from droits. 

«b-idjlQß ("■' unb «-) w 5t 1. for. — 
'Hb-rauiit. — 2. ( «(■»tolifn ) relpound(inir), 
«lUacb: bie 'Banbcn b'lbene-n guten ^ these 
aruteoodlF livelyjciishiiins. — !(. O ISilafnl 
strikiiiff off;(«bbtuif I matrix. — 4.1'OrilAljal 
partition. — ö.lKUttt : (VMak) outlet, drain. 

— (i.lnkljrrung) refusal. — 7. (Vrrminbcninjl 
abatement, fall (of prices); oline .%. at the 
old price; in ^ geraten to I have a) fall, to go 
down. — N. («Brr4ni:na) ouf ^ on account; 
auf .V Don linrt 6iiaiiiic lU part-paYniCUt of ... 

ob-i(t)lnnrn (*--) ?<ir. xrp. I v'a. 1. t<« 

knock (or strike) off; j-m Ceii ßopf ^ t» 
cut a p.'s head otf; Cbfl .^ to knock down ... 

— 2. (abloToitnl to strike off. — !J. (abMiArn . 

I. M) to pull (ur break) down; O eiii (Mcrfifi 
^ to take down a scaffoldiiiis'; ein 3fit .„ 
to strike ... — 4. (abUiical tal II>af1fi .v to 
lot (or drain) off ... — 5. j-ii ^ to thrash 
a p. Soundly. — <(. (latudliiaArn) to boat 
hack ; einen itofe, i^'u b ,. to parry a thrust, 
a cut; üt einen 8 nein, e.nen Angriff ... 
to repel (or repulse) an assault, an 
attack. — 7. (»riirfijrin) to refuse; er b>it 
e9 eiinb obgifdjliuien ho llatly declined (to 
do It); id) lajic eS mir nid)t >., 8te bürjen 
eS mir nid)t .^ I won't he refu>e>l or denied. 

— s. epKi : bin tritten s. n<bc iib-flalid)en '-'. 

— Ü. bal 0101 It. ..w to lower the price of ... ; 
eine 'Utunie >. (abnucbiotn) to depreciat« ... 

— II fid) ^ v.rcfl 10 fid) Don l-a lD«at ^ 
to stray from ... — III p/n. ladli m» fn) 

I I, oil* rerVlrt ^ to dcKenerat«. — 12. (ait 

ijirn) to fail. — 13. labnfbara; ant Ouf* 
jdilagen) to full (in pro el; bn nhm fd)liltlt 
ab ... IS losinie in strenu'ih; bi« (><«• tdililgt 
ab ... is abut IHK ; bal lalic 'ißaifrr ■„ laijen 
to take the chill off \itht.]. — 14 vioitb 
(iuiu.f»iaa;iil to rebound. — I'l X to boat 
(..r sioiii.l) the ri'treat. — IV fl-v n Ml-. 

■nb'nbjd)lannng/'4« » ai%«!s k kiexkinK 

ilo A II , (iuriariuii«l refusal , 9 fall (in price). 

ab-ldildgig ('-*') la. xb. noKativ«; ^c 

TIniiooit refusal ; ,ee iBefdieib rebuff. — 

II •!•//< i-n ^ befdieibin to refuse a p. 

nb id)liii|lid) I *-" 1 <i. Xb. ■■» adv. « 
aiil '.Ibhbiflrt if 'Ab f't)lno «); -' ^ablunj 

— 'HblitUitit-pibliKig. 

«b lililrtuo-... (•'■*.. «. *-'...) I« .S-'j-' |T» 
■^biuibe iiDr ^interim dividend, -..pitilung 

/■pawiionl on a ml. ünt.iliiieiit. 

ab fdilantmen ('' ) <- .1. ;ia. «f/i. |,u> 
clear of imid. — 2. O tfif to wa.sh. 

ab tdilongrlni'-'^l i\.^. up. ^d^^wirrfi. 
to me.-uMh-r, to Wind. 

obtd|lrid)eu ('•>') »»n.Brp. I » m. «.flit 
^ rirrfi. to Niiigik away pr off. — lira 
j ni et. .«. to get a th. fn>nt a p. by %\j 
I iiieaiis or in • siipakini; wa>. 






•b-ldjlflifn ' ■ I • : :., 

»ep. I. to irnnd • " i 

orpolishinir. — 2 C . ; .. . . la 

or rub (off); t\» n.f)«f » til abarpeii „ — 
8. a. »'reft. fig. fldl ^ (»»T*r STral tii (•••«•'»ni« 
p<dislie-l or refined. — II 11^ n tnr.. Mb 

Hb-td|lrifung ^4* irrindingoff, |^.>ii*(i(iiig), 
rertniui'iit. — 5?al. «v*. 
ab-|d|leilen«i*--) jCAIeifel » 'i. i » 

xr/i. 1. (Ici lalrlira) to draif off or awi; 

■ ry on a slo'lg--. — 2. - *i:n .. |ia «■:■:<! 

. % cif»«l to s.ur . — Sgl. .., '. 

«b lrt)leifer O («--) m «ja,, ^in f w 
griiidi^r. |>"ili'<h'r. 

«b-id|lriffrl O (<^^) n ^a. (• pi.) alip, 
griiidiiitr> />/. 

ab-fd)lrimen O (•--) p'a. ft a. arp. to 
fre«; from ■.linu-, jaifrr: to clarify. 

ab-|d)leiften ( '-- ) :ic. j.<;i i fdilc.B::; 

ab-fd)lenoern F(*'-) p/n. (|n) sid. »rp. 
to saunter off. Ming off.l 

Ob Idjlrnfern F(«'-) r'a. Sid. arp t..j 

Ob id)lf ppf n ( * '- ) ;; .1. »rp. I r a. to 
drag (or carry) off. — II fid| ^ r rrft to 
tire O.A. with dr:iir>ing heavy l^adi. 

ab-id)leubrrn (*--) r/a. s^d. a^p. to 
thro« (..r Miiij,') off; u% «etitt ... t'l throw ._ 

«b irt)lirt)f.... («■»...) .■ 3S«3 - feAliitl- . 

ab id)liit)ten O ('^~) a a. si^b. aep. tu 

plane olf; carp. 0«1| .„ (lanAira) U) dub „. 

ab-fd)lir^en (^-~) 9e. a'p. i via. I.rtar 
Itti : t' lock, to turn the kev of ... — 2 a. 
vlrrfl. (itrnof*) fid| .. to sliut off; O laaH 
aa'Aisf ' bta Xaasl -. to turo off _. — 3. aa4 
P r»-/f. (bftnt iiinat»«. — 4l|«fta3M 

bitiigca) to a . e-nrn i(>an&el « to 

strike a barKaio ; (inen t'ceiriig .« tu aigu 
an agreement, pitl. to conclude a treaty; 
cine ^nleibe ^ to contract a loan; # kw 
OaBUung«buArT -. to balauce ... ; rtit tr4aa*« 
.„ to adjust (or close) ... — II r/«. (b-l 
5. mit i-m ^ to com« to an arrangement 
with a p. — n. iu %»\x fd|l:ekt ab mit ends 

in ... — III lilt) ^ v,rrft. 7. t • • r 

lo>k)o.s. up. ficb DPn ber &Wlt ^ 

o.s. — IVab geid|lo|)en/'./> i.a ;*' ■'.r' 

tcaluai«« bf« inf. — U. (B«.:rBb«il coiiililete - 

Vab id)lifSjenb /•.;;r. u <i. • 

— VI *l~ n yi.- Rib Ab 1 •» 

liK'kin.' (ii|>). ■'Iiutlinie off, i^i. 

ob |d)lnrlen('-~)r 11 :ia «i-i '. 

ttbfd)lllb I"-) m U 1. i. »ri. 

Itajc«: cou« lusion ; parl.i-. «urf; 

r-t laata-rrltra C«4>: wiudiligup; Hut C<lf 

)um ^ bniigrn to bring ... t<> an issue; |uai 
.w (omiiicn tinil .^) to romr to an arnutir»- 
nicDt (aUiu* ...I; tt( •««« Idia enbh« v»m 
« ... at \xiil terminated, i« aa« lut traf. 

— 2 W.ta>t«>S^^ («n- 

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ob. ...ius loutcn. 



ttb-fdimflitn ('■^^^ ■2lc.u.@&.sep. I via. 
l.to (siiu.lt off. — 2 Of/i</(i//. to separate 
bv (s)mi'ltiu£r. — 3. (idjmtijrn) to (s)inelt 
tliorousrhly/— II 17/1. (jii) to melt. — 
III «1^ « @c. unü 9lb-i(t)mrhun(i f® 
(s)meltii:g off; fusion; ri öiial-iiets : ^ abla- 
tion. I finish (by) forsrinsr.l 
Qbtrfimitbfii O (■'-") ria. @h.stp. tol 
ob-jrt)mitrriU"^-")?^:i-«<'P- I '•/«. l.T 
to copy ba.ily. — 2. oii: = obj^'.cibcn 2. 

— II /■>!. (l).MaH*3tui!rn) to give off sjrease. 
«b-jdimicrrr F('-") m @a. 1. slovenly 

copyist. — 2. ot: = *21b-id)rfibcr -2. 

ab-itf)miil;tii C'"'-) p/h. (l). u. in) sjc. >•?*>;). 
to give off dirt or blots, to soil, to blot. 

ob-irt)niibrln F (*-•') fi4 ~ f/rp^-. ejjd. 
sep. to l>e liilliii? and cooing. | buckle.) 

ab-irtinallrn 1^'^") v'a. 21. a. srp. to uu-( 

ob-irt)noppfn"^>'-)@a.ap/;. loja. l.eiii 
SdjIoB .^ to slip .^ lock. — II vjn. (fn) 

2. tsn rintr 5<fbfr: tO slip. — 3. (plp6Ii4 ouf- 

*»mi) to break off suddenly (in the midst 

of a speech, Ac). [/" shears pi. 1 

Slb-id)nfibf....(*-"...1in3üan.ia5-:~irt)crr/ 

Qb-)d)IIfiben(^-")?9'il.s<'p. If/i-i-n'f'rt: 
to cut (off); i-ni bit- .Rchle ^ to cut a p.'s 
throat (0.^^.); id) jdjnitt mircinStüif Srot 
ab r cut myself a slice of bread; fi'i. ben 
Scbtnljaöen ^ to cut the thread of life. — 
»fb. öäUf: 2. a) liort. Svirtt ^ to lop off...; 
gurg. (in Siifb ~ to amputate (or take off) ... ; 
b) (ftugtn) fid) (rfoM bie 9}ägel ^ to pare 
(or cut) one's nails; einem ißogel bie (vli'ücl 
.„ to clip a bird's wings. — '6. fin. bic 3"" 
fubr .N. to cut off the supply ; j-m bie t£-l)re ^ 
to backbite a p.; j-m ade .Sjoljniing ^ to 
blast a p.'s hopes; j-m ben guten 'Jiamen ^ 
to blacken a p.'s reputation ; jm boS iWort 
.^ to cut a p. short. — 4. 5Ku|lcr .v (oui. 
lintittn) to cut out (paper-)patterns. — 
5. ((atättmen) to delimitate. — II vjit. {I), 
»at rid).»,c/»v/1. (fiifiabbfbtn) to form a strong 
contrast with. — III tl^ n @c. unb 31Ü« 
|(^nf iDiing f @ (»gi. I), gu 1 : cutting (off). 

— 3b 2 siirff.: amputation, abscission. — 
3a 3 fi'/.: (btrGbrt) backbiting, slander. 

Ilb-jd)nribec (^-^) m @a., ,v.tn f @ 
cutter (out). (to cease snowing.\ 

ob-id)nticn (^-") vjimpers. @a. sep.i 

ob-jdinellfn (^»i«) Sja. «pp. I vja. to 
jerk (or flip) off; tinf^fbn: to snap. — 
II vln. (fni to fly off (with a jerk). 

Qb'id)uippf(l)u,.jd)nippcrn,.id)nip)cln\ 

('■'-) V(i. 2i,-A.[i\.) Sep. to chip (or snip) off. 

«b-irfinipperling © ('^■''^^) m ®, m- 
fi^nippifU^-i")« Joa.chip(ping)sp/., snip. 

«b-jdjnitl (^>5) m ® 1. cutting, shred; 
(3'ii«l*fiiil coupon. — 2. Ä: a) (iajeijifi) bill; 
b) (Ila4l4nii'niiime) appoint ; math, segment ; 
ri«fi «unjf : exergue. — 3. (abgeflieiijtet leil) 
8e<tion, portion; eitǤ Sucjti: chapter; bet 
•dAiitte : period. — 4. pros. ciBsura. — 
5. '^ frt. (iirTidionjuna) entrenchment. 

ab-idinitf(i)..... (w... (W...) in sngn, 
I».: ~linit O /"cutting-line; ~f(i)Ein t m 
couftoM ; ^»tlif adv. in sections; /x-jeirf)cn 
n typ. section (i). 

«b-idini^fl (^-'-j n ©a. chip(ping)spZ., 
chred. cuttm'.'. |chip (or snip) ott.| 

abid)Mii',f((in(«'5")y/rt. 2i,c.(d.)s^p. to/ 

ob.|rt)uurtn(«-") I Wa. öj,a. «<>p. l.to 
Bnlac«. — 2. aurg. eine SiJorje ... (abbinben) 
to tie off a wart. — 3. labmeflfn) to measure 
(or niarl.)offby a striri? or line. — UU^ 
n »»c. ant «bidjntinuiß f @ alinement. 

ob-li^nurrtni'J'i>')2i,a.»/-p. I via. l.p 

1-m tt. ^ to get from a p. by begging. 

2. 1 (»Irina I til «ebti : to rattle off. — II vln. 
(fn) r X/> fly off with a whiz. 

ob-i(^öp|tn ("-) via. 6i,a. fiep. l.to 
skim off («liquid); bit sQl)n;Oonber TOitd). 
bit TOildj ^ to creani the milk ; ten sajQuni 



.„ to scum. — 2. fig. ba§ befte gelt Pon et. 
^ to take the cream off a th. la place.» 

3lb-jrt|0B (^>') m ii tax paid on leaving/ 

nb-jrt)rtt9en (■^-^) I via. unb vlrefl. @a. 
Sep. 1. to bevel, to slant off. — 2. Sonb: 
to slope; 0. lid) ~ vlrefi. to slope. — IIUl~ 
n @c unb «b-jd/rägung f @ bevelling, 
slanting; slope. 

ab-id)rnntincn C^^^) ®a. sep. I via. to 
scratch off. — II P vln. (|u): a)(foriIaufcn) 
to slip off ; b) (fictb.n) to die. [scrape off. | 

ob-idirnpcn (•2--) via. igja. Sep. to( 

?lb-)d)rapiel (^-") n @a. scrapings pi. 

ob-jdjraabcn (•''-") «/»• ©&• ««/»• *o 
screw off. to unscrew. 

ab-id)rcd'cn{'^^") I w/a. @a. sep. X.fig. 
to intimidate; j-n Bon et. ~ to deter a p. 
from a th.. Fto frighten a p. off a th.; er 
laijt ficb ni^t leicl)t ^ he is not easily 
discouraged or baffled; jum ^ben Säcifpiel 



bicnenb e.xemplary 



2 



j-m ctiüol .V to 



frighten a p. out of a th, — 3. Ö (abfiitiien) 
Sob.eiien: to chill; ßoc^f.; mit tnltcm SBaffer 
.^ to cool. — II ~b a. %h. deterrent; j-iii 
al§ .^c§ "öeifpiel biencn to serve as a warning 
to a p.; fig. repulsive; Don .^.bem ?iufeercn 
of forbidding appearance. — III *.Jl~ n 
@c. unb 9lb-id)rerfuitg f @ intimidation; 
5UV 9tbid)reiiuiig bienenb exemplary. 

■iUb-idjrecfungö"... ('^■^'^...) in Sffan, a^-: 
~niittel n deterrent; -%/fi)fte'm n system 
of intimidation; «./tljcori'c/' theory on the 
deterrent influence of punishment. 

'Kb-id)rcibC'... ('^-"...) in Sffan, meift: 
copying-..., jS. : ^gfbitljr /", ~8elb n 
copying-fee; ~mttjd)i'ue f copying-press. 

ob-|d)rciOen C^-^) I «/«■ <?^o- sep. 1. to 
copy; (in§ Weinc tcbieibcn) to make a clean 
(or fair) copy of; jut.: to engross. — 2. pon 
j-m .^ (entlcbnen) to plagiarise ; Pon iDlitiiSiilern 
.X, F to crib from ...; (übertragen) ■27 to tran- 
scribe. — 3. ® (abrei^nen) to write off; j-m 
et. .», to credit a p. for a sum. — 4. (obb.ftetten) 
to countermand (in writing); (ai'fagen) to 
revoke (in writing) ; cr l)Qt mir abgejcttiebeu 
he sent me a refusal. — 5. eine (Ji-'ba, e-n 
iBIeiftift.^ to use npapen(cil) with writing; 
fig. fid) (dat.) \a^ bie ginger », ctroa : to be 
for ever scribbling. — II iMo, n @c. unb 
3lb-jd)rcibun9 f @ 0. copy, Qj transcript, 
transcription. — 7. (gntui^iien) plagiarism. 

— 8. # transferring, crediting. 
9lb-td)reiber (■''-") m @a. 1. copyist. — 

2. (entii6nenbet) plagiarist; Schule: cribber. 

9tb-id)reiberei (^■'"■^ u. •»■'"-) f@ I. (ese. 
Waft) copying. — 2. b.s. »on ©Ariftfteaetn: 
plagiarism; ftätttt: literary theft. 

Ob-jd)reicu ('^-•^) via. unb vlrefi,. @o. sep. 
1. to cry (or bawl) out. — 2. ffid) (dat.) 
bic iTel)Ie .N,, \\i) «, to shout o.s. hoarse. 

ob-jd)reiten (-szv.) @q_ ggp^ \ „y^ ^^ 
pace off. — II vln. (jn) to go away. 

ob-jt{)ritfcn vt (-si^j ^ja. ^a. sep. ein 
2:qu .V to pay out a cable; bie SBulinen ... 
to check the bowlines. 

9lb-|dirift('2>')/'@ copy, 03 transcript, 
apogra[ili ; tiner Utfunbe: duplicate; jur. : ge- 
ric6tlicl)beglaubigte.x, legally attested copy; 
jijr gleidjliiuleube .», for copy conform; .„ 
nehmen Pan to take a copy of; burcö cine 
beglaubigte .v bciueifcn to exemplify. 

ab-id)ri(tUd) (*-^") a. (&/b. copied, 10 
transcriptive; adv. in duplicate. 

ab-id)röpfcHC''^") via. (gi,a.sep. j-m?3[nt 
^ to cup a person. 

«b-id)rotc O (*-i") f @ large chisel. 

ob-id)roten («-") via. ig,b. sep. 1. © to 
chisel off; to rough-hew. — 2. SKalj ^ to 
rough-grind ... — 3. Säffcr it. ~ to lower ... 

ab-j(^rubbf(r)n (^'i^) via. •§)a.(d.) sep. 
l.to scrub; vlto hog(the floor of avessel). 

— 2. © join, to rough-plane. 



Qb-f tfjiiltern {•''''^) y/a. ig d. Sep. baa «etoebi 
.X, to take ... from the shoulder. 

ob-id)Uppen (■^•'") @a. sep. I via. gfidje 
jc. : to scale. — II vln. (t).) u. \\<S] ~ vlrefi. 
to peel off. — III 21-^ n @c. unb 2lb" 
ftf)nppung f @ scaling, <27 desquamation. 

ob-td)iirfcn ('^^") I via. $i,a. sep. 1. to 
take the scurf off. — 2. J^ffobien ic. -„to dig 
(out) ... — II «Ib-fdjiirfuiig f @ scurf. 

9lb-)d)UB (^•'') m ^ 1. rush(ing down), 
fall ; («b^ang) declivity. — 2. e-# ®emet|re§ k. : 
discharge, firing. 

ab-jdjiiifig('^^") la. @b. sloping ;ftäriet: 
steep, precipitous; ~. fein to slope (down). 

— Ilacfy. slopingly, precipitously; slope- 
wise, [precipitousness, declivity ."l 

Slb-fc^iiirtgfeit (•2^5^-) f @ steepness,/ 

ob-fd)iitteln (■2^"-') via. @d. sep. to shake 
(or cast) off (a yoke, &c.); Cbit; to shake 
down; er jdjiittdt fid) (dat.) *i]orroiirfe 2C. 
leiiijt ab he soon gets over a scolding.&c. 

ob-fd)ittten (^'^") vja. @h. sep. to pour 
(or throw) out of (a sack, &c.). 

3lb-jd)iittfel (•2^-) n @a,. ftindfall. 

ob-id)itl{cn © ("^'^>^) via. ai,c.sep. LsBaRet 
.X, to shut off ... by a flood-gate. — 2. (ba§ 
Sc^ugbrcttniebcrtaiien) to lower the flood-gate. 

ab-id)n)öd)cn l^-^^) I via. @a. sep. to 
weaken, to enfeeble; fjarOcn .», to tone (or 
soften) down ... ; cine« SluSbrutf .v. to gloss 
over (or to qualify) ... — II fit^ .„ vlrefl. 
to grow weak(er), to lose (in) strength. 

— Ill 9l~ n @c. unb 9tb-iri)lPäd)un9 f @ 
enfeeblenient; qualification; extenuation. 

ab-fd)lpantcn ('^'^^) vln. (fn) iga. sep. to 
stagger (or totter) away. 

ab-ftf)ipänjelu {^•^•^) via. @d. sep. j-m 
ct. ~ to coax a thing out of a person. 

ob-fdjnjartu ('^-") vln. @g. (f. fc^roäven) 
sep. 1. (in) to come off by ulceration, to 
fester off. — 2. (I).) to cease festering. 

ob-fd)lniirmeu('^^") vln. @d. sep.iBienen. 
}u*t : 1. (in) (ft* ablonbetn) to leave in swarms 

— 2. it).) to cease swarming. 
ob-id)inarten (^-'^) via. @b. sep. <spci 

,,, to peel off (the skin of) bacon. 

ob-fdjmörjen (^^") @c. sep. I via. to 
blacken. — II vln. (abfärben) to give off 
the black (colour or dye). 

ob-id)H)n^en fi^^^) via. @c. sep. j-m 
et. ,v to talk (or cajole) a p. out of a th. 

ab-jd)ipeben (-2-^") vln. (fn) @a. sep. to 
move off, away or down(wards). 

ob-fd)ipefeln © ('S-") I via. @d. sep. 
1. (cnti^raefein) to desulphurate; Steiutoijle 
.^.to coke coal. — 2.(f(t)mefein) to impregnate 
with (fumes of) sulphur. — II 1M~ « @c. 
unb 9lb-id)njcf(c)lun9 f @ desulphuration. 

9lb-jd)lüeir (^-) m ® (0. pi.) = ab' 
fd)meijen [V. 

ttb-id)JBeifen (■''-") @a. sep. I via. 1. (au«. 
Ipülen) SÖSäfcfte: to rinse. — II vln. (fn) 2. to 
move away from; fig. to digress; fdjlueijcn 
Sie nid)t abl keep to the subject!, F don't 
ramble! — III ~b p.pr. u. a. f-ib. 3. in 

oaenSebeutungen be« inf. — 4. fig. digressive, 

F rambling. — IV 21/^ « @c. u. Stb-frijroei« 
fung f @ excursion ; fig. digression. 

ob-fdjweifjen © (■'^-^) via. ^c. sep. siicn.,. 

to weld ... I Stcintoiic .X, (giiiben) to Calcine ...\ 

ob-fdimclcn (•^-^j via. <^a,. sep., chm.f 

ob-jdjwclgcn (■s>i") (id) ^ vlrefl. @a> 

Sep to weaken o.s. by debauchery. 

ab-fd)iBeninicu('^>'") vla.<^&.sep. l.ton« 
SSSafler: to carry off; ^olj: to float. — 2. ©■ 
evjejc. : to wash, iQ to elutriate; Sdrbetei: 
to rinse, cleanse. — 3. ijjfevbe .n, to ride ... 
into the horse-pond. Iburn down.l 

ob-fd)WcnDen (•b^^) via. (^h. sep. tof 
ob-jdiiucufcn (■^^Jv.) öj,a. sep. I via. 
1. (abwafdjen) to rinse (off). — 2. öa§ Sßaffcr 
Pom A^ute ~, beu Jgnt .„ to shake (the 



defalni 



I.6.1X): F familidr; PSollMprad)e; F (Sauncrfpratbe; \ feiten; t qH (au* geftorbcn); * neu (au* geboren); A unrichtig; 



t)U Qtiditn, bit Vblbrjiingtn unb bit abgcfoiibtrUn Stmttlungtn (9— #) Pnb oorn n(14il. | ilUIUllll... A P'O. 



water) off one's hat. — II p/«. (fn) u. fl(^ 
^ »/»•<-/!. Wb. ü to wheel off; nod) 6cr Stilt 
^ to wtn;el (or turn) aside; r(cl)l3 ab- 
8t|d)lDtntt! riirht wheel! 

ub-|rf|iuiniiiitn f^") $9b. «^;). I p/a. f-t 
^a(bc €liiiibe ~ to swim one's half hour. 

— II vin. (fn) son Dft'onen : Com fanbt ^ to 
swim off (or away from) the land or y\\i\nr, 
koneadi(n:todrirt(orlli>at)awa.v. — Iliril^ 
^ virrfl. to tiro o.«. with swiinniing. 

Ob-fitiloinbtln ('"'") via. $!.d. «^p. j-m tt. 
^ to swinilli- (or huDibug) a p. out of a tli. 

ob-f(1)n)iiibrn (^^") vIn. (|u) ^&.$ep, to 
dwiniili' (..r wnHte) away. 

Ob-irf)luinntn (*-**') «»a. »<•/>. I i»/a. to 

shake olV; «rimbr; to wilinow. — II fid) .^ 

t'lrffl. fi4 Oom Vhtfce ~ to jump (or leap) 
off (or fr>iiii) ... I to buzz off. I 

ab-frt)IDirrtii («>J") r/n. (fn) si.a. »»■y>.l 
ab-{il)luil)tii (*>*") Cj c. »<•/>. 1 via. 1. O 
•ttbfiri: »tU« ^ to heap ... — 2. (bui* 
Ci$niitrn tntfrrtitn) to sweat off. — 11 fid) .v 

vjfffl. to piTspiro profu.sely. 

ab fd)iuürtii ('-") 9<>»f. »'/'• I *!<*• 1- <■" 
Gib .V to taite an ontli. — 2. l-n (klautfii -v 
to abjure (or rermuiice) ... — 3. (iiHtuann) 
to deny upon oM h ; tin !Bcrbrt'djrn ~, auA 

tOph'ad not guilty (lok I'linrirt-I ; bit l'tl)(IIC<- 
pflidjt r-m titti|4er ^ to forswear oneK alle- 
giance to ... — II pd) ~ V rrfl. Hd) Don 
ft ^ to ( |i ar 0.8. of... by oath. — III ob- 
flflrtiluorrii p p. unb a. bib.. Mb. : abgcfctjlDo- 
rcncr j^tinb sw'.ru foe. — IV ?U, n cwc. 
a. )lb-fd)ludritll0 f 44 find ditcl : swearing ; 
btltviaubtni : roiiunciatiuD ; |ut. : (Vblcugnunj) 
denial lupiiti onth). 

9lb|rt)iiiiin8 l^-^j m ® leap down; Zur 
■etel: swiii^'int,' down. 

»lbfti|trC7(>^>'-)|Il.|/"®wn<A.ab8cissn. 

ab-ftflrln ('-") sul. »rp. I t»/«. (fn) -l 

to 8<'t sail for; balCAiH frgtlt in bin Zagm 
ab ... will sail in ... ; fig. T to pack up one's 
tra|is, Infibrn) to go on one's la.st journey, 

r to kirk the bucket.— II p/a.>Lcln(n1Ra(t 

« (abbirArn) to 8iiriiig(or to carry away) ... 

ob-irl)bnr ('--) a. *ib. within sight; 
nid)t .^ lost Id view ; bal (I'cit irlib in -^rr 3^'' 
fertig nitrbfii ... be linished bolore long. 

ab-jrl)fn ('-") 9"). »rp. 1 via. I. to 
reach with the eye; louitl idj-^laiiii as far 
a.H 1 can seo; bnO (i^nbr Don tt. ^ U> foresee 
the Olid of a tli., bii VlufiQnnQ ifl jcbroci 
abjiifib'K it is diflitult to l»retell the 

upshot of it. — 2. fig. (bfüTTlIcn) to con- 
ceive; (8 ip no(fa gar nidjt ab.iifcljcn, mit bat 
nibtn iriib no one knows how ... — 3. |-ni 
(i. ^ to learn a th by watching a p. — 

4. i-m ttmufl an btii ^iigtn ^ to read a th. 
in a p.'s eyes. — b. icln SIri - to aim at 
atb.; tB ift auf £it abgt|tl;tn thoie's a 
plot against you; bal etbldlai battt tS auj 
iljii (auf Itintn Unttrgang) abgtjcbtu ... bad 
niiirked )iiiii nut ai 111 vit tim, bit (Htlr^tii- 
^cil ^ to pi' k |i>r bill*} one's o|i| oriuiiitv. 

— II >'/>!. lb I <l. I'OII l-n. rl. ^ ti> turn oiiKS 

eyes from ... — 7. fig. Don tl. ^ to take 
no account of a th.; abgcfil tn ron ... (ii 
leaving ... out of the ((uu.stion; abgifcbtlt 
boDin. bnfi ... without counting thai ... - 

5. e<»ui«; Don i-m ^ to crib from ... — 
111 fl/s< u Ovc. U. ubiit 'JU beyond ealru- 
hition. — lU. (viiki) sight; $utt<. dinttrtd 
^^ ha< k sight. - II. (.HlrKiilaim, nun /i.(/. 
iiileiiiioii; fciit *A.v auj tt. (jabcn to have 
a th in v iuw. 

«Iblnbr W (<Hr«> floss-silk. 

nb Ifiltn (^--) Pia. pi ».«<;>. 1. (trai«») 
to (> loan with) sonp. — 2. O (ititdlta) to 
wash (Hit tlui soaji from. 

Qb-lflflftn O (*-'-) I r/rt. nnl »/fi. (b.) 
9ld. »I p. 1. ilH>aC4.i4l ^ to »ink ... ; lUt») 

to pllllllb. 2.WI''.1'7 1.1 rini^li ll...l.lli. 



quation of (metals). — II It«, n ^c. I 
(i')i<(uation (of metals). — V(i. ftigtrn. 

tlbirinrrunga-... C-^-"...) ig sia«. »»• 
/«.fdiniir /'pliinih-linu. |rn filteriiig-i'ag.l 

«b Irilif.... («-^"...1 iB.?fla". 4».: <^.bfulfll 

Ob-ffil)fII (*-") I V a. 51 a lep. Uj filter, 
to strain (off). - II 9I<^ n jitc. mb ftb* 
ftiljung f i<t filtratiun, straining. 

ab-frin ( '- ) r/n. O-Ja. fp. to be off or 
apart; nidjt ntcit bom &)<«( ... to be near 
one's ... ; bit Co«t ift ab ... is broken off. 

tlb-fritf ('-") /^ » 1. (t*«irTlrltrl reverse 

sidelofa coin, <lc.). — 2 O (grBriat'SiAA«) 

[lano {of a roof). — 3. arch. (enuBi^ifi) 

apse-aialo, side aisle. |part of ...| 

ab-ffittn ( •^-") prp. (mii gen.) on the/ 

Ob-jfil« (*-) 1 aiiv. a.sido — II prp 

(mil gi-n.) within a short distance from. 

ab-frnbtn (*>''') I p/n.ted.d. |fnbtnl«'>p. 

1. 6aAra: to forward, send off; W «lirt ». to 
consign ; tiiig : to despatch ; Ottib : to remit ; 
«rieft: to post ... ; ((u CAiHi) to ship ... — 

2. 9ri1e«tn : to Send out; Vfarnbnttt : to de- 
pute; (nit «ufiijaen ) to <'i>nimission. — 
II n~N 3^c u.flb-frnbnng/'«» V consign- 
nieiit, shipment; deputation;conimission. 

«b-frnbtr ('"-) w <u a., .^in f (9 sender. 

It Consignor, shijiper (of guilds) ; «nieritfrn: 

^ 9J (01 warded by N.; ^ bicftl the writer 
of thi'se linos. |off. to scorch.) 

ob-ifiigrn («-S") v'a. fia. »rp. to singe) 
Ob Itlllf n (''•*") 01 a. »rp. I r/(i. I. © ayr. 
Vit\n : to jirovine ; hort. SJbltgtT ^ to set (or 
plant ) layers. — 2. J^ t-n CAj«! ^ to sink ... 

— II firt) .^ virrfl. 3. to slojie, to incline. 

— Ill )U n ^c. unb nbfrnfung f O 
4. hort. layering. — 5. slojie. incline. 

91b-frnfer O («•J«) m ^a. hort. layer, 
sli|i, slioot. I list of absentees.) 

Wbfrnltii'... ("'"...) in 3flan.»»:~l<ft» f) 
abfrntirirn ( "5"-" ) ;i a fid) ~ virefl. to 
absent o s. (ogi. fid) (nl-ftrntn). 

nb-ftt)bar (''^-) a. 9*b. remoTahle, 9 
saloalili!. IHt saloabilityl 

Wb-)fljbQrffit('>'--)/'Ö removability,) 
ab-fr4rn('<^'')si c.trp. I via. l.(a»TMrai 
to|iiisboff; p/rr/f.fidjDcn i-m ^ tositaway 
from a p. — 2 l|ur&ifiantn) i-n mo .^ to set 
a ji. down ; ftl.tn teit mid) beim iMoftboft ab 
l<ut nio down (or drop mi<) near ihu hotel. 

— 3. (cintjiicn) btn «/«ti ^ to take ... oH 
one's li)is or mouth; tim. H- ft(i(t)l obi 
ground arms! — 4. (it. unlrl^It4<Bl to break 
(iff a th.; bit ^(\\t ^ to begin a now line. 

— 5. / (Haciaio ifKitn) to |ilay »har)>ly. — 
O.Zitn.v(tsliEttntn) to Wean ... — 7. |b«ninlti- 
nr(mfn) bir IRfttt ~ to raise ... ; btn iNtiItT ^ 
(abwttftn) to throw the rider. — 8. j-n bom 
'jliiitt.i.. to remove a p. (from bis post); tiit« 
Rlnifl .„ to dethrone ... ; \ tfnts Cth|iii .w to 
cashier... — U. vrite.: Slfinini ^ to with- 
draw ... (from circulation), to call in .„ — 
10. (obi^nribcn) to retrench ; tiu •■■■> bom 
Vubgtt ^ to strike (..r take) ... off the buil- 
get. — II it 'i: artii^ (vtrijutf«) to clear off 
one's stock ; Icidi ab)ui(l,tn maikntable; 
ßtigtn lojitnfidinid)!« liiere is no sale for... 

— 12. (jb'ci.bctn) to deposit; la«: fl(t| « to 

settle; btim «laifn f^dl >. to gite off drip- 
t'iiif. — 13. (atb<»tn) KaiNi ^ to set off ...; 
fid) ^ ml ''/n. (b-l (btiboiitcita) to show off 
well against ... — 14. iyi>. Hasatiiiti « to 
set up ... (in type). — lo. -L rla Vm« Dom 
VdUbt ^ tn |iush off ...: »(■ iiata tabtt« fMli- 
»fu»«^ to put off I . li)... — II r, »«. 

(b-l lll.(>«i ^') to . pbnc abiu|((tn 

without a break, ( »«» »«kIh» I with a 
running pen (It. — fo lumo emrrf'Hlf); 
iNia itinlin) ai a draught. — 17 X t'.n 
&i\na |(^l (fid)) ab a l< do runs off im 
anoiuor direction). — III riimp. d iriTb 

A'^tfl1r it «ill . i>lr.n t.i 1.!.tw« fS ni ; I ^ 



ft. SBf<». • 

»tn luT'ii w- a , .- - 
?1blfr,IMl(i : : - -\ f , 

nur 

■tillgt 1. — 2. «ia« Kki^ w •;. 

drawal : _. .rculatioo). — 3. («urn 
i4iaa)s6dinieiiU — 4./y]».t-49«acU:Mttibg 
up (of I iitting) in type. 

fib fr4ung^...t'''^...)ta8■tMB■:'<'nrtrll 
n sentence of remoT»! c.r -'■- - " - 

ob-lfut|fn («--')rid) ^ ' « • 

to be (Tronning ail] nioaiiing. 

ob-fidifln ( «-- ) r a. :id. #<•/>. to cut 
(off) with a scythe. 

Wb-fid)» («-) / 4i I irtenti'^n; (»jr-n) 
plan, defiign, J" 
object; f-t ^ (TT 

id) bobt bit ^ ibn )u bcfultn i inN-nd 
ealling on him ; tt. mil ^ I ot)n( ~) t|)un t'i 
do a thing (uniinienti>>nal!y; tl lag ni4t 
in mtincT ^, mar nidit mtmt ^ \u ... it «a.« 
not my intention tu, it never entered my 
head to ...; id) t)aUt nid)l bit Itifcft .,. }u 
lommcn I did not dream of cnuiing; .^cn 
out tt. bab^n to hare i th.; 

tr bat. tn out fit he ha «.on) 

her; fd)linimf .tn OtTiti^<>) <^- ^ i'«>>t on 
mischief; in nxhtxr ^'f f^r what purp"««? 

- 2. <i(/ri/ ;n . ouftl.ifb v't.l s^ 

ob-fiditlid) (*''-. au« ^'•') I 
tentioiial;^! 33iltibigiin^d 

— II a(/p. inteutii'iinlly, .. , 
signodly ; bIi 6.«. deliberately ; (c 
gtgangtn he maile a point of k-oi ^ 

«b fid)tlid)ff It (•'»~-, ta« **-- ) f*- 
liberateness, .,, i-i tviti« ' %'; 

0b-t1d|lif)l(»*("-|a.5*l ; -vl. 

«lbfid)t(*)loriflffit («■*—- )f 44 * ant ..f 
an intention in « th. Itri^H- d "" | 

ob-rirftrn («J-) r '■ ■ 1 

Ob-|ifbfn (*--) via 

Ob rirdjtn ('--) p/«. i|n) ;ia. #fp. to 
pine away, cgi. bin-fitdxn. 

obfirbrn («--) I r,a. ^e. »fp. 1. to 
boil (thoroughly). — ä.©Ci**t: to extract 
(or cleanse) by b<iiling. — 11 Sa. n M'. 
pharm, decoction. 

ab-Tingrn [**^) ^a. *ep. I »la. tta a>t* 
to sing off; fttiAt. to . ' ' 1 9*i* 

fangtn i»tt «ubtt ob . . _. - 

II (id) ^ r rrfl. ■ 

Ob finftn ('-^ I •■) to 

sink d"wn. — 11 r,a. y\ to »tuk. 

Ob fintrrn (*J-) t/m. yd. »rp. — ah- 
fidtrii. 

obni)rn('^>')^i «rp Ir/ii.(fR) I.M« 
j-m (ii'til) ^ to sit awsj from a p. — 2. to 
get od (a h'TNol. — II r,a. 3. ' -•■ 
wear out by silting. — 4. H 
to pas.s through a b<^ ' - < q 
jiay off ... lu gaol ; • 
Olio's lime. I ' 

Ob li'hlfn ['■ 



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s .. .0 
to do 

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I 



(ii^) '(•*. »^b. **p. >t a» ta m. 



■bMiiir-*)! 

1. abaolulo; tin 1 

niooarxh. an auto« rat. 

Vtrrt )>«rfc€t vacuiun. - 

ab>i<lute. 
nbielulifmoK — HI 
•bl«tulin(---^l|ll.|* 



I 4. |«N/. ttlali») 
. X(t ft» abautut« 
- 2. C» pJtf*. -« 

IlH^t *> - '>>• 

l> I 

I 

I 



O 'Ji''i||(iijd)iifl; O iviLiiii, X .i iHj.i.ii . »» i...i, 

JdUlih.rSAS'DHh'S, !>Kl TSi II A.V(;/.. H'fl. 
H.i.\lt VM) Scilfl AlstS.iHK. 



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•bU'- 
((jTrtlto . 
oblilmrir: 

irir«»! t« 
• labta . I- 
•Jt" 'illlbf I ! 



l-)-< iU., m « ;ai. 



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P2lbfO... ^IbfiCft...] Substantive Verbs arc only given, if not translated by act (or action) of ... o.- ...tug 



ob-fon6trlirt) (-'S"") n. $ib. I.(«t6cntümii*) 
peculiar. — '2. Kcnlnfar) sinsrular. curious, 
ftirtir : odd, strftiise; Don ^cr OivöBe of ex- 
traordinary size. — 3. nuift <i(/c. (l-efonberS) 
(e)n>ecially. — UUftit f @ (»iii. 1 «nb -) 
pociili.irity; singularity, curiosity. oddity. 

ab-fonbtrn l*-*") :i d. sep. I vja. 1. to 
sei arnte. divide (t)oii ct. from a th.); to de- 
tach; («..-«miJin) to isolate; ^ nbgcicnbcrtcr 
Sruppcntcil detachment. — 2. phi/siol. 
i^aue it. ^ to secreto ... — 3. ph]s. to ab- 
stract. — II firt) ^ tirefl. 4. lo Stparate, 
dissociate from; Ji to dissolve partner- 
ship with; nd) I'Oll brr äV-flt ^ to retili' 

from ... - III «l~ w @c. u. 9lb-ioiibrntiifl 
f ® 5. separation ; isolation. - Q.phi/siul. 
sei-retion ; phis, abstraction. 

Jlb-jonlifninn'*'— l'^'*^"..) in Sf-fetiunstn. 
I cni\ci ..nb-ionöctn". j9. : ~Bcrinüflcii « 
phis, power of abstraction (jJii/sinl. of 
secretion). — II V<i. SäHe: -^^iröK ^ f 
phfisiol. secretory pland; ~3ffä9 w, ~' 
orgo n nOplnj-^iol- excretoryduct.nrpan. 

nbtorbitrbar (--f--) a. <^b. absorbable. 

objurbicrtii (->i-^") (lt.| vja. igja. toab- 
sirb li. M.I); ^0 absorbent. 

ab-iorgcn (^^'') fid) ~ virefl. @a. sep. 
to be greatly troubled witli cares. 

«Ibiorpfioii ("''tt;!")-) \h.\f ® absorp- 
tion (i. M. I); clcftri)d)c ~ electrification. 

«bforption?"... (-^tfeH-...) in sna«. s»-: 
^fäljigfcif f. ~rroft f, ^ocnnögeii « power 
of abs-prptioii, absorptive faculty. 

ab-fpolten ('^■^^) r,'«., vjn. u. fid) ~ f/re/?. 
^b. .<fp. to sjilit off. 

ab-jpojiueii (''-'") 2j a. sep. I I'/a. 1. c-n 

a»eäen ~ tO unbend ...; J" Sailen ~ to 

slacken ... ; Stwt^t: to put to halfcock, 
aaiJi : to halfcock ; tned. to relax. — 2. bic 
$fcrbe »om i-'ogen ^, ben Sl-ngcn ~ to take 
the horses from the carriage; Stim -v to 
unyoke ... — II Qbgejponnt^jJ. u. a. (gb. 
3. 9«;eutunäfn tt§ inf. — 4. weary, fatigued, 
iijittt : exhausted. — III 91,%. n @c. u. 3lb' 
jpaiinnng f% unbending (a. fie/.); relaxa- 
tion; fiff. fatigue, exhaustion. 

ob-ipareii (-=-") vja. ?ia. sep. ftd) (dat.) 
tt. ^, fiincni 5Jiunbe ct. ^ to stint o.s. (or to 
go short) of a thing. [to walk away.\ 

ot-fpojitreii ('^'^-^) vjn. (fn) Si a. sep.f 

ob-ipciicn (*-") @,c. sep. I vja. 1. j-n 
mit et. ^ to feed a p. on a th. — 2. fu/. (a6. 
ftitigen) mil leeren IC-orten .>, to put otf with 
fair words. — Hf//i. (^.) to finish dining. 

ab-jpenfiig {^■^^j \ ob-jpannen 1 a. (g b. j-ii 
^ macten to estrange a p. from; Sienfiboten 
i:. .V madicn to unsettle ...; einer £Qd)c -. 
tDcrJeii to de-ert a cause, abs. a. Tto rat. 

«b-iptrr=...(«''...)in3flan,is.:~tlnppc/', 
/^Dtiiti 1 © w check-valve; ~)l)ttt m A ii 
b:ock-s\st(,m. — gjai. au4 ?lb-jpcniina5=... 

Qb-fpfrrm (^'i'^) 2i.a. «e/j. Ivfa. l.eine 
€lia|f ^ to block ...; (aimiien) to shut off; 
( aS'oi tfTn) to confine. — 2. (hemmen) to Stop. 

— 3. © ttn lanjf ^ to cut (or turn I off ... 

- U virefl. 4. fiff. fi(^ toon bcr 23e(t ^ 
to seclude o.s. from everybody. — IIIÜl,x< 
n %c. anb «b-jpemiTig /^ @ 5. (solitary) 

'"■'■ :t;stopiage; seclusion.— 0.Ä 

! :. (of tiadel. — Sgi. ou* iperrcu. 

iipivfrruuga.... («-5-...) i„ 3(..ie5unatn, 
I», /^.iijfltni n . ai system of solitary con- 
f !') ft nrohibitive system. 

'hi I «-'-I I f/a. unb »/>•(-/?. ffi d. 

"'■ct (a. /fry.). -1191^ 

' ; • ...itlunQ f ^ reflection. 

oHliitifU (■:■:-) 3ia. «e;j. I p/a. 1. J" 

»in t'ieö flui tti Crgei .». to play an air on ...; 

torn Vlaitt ^ to I lay off at (first) siglit. 
.. 2 ,- ■ ■ ■ - 



tra) to play to the end. — S. (a*, 
arout by plaving. — 4.SiaaTb: 
Don let So' >• »'■ fi.-iv,. ^ jjjjj] 



from ... — II vjn. (f).) to leave oflF playing. 

— Ill fld) .V, virefl. to be enacted; ton 
Sinfltn: fi* gut .^ to go off well; thea., Ac. : 
bie Scene fpielt jid) ob in ... is laid in ... 

nb-ipitmrn C»^") vja. ^b. sep. to spin 
off; bie SBoUe ooni Dtocfen ~ to empty the 
distatf ; /i.v. TOardjcn ^ to spin yarns. 

ab-lpiljen (*>'") c/a. @c. sep. \.\ to 
break the puint of. — 2. ( IH? madjen) to 
point, sharpen; cine 64reibfebtr -,. to nib ... 

— 3. flii. e§ nuf ct. .. to be bent, on a th. 
ab-ipittteni ('2*'^) @d. s'p. I vja. to 

splinter (or split) off. - II vjn. (\n) to 
come (or split) off in splinters. 

9lb-|prad)? ( •^-- ) / @ (verbal ) Mgrec- 
ment or arrangement. — aißi 9lb rcte 1. 

nb-!prcd)eu('''^^l^d.s^^. \vla. l. (an<. 
jii-jlired)enl j-m et. ^ to dispute a p. a th.; 
j-ni bQ§ I'cbcn ,.., to pass a death-sentence 
upon a p.; ».Hrjten: to give over (a patient) ; 
iut. : i-ni ct. ~ to dispossess a p. of a t.h. (by 
judicial decree) ; feine ©abe ((ifct fid) nirtjt ~ ... 
cannot be questioned. — 2. (bef^Jtiift.n) to 
talk over. — 3. (bevabrcb^n) to agrue upon. 

— II c/n.d^.) 4. (urteilen) übcv ct. ~. to pro- 
nounce upon a th.; meift h.s. to dogmatise 
about a th. — 5. to cease speaking. — 
\\\ ~t p.pr. unb a. (gb. meift: dogmatic, 
overbearing; torn e^arofter k. : arrogant. 

9lb-fprci^er ('''^") m @a., ~tH f @ 
dogmatiser, harsh (or peremptory) critic. 

3lb-f))rcd)cret (•i^^-^^u. ■2^--) f @ hasty 
judgment; dogmatic tone. Ifpredjenb.l 

ob-fpred)frifd) (■s^i^^) a. (gb. = nb=i 

nb-fprengcn ('''^") @ a. sep. I vja. 1. to 
blast off, to blow off (by an explosion). 

— 2. X trugen ~ to cut off ... (from the 
main body). — 3. stumen ~ to sprinkle ... 
(with water). — II vjn. (fn) to gallop off. 

ab-fpringen ('^''") <l»a. sep. I vjn. (fn) 
1. bom spfetbc ic. ~ to jump (or leap) off (or 
from)... — 2. (m abiüfcn) to crack (or burst, 
snap) off; s. Jjarbe a. to peel (or come) off; 
B eial a. to fly. — 3. (abtJvaUen) to glance 
off. — 4. flg. Bon e-r iPattei ^ to dissociate O.s. 
from ... ; bon einem ©cgcnftanbe -^ to fly off 
from a subject; fpringcn <Sic nid)t ab! keep 
to the point ! ; F bom Slbonnemcnt ,v to drop 
one's ... — II fid) .... vjrefl. to tire o.s. 
with jumping. — III 9l~ n @c. flg. pI5ti= 
(id)C§ ?f.v Don einem ©eacnftanbe digression ... 

ob-fpri^cn ('^'^^) ^c. sep. I vjn. (fn) 
to spirt (or spurt) off or back. — II vju. 
to cleanse with a hose or s\ringe. 

9lb-fpioB (•2^) „, (g-, 9lb-fpröfjliiig (■s^v) 
in ® offspring. (descend from.f 

ob-fproficn ('^''") vjn. (fn) ig.c. sep. to) 
9lb-fpning (■"^j m ® 1. leaping off or 
down;glancingoff';bom?>ofenic. : ?lbfpriinge 
( Dueiiptunfle ) modjcu to double. — 2. (OJb. 
fc^weifung) digression. •— 3. (untciicl)ieb) con- 
trast. Iloiiitcl ni angle of reflection.) 
9lb-fpruiigg=... (^^...) in Sffan, ss.: ~'/ 
Qb-fpiilen (■2-^-) vja. @a. sep. l.wmt- 
to rinse; ©Düffeln: to wash up. — 2. © 

Stibe ic: tO wash. — 3. (wegteiOeii) to wash 

away. [winder, spooler.) 

9lb-fpiiler © (•s-f^) m @a., ~in f @j 

ob-fpiircit (^-^) vja. (iia.sep., hunt, bie 

gäljrtcn bei SDCiibeS ^ to search for tracks. 

Qb-ftonnnen {■'^■i^) vjn. (fn) ^a. sep. 

1. to descend from ,..; ^'b Qii§ ... native 

of ... — 2. gr. to be derived from. 

91b-ftaniniuiig (^'^") f @ I. descent, 
extraction; oon »ornc[)nier ^ of- noble 
origin or birth. — 2. gr. derivation, ety- 
mology. I stamp (or pound) thoroughly.) 
ob-ftampfcii ( ^^- ) vja. (^i a. .^ep. to/ 
9tb-|fQnu («'S)»/! ® 1. distance from, 
interval between; arch, space between; 
gröfeter (fleiufter) ^ eines fpiancien uon bev 
©oiine : O aphelion (perihelion).— 2. (Unter. 



f(S;eb) disparity — 3. (iUev»i4tieifiuna) remni- 
ciation; ^ ncl)incn ton etiimö to desist from 
a th. -■ 4 (Stbtrctuna) cession. 

Slbftoiibcr ("^^") /M @a. for. dead tree. 

nb-ftdnbig {^•^•^\ a. &ib. decayed, 
deteriorated; ® bon SBaten: ^ lucvbcil to 
spoil (through lying by). 

aibftniibe»...!*'*...) inSifan jS.- ~GfJÖ "■ 
a)(enH(liäbi8una(com)M.nsat.ioii.hiishnioiifty; 

b) (iKcutauf) foifeit; /x/pliuft m ast. c-§ fpu- 
neten- 57 apsis; ~funtme/'= ^gelb; /^tyinfel 
m angle of elongation. 

nb-ftnpelii )*->-) 6i,d. sip. I vja. {ant. 
nuf-ftapelii) torakeidownjfromastack. — 
II vjn. (fn) vl ben edjiffcn to be launched. 

nb-1tattenc^'^-^)I?Va.@b.««'j9. to render; 
i-m einm SBefucft ^ to pay ... to a p.; j-m 
fernen ©liidiuunfrf) ^ to offer one's con- 
gratulations to a p. — II 9l~ n (@c. unb 
9lb-ltanuiifl f @ "ä^ eineä a3efud)c§ visit. 

nb-ftoubeil (•2-^) i?\,a,.sep. I vja.to dust 
oft'. — II vjn. to fly off as dust, [duster.l 

9Jb-ftäubfr ("■-") m @a. dust-brush,/ 

nb-ftnupcii('''-")t'/a.i|i,a.se/). to scourge. 

9tb-fted)'... © ('^'^...) in 3f..feftunGen, jS. : 
-^./Cifen n hort. edging-tool ; ~pflug m agr. 
paring-plough. — aüßt. oui^ ?lb-ftüB-... 

ob-ftcd)eH (•K'i^) (jgd. sep. I vja. 1. to 
prick off. — 2. Wafcn ^ to edge off (the lawn), 
to cut (sods). — 3. (abarenjcn) ciu linger ~ to 
trace out a camp (bgi. ob-ftccten 2). — 4. e-n 
flar.ol ^ to cut ...; c-n Sei* ~ to drain ... ; SOBein ~ 
to tap ... — 5. ein S^toein ~ to stick ... — 
G. j-n im Siirnier (bom ipfctbe) ~ to bring 
down a p.; flg. j-n -^ (beriegen) to cut out 
a p. ; ^^ einem Schiffe bCU äl'iub .v to gain the 
weather-side of ... — 7. Sfiel: to over- 
trump.— 8.(na(ibiiben)ein5)iufter.^toprick 
(out) a ([iaper-)pattern. — II vjn. (\).) 
9. gegen (mit, uon) et. ^ to contrast with; 
flg.: to show off against ...; fie flirf)t feljr 
Don ifircr St^wcfier ab, oft: she is totally un- 
like ... — 10. vt pPiu I'nnbe -v, to push off. 

9lb-ftcd)er (-^-i^) ,« @a. excursion; einen 
^ nnd) qsaris iiiad)cn to take a trip to ... 

9lb-ftecf=... (^•!'...) in Silan. I meift: tra- 
cing-..., marking-..., js. : ~Icilie f, ~f(^iiur 
fsitz-y. tracing-cord, marking-line ;~pfa^l 
I», /^pflotf in surv. tracing-picket. — 

II aSjb. gaUe : ~Itnie f ju einem ©cbäubc ic. : 
traced line; ~ftob in, ,>.-|tniigc /"staff (or 
rod) used in surveying. 

ob-ftctfen (•».iv^j vja, (ga. sep. 1. to 
unpin ; bag ?>aar ^ to undo ... — 2. bctmcffenb : 
to mark out; mit ißiä^Ien: to stake out; e-e 
Safiniinie jc. : to trace (out). Iftcd'...) 

Slb-ftcd'nngS«... (^-i-...) in 3iifln = 'W 
nb-)'tcl)fii ('^-") (|«t. Sep. I vjn. (fn) 
1. to stand off from. — 2. hunt, (fottae^en) to 
leave (one's jiosition). — 3. (enifagen) Oon e». 
~u to desist from ...; Pon f-n goröerungen -.. 
to forego one's claims. — 4. (abftctben) to 
perish; abgcftanbcnev f^fifci) dead fish. — 
5. (fdjal werben) to get stale; bet fficin iff nb= 
gcftnnbcn ... is flat; abgeflanbentS aBafjer 
water which has stood for some time, in 
Seiten: Stagnant water. — II oja. 6. cine 
Stunbe ^ to Stand for ...; vjrefl. fii^ (ace.) 
-^, fid) (dat.) bie Seine ^ to get tired witli 
standing — 7. (obtreten) to abandon. — 

III <%.<b p.pr. unb a. gb. distant; glcid) 
meit Jo equidistant; .^be Ct)ren projecting 
cars; ^spreading.— IV ob-geftoiibcn /;./». 
unb a. gb. (ant. fvijd)) (uerbotbcn) stale; flg. 
worn; bai. 4 unb 5 unb nb-ftnnöig. — V 9l~ 
n ®c. distance from; desistence from; 
staleness. — «gt. oud) 9lb-ftanb. 

ab-ftel)lcu ('^-^) vja. (jod. sep. j-in et. ~ 
torobap. of ath.; cv^at mir'§ obgeftotjlen 
he has stolen it from nie ; F flg. beut lieben 
^jerrgott bie ^tit (au6t -. bie Sage) ... to idle 
away (or waste) one's time or days. 



blgnü 



>p«gei;-. 



.ar; Pfulgar; Tflash; \rare; tobsolete (died); ' new word (born) ;/+ incorrect; C7 scientific; 



TheSigiis, AbbroTiation8anddetOI>8.(i^— 9)areeiplaiiie(lattheLc|finnin(rortliiiii k [ ilDjiCt... ^•!IIMC...] 



ob-flfifent*-«)»/«. Jla.#«7). l.iM(4c« 
to starch ... — 2. O iRautrn .V to shore 
up ...; J? to timber, t« prop. 

«b-fttiflf.... ('--...) in;sf1an. l». : ,x,^flU8 w 

— .vfliinrticr; ~pl()t) tti iilacc fc^r aliclitintf 
or di-iiioiiiitJii^; />.quortirr n Iplaco of) 
accoinmodaiioii; [tin ^qit. bti jni ncljmcii 
t>> tiiki; ii|< 'iijc's (|iiiirtbrs at a ji.'s honso; 
'v)inimrr ü m waitiri(c-rooni. 

abftriflrii (*-") vjn. (fii) ö^o. »cp. t<j 
coiiiu iJowii from; ton !Pf«b( k. .^ to ali^rht 
from ... ; bf i {JrtiinPtn ^ to stay with friends; 
im Wiiftl)ofc .„ to put up at a hotel. 

obftfllbor (*-*-) a. 6*b. remediable. 

ab ftrllrn («-i-) I r/o. sin. nep. 1. to 
place at ii distance from. — 2. © ft WafAine 
^ to stop (or Ulife'i-ar) ... ; Oetnivmlift : ob- 
fltftfllt <li.s(()niiecto<l. — 8. — ob-|ct)QJftn I. 

— II <l~ n ^<-. unb WbftfllllUft /■ »1» - 

ol) fclmficn II. |. hisel ofT.l 

nbllrmiiirii O {'^^) vja. Si.a. 8fp. to) 

8al)tl*emc ^ to check ofT ..., (lotfifn) to clip, 
nb'ftrpprii C-^") via. st a. mji. to quilt, 
ob-ftrrbtn ('■'-) I p/n. (fii) ^d. arp. 

1. to die off; (etflotnn) to get numb or 
toqiid; (fcranbig »eibrn) to mortify; (bin 
wfitrn) to wither, to decay. — 2. ft;/, einer 
«Qd:t obflcflPtbcn jcin to bo iiidifforeni 
(flüiftt: to lieileii(l) toath. — II W/k, n O'jc. 
du.ith; numbness; mortification; decay. 

Ob flriltni (^-") i'ld. »rp. I rja. 4/ tin 
«<.ci iHin Uicr .v to steer ... off the shore. 

— II i'/m. (t). u. fill to hteer away from ... 
'.tlb-ftirt) I*-*) »I (^ 1. (Hbbiibunj) pricked 

(<iff) pattern or drawinir. — 2. («biapifni 
tapping, drawing; off; O nietall. running 
oil'. — U, (ftfflfnloti) set-off against. 

abftirfrii ('•*") r/u. $ia. eep. to cojiy 
<"r work) ill embroidery. 

nb-flirbfti ['^-^) t/w. (|n) ^»f. unb nsn. 
Iiiiiit. irm SfDftwilb: to tly off or away. 

'Jlb-ftitfl ("-J »/I > descent; t. Vliitflicfl. 

nb (Inn mm ('"'") iu.«'p. 1 1-/«. l.to 
lower the pitch of (an instrument). — 

2. Iflimntn) to tunc.— II vln.[\).\ p<trl.,tir. 
to (give one's) vote; übtr ft. .,. lofjcn to 
put (a proposal) to thu vuto; (buiit 2ciiung 
kft t^niiir') to divide thu house (on a motion). 

— Ill 4U >i dvc. unb <Nb-ftiiiiniiinfl f d» 
vote; nil)i- nic 9Uunfl Imllot; biird) VUnufl 
t)cfdilicficniovote;//a/7. MannntlidjcVUiinQ 
division; (ur ^Unnfll vote!, divide! 

?lb-fliiniiiniiflc.... (*''"...) tn ailan. \9.: 

^\t\U\ III Miiing-papor. loff.) 

nbflürtifrn (*''-) vja. t\ d. •.;>. to pick] 

ab Itodrii (*"*-) <•/«. si a. »rp. innatiuicncu 

.V to put ... in a set nrato liivo. 

abfloliirrrii (««-") r/»i. (In) «fa. »rp. to 
strut oil. |,in ((ftb ^ to glunti ...| 

nb ftoiipfdi C«*-) i>/n. ;i(|. »,/,„ «7»-./ 
'.•I h (toll («-) m 91 - ob-nübtu V. " 
Vlb-ftoip... © ('-...) In Sflan. »». : .N^baillll 
fii oi.iirtrt; Ileum; .s.nir|lrr n parinK-kniio; 
^ inniir / bur-cutter ; .«.jrirtirn i m »tnccato. 
lib (lufjfii I*-") 0"p- «'/'• i •'/«• 1- '" 
knock (ur thrust) off; tiiicn 'Jlnddt bom 
Vniibc .^ to push a boat off the »lioro. — 
2. Dk litten i>pn (t. ^ tu tnko (or ^>lane) the 
•dges off a th.; fid) [dal.) bit \>nut ^ to 
irra/e one's skin; ftttibrt ... to wi<nr(or fray) 
out ... at the edges; bi( ÜJItIctjAbnc .v to 
dhud onu's (lirst) tteth; /?</.; i-ni bo* i}u\ 
^ to urieve a p. to the heart ; firt) (rfn/.) 
hu V^'riirr ^ (ablfiulml to sow one's wild 
(Cits. 8, d nil« «cii . to play sharply; ob« 
Qcfloitrii staccato. — 4. © airh. \h AnPt .^ 
to Si rape Walls; carp, to rough-plane, 
ftni Vtritlanlr ^ to rlianifer ... ; •uNitl: 
Its Qin .« to tako the grain off...; •ifin. 
laufiil: to hew. — 5. («««nrtfs) to push 
away; •lOttk: t\w* VaO .v to get ... away 



from the cushion. — 6. f<a ffait ^ to wean ... I 

— 7. fiff. [ant. on liff)fn) to repel (« phyH.). 

— II vin. (jnj H. d, oom I'onbt ^ to pu'ih 
off the shore.— Ill fl(^ .^ vlnfl. 0. (ob- 
nuijfn) to get worn out at the edges. — 
IV <.,b p-pr. unb a. 6*b. 10. B'tminntn 
bti inf. — II. /i'/. (»ßnit* ic.) repulsive; ' 
gruff(ly) ; bQ5 9l.^be, ^td ai'tjcn repulsive- 
ness. — V ?!.%,« {Wc. 12. aQgnnrm; knocking 

off. — 18. a' staccato. — 14. © Ifwinif, Ac. 
«b flobunfl {'-") f% 1. - ob flofecn V. 

— 2. phij.f. repulsion. 

«b flofjunfl».... («--...) In 81 .fnandfn. |S. 
~fralt /'/(A I/», repulsive power, repellence; 
'^\tlA)t\\ a n staccato-dot or -dash. 

ab ftraftn (*•'") I vja. im. »rp. to 
(lUiiish (or correct) in a [iroper manner. — 
II 'iL^n (»c. unb^lb-ftrajlMifl^^^ punish- 
in nt, correct ion ; lsii(ttiguna)chasti.sement. 

abftra^irrrn (---") [It.j r/o. ae.. to 
iibstract ; tji. ob-|f()tn 7. 

ob-ftraf)ltn {'-^) sia. »rp. (. toibft« 
ftrnljKn) I vja. to retlect (brightly). — 
II !•/«. (in) to be reflected. — III H~ n 
.1VC. u. 9lb-ftral)liinfl/'0 reflection, lustre. 

abflraf t ("«^ 1 1 It. | I o. $» b. (««/. fonfrt't) 
ibstract; obPrallc illMfitnidjaittn abstract 
■sciences; {'«mtx «rgifinbiiA) abstruse. — 

II ndrij in the abstract. 
Wbflroftiono«... ("-tv,(")"...) inSfa".»».: 

~fat)iflftit f, ».Drrmbgrn n abstractive 
taciiliy. lidea; t/r. abstract noun.) 

«bftraftum ("«'«') lit.] n M abstract) 

«b-ftrfbf.... («-«...) In sua". »»•: ~rrnft 
f centrifijjrnl force. 

ab-ftrrbrii ( '-'^j p/w. ((>.) fti a. »rp. eon 
clinaS ^ to tend (to get or fly) away from. 

«b-ftrf irt).... © {'-...) in Sflan. »*. . ~ti|f n 
n scraper; /vinrfjrr n: a) ftaiiunbiuittiri : 
lint-doctor; bl lijp. tin« IDaH«ntni(Jma!4tnt: 
raspatiiry: /^^rirnirit tn razor-strop. 

ab-[trri(f)rn ('-^) ^n. »t-p. I r/o. I. to 
wipe off; firti {dat.) bit CUubt .„ to scrape 
one's ...— 2. K «cm, b»n€4fflti ^ to strike ...; 
vgl. 91b (Iridj-mofe. — 8. © «nbtrH: SrOt .V 
to scrape ...; ttttkrttl : bit Unmnijftiltn .^ to 
scum (the molten metal). — 4. hunt, kai 
,^fib ^ to boat ... (for game). — II r'n. 
I ill) 5. »an ntgtin : to fly away. — U. »en 
.'(iiitfn: to flnish Spawning. — III ILv » 
yfi-. © Virioltftrtrl : drossing. 

ab-ftrrifbar (*--) «. ^b. capable of 
being strijiped. 

nb-flrri|rii ('-'^) i\a.»rp. I r/o. 1. to 

striji off; f-n t>at<n, flat ■(.: to skin...; KtitC: 
tin Si» .V to flay ... — 2. fanbi^ut« it. : to 
tako off... ;r-nJI«(t^ toslipoff...; r-i C4laa«t 
ftnitl bit V(>ut ab ... cast« it« slough. — 
■i. fiij. Cl. -^ to divest o.s. of a th.; rin(««> 
ircbnM .^ to lay aside ... — II r, «. (in) to 

deviate; it. »r'Act'tnl to glsilco off, 

ab-|trritrii ( '-' 1 < n ;• 11. »rp. 1. j-m 
(t. -w to get a th. from a p. by 1 ' 

— 2. (flbliugntn) to dispute a p. .1 

till !N((tt -, to contest a p.'s rikht, n«t 
Cituib ^ to denv ...; i(t) Infjc cl mit n.CLt ^ 

I am i|uite p' '>iit it. 

flb-firidii I. m^oi) dc.hiction. 

— 2. © IC4I ■ Mi. 
tlb-ftri(1)-... , •> ^ina% n 

latdiiAtnt« Wak) strike : -..otrn © 

III niilitll. 1Ü1 T .... 
ab-flri(frit t ■ 

^ to knit off ... — II I II. ib I to liuUli 
kiiittinK'. |to rut' ili'wp. to .orry } 

Ob iirifflrhii" ' 

Ob Itrumrii i " I 

flow off i«pidlT;>l-to I 

current ;/i</. »(n timi IX.. .. . ,- 

II (11. lilitlani ^ t« carry off ... 
ob-flu(lr|l)n {*■'") I •i.'>ia.(d.)««'j>.u» 

ltd) «. I'/rr/t. to cninible off. 



•Klii»ifrrn(«-'-ifiili^' r •■ -». 

1^1-' ■ 

*'/>. 1 .' . /<y. 

to ^.'r.-i'i 

fib fill t f 4^ 1. la s*i*tB gra- 

datin-, -«) «bade. — 2. a«imi: 

^ ' I i!i4i(S toning down ... 

QL :...»... J r/a. 3ia. •'■/I. (inni^iil 
^ to slouch ('T l*?ti down a bat. 

ab-f)umpfrn ('^») Ir/o. aabr'.-" - - 

«17». 1. to blunt off; gtom. ab 
flfgtl truncated cone. — 2. fid) 
blunt. — 8. fig. Hi eimt k ■ I« : 
dull, deailen, gegen oD<t 
to be indifferent ti.eTi-rytt 
Eaarra ^ Vi n- iitralise ... — II .'I 

unb Hb-pumpfung /■ i« O tl:- • 
truncation (uf a 
deadness; ehm. t 

ab-f)iirmfn {**^) vin. (|n) M». »rp. 
Ibabsn.riltnl to nish (or hurry) off. 

fib-fluri ('*) m A 1. ISaOra) headl<>n.r 
fall, F cropper. — 2. |«bt«a|) steep Inrpn« 

ob-flürjfH ("-l i\c»rp. I r/o. I '. 
hurl down I headlong). — 2. (in«n*r*) jilt 
\dat.) btn yal* .. to fall and l»re«k one'» 
neck. — 11 c/M. ' fall beadling. 

— 4. to form n •■! i<». 
ab flul{rn ' 

•ff; t;ntm \\ . . 

horsci's tail); Bii«ti ^ to clip ...; o««t ~ 
to crop ... — 2. hofl. Viar« ... t.. t, 1. 

— 8. aieh. obgtPuljt« Sflule • 
'•oliinin. liiw I . I 

ab ftüljrn l'-*^) r/o. $ic. »«p. — ot>-| 
ab|ud)tn ('--) I r/o. : It. 

^••ari h for and takeoff; c-ni , .rcti 

^ to pi" I. Mirsoffa" j-s- 

'libftn) t . for ... in . i: . 

c t ftcgmb wii) j-m ^ to scour :;,• ..i.-: . 
in search of a p.; /lM"^ finj^ib ^ •■■ i ■ •• 
II 'M/^. II W''. u.tlb iurtjung f ♦* -e .1 

«HubCJi"-),II.iiii 3- < A <• 

oblurb ("<i) 111. I a 
jiostorous; ad almuin 
the absurdity of. | 

fibiurbilot (--- 1 u 1 

ab-iuBrni''-'-i' 1 ;i ■ .< .. 
linto), to sw. et. 11 . 

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Sll^cUniUtC JrlJiTTu! ■ 

abtatrlii I*- • 

tluish dliiiil^', to 

oHofrlnl»-' I 
ab-torrliiv^ 

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t«U«c) to partition off ; # iBarcn ^ to parcel 
irooiis. — 2. l>ic .örtcue ~ to part one's hair ; 
in Öirabe ^ to graduate; in jRlaiicn ^ to 
classify. — II «U >i #c. = ^Ibtcilung 1. 

Qbtrilidi r-") a. eJb. abl'atial. 

«b-tf ilunfl ("") f@ I. division ; por- 
tioning off; Ü u.SBatfii : parcelling, lotting 
(out); iBÄiafltu: classifii-ation. — 2. a.)[m- 
I4*iit) siiction; (i«ffn!(Jiaftii4) class; (Spalte) 
column; ü, vt unb ediule : division, tin« »e 
IJrt«: de|iartnient ; (ton itujptn. Siiiiffen) de- 
Uchnient; bl im SBaaen ic: couipartmeut; 
iSti) partition. 

Slb-trilung*.... (*-"...) in Stia". J®- ; ~^)ff 
»I, ^oorftrljcr m f- r 9tiöttt superintendent 
(or head) of a division or a department; 
departmental ohief; -x.lintf rrid)t m mutual 
instrmti.>n; ~jcid)fii « hyphen (-). 

ab-tflf9rapt)ifrtn("-"''i-")'/a.Sia.scp. 
to count« ruiatid by wire or telegraph. 

ob-tfUfni ^ (^-") via. ö-a. sep. to 
de«i'en. to bore; einm eitaiit ~- to sink ... 

ab-tl)un ('-) via. ©b. Sep. 1. (abnttiinen) 
to take off (a coat, *c.1; bic A^anb Doti j-in 
.» to cast a p. off. — 2. (töten) to kill, Sie«: 
to slaughter; tin« iKüirtöJl«: to execute; 
fi<j. Ben 6a4fn: to knock to pieces. — 3. (ab. 
Mafftn) to abolish; eint eenot>ni|(tt: to leave 
off; einen «ftrju«: to do away with. — 4. (if 
raten) to finish ; (fdinea unb flficttifl) to scamp| ; 
Ufitiiis) to arrange; eine lyroge. e-n Streit 
^ to settle a question, a dispute; et. furj, 
fleid)ii'inb ~ to make short work of a th.; 
tümit i(l"s nod) nid)t nbgotlian it won't rest 
there; e§ ijl mit jiuei Söorteu abget^Qii the 
matter litrs in a nutshell. 

Qb-tif|tn © (^-") via. fia. sep. to 
hollow out. [Sdiuib ^ to clear off ...1 

ob-tilgcn ® [Si^] via. @a. sep. eine/ 

äbtiiTin (-^M f ® abbess. 

obtlid) ("*") n. ^b. abbatial. 

ab-tourn (*-") vja. 2). a. sep., paint, to 
tone down, to shade off. 

ab-toteii (^-") I via. 23b. sep. nui no* 
(iff. to mortify (the flesh); bai osefiifii ,v to 
di-aden ...; bie geiben'ijaft ^ to subdue ... — 
II H^ n ^c. unb mb-tbtuug f i® *jb. rel. 
tU'irtification (of the flesh). 

«b-trob X \ ( «-i unb ^-^ ) w ® (0. pi ) 
(i avalry-l' etachment. [trot off.\ 

abtraben 1 *-" ) o/n. (fn) @a. sep. to/ 

Slb-trofl (««^ u. ^-) m ^ 1. carrying off, 

tiiui lerrjinl: levelling, cutting. — 2. »on 
krrZa'cl: clearing (of the table). — 3. (ent. 
•AibiäBna) compensation ; j-m ~ t^un : a) to 
indenuiify a p., b) to injure a p. 

ab-tragrn (*-") 6or. sep. I vja. 1. to 
carry oB or away; bic (2d)ü}icln con bei) 
Xajtl .„ to clear the talile, to take away. 

— 2. e-B San .^ to pull down ... ; e-e getlung ^ 
to raze ... (to the ground); einen iiügel ~ to 
level ...;e-tSiaueT um jtrci^uB^ to lower... 
by two ffcet ; e-e »tniie .v to break down ... — 
1. labjeitnrnl to transfer (lines or figures). 

— 4. (ab^Uen) to clear off; ^«poiftefen: to 
wip« off. — a. (abnu?en) to wear out. — 
II fil^ ^ virefl. «. con Bäumen: to get ex- 
hau.it>;'J (hy b^aringl. — 7. (ob-ienuet oeiben) 
to hf'.oui.; thrcadliare. — IIISl~« ,tjc. 
u* tib-traguno f Ö carrying off; pulling 
down; («b,abiungl lii|uidation. 

ob-tranniflnP(*'i")p,a.22,d.«e/).to knock 
(or wean out by (constant) trampdiing. 

ttb-tronffin («H 2i,d., ab-traujeii (*-") 
«1 a. nep Djn. (t).) to drip lor trickle) down. 

«b-trtibf.... ( «.i"... ) in 3fian. I mtiil : 
refining-..., cupelling-..., |*i. ^^erb m, 
'«^frn m r'ifiniiig-hearth, cupeliing-fur- 
tJ»' •;. — Ileio. 5dUe;~^Utte/'(re;linery ; 
~inril)(r m (ma^jter) refiner. 

ab-lrfibfu («--j 300. »ep. I via. 1. to 
dnve off. — 2. »»■ »ut« k. .v to turn off. 



— 3. for. (flt^oijen) to thin (the wood). — 
4. path, to expel (from the body), to 
purge off (worms, &c.). — 5. agt: ein gflb 
mit bcr A;cvbe ^, eine äßcibe ^ to graze 
cattle on'i-astuieland. — 6. (abmatten) to 
overwork ; («itiiLitet) F to drive; obflctricbcn 
iaded, spent. — 7. O mefall, to (re)fine 
(by cupellation). — 8. 5< Oiefteiu .«, to 
knock off rocks; c-e (Sattene .^ to drive ... — 
II rln. (in) 9. vl/ to drift off (to leewardl. 

— Ill /vb p-p>'. unb a. (gb. 10. SPebeutungen 
beS inf. — 11. med. abortive. — IV '.M~ n 
@c. unb 9tb-trctbunfl f % ejection; med. 
expulsion; © refining, cupellation; ^^ 
drifting. | metals). ^ 

9lb-tretber © f-^-") m @a. refiner (ofj 
ob-trciinbar (•"'*-) a. ^b. separable. 
ab-trciuien ('^''") li>la.@&.sep. Lstn- 

fitnättf^: to unstitch, (abreiicn) to rip off. — 
2. au* virefl. (ficfj) ^ to separate or sever 
(O.s.) Irora. — II 3U /I @C. unb ülb-tfeil' 
itiilig f @ severance (rem; secession from. 

Stb-tret.... (^•^...) |. ?lb-trctung§.... 

ob-trctbov (•'*--) a. (^b. transferable, 
audi cedable , 31/x.fcil f @ transferability. 

nb-treteii (*-") ^1. sep. I via. 1. j-m 
ba§ .ftlcib ^ to tread on a p.'s dress. — 
2. a. vh-efl. (abnuBcn) bie Stufen .„ to wear out 
by walking ... ; ben «bias ~ to run down ... ; 
bie Scbube ^ to wear down ... — 3. (abmt(len) 
einen SIBeg ^ to pace off a road. — 4. (ent= 
fernen) ben 6d)mufe Bon ben OfüSen ^, (fid)) bic 
SiiBc ~ to wipe the mud off' one's ... — 5. © 
©erbetci : §äute ^ to trample (or work) hides. 

— 0. fiff. j-m et. ~ (iibeviafttn) to cede to ; iur. : 
to assign, to convey to a p. (one's rights) ; 
an bie i^oiiturSmaffe ^ to assign in bank- 
ruptcy. — II vin. (fn) 7. (fid6 entfernen) to 
step aside; ton e-m Mmte ~ to retire from ... ; 
Don ber 33ül)ne ^ to go off the stage; ooni 
©djaupla^je ^ to make (or take) one's exit; 
S8üt)nen.ant»eiiun9 : ... tritt ob, treten üb ... exit, 
exeunt. — 8. jJi (auäca.geiicn) to break 
ranks. — 9. (»al. 6) »on et. ^ to abandon 
a th. — 10.\ (abftciäcn) to alight at; bei j-m 
^ to stop with a p. — III 2l~ n @c. unb 
2lb-ti"etuiiö/'@ 11. cession, surrender, iur.: 
assignment, conveyance. — 12. (9i6ae^£n) 
retirement, uon bet Süiine: exit. 

3lb-treter (*-«) m @a. transferrer; jur. : 
assignor. 

9tb-tretuiig8.... («-f"...) bisw. a. 9lb-trft=... 
(•2-...) in Sflgn, J».: ~urfuiibe f (deed of) 
conveyance or cession. 

21b-tricb («■^) m ® I. for.: a) felling of 
trees; b) timber cut down. — 2. Slipen: 
descent of the cattle (ant. ^luf-trieb). 

ob-tvicfeii (^-") vIn. (jn) i&e. sep. to 
drip lor trickle) down. 

!Ub-trift('2v4)/-@i.a5-r.right of pasture. 

— 2. vl drift, leeway. [to trill ...\ 
ab-triUern (^'^") via. @d. sep. ein £ieb ^1 
ob-trinfcii (^•i^) via. ^a. sep. et. uoni 

!Bcd)er ^, beii SBecfecr .^ to sip off (or from) 

the cup. [trip (nimbly) off or away.i 

ab-hii)i)cln (•"'*") vjn. (jn) Ci d. sep. tol 

mUitt C^-i) m (gi 1. (rae^rgbr. ?(b-gang 2) 

6ib. thea. exit; \ feinen ^ neljiuen to retire. 

— 2. (geöeimct Dtt) privy ; in (änfllaub raeift (mit 
äßailet'Beridiiufe) water-closet ( W.C.); fi .^ 
für S^QiUia ladies' cloak-room ; .^, f iiri^erren 
«eroijiini. 5iui(4tift: (For) Gentlemen, raeite. 
(jentlemen's lavatory. 

ab-tTOitntn(^'!'-]üi,(l.sep.lvla:u.vlrefl. 
1. but« Suft: (aui:^ fid) ^) to dry oft', to air; 
buieb Seiben ; to wipe (or rub) dry ; fid) {dal.) 
bie S:i)tQnen (ben SdjioeiB) bom (i)e|id)te -. 
to wipe the tears (the perspiration) off 
one's face. — II y/n. (fn) 2. to dry up. 

— 3. (abfallen) to shrivel up and fall. 
ob-troUeii F (•2>'") vjn. (fn) 2i.a, sep. to 

jog (or trot) off, F to toddle (off). 



ab-lrommeln (^'*") @d. sep. I via. 

1. to announce with beating of drums. — 

2. einen TOaif« ^ to drum ...; fig. out ben 
filabiet »c. ~ to strum ... — 3. Sienen ^ to 
dislodge ... by rapping on the hive. — 
II vIn. (i).) 4. to finish drumming. — .5. to 
sound the retreat. (trumpet forth.l 

ab-trom})etcn (^'^-'^) via. C^jb. sep. to/ 
*ilb-troi)f'... © (^■^■■■^ in Sfisn, jS-: ~6anf 

/"üuileciabritation, ^gefäfe M ehm., ,s,\)\anm f 

iJBapictfnbritation : drainer. 

nb'tvijvfeln @ d., .troffen ig a. sep.(^'*") 
rln. (in) to drip (or drop, trickle) down 
ui- Ott'; ^ (offen to drain oti', chm. to distil. 

ab-troljcu (^•^'^) vja. igc. sep. j-m et. ^ 
etwa : to wrest (ftatfet: to wring) a th. from 
a p. by bold resistance or defiance. 

ob-trunil)fcn(*^")t;/a. i^a. se/3. 1. spiel: 
j-n ^ to over-trump a p. — 2. fig. \-n ^t« 
give a p. a sharp repartee or rebuff. 

üb-ti'ünnig (^>'") (gb. I a. unfaithful; 
Don i-m gütficn ~ disloyal to ... ; bom ©lauben 
... tucrbtn to forsake one's faith ; .^er (iijxift 
apostate. — II9l^c(r)»J,9l~e /"deserter; 
be§ ©lauben§ unb fig. einer SPaitei: renegade; 
rel. apostate. 

91b-triiiiuigfcit (^-i^-) f@ disloyalty, 
defection (ftättet: desertion), »•e^.a[)0.stasy. 

aibtS-... ('2...) in Sfian. I mft: abbot's ...» 
}S. ~f)Ut m alibot's cap or mitre. — 
II SBfb. Sfaa : ,v.n)iirbc /"abbacy, alibotship. 

Ob-tunniielll ('^^") via. 21 d. sep. ein-^ifet» 
K. ^ to fatigue ... with violent riding. 

Ob-tllpfeil ('^''>^) via. Si a. seyO. 5eud)tiafeit : 

to dab up; eine ffiuiibc: to wijie ... dry (with 

lint). I (or shade) with Indian ink. I 

ob-tufdjen ('^''>^) via. (gc. sep. to copy/ 

nb-urlcilcn (■'^^-^) (ji,a. sep. I vja. m. -. 

1. j-m et. ^ to dispossess a p. of a th. by 
judicial decree. — 2. j-n, et. ~ to prejudge 
a p., a th. ; to criticise (or judge) a p., 
a th. severely. — II «/«. (^.l über et. ^ 
to pronounce unfavourably upon a th. 

91D-iuleihing (-s^-^^) f%i abjudication, 
harsh judgment or criticism. 

ob-btrbicnen (■'^^-^) vja. @ a. sep. ®cl^ 
~ to pay off' (a debt) by working for a p. 

ab-Ucilaitgcii (•^^'J^/j ^ja, ^a. sep. j-m 
etiUQö -., to demand a th. of a p. 

ob-bicreu('^-") vja. li a. sep. I.® carp. 
to square. — 2. d/ = ab-fieven. 

ab-bificren © (■^m--") via. iga. sep.^ 
surv. to sight (out), to survey. 

ob-Wodjen ('^^>^) fid) ^ virefl. «ga. sep. 
to tire o.s. with sitting up or watching. 

aib-lDÖge-... c^-"...) = %b roägungS'... 

ab-iuiigcii (^-") I vja. i^og. sep. 1. to 
balance, to poise; mit bet sZBoae: to weigh; 
© surv. mit ber SBofferrooge ^ to level. — 

2. fig. to ponder out, (errcäöcn) to considei 
(carefully); crroägt f-eäßorte (auf ber05olb- 
luage) ob he weighs his words. — 3. fig. bit 
StaatSacifalten ~ to balance ... — II ?l~ M 
©c. u. Slb-luäguug f @ balancing, weigh- 
ing; © surv. levelling. 

9lb-loä gcr © ('''-"^) m @ a. surv. leveller. 

Slb-luägmigg.... © (^-^...) m Sfian, jiB.: 
~tllftninic'ut n surv. (spirit-)levei ; ~fuil|t 
/"ait of levelling. 

ob-lDOIfcn © C^^") via. @a. sep. 2u*. 
fabiitation : 1)05 %\\&) -x, to finish (the) fulling 
(of Jthe cloth, to mill the cloth thoroughly. 

ab-tooUcu i'''^") vln. (fn) i^a. sep. 1. dob 
aoden : to hang down. — 2. oal. b Sltt. Qllf II. 

ob-lDOljcu ('^'^^) @c. Sep. I via. © to 
level with a roller, 'bm iliafen ^ to roll 
the grass. — II vln. (fn) to waltz off. 

ab-»i)äljeu (*''") $ic. sep. 1. to roll off 
(or down from). — 2. fig. ein (OetbrieBlidjeS) 
©efdjQJt Don fid) ~ to slip (or get) out of a 
(troublesome) job; eine Sdjnib »on fi4 ~ 
to clear o.s. of a charge, to exculpate o.s. 



»«Vb {Wm- 1.6. IX): Ffomiliör; PSoItSfpradje; rOJaunecfpra^e; \ feiten; t Qlt(au* geftorben); 'neu (au« gebeten); *Vuucid,tig; 

=s ( 20 ) s=s 



Sic 3ri(tm, bie VbtOqungni unb bir abgtfonbrrtrn Vnnrrfiinflrn f»— •) fbib ftem rrflArt. [ ilUttlQ... iluttll... ] 



ab-nanbrlbor («>«"-) a. Scb. rapa»>le of 
int'('(-.tiori ; Don lirgnirirrn: declinalilu. 

obnnntt\ii i'^^^)a\ii.»ep. Mvla. \.gr. 
(«. fllt] ^ vinfi.) to inlloct; fin ZlPflreott : to 
•ieclini'; ffn jtrltneii: to cunjiigntu; klr<«l 
lOgii Idjl fiit) ni(tit -. ... cannot be iiitlertcd. 
»iitTi-rs no « (innere. — 2.\ii>»tn) »<> modify. 

— II P'n. (|ii) 8. f. Olli II. — III Jl-^ n 
t^c. un»)lt)-niniibir|litiiR/^M 4.yr. intlec- 
fion; di'i'li;iiKiiin : conjuKation. — 5. lUi' 
tmina) I lihi'ution. |walk ofT. | 

nb imuiOrni l*"*") p/n. fin) & d. trp. to/ 
nb nmnffU i*"*-) ein. (in) 5ia. arp. to 
t(>ttt:r Mwny; to Stray (off) laaSi/ig.). 

Ob nmrinrn I*'*-) vin. ^a. aep. to warm 
liy cU'/ri (•<. 
' nbiunrtrii («•*-) I '/a. a. r/w. (b) 5ib 
»ep. 1. ft » to wait for (the arcom|ilisli- 
ment of a th.t, tiaS 0^n^e non (t. ^ to atay 
tothuendotath.; iDirmnjjcn c6 nibifl^ wi- 
ii)iistwaitandsi;f(whatwillroni»)(ilit|;&it 
niiijicn 9 atlDortcn! have iiatit-nrel, fdon't 
In- in toil niurh ol a hurry 1 — 2. ta. vjrefl.) 
(pftgcnl to wait upon; Pranfr ^ to atttiml 
|iiitii'lits, toniirHOinvaljiiM ; ffmbrr.eiuaim k. 
^ to look after ...; eta VUtt ^ to pri'om ... ; 
(tin «k)Aiti .,., «. to Hoe to ...; N |td) ^ to take 
<'Uiool o.H. — II ni,t) p.pr. 0. a. 0«b. <i. f8i- 
»fatiin,nn in inf. — 4. e.xiicitant , tine ^t 
i>oUunn cutndjntcn to assuniu an attitude 
of i.'kjD.'ttatiou. — 111 4l>x, n Ö9c. anb9lb' 
luarllllin /■ O R. t'irlin? (nno's time» 

— tl. nursing; attondunce on la patient); 
attontions licMtowed on (Moworü, ic). 

ablunrte l*-^) adr. I. down! ward); ^c^ 
6tri'm>.l— ftroni'.,.)duwn tlie river, down- 
airuani; anft ai* prp.: bcrg«^ downliill; tii 
IDrfl lOiirt .V ... lends liownliill or de>)cen(is; 
mit 11)111 ^tM'i .„: a) bom ftittr: lie i.sgi'ttitig 
on in yearn; b) ecm iOctinca'" : be i.s goin^' 
downlin the world).— '2.|lciiisiTti)a!<ide,otl. 

llb-IOQJd)'... l'^-'...) inai-t'lunQin. I «eitt : 

wiinliintr-..., I«, «»loj; n wa^lling•tub. — 
II »lb. ßiUt : /vtiiagb f scullery • maid ; 
M/loatlrr n liovwaxh. 

ob luoldif II (*>'") I i'/(i.6<ir. #<•;>. l.»»tn: 
to waili »11 ; finem flinöt 6cn Sdmutj t»oni 
(4r[i(l)t -. to wash tlio dirt oil a cliild'a 
face; mil brin c(t)>i<amiii .«, auiti: to K(iongi' 
oU. — »lb. B«m; '2. Wcidjirr .^ to wash |u|i) 
dis)i<>8 and plates; {^Urfdi nut £(i|c, 
Scn^i'it .V to take out Ntalna with aotip, 
beu^ino. — i. { bttAiblQcn ) to damage b) 
washing; bit [^arbcv to take (ur wa.shjont. 

— 4.bii- Ujfr ~ to carry away tin- liank.slof 
AriTcr). - II )n~n 9vc. 5.-%b-n<ojiljiinQ. 

— Ö. prvb. t« iiiflrt tin VU fltiotjtn we 
(night havp (lone it in one atroke. 

»lb luii|d|iiiifl ('•'*') / «« wBHhing (off); 
IUI;/, liition; (7i»i. bath; rr/. ahlution. 

fib luflflrr (*>'") fi (Da. waate-water. 

ob-lurbrn l'^") vIh. (b.) Ci^h. **p. to 
finmli wravjng. 

Ob n)rit)|rlii ('•'fft") did. »rp. I via. to 
vary, tu take in turn« or alternately. — 
II I'In. lb.) in |»b. nut) tt. ^ to (i>]i)< hange 
tor a th., mil i m iririnAki« .« tu alturnato 
with a p.; nut ta..^ to ndievo one another; 
mit tinrm T itnttt ^ to take a duty in turn. 

— Ill .^b <i. ^b. altornatr, ...infr, ...Ite; 
( nannlalallit ) varied, in ^btr 'JitKjtUlcüQt 
in aucteAsuMi; ttuiih. perUHlic; mtd. inloi- 
nilttoiit, ai/i>. ^t (wribiflirrlir) altemati'lv ; 
(bri Rrib« naltl >n tuintm. - IV ft~ n Ou-. 
lexjchiin^'U lor, nlti'mntion wiili, AltiAd 
|iim VU biibni to hnvo a t'liaiig«> of rlolhi-i 
(•(t. \ ) - V tib iPtrt)|flunfl. «timrrtifliina 
f Iß (f»l. IV), VUiinvi tf« .ijtuij'iiMi ii sm • 
rex.Kiun (or rotation) <>l ...; IViamilj'alii^tcii) 
Variety , tr bat '.>l.vUng n6tig he require« a 
rhaiige (of M-eno, of oci'U|>ation ); pbnt 
tt.«ung niODolououi; W.sUiig in cl. biingrn 



to dirersify a th.; (ur Skiing, btr ^.^ung 
iprn'n tiv way of (s) charir»». 

ob-lDrifilrliingeinriir C-tfe'^--) adv. — 
ob-rotdjirlnD adp i{ ob retdiftln 111). 

ob-iuretlii ('-^) c/a. sid. »ep. Bttitn .^ 
to ilriTB Ott ... by fanning. 

Wb WrBl'-) m dij side path . wron? way 
or track, lum»fa)roiind-aliout way,d<'vi<ius 
path; fiff. out .^t IDbrtn to lead aatray; 
uuf .wt gtroltn to get off the right way, U> 
go astray. |ri. frih out nf the way.l 

obmrge ('-') iidc, ab-nrRiam \ (*•'-)/ 

Ob mrlirn (*-") si a. nrp. I «/a. to blow 
off; Domi.'aMtit,Doni!Ut(trt ^btrü'inti land- 
hreezf. .seii-hreeze. — II r/n. (b.i en JBinb 
tai nbqtiucbl ... tiilnied down or dropped. 

iRbiortir I'-j ^«« I. deteme; IC«a|) 
(s ilojguard, jiir ., be* (VtinNS lin orderl 
tokeeptheonemy incherk , fene. parrying 
(of hlowa). — :i. |6(»atnni>l) means pi. of 
defcnre, prevent(at|ive, pruaervativu. 

ab-nrtjirn (*--) I via. a r/». (b ) Ma. 
»ep. 1. |-m tt obfT tt. Don i-m .^ to keep a 
th. off a p., fid) [liat.) bit niitirn .v to drive 
off..., (barArlntZcitt) to protect o.s airainst 
... by, rinrn 6i»l .>, to jiarry (or ward off) 
.... fin I r/n. flnrai) DijIBit ^ to avert ... — 
II •\,b p.pr n. a. '* b. i in allni (<tbraln*grn 
tff tnf. — H.defeii.sive, protei live, preven- 
tive. — IIl<(l.^n y>r. n. ttbltirbriinB ^ M 
prevention. — iPji *Jlb lutbt. rflb-mttir 2.| 

Vtb'lvrbriiiigMnittrl («•'".«s-j n iipa. —/ 

Qb-lofirtirn' ('-•') Cia. lep. 1 via. to 
detach (or get off) a thing by soaking. — 

II r/n. (fnl to get soaked off. — III fl^ 
n 99c. anb nb-IDrirfjIing f IVt path. (lar«. 
taOl diarrhaa. — ligl. ^*. 

ob-iofidjfn* I'-") I Vn. (in) 6'in. »rp. 
I. I'PM (t. ^ to diviato fiom a th. ; Don btr 
'iflid)t iPoii bfr 'ii ohrtjtitl ^ to dej^art (i>r 
.swerve) from one's duty (frnm the truth); 
fin OonfQ.intt..vtodillcr(fromoneanother) 
in a th.; itrr SKrinuajra n)tid)tii j(br Don to. 
ob ... are wiiioly divergent. — 2. ö to do- 
fleet; bib. ton bet ISagntinabrI : f toilionlal ) to 
decline, (Mrtitai) to dip. — II .«.b p.pr. a. 
(I. ^b. 8. ta alltn Vt(«alBng(a bfl t»f. — 
4. divergent, difforent, at variance; jyr. 
irngular, anomalous ; fig. Don bti fibliditn 
^iltf IVtbrc) .„b eccentric (hetero<lox); 
11'/''. .^b Don ... divcrg'iitly from ... — 

III )l~ n Civc. B*b »lblVtld)llllg f O 
■>. deviation ; ben rinct ütbrt, tttiaaa«: depar- 
ture, divergence. — 0. ttat« e«titti (bt> i-b 
ffiiti): detlectiou, leeway : llbi«»«lianj; di- 
greüsion; p>-., «c.: a I ^.„nng »ta bti Irgti 
anomaly ...; bKHaiaatBi) exception (to the 
rule); c) (pitibtti) U< ence (of p<K<ta, Ac). 
— 7. O ph^». variation; b«i yiAikTaiita : 

di'l'ection, bri IKajnriaard: dl 'dip; 

ll'tjiinicbf Vitium H'lurical u. 

«li lufirtjungo'... (*--...) t» üd««. »*• ~- 
iliftninir'nl n p>><i». di'clinator;/*,ro input! 
Ml il ;i-i oiiii as.s, >%,trtld ffi iir. li' 

of >: II ; /«.nobtl / Q»tr. (Icclina- 

tlOIMIl'I'illu. 

Ob loritrn (*•'-) via. ftb. »*p. 1. to 
graze (or f(H>dl on («aturM. — 2!. to tum 

rattlii into a fluid. 

obmrinrn k*^") •■/•■ 91«. '^p- ll(b [dot.) 
b;c Vluarn ^ to cry one's eye« out. 

obiufilrn (*-^) I »la. s«io. »rp. j.n » 
'o reiuae (or decline) thi> 
irmii'!.! I of a p.; bort . f t- 
I'll ; in liitj ^ to ! 
^at «tKAi lUlt« )( ' ' 

Ills raao, lu)ii»iilt<'<l liiin, tna« llalrt««t 
H'llr^tn ubdcRiKJcn ... were reject« d, ^ t n 
Viii|]iitt bt* (Ytinbt* « to Ixat back th< 
oil! iny('a attatk), (tivii9 Dt<n fub .» to di>- 
couniviiancu (a pl.uii. \ 9 rn &U(t|ii . 
to prolMl % bill. — II Vw n fyc ■. W^ 



»r 

Ä . V . ;,. 

tance; pg %^ r ;<-n;a) _; 

f»f. Hoing tinri J „ , .^.^ibtkttui m 
ninsiiiTied aCion). |wm'.| 

Ob mrittrn ('--) »la. $^c. »rp. to wh.u-i 

Ob nrlfrn (**-) »In. (fn) 91«. •«!>. to 
with' r (nnd fall off). 

ob-mrnobor (*-^-) a. $»b. preTentable, 
av itioiu; fl^frit f it§ preivutAbi.ity. 

oblDtnorn (•■''i »a. a ;i b it. ifn^m) 
• '/). I r,Vi. to turn off or away , ^ 

Don fid) ^ to parry (off! a thr . v i 
bit fiiinbtn .w to draw away the • 

troni a p.; ft biirib Bitlm ^ to ■: : •• .■« 
a th.; ' .^ Don i-m » to wiihdniw 

one's .sL, ; .'ma p.; ti» •<'tbr « to 

avert ... — II fid) .» rrrfl. to turn aside; 
fiff tid) Don I-m ^ to tal>>- a ditlike to a p. 
— Ill H^ n 9*c. a. Mb-iDrnbuni f %*r> 
t»Tj«a: est ranger -'. nation _ from; 
b(t VutaitTflaBlrtt: <: 

Ob lornbig (*■'") i. ;kü. alienated; j-n 
.-„ uuiettn (Don) to draw a n aw«» ifmml. 

«b-l»frt-...0 ('■*...) r 

^rofining-pan;8i»«|*r»- 
^lonm m .ifinagtrttr: lisl-niirM. 

nbiDtrtbor I'-*-) a. >*b. capable of 
be:ng cast (or thrown) off. 

Ob locrfrn ('--'j > d.«r;>. I r/a. I.fttnbn) 
... to throw off, ts<4: to slip off; to. ba< 
V^ttiörn. bit l^out ^ to rut one's antlers, 
one's ükin; bai 3«4 ~ to shake off one's ...; 
bit naltf ... to tuku off ...; btn T 
throw ... — 2. ea« Sauar u. : to ' 
by a throw. — 3. crtl: Ö<h'b liiic ^, |iiD 
^ to throw away noele«« car')«, f '•» --(«^r 
one's hand. — 4 ■ 
... brings in sonii 

Üböntn 9hi(;tn ^ to yield ten per csnt.,* 
JKinilsouie profit; bat Ottjibdlt mrb orn-.g 
(ludjtd) .w there is little (no) proftt (or 
train) to bo made in this; nicbl« -^ no. 
remunerative. — II fid) « rjitfl. 5. to 
tire o.s. with throwing. — fl. data 3. 

ob-lutlrnti i*--) a. aab fU4(\) m, a-,^ f 
S*b. {ant fligtn ! '■■-■. 

banltnTiiibolt^l 
,f l*<iit9t;trTfn n' 
btt \1^t iiiufc )g>ü.. 
alwnys III the wr^Mi,' 

yib-iDr|riil)rit i"' 
gldnj n, tat.: n> ' 
contuniacy; (■4t-.- 
trnbt ^ (»ta •atbWtrrn k.I f. 

ob-tDfiifii ■ ' t r:a. ;vt . . 

to win ' • of a p. I > 

ob-lvtlirtiir — ' , ,if 

t( ivrMfit jiib ab ' 

ob-nr^rn ' «< 

Hurt «tttri« ^ • ' 

to i-i iiiil «if! 



» ; .». 



I 



ob-miifelfn ('-is- ) i o 
«lb»iifrl- 



,JJw 



...1 



ro'dfliri^niolrtiinf r 
ab-ioitftin |-"~ I 

»rp. 1. *t1«: to I 

•«t«ab«Tt 5Jli : ~ • 
develop a curve. 

••JI1 * ' ' ' 

aoltl* . 

II.. 



# ill. fl. I 
all iDirarl: 



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rivtvit^rn I ~ ' I <^* 



<0 Wintnfttiaft: O Xttbnit, ^ Vttgbau: X ViililAi: 4> Woiint; « 9|tan|t. • ^«btl^ « %«%, A «ItmIM«;^ I»»'« 



[^IbtUi... 5lbjttlC...] SubstantJTe Verbs are only given, if not translated by act (or action) of . 



..Ing. 



peaooumkor; n~iicl) a. ?*b. [ant. nuiluicg" 
tcriictjKoiKiliatoiy. [lower the pennant.\ 

Qb-iuiuilitln vl. [■'-'-) via. qJiJ. sep. toi 

'Jltl-luiIl^t O ['-^) f (§! (««aiwi) reel. 

Qb-lliill6fll r-"'-') 3" a. gep. 1 r/rt. 1. tin 
«nSuei lt.: to unwind, to wind (or reel) oft' 
(o. fig.^. — 2. (ant. l)Pd)-unnbcu) to lower 
(by means of a windlass). — II fldj ~ 
vfiefl. to unwind, to come unwound. 

üb-tDiuftU l'«*") via. @a. sep. to call 
a p. off (or back) by beckoning to him. 

Qb-Iüippeil C^M r/n. (I).) u. ji* ~ W'"«/?- 
@a. *cp. sutiKn: am 2?Qrrtn (fid)) ~ to 
swin? on the parallel bars. 

Qb-rcirbtln ('>'") f/o. @d. sep. 1. J 
eaittn ^ to loc^cn ... by turning the peg. 

— 2. (aSitcnimdn) to play on the drum ; ein 
£u> ~ to carol forth ... 

ob-mirfen (--'") via. $Ta. sep. 1. einem 
2:iere tie i^aut ^, ein Sicr ~ to uncase 
(game). — 2. © to finish working (knead- 
ing, weaving. Ac). |to disentangle ...) 

ab-mirreii (*''") »'a. Ö »• sep. ®atn jc. .vi 

Slb-mijdi.... («>*...) inSffan, »».: ~IaWcn 
m, «.lunHJcii w). /x,tucf) «duster. 

Qb-hiiitfien (^''") vja. (nc. sep. to wipe 
off; (ttiniafn) to dean off; (abflauten) to dust 
off ; (mil rinem nafltn 2u4) to mop up ; (mil e-m 
Gftreamm) to sponge off; tteitS. : \\ä) (dat.) 

b:e Sutanen .», to dry one's tears. 

nb-woljiitn (^-")V/m. (1^.) iga. sep. to 
live at a distance. 

Qb-woUen » (''>'") [©oKe] vja. ig a.se/j. 

fflcttfiti : fin gtU ~ to strip ... of wool. 

ob-woUtn' F("") imoUen] vjn. (I).) 
^ a. Sep. tfi Itäfl »iti nid)t ob ... will not 
(F won't) come oft. — I'gl. ~*. 

ob-n)nd)fni (*-") f/a- 5' d. sep. j-m Seib 
^ to extort ... from a p. by usury. 

?lb tturf (^'^) m ® thing cast aside. 

ob-ttiirgtn (*"*") lia. sep. I vja. to 
throttle, to strangle, meiie. to butcher. — 
II \\(tf ^ virefl. to choke (whilst eating, 
4c.). — III ?U n @c. u. Slb-wiirgnjig / 
% strans-uiation; wholesale slaughter. 

ob-toiirjf It (^"'") vja. 6i, c. sep. to season. 

ab-lDiiteii (*-") vin. (\).) |j,b. sep. to 
abate in one's fury. 

S^" ?lbi)iünien Jt. Mt ^Ibcffinien ;c. 

Qb-jQ^lcn i/'-") I via. 51 a. sfp. et. ~ to 
pay off a th.; tt. ouj cine Sd)ulb ^ to pay 
something on account of ... ; nad) unb naä) 
.V to clear off by degrees or F by driblets; 
n;öd)entIi(6.,,topay in weekly instalments. 

— II Sl~ « ^c. ank 9lb-]a^Iung f @ teil» 
Beift ^.viing payment on account, instal- 
ment ; cänjliite 'il,un9 clearing off (a debt). 

ab-)al)l(ii (*--) i via. ^a. sep. 1. to 
count off or over or out; pari. totel];ba§ 
Ußt fid) on ben Ringern ^ that's easy 
reckoning or guessing. — 2. f atjie^tn) to 
deduct. — II i«,x,nöc.ii.9tb-jQl)lung/'@. 
counting out, enumeration; pari, telling. 

ab-)a|ncn i*-«) 6i&. sep. I vja. © to 
indt-nt. — II r>i. (I).) to finish teething. 

ab-ianhn ('"*>') p/a. u. vhpr. 6\&. sep. to 
scold (well). — »ji. a. QuS-janlen u. joufcii. 

ab-|apfrii («-^-j I via. 6i a. sep. soein ^ 
to draw off ...; rin fjal ^ to broach ...; en 
7 «n .V to tap ...; j-m -l\\i\ .^ to 

' P a p ; A^- r j-m ßelb ^ to fleece 
a p.— II «l~ w 6'^f:. nrb Wb-}np(iing /■ @ 
turg.: O p;ira';<nt<;sis; »on Slut: bleeding. 

ab-japorln Ff^-^") jidj ^ virefl. isd.sep. 
to tire o.s. with moving and tossingabout. 

ob-jannifn {'-^) vja. $i,a. «e/j. tinflpfttb 
^ to ui.lKidle ..., to take the bridle off ... 

«b-jounfn(«-") I vja.ii&.sep. to fence 

off or in; to cut off (Ifind) by a hedge. 

II tU.n *»'. u. ?lb jQiinung/'© (act of) 
' " ' " ''iff J, ic; nut ?t.>un9 enclosure. 



ab-.in«ffn(^-") vla.@C.sep. l.(ob}evven) 
to pull oft". — 2. im unb %n jcircn) to pull 
(or haul) about. 

nb-jcl)VCH (•=*-") ga.sejö. I via. to con- 
sumo; neit®. ; to waste, to emaciate; ^be 
!lrcinll)eit consumptive disease (»91. a. %b> 
äehruiig). — II vjn. (fn) unb fid) ->- virefl. 
to waste away, to lose flesh. — III nb> 
gCjtljrtjD.p.u. rt. @b,: a)acbeutun(ienbeet«/". ; 
b) nbgejelirtcS 6efid)t worn countenance. 

9lb-jcl)ruii9 (^-^) f $?) path, iffiaact. 
irttbtn) wasting (flatter: emaciation), 07 
tabes; (gntttäftuna) atrophy; marasmus; 
bic ~ befonimen to go into a consumption. 

9lb-jciri)cn ('^-^) n @b. 1. meift: mark of 
distinction. — 2. ^ om 9lrme badge; »on 
eclbaten unb iPoIiäiften : stripe; (für SJeibienft) 
good-conduct badge or stripe. 

ob-jcid)iicn (^-^) fed. sep. I via. 1. (o*. 
iiiben) to copy (from a drawing), to draw 
(from the original).— 2.(afi(itfnjcn) to mark 
off; mit Rait : to chalk off. — II fid) .V virefl. 
3. to appear in (well-defined) outlines, 
to be(conie) delineated. — III 9l~ w (§ c. 
unb 3lb-jei(^miii9 f @ i. copy (from an 
original), sketch. — 5. delineation, out- 
line(s pi.). [off.\ 

ob-jcrrtn (■s-i^) via. @a. sep. to pull/ 

Ob-JCttcIU © ('"''") vja. (lid. se2). SBJetittci: 
to unwarp. 

3Ib-3ieD<..., meift © (^-...) in 3fl8n, 8®-: 
/vbilb n metachromotype; ~bilbeibnitf m 
transfer-printing; ~bln|e /'still; «N-bogcu 
ni typ. (icim iffiiberbrutf) tympan-sheet; ~' 
'bnx\\tftyp. letter-brush ; affile f smooth- 
ing-file;~fiili9ef knife-sharpener; .^..folbfu 
m = ^btnfe; r^mwittX m anat. = 9lb= 
jic()erl;,N/pflU9wdraining-plough;,%.prffic 
f typ. proof-press; ~rteillCll m (razor-) 
strop; ~ftciu m whetstone; ~JoI)l f sub- 
trahend; ~3e«9 n distilling utensils 2?^. 

ob-3iel)bav ("'--) a. (§>b. deductible. 

ob-aitl)Cn C''-'^) ^f. Sep. I via. 1. (^ev 
untctjic^en) meift: to pull down; ben i&ut ~ to 
take off ...; bic «lanbWufie ~ to pull off ...; 
F feine ßleibet ~ to strip oft' one's ... — »fb. 
gaae: 2. einem Stiere bn§ g-cQ -v, e-n Slier 
^ to skin (or flay) a bullock ; j-m bie l^Dpj= 
tjout ~ to scalp a p.; ein »eit .,, to strip ...; 
j-m bic Sorbe -x, to unmask a p. — 3. (ent- 
fernen) ben Siiiiiffci ^ to take out ...; J" bie 
Saiten einer 6eige ^ to unstring a violin. 

— 4. flg. bie §iinb (feinen Sdjtitj) t)on )-m 
~, meift: to withdraw one's support from 
a p. ; bic fiunbcn Don j-m ^ to entice away 
the customers from a p.; feine IBlideticn et. 
^ to take one's eyes off a th.; j-noon einer 
!PQttei~todraw{orlure)ap.(away) from ...; 
j-n Bon feinem S8ort)Qben ^ to turn a p. from 
liis purpose. — 5. (abrcftnen) to subtract, 
deduct; jieljl 5 Don 9 ab, fo bleibt 4 take 
five from nine and four remain, au^ furj: 
5 from 9 leave(s)4; j-m etnxiS tom Sol)ne 
,v to take (Fdock) something off' a p.'s 
wages; etn)Q§ bom spieile ~. to take (F 
knock) something oft' ... — 6. © eine 3at6e 
~ to renew ...; ein aOieffer .v to grind (or 
polish)...; cinJRaficrmefjcr^tosetarazor; 
(aS^obeln) to plane off'. — 7. giiiffigel ^ to 
draw off (wine, &c.); auf Jjlafiten: to bottle; 
einen lei« ^ to drain off'...; Dfli. ob-Ioffen 2. 

— 8. (beftitiieten) to distil; ftarf abgciogciier 
Si'cingeift rectified spirit; (afigielen) to 
decant; cine eufpe mit einem (äi ^ to beat 
up ... with an egg. — 9. © typ. to strike 
off (a proof), to take off (an impression); 
(a6t(at|(iien) to dab; einen Jlupferflid) ^ to 
transfer an engraving on. — II vln. (fn) 
to go away, F to be oft; on§ bcr aCol)nung ^ 
to (re)move; betiRau(* }ie()t burd) ben Sd)orn= 
ftcin ob ... passes through (or out of) the 
chimney ; üi ber Sfeinb ift Don ber Sfcftung Qb= 



gejogen ...raised the siege; bon ber SBotbe ^ 
(««/. auf-jiel)en) to come off guard ; an§ öem 
SJienfte ~ to leave service or one's place; 
tccr ~ to come away empty-handed; un* 
»cvrid)teter Sad)e (Fmit lanflcr 9!aje) ~ to 
go away disappointed. — III \\^ ^virefl,. 
sou Sugticren : to get worn Out with (cart-) 
work. — I'V 2l~ M @ c. u. 9lb-3icl)ung f @ 
(»gl- I unl" II) ^~ *t§ 5e[Ie§ skinning; 
anat. bci !D!u§tcln: abduction; (3i6tcd6uen) 
subtraction; beSSffieineS: drawing off; b;§ 
SBtanntmeincs ic: distilling, rectifying; © 
(S4ieifen)grinding;au§betSa3o5nuna: removal; 
X ^^ bci ituijpen departure. 

9lb-jic^cr ('^-") m @a. 1. anat. (siuStet) 
abductor. — 2. © tup. proof-printer. 

9lb-3icl)UtI98'... (*-"...) iiiSL-ie^unaen, j». : 
,>^benuÜ9CH « abstractive faculty. 

ab-jielcit C^-^) I via. unb vln. (ij.) ga. 
sep. auf et. .^ to aim at a th., to have a th. 
in view; e§ ift auf if)n babei abgejiclt it is 
meant for him. — II 9l~ n @c. aim, pur- 
pose, [to square (correctly). ■) 

ab-3ijiiniern ('^'*") via. fed. sep., carp.] 

0b-}iltelll (•2'iv^) I via. fed. sep. to 
measure off with compasses; olleS gcuQii 
.V to do things very accurately oi precisely ; 
flg. feine 5lßorte .v to be over-particular (or 
over-nice) in one's speech. — \i.^{r>^n%c. 
u.9(b-jirf clung f@ accurate measurement. 

9lb-3Ud)t t'^-^) f@i I. arch, (sibfiufe) sewer. 

— 2. © (Siegetci: discharge-outlet. 
916-Jllß (■'*'* nnb '"-) «» ®} 1. Bon 5!crfonen: 

departure; oii§ bet üBofinung: removal; X 
a) (iRütfjua) retreat; freier ~ einer Seja^nng 
free (and honourable) withdrawal of a 
garrison; b) = 9lb-morfd). — 2. be§aBai)etä 
ic. : drainage, outflow ; ber Uinud) t)at teinen 
^ there is no outlet for the smoke; (ffanal) 
channel, sewer. — 3. uon einer Summe: de- 
duction, discount; am ffic^alt ic: amount 
stopped off; am ipieifc: abatement; am «e. 
toic^t (für Berijacfuna) : tare; iu ~ bringen to 
deduct, to allow; nacö ~ ber iJoften, ber 
Spefen (after) deducting (all) expenses; 
charges paid. — 4. agr. einer SRebe : layer. 

— 5. typ. (Rorteltur-v), »ratjietfunfl : (iPvcJe--^) 
proof(-sheet); .^ in Ofn^nen: slip; allfl. au*: 
impression; fiuofetftieS: n. toor ber Sdirift 
proof before letters. — 6. © am ©ewe^r: 
trigger. — 7. \ ® (%im) sale. 

nb-jiiglit^ (-^-") arf«. ^ bcr Soften deduct- 
ing (or allowing for) expenses or charges. 

91b-jHg§.... (•2^... ober ^-...) in Sllfln. 5».: 
~blfd) © n trigger-plate; «^bogeii © »» 
typ. proof(-sheet); ~bitgcl © nt (am (Sieivctir) 
trigger-guard; ^biifjUe 5? Tplat; ~bnuipf 
© III dead steam; /v.flnggevi'/' Blue-Peter; 
MrcH)cit /■ right of (free) emigration ;,>.-9elb 
n tax (levied) on emigrants; ~gcrinuc © 
n tail-race; ~9Vnbcu m, ^tana'l m © 
drain, sewer, conduit(-pipe); üfaerioölbter 
atonal culvert;/v»))Vcbigt /"farewell-sermon; 
~ciUCUc # f market or outlet (for export) ; 
~riHne © f gutter; »^ro^r «, ~vö^re f © 
waste-pipe; für Sampf avtit: eduction-pipe; 
/^..frfjleufe f outlet-sluice; ~tetd) m absorb- 
ing-tank; /vjnl)l f subtrahend; ~5cit f 
time for leaving (a dwelling or service). 

ob-jupfen i'^'*") via. fea. sep. to pluck 
off, to pull apart. 

ab-jUiQCfeu (•s>'>^) via. fea. sep. 1. to 
pinch oft'. — 2. flg. j-m etlurt§ ^ to squeeze 
a th. out of a p. ; fid) etroa§ (am 9J?unbe) ^ 
to stint o.s. of a thing. 

ob-jhierfcH \ ('^^") fea. sep. = ab-jielcn. 

ab-jlucigcu ("^-^) fea. sep. I via. 1. e-n 
Saum ~ to lop the branches of ... — 2. (ab. 
fontern) to detach, to set apart. — II fid) 
,., vjrefl., ^ vln. (().) 3. A ic. : to branch 
off, to form a (side-)branch. — III 91^ 
n @c. unb 9lb-}n)ei9Hllfl f@ 4. detaching; 



."iltid- I 



>p«gelX): F familiar ;Pvuli.rar; T f.aBh; \ rare; t obsolete (died); * new word (born); A incorrect; «/scientific; 

ss ( 2ä ) = 



Tho Sign«, AbbreTiationü and (let. Obs. (0—9) are explained at the bejrinniDK of tin* boot. [ l\ V ]W I . . . •Jlu)I... ] 



(Bi*]«-)brnnch. — 5. «» Q^ung (SaxigJ 
braiK-li, oflslioot (Mb. ff/.). 

ab-)n)j(frii ('''*") vja. 21 n. »rp. to nip off. 

Ob-Jiuiiiflfll (">*-) c/n. ten. »</). j-m ft. 
.V to wiiiijf II til. (by forcf) from a p. 

a. C. I II. a/j/<r. ». nnni eiirrenli« ob. a« wo 
(•«»•»•^«^■| of lor in) the; picsent yar; a. C. 
[anno ('lirinii\ in the year of our Lord. 

WV 'iUa... \. ^tn... 

iJlttrnt ("Ifj-'inr.lm® arcmt (— Ion- 
jcirticn); t-nfliittn (rtinrn).». tjobdi tospeiik 
with (or to iiavc) a good (or | uri-) accent ; 
»on SnAlliitrn audi; without any foreign 
uicrnt; ein Irijdjcr ^ an Irish brog'ue. 

IJUttiit'..., orttnt-... (*-(!!«...), In S"««. 
jlt.: ~!fl)rf f: a) theory of accentuation; 
b) (ai(99uiti) treatise on nccent(8); nAo'i a. 
iinairented ; «x/trfltl f rule on accent(N); 
<<.|rirt)rii n (tonic) accent. 

atcrntu-irrrn ("J(j''"-'") I ria. 61 n. fo 
accent(uate), to put stress iijion. — II ¥(/>,' 
u Ö9C ii.*nrmitii-irriinfl/'dD actontuntion. 

tNf(fPt * ("fj;') lit. I « «S acceptance; 
fintn ilüi(l)iil jnm ^ uotlfflcn to present a 
bill for accoptiincu; ifinc ~e tinlofrn to 
meet one's drafts. 

flttfpt'... • ("fB*...) tn Snan. I mein: 
... of ncceptiinie. i3i. ^bntltni n dntef)f a. - 
II Bfb. niQc <vblail(o n — .^trcb't; ^blltf) 
n (book for) bills pjiyable ; /vflri(t)äftr nipl. 
bill-lirokerti;re; >N/fr(bi't in iilnnk credit. 

tlccrptOIlt ("t^''') m ff/d («»nctnct ciad 
BJfdjMf) acceptor. 

«ttfplatioii m (-Ife-^-tW-)^') [lt.] /■0, 
-V«'... -^ Vkciiit. '2lcc(Pt>... 

accrptitrrn % ("tli"'-") via. djia. en 
0)(4lrl ^ tu accept (or honour) ...; iiid)t -. 
to rofiiso acceptance of, to dishonour; 
btr 3l>td)[d iBiirÖf occtptictt, a. the bill nii t 
with due lionour. — Sgl. auii) an-ncbmcn. 

«ttflflfl (-lb>'') lll.lwi W »füimfntMin : 
niiMiliiriecl nssistiint or cnndiilate, 

nctrlloriirt) t-ffe^-") a. Wkb. accessory. 

«tfrlloriuiii ("!{(«*-(-)-) (II.) n ^ (Su- 
tfliäi) npp"ii(|(ipo. 

nrribrne ("fr."'') lit.) «, »g. ^, pi 
9lccibtnti<n unb 'Mccibrnii-fn ("!{!"'*(")" I 

1. accident. — 2. mrlfl im f)l. (UebtnBin 
ronft») perciuisites, F pickinps pi. 

artibfllf(i)fll (^rh"-l(j(-')*) a. 5*b ac 
cid4-ntal, ciimimI, plih. au4: contiii)rent. 

«ttibfiii ("li;--) n M (/,/. 0. ..i en) I. - 
'.McciDin-<. 2. O ^(//). (mti I«/»/.) display- 
(or joli.)\voik. 

VIcritrii)-... O («-fl;"'...) in »nan.mn /(//).: 
~orbrit ^Job-work; .^briiitrr «1 jobbing 
printer; >vfrl)rr m jidibing compositor. 

arcibbar (^i^--) a. ^b. oxcisBblc, sub- 
ject to excise. 

W(ti|f (-16^") [mll.l /• « 1. oxcUc; 
llleinruti. In flnalaib abgrtitat)l) city •toll, 
town-dues /)/. ; ^ niij clicofl Ifflcn to levy 
excise (nriie. to levy duty) upon a th. — 

2. (Ctll excise-ofnc«. 

«c(i(r-.... o~.... (^»6""...). «fti»-..., 

a~'... I 'fl;'...) In .Hfljn. »7». :~onit »1 — '?Uci|c 
2; •vaiiflrtirr, ^braiutrr, <vriiiiirl|iiirr m 
excisenitin, oxcise-ofliier ; .•«.(ttl <i. free 
from oxciso or duty; M.Drr|(t|lii(| m bond; 
iititrr ^I'fr'diliili in boml. 

tm~ tuto.... iU(t.... «(fu... |. 9(if 

UltflOt ^^7 ("lh"l| It.l »I 0^ r/iHi lri|i«ldu<cl 

eatjlnielate. |llabitaIlac'et\l|i'lir,H,t>l.| 

»l(rll|l :} (-ti;-'') lit. I ft >v .Am. '(«49» I 

nd) 1 ' ) I inf. ah, oh ; (iVitn.iatl alas I : . 

WpIII oil dear (nie)!, milrt ■ (COimI heiiTrn'*', 
... jo! why yes!; ..,. jo! oh, 1 see ! ; ^ ll'rtb 
bn! of course not, on no account !; ^ boil 
(a. li'tntil fr nur ...I would he but ...', I wi«li 
(to goodneNsI he would ...! -- 11 till) » M 
lainentntion ; Wit) nut) Hl'rb f(l)rr;cii to rai>e 
(or set up) a pitiful cry; nut W(b iitib Rroct) 



• greatest T by the ikin 

of 01.1 s teeth. 

11(f)ä-rr ("(b->') m fDa., «viti f %, ad)d- 
i|d| i"ä)-") a. 6*b. Achffan, »»11«. Oru*k. 

Hd)Of ("d)-') Inrd).! m ^ min. agate. 

9(it)ot'..., odjot'... (-d)-'...) t« 3fia»- ' ■« 
agate-..., I?. .N^farbrn « a>,'nte-colour<d. 

— II 9ft. mat ^dt)nli(t), /%.artiQ a. agate- 
like, n^'niine; /<>i)altifl 'J. agate-bearinir, 
C7 ngatiterous ; /vtiriti »1 F.irypt ian pebble . 
<N.tlllpf ? /'iigiite. Irfinaabtln) toagatise.l 

odiatirirrrn (-d)-"-»') ra dja. (ii ««ail 

Hdlfl <t (^d)-) f a Ifttanne) awn, chaff. 

od)(roiiiiiit), adirruntiid) (-'(b'^^). od)f- 
ninid) (•'d)"-'') IVldjtrcn Acheron,! M. II 
a. ötli.fni///i. Acheronti»*, »ftt6 infernal. 

«djiUf-o 07 * ("*---) f $i, imiUtn. 

flrOUt i-d)*-'-) n 0> milfoil {AcMtlU'a 
tittltffi) hum ). 

«djillf-ibf ("d»— --) tn © wyth. («r»- 
pioli'n) son of Achilles. | Achillean. | 

art)illriid) (-*"-") a. ^b. myih.] 

niilllire-... ("tb''*...) In Sn«n, BriB: ... of 
Achilles, |9. .%.ftrfr f pO- (»ftnuntban CttSc) 
heel of Aehilles, a. weak part or side (of 
a p.); /N.flrd)jr f, ^|rl)ne fanal. (tair<><ln( 
jiBi'Aen !a>abf unt S't'r) tendon of Achilles. 

fld)it)rri"d)-n)")fM *>a. Ai>/. — ?ld>fl-tt. 

«diromofif 5 (-*—-) Ifltd).!/'© «. t» 

/)/ii/M. I i},iiMrri8'cil. bib.» einlra) achromatism 

adjroiiiatiid) -a (^eb---) Ifltd).] a. ^b. 
p/iyg. (faiMsi, b'b. ran einlcn) achromatic; 
.^ ntodxn to uclironuitiso. 

ad)roniatirirrrii Qj ("(b — -") r/o. ®a. 
phys. tit achroniatisc. 

WdliJ-.... Bift O ('16-..) In ai--l«l»»ani (»«< «• 
*Jld)irii'...) Inifi: axle-tree-..., i». .^rifrii n 
iixlo-tree bar. — II »ib. fSilli: /».bonb >',^- 
bird) n axle-treo clip, clip-phito; »>bud|ir 
A /^axle-(or grease-)box; ^]fXObt f much 
testing (or trial) of iron-axles; M^fd)tDrn> 
fi:ilfl Ü f turning (or wheeling) of tr(Kiiis. 

«dj|f (<Jffe") f », dim. *d)Cd)tn n ^b. 
1. (CudbelianSabrrn) nxle(-trce); % ))(T ^, 
fluf btr .V, ju(r|.^ trnnCportitrtn to convey 
lor carry) by road, to forward by waggon. 

— 2. C? (urn bal fl« tl btrtt) math, axis; 4 
urn C'C ^ gctiibt axile, axillary; min. mit 
brti (tnlrcAl ou| to. flcbtnbrn .^n trimetric. 
-3. much, arbor, beam, shaft (- fijrtlt). 

«dilti (•'![;-)/» i. llM.pftifU) shoulder 
I— ed)iiltc(); bir .^n lab«i mit btn ^n^ 
\.\d\.n to Nhiug one's hhouldera; CT )udt( 
Icijc nut brn ..n lie gave a slight shrug 

— 2. /i'/.: i-n libcr bit .^ an'tbtn to luok 
down upon a p.; ttivol out bit Itidjtt .^ 
ntbnitii to niake light of a th., f tu take 
it easy; auf btibtn ^n tragtn to waver 
(or halt) botw o< n two |>ni ties, F (bit. Am I 
to sit on the fence. — 3. anat. %. ^ axilla 

— 4 O eavp. .^ biB iJoi'l'"* pegshouldcr. 
Ildifrl'..., a~' 

Sinnr M. \1d)kl I 
gririlf >* slmuMei-j.'Hit; b) )■ «lait %!t 
\nd)|tl :i afi : axillary .. , i«. ^briift f axil 
lar\ gland. II 9'\ Oil* <vbanb " 

111 i»\st II.) »houhlor knot; b) nrrA.,ri». /• 

— Jtofl'bQiib;c)f *■ • ► 1 oujilprpi 

(vbtin n anal, si 

— »böUt; ^btniö " > '. 
shift; <<.l)0blr f armpit 

shotlMe 

litiiiitr / 

flOllbifl i X. avu.k 

11 • b"ii!der pu-'-e 



.. .*tb-...)ti an«». I a) In 

mri'i shoulder-..., |0. <«.• 



•vgriibr f 

e.i ss iliirt i>r 

^riappr X f 

: i\ m\\\ft/tt., ^• 

, epaulet , .^ 

.^ttirtlrn m, .vfliiiT 



tirflfni'..., a^.. I > 

„«Äff I-, V»» - 

(•tree); ^blrdi « 

axlo-be.iring; b)|* . .' I 

tn axial swtion. - 1 1 : 

* a. atiN'; «.br'tii ; 

(I. axifi'im ; -viiir ' 

<^ntiflun0 f a*/. 

^Idiniitrt/aih .. ^,_.... .. ... 

- »jl 3-j4 'lid 5-... 

«(t)f' (^1 ' e, ) . ^/ ..^ -I .».._.. 

outlawry. I 

tion, oMf raei^ti!, ;n .n c;< ^ : 
llfun. mit btr ~ btltgm to out) 
te ••• a p. — 2. I 

r.i:' •. QU» ftTTVif c' 

•bi'biU to I'll 

to a th.; (tcb , : 

mind (take r.ire, 

od)t. to irirb 4iU j; 

«ater; gitb auf tu r<- 

watch) ...; au9 brr ^ 1 ... w.., ; 

to di.Hfegard (or orerlook) a th 

iuiibbtit labtt fid)) in adit ncbtnr t 

odit ntbtntn to lo<jk after (er 

one's health; to ■ le's tiLa;";i ,r 

O.S.; F'd) Dor i-ni 'tmtn t/> h* on 

one's guard again.st 

ad)!'!"*) niimrt I 
It^DJorf eight ^ 
biiiiun ^ Sagen ». 
.^ iogtn a week a;r", F ■ 
fibtr ^ Sogt this day wo<-k . > . 
|ä^tn: (27 octandhan: math. 
bftr. : m oclonary; mil «d)tt: 
drive a carriage and eight. — 1 1 
«d|lf »^Ibon . ■ • 

>i(d)l F (a p. as I 

«d)t-..., od)t'...' r...) l^iti', 1- ., , 
iV.. ~briri >» writ of outlawry; <v(aUig 
(1. Miitianed. 

fld)!-..., nd|l...« («...) lottt^l is .vj-, 
I». <%,äu8ifl <i «i'li lii'ht e_\e- 
ocular; .vbluniig * >i : C7 ". ». _ 
<v<(f n math.: C7 oit.'\gon; <^ftlfl tJ.: 3 
ocf.".!.' ■" ■! -vrnbrr m Ann/, stag of I'lifli*. 
br his antliTsi; ^fad|. <vfaltia 

a. eik'n, iii.ii, .27 <«' tuple; -vflodlig 'i >nath. . 

a octa(h)edral, -^fldd)nrr m •ti/A.: O 
octal liiedron; -vfiijjltr >»:■'.- o ■ ^ ;•' J, 
•vijunbtrt taril itmiih, ..i.rli' h .c,.! e ; , 

^jolirio (I. 
^ntol'i'/f 

fo, 

oi-f V ::■ ■ 

old ; .^IIl. II.MltU» ' 

...pfuiibfr ^ »I 

m, ^tuDtligrl ? 

^fftt;T - 

C7 

CIg! ■ . ^'IflUl'fllfl » 

-vflUnbig 'I !;i>':ii.- 

i|liMr;.-,< "Jli! 

-wflunMid)» 

•viriltfl <i. 

.^iinb I7irri 

III ^»txb tx 

t' ► . .. , ^a;r.f ' li.". ' 

■^ittltt car.l HI 

)i»adl of I' 'fiVi 



«. «^Uit« i'.iirit. 



II. deiii .-wtrotbtl .\ f epaiüMi 

-..liirfrn •: . K-inf) of 'I .■ .' ililtr«. 

Ortllflll O (''!»•.- 1 t .1 r to 

tenon |H\U>.t(<>4> ... .i**.\ 

adlftn ('t{i~) •',<•. 910. to flt with an/ 



t\m 



hi*. 



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©iibftont. 93erba fmb mcift nur flcgcbcn, wenn pe nid)t act (cb. action) of... ab. ...lug [guten. 



ac^tt (>'")In.@b. orrf. Mi/»i ft. eigrlith; 
jum ^i\ eighthly; .^5 ÄiUntd eiglith chap- 
ter, chapter the eighth; am (cb. ben) ^n 
SKai (on) the eighth of Mav. — II 9l~ 
f ^ 1. i. a(t)t« II. — 2.0= CUavc. 

?l(t)tcl (-'-) n ®a. 1. eighth (part). — 
2. c ijuaver. 

9ldltcl-... ("^...) «nSnfln, »a?.: ~bOJlb »I, 
~form f, /^foriiio't «, ~9vb[jc f octavo 
Tolunie or sizo; ^freic «i: -5 octant; />/< 
nc': J" /"quaver; ~pauje «T f quaver (or 
eightli) rest. 

""Qdjttll (-^") @b. I r/rt. 1. (i456en) to 
esteem; ein ijod) gearteter SKann a highly 
respected ...; gering .„ ob. nidjt -, tothink 
lightly (or nothing) of ..., to have no 
opinion of...; lein einleben bcr ^erfon ~ to 
be no respecter of persons ; bie ©eHe ~ to 
respect ...; ba« ffirfb nidjt ~. to squander 
ones ...; fein itien nicbt ^ to hold one's ... 
cheap. — 2. (für et-jjUen) to dccm; für gut 
^ to judge it right or proper; mir ~ e§ für 
tint iil)t( we esteem (or think) it an hon- 
our; mir ^ cS fürc-e SdjnnDe we consider 
it a disgrace; j-n, et. für ni4t§ ~ to hold 
a p., a th. in mean (or the lowest) esti- 
mation ; fte ~ ibn für Derloren they give 
him up as lost. — II vin. (b.) Quf ct. ob. 
e-t Sodjt (gen.) ^ to pay attention to a 
th.; cr adjtet auf alki he attends to (or 
looks after) everything; fie ~ Q"! meine 
©orte uicbt they won't listen to me; Qd)tet 
auf D(tnc SDorte mark ...; obne auf ... ju 
^ without heeding ..., despite (of) ... — 
m \ fit^ ~ vl)-efl. : ficb nocb ct. ^ {mt%x 
gbr. r;d)ten) to be guided (or ruled) by ... 

ätzten (>*") I vja. @b. to outlaw, weits. 
to put a p. outside the pale of the law; 
m(l ait.: to proscribe a p. — II ,Jü p.pr. 
a. a. Ab., 0. prescriptive. — III 2il<x/ n 
%c. u. Slditung f @ outlawry, proscrip- 
tion 1= *3l(t)t*=erflürung). 

adjttiie (>'") adv. eighth]}', in the eighth 
placf. 

ad)ttii5.tef rt (*"-), .loürbig (^^■i^) a. (gb. 
estimable, worthy of esteem or regard. 

9lif)ter* {''^) m @a. 1. 4/ eight-oared 
boat (-= ?ld)t=rubercr). — 2. eighth part 
(of a whole pound, 4c.). — 3. (a^ijeitige Strophe) 
ottava-rima. 1= ^inter.i 

aii)ttr* ncibb., mR\L (>'") a. ^h.n.prp.j 

9ll^tf r.... 'I («"...) [odjtcr *I in SL-Hungen. 
I Bft : aftor-..., jS. /vlute f after-hatch- 
way. — II sj b. 3an : ~ftet)en m stem-post. 

fidjttr i'^) m @a. proscriber. 

ad)lerlci (-"-) numer. inv. of eight 
kiniis or Sorts. 

Qd)fl08 (^-) a. @b. inattentive to, 
ne?!iu'eDt for unmindful) of. 

Wit)tlori9ffit ('i — )/■© want of atten- 
tion to, disregard of, unmindfulness of. 

«djtfr-. («...) in SRan ju ?td)ti: I = 
*(i)t'...*. — II »ib. ncüe : /x-erfliircr m one 
who bani^ho^; /».trndruiig /", /vurtcil » 
sentem-fc of outlawry or banishment. 

oi^tiam (^'-J a. ^b. attentive to, care- 
ful (or mindrul) or. 

adjfionittit ( -— ) f @ attention to, 
cari'ifulfifss) (or mindfulness) of. 

«dltUHB {^^)f^ ij'i.\) 1. (ait'omltit) 
»♦•••nri.m ; t. all «ultuf, jS9. gebt ob. pufet ..! 
'. a. lookout!, mind!; auf j-n, ti. 
^abtn to look after ..., to see 
I" ... — '_'. I^c(4aiiiiuna) esteem for; j-m 
(flroLt »t. ciel) ^ trrot;ien to pay great 
r.-(...;t to a p.; (nuO au§ ^ gegen iljn, 
fuc !l)n «b. D.r ibm out of (pure,! regard 
for him; mi« oCtr.., DoroUcu with all due 
def. rence to you; fid) (Uat.) ^ erwerben, 
fid) {dal.i ^ ju ctrj^afitn roiffen to make 
o J. re*p«cted, to gam (universalj esteem; 

Sn^rn tl 



bei j-m in ^ flehen to stand high in ap.'s 
opinion or estimation; fid) bei j-m in ~ 
fe^cn to establish one's credit with a p.; 
bic fdjulbigc ~ Dor ben ©cfdjcn bcobnd)ten 
to show a proper respect for the laws; 
.„ einflöfeenb ober gebictenb imposing. 

Sl(^tuno8'..., n~=... (■="...) in Sfian. I «"R : 
... of esteem, ... of respect, ja3./x,üejttgiino 
f mark of esteem, tribute of respect. — 
II s(b. SSBc : (vcrfolg m moral success, o. 
(fr.) SKCces d'estime; ~lo8 a. without re- 
spect; ~t)oD a. resjiectful; «vluert a. esti- 
mable; ^Joibrig a. disrespectful. 

Sid)tniiG8.... (•»>'...) in 3f5an, }5B. : ~9efE^ 
n prescriptive law. — sjfli. au* 9lc^t§=... 

odjtjtlin jc. f. 9lcbt=...2. 

Odjljig (>'") I curd. numb, eighty; ^ 
Sabre alt of fourscoie years. -II bie (gnl)!) 
3U /'©the number 80.- Ill 9l~er»«@a., 
9l,N,erin /■© u. o/Cr a. inv. 1. ?l.^ct(in) oc- 
togenarian. — 2. in ben ,^n Bal)ren (obet 
in ben ?l.x,ern) turned eighty; in ben .^er 
3al)ren unktcs 3aIlt^unbcrt§ in the eighties ... 

— IV bcr (bie bo§J ~fte ord. numb. (g.b. 
eightieth; /v-flcnö adv. in the eightieth 
place. — V 9l~ftel w @a. eightieth (part). 

nd)tjtfl<... (^^...) in Sfffln mit a., bcfonberS 

/<..jnl)ri9 a. octogenary; ber, bie ?l-v,jäbri9c 

octogenarian. Imoan).! 

öd)jcu (>*") vjn. (().) @c. to groan (and/ 

Sltfer (>'") w @a. 1. field; ben ^ bauen 

to till (or cultivate) the land or ground. 

— 2. = 9lrfcr=bcet. — 3. (giäc^enmal) acre. 
Sltfet"..., a~:.. C'"...) in Sflfln. I mcift: 

field-..., corn-..., a».»vl)ol)«eufu§ * m corn- 
crowfoot (Ranu'nculus arve'nsis); i^tapMlU 
jcl ? ^corn-salad (Valeriane'lla olilo'ria); 

~rinoeI61ume ^ f field-marigold (calen- 
dula arve'nsis); ru]a.\0.'\ m = .».rapunäcl. — 
II »(b. Satte :~orbeit /"agricultural labour; 
,%..b0'ibti0U ^ m lamb's-Iettuce (Valeria- 
ne'lla olito'ria) ; rJb<X\\ (unb S)c|)))cljnen) ftcjc 
bfb. Mtttiel; »vboMcnb o. agricultural; ~> 
bouer m -= ^monn; <>..bcet n ridge be- 
tween two furrows; ~beftcIlHng /"tillage; 
«vboben m arable soil ; /^./burger m farming 
townsman; .%/frbe /"surface soil; «./fclb n 
field under cultivation; ,x/furd)e /"furrow; 
~GOUl m farm-horse; ~9erät(fd)oft f) n 
implement of husbandry ; ~l)of m farm- 
yard; i^litt ^ m lucern (Medica'go falca'ta); 
~fufd)t»i ploughboy; ~fruinc /"=.verbc; 
n^lanb n arable land; «.-Uutep/.Bon.x-mann; 
/^lo^n nt labourer's hire or wage(s); ^[i)' 
mann m farnier('s labourer), husbandman; 

/x/mcnnig ^ m agrimony (Agrimo'nia eupa- 

to'riit); ~l)flrgc /"cultivation of the land; 
~pflug m plough ; /»/qiietfc ^/"wheat-grass 
(rw'<ic«mr«jueMs);«/|d)oUe /"clod (of earth); 
~fcnf ? m charlock (Sina'pis arve'nxis); /v< 
fleuer / land-tax ; ~uiel) n farm-cattle ; ,%/• 
tocrf«farming;,^lDerf}eugn = .^gerütfc^aft; 
~ttieffn n <= .vlDcrt; <v.lDirt m farmer; /v> 
H)irtfd)Qft/agriculture;~jinömfarm-rent. 

Orfcrüar (-^"-) a.i^h. arable, cultivable. 

SlderbQU (*"-f)w ® (o./^/.) agriculture; 
~ treiben, a. to be engaged in husbandry. 

91tferbou.... («"-'...) insnan. I mft: ... of 
agriculture, agricultural ..., js. ~minifter 
m minister of agriculture; /^fdjulc /agri- 
cultural college. — II SBib. SäOe : ~gcbid)t n 
pastoral (or rustic) poem; ,x-ßerät(id)nft /") 
n = 9lder=gciütfd)aft; .vfunbe /science of 
agriculture, agriculturism; o/fuubigc(r) m 
agriculturist; ~treibcnb a. agricultural; 
~K)ifienfd)aft f = .^funbe. 

arfcr.bauenb, »Wtfcc.bouer f. 9Ider-... 

Siifcrdjen (-^-"j, Sirfetlein (>'"-) n @b. 
(dim. Don 9lrfer) little field, small plot. 

iUtferei C^-''^) f ^ tillage (of land). 

airffrer (-*"-) m ©a. ploughman. 



orfern (^"^) I vja.u.vln. (i).) @d. to till 
(the land), to plough (the field) ; fift. to 
perform (write, &c.) with a great effort. 
— II 2(~ M #c. u. Sltfcruug / @ tillage, 
husbandry, [land; landed (proprietor l."! 

ötfcr-reid^ (*"■-) «• (&b. rich in arable/ 

SJcferg.... (^"...) f. ?lder--... 

3UquifitfUr ® ("— tö'r) fit. mit fr. Cnbung] 
m ® u. @ insurance-broker. 

SMcquit (ä-f i') | f r. ] « ® 1. %per(a. pour) 
^ (erl)alten) (payment) received (rec«".). — 
2. Siaaib: ~ geben (ausfegen) to lead (off). 

SlctO (>'-) llt.J nipl, inv. (= giften) 
legal documents ; et. ad acta legen = ju 
ben giften legen (f. 9ltte). 

a.d. abbr. 1. a) [It. = anno do'mini] 
in the year of our Lord; b) [It. = a dato] 
from (this) date. — 2. a. S. (aufiei lienft) 
retired, X on half-pay. 

ad absurdum ("^ •■'^^) fit.l adv. f. abfurb. 

obogio J~ (ä-bä'-bQc) [it.f adv. u. 3l~ n 
@ adagio; nl§ adv. anii: slowly. 

9lbam (-") npr.m. @ Adam ; bibl. ben 
attcn ~ au§äic^cn to put off the old man, 
to mend (one's ways); nac^ .s, 9iicfe, etwa: 
according to Cocker('s arithmetic). 

obaniifd) (--") a. @b. Adaniic(al). 

oboniitifl^ (---") «. ^b. Adamitic. 

2tbQm&=... (-"...) in 3flan mft: Adam's ..., 
jS. ~apfEl m: a.) ^ Adam's apple (3/«ivi 
paradisi'aca); b) anat. (Reilfnotpel) Adam"s 
apple (= larynx). 

obaqitot (— -) [!t.l a. @h. adequate. 

bnto » (- ■^") [It.l f. bato. 

obbicren ("->^) fit.) vja. (?i,a. to add (or 
sum) up; abbiert man alic§ jufammen (if 
we take the) sum total ; folfc^ ^ to cast up 
wrongly or incorrectly. 

9lbbition§=... ("-tfe(-)-...) in Slian, »». : 
^ejc'nipel n addition sum; o/fe^ler m 
mistake (or error) in adding (up). 

nbe (--) int. adieu, farewell. 

2lbcl (-") m @a. (o. pi.) 1. (atbclftonb) 
nobility; enflS. in ßnaianb: peerage, reeitS. 
aristocracy ; nicberer ^ gentry; Don .x, fein 
to be of noble birth. — 2. (innerer) .^ 
nobleness (of mind), nobility (of the soul). 

2lbel>..., 0~.... (-"...) in Sfisn. I oft: 
noble..., js. /N,gcfd)Icd)t n noble race or 
family; ^finil m noble sentiments 2>'- — 
II fflfb. saue: ~I)Of m = gbel'l)Of ; «./ftniib 
ni nobility (bgi. ^Ibel 1); in ben (engiiWen) 
.^ftanberljcbcn to raise to the peerage, roeits. 
to ennoble; 6rl)ibung in ben .^.ftanb being 
made a member of the nobility, in final. 
biiw. : being raised to the Upper House; 
.^.-ftolj : a) m aristocratic pride; b) a. proud 
of one's noble descent; ~fud)t /, <>.'fürl)tig 
a. longing (ftätfer: hunting) after a (noble- 
man's) title. — i8al. ou* 9lbeU=... 

Slbete (--") npr.f. @ unb @ (m.) = 
gibeline. [Adelaide. ( 

Slbel^eJb (-«-) npr.f. @ unb @ (»n.)/ 

0b(Ejli9 (■^(")") (S'b. I a. noble; e-e .^e 
SDame a titled lady, a 1. of noble birth; 
fie ift ^ F CO. she has a handle to her 
name. — II 9l~e(r) w, 9J~e f nobleman, 
lady of title; engS. peer(ess). 

Slbcline (-"-") npr.f. @ unb ® (ffln.) 
Adelina, dim. Addy. 

Qbein (-") I vja. @d. to ennoble; er 
ift gcabelt he has been made a lord (a 
baronet), nut )petiiiiiiid6: he has been knighted. 
-II9l-v.«^'c.u.iUbclun9/"@ ennoblement 

3lbelfe=... (-"...) in 3fffln. I mft: ... of no- 
bility, a», «.-brief w, «./biplo in n patPTit 

ofn. — II iB|b. SaUe: ~bud) n (gnglanti; 
peerage, Debrett's ; ,x-l)crrfd)aft f aristo- 
cratic rule; »vtoinMier f Upper House, 
House of Lords; ~frone f coronet; ~« 
lejifou M, ^regifter « = ...bud). — ssgi. o.l 
9lbC})t (--i) llt.J m ®) adept. I3lbcl=.../ 



• f. 6. IX) : F fam ilifit ; P !Bol(§fDrad)e ; F ©aunerfprad)e ; \ feilen ; f alt (and, 

= ( 24 ) = 



geftorben); * neu (au« geboren); Aunridjtia; 



Xit'Stlöitn, bic abfQrjnngen unb bir objffonbfrttn DfincTdingnt (Ä— •) finb ootn erfMrt | -(IDCr ilTtCrj 



916fr ('^) f lA 1. anal, blofid-vesscl ; 
('idild')^ vein; (2d)Iafl.)~ artery; path. 
flühtnt.. hcniorrlioiilal vein, pilan pl.; j-m 
fine ^ öjintn otrt fdjliigcn, jitr ^ Inflcn to 
bleed {f flg. to drain) a p.; man l)at ihn 
flarf jiir - ßclnljfn he has bled (or lot 
Mood) freely Iau4 fig.); fig. fr l)Qt ffiiie 
f.iijdjf ^ (an ftd)) ho has not a irrain of 
de<-eit in him. — 2. fig. |cinf (bld)t(ci{d)() 
^ fli({;t he is in the rein; (cine ^ (linlngr) 
jii tt. l)ol)tn tx) have no taste (or talent) 
lor a til. — 3. tiiin. vein; J^ lode, seam; 
^ In «lair, in (itrlftrintn ic, au4 : I'lnud, flaw. 

Vbrp..., flbfr«... (^"...1 in 3*lan: ~binbf 
f — -.luii'binDc; /%/bruif) m broakinir of 
a blood ■ vessel, C7 phleborrliapo; «/fUt« 
{iinbiinfl fpnih.: to phlebitis; .^förmin a. 
bavin? tlio form of veins; .N,flf|d)tDulft f 
pri I fi. : iU nuennsm; /^tfaut f, ,^iidüt(t\tn »: 
Ö cliorojil iiienil>rune (of tlir- eye):~(notril 
r«,~fropf rM/Ki^A.:'27 vari.T;~lQ({ m(sr]i. 
oii4 n, \ f) mirg. blei'din;,'; >%<lnji-br(fcn »i 
■"urg, bleediinf-liiisin ; .x.laf|-billtir f Miirg. 
banlni'p; ^(a^-tifrn n giag. l.inrel; ^• 
Inflril n libedin»,'; .^laflrr m: O phlebot'i. 
riiivf ; ^lab'funft f: -Tt phkliotoniy ; ~prff|f 
f Kiirg. tourni<|Uet; rs,Xti^ a. viiti<d; .^• 
ji^Iag m pulsation, pulse; ^utitrrbiitbrii 
n tyinjf up a vein; /wloafitr « pligxiol. 
lynijili ; siTUin (of blood). |vcin, vtinlet.l 

'iibfrrtifii, 'Jibrrlfin (-"-) n dh. small/ 

abiorifl, Qblf irifl (-(")") a. iwb. veined, 
full of veins; Don t^^rI(!ci^r1^: clouded, flawy. 

abfrn, äbtrii (-"J via. cid. to mark 
Kith veins. I noiie-fraft /'^ adhesion. I 

«bijdiion 47 (—(")-) llt.l f €9. «bljo./ 

nbl)OJiD :? (■^--1) III. I a. ^b. adhesive. 

abirii, 'Jibiru (a-bio) |ir.| int. a. n ei,P 
OOjro i"-J iiuüwu.l, pood-hye, adiuu; j-m .». 
\a^(n to bi : a p. furcwell. 

«bi( (--f) lll.l t„ JC wdiled.M.I.). 

«bilm.aint (-""•^) n c, «bilitöt 
( — *'-( f »1 .1'diloship. Igt', adjectivi'.l 

'»Ibirftili (-)-i-'f) |lt.| n w" (/)/. ««4 ..0)) 

'MbjrftiO'... (")■*-!...) In anon mft: adjec- 
tive, I». ~inlj m adj. riause or sentonre. 

rtbir(tlDiid) ("i'^-'ro") a. t*b. nrin gr. 
adjeclivMl : (nlr. ndjeiMively. 

B^" *nbinbant >c. f. *MA|utnnt >c. 

abjiibiiirrrn (-j-^-i") [U.| p/a. en», to 
•djudirafe, til award to. 

flbjlinri ("i-^) |lt.| m <Sti adjunct: (rlnri 
• tv'rlloil) assistiint. 

«bjuflifr'... ("I""...) in Snan. I».: -vfllllt 
»• (rnii;fin(r-of(1fe; >^«|l1)rnllbr ^ adjustinu'- 
srrew;^lO(lflf /'ndjuslinK-lialnnco; <%.IDrrf 
n nattiiic-Mnll. 

objiiftifrfn (-)«•£-) (if.l I p/o d(B. 

I. •fivi(ti* i(. : to Adjust; to test; to irnnire; 
DtDnitn: to siitn. — i. — nn-|iu|^cn. — II tl.x. 
n (ivc. un» ')lbiiiftirruii0/'«9 adju.stnieut; 

»gn nOnirn : Sl/in^' 

«Ibjutnnt ("I-'') III.) m U adjuUnt; 
rinri ownnoi«) aido-do-cnin|i. 

Vlbjutiinliir (-J—'') f M adjutAncy; 
•tiifl' ol the roninmndor-inchicf. 

'illblrr (-'") w i»<»a. enKle, inngcr .^ (^» 
inufli» »(, ^(t)fn «) enfflot. 

Ilbltr..,., OblfP... ("-...) In snjn. I nrin ; 
e.kiflo-..., tV. 'vAlinr n, /vblilf m e.iKle-i>yi< ; 
•vflllt f orn e.lKleowl (.•>■.'«■« x /'m/o) ; /vflllD 
m I'airle.tliK'lit. -- II V\t niu« 'väUdlfl 

II. entrle- (or knen-leyed . /vioril i i» braku 
[itft-m wiMiii'na), /%.(cli|orft m pyry; «^ 
jiutflr« n eairlxt; ^iialr /^ a>|iillinu nosn; 
^orbrn »» oidor of tho (rod or blatk) 
i-airle; .^fttill tti mm. P«^l«>stonp. 

nblifl (-") i. iibdifl. 

Ilbniiral ("--) |ht.I »« » 4- un» :o. 
.'«dniiral , (e «mriititm«) red admiral ( /'i>^i lio 
tamlm'mtm). 



tibmiralttät (-"^-) (or) /'«#admi| 
rally (m anaunb: the Admiralty Marine 
miniflrriuml. i 

Wbniirolitä»».... ( "...) i« 8f!««. »».: 

~omt w, .^brt)brbr f, ~flrrtd|t n Hoard 
(or Court) of Admiralty; .%,initln fipl., 
gf igt: Admiralty Islands (f. M.I). 

fibinirale-... ("-"...) in ".Pan. ■•in : ad- 
miral's .... )». /»-floflBt f adniiral'a flag; 
,»<|diiff " tlat'-sliip. 

«bolf, «bolplj (H) nprwi. % (Oa.) 
Adolph(us), dim. I>olph(iis). 

)lbOniil ("-") inr. etn 9t I npr.m. 
tiiyth. (Iittnri 30n«Iinal Adonis. — II «. ¥ 
-I'lli'fSdirn »I I pheasunt'a eye (Ado mm). 

aboniid) (--"j a. 6*b. pro», .^(tr Str«) 
Adoni« (verse) (----c). ItodeckouLI 

oboiiiritrfn(""-")r/o.är^a.toaduDi8eJ 

aboptirrrn ("^-*') III.J via. sia, to 
nd'i[it. nfliliate. laffiliation.) 

«boplion (-■'t{i(")-) f «a ad<.pU«n,j 

QbOptiD ('">'-"() jll.l o. 64,h «diiptive: 

a. in SdAn.t» rfl^-finb « ad - ...od) 

child ; ?l/%,-iniitttr /■ ado(,( , i 

?lbrftp...(-"...)in3nän.Ionalcfl„'aötcRf'', 

\'». : ~brbatlr f debate on the address. — 
II iBrirnttic 9Jnr: /^.bud) dire* tory. i^idc; 
<xburrnil « inquiry- (or retfistry-joffice; 
<vfalfiibrrr»i — ».bud) :~fQrtt/' (business-) 
inrd; .N^fontor n — ^bureau: ~)tttrl m 

laul IDairn) label, ticket. 

«brtllont ("'S«) |fr.| m «. ^in f& 
writer (iif a letter); consigTior (of poods). 

«brtnof (-<*-) (jr.) m it, ^in f » 
addressee; dDairn rnpUnaft) consipiiee. 

ttbrtflt (-''-) Ifr.) f (» addre.ss (au« an 
rintn i^&iflrn) : auf Ccirlcn aaft: direction; per 
.^, unter b(r ... care of (c/o); # t« tab* »ir 
tDattn an v^ljrf ... bclBrbcrl ... forwarded ... 
to you or to your address; fit S\n\> nidjt on 
bic Tirtitige -^ griangt they failed to reach 
their destination. 

nbrtlfirrrn (*'>'-") r/a. SI a. to address; 
fnlfd) .^ to misdirect; 9 «ätrt: to consign. 

(ibrrtl ("'') Ifr.l n. 6*b. smart. 

ftbrio (-""lilt.) n/>r. f. inr. f. obriattid). 

91brinnoprl (-^^l^) »pr. n. ^ geogr. 
Adi laiiopli'. 

obriotiid) (-"-'")« 6* b Adriatic: (/^n«;»-. 
"Jt,f9Wrrr lau« «brio! the Adriatic' (.S, a). 

nbrifl. nDrifl (-'"I |. obcrig. 

abflrtnnirrrnb o (""fl->') [It.] a. ^b. 
tiirii. astrin;,'ont. 

flbOrnt»-... (-11)'...) in ?.' •--' ■rill: 
Advent-..., jt». ^jflt ^ Adv. 1. 

fiborrb ("IP'*) », ~ium riv-^i"!") III.] 
■iii ft. gr. adverb; olfl ^ adverbial(ly). 

Hborrlori-tn (-»■* '(")"') |H.| -Ipf- •'»••'. 
wnste-boiik, jiiiirnal 

llbDofat (^ii<--) jit.) m ^ I 
I Rrftilanirnlil si'linlor, tti t>l«tTa4>> ' 
barrister; |-II <Ead)r all ^ fObrrn toderend 
(Bfiie. to conduct! a p.'i raj>e; bir «ea(ti( 
f-nt »rn onDtitraiirn to put the matter in 
a s<dicitor'H I - '••'• ••■r's) handa; f-n ^rn 
(aii)nrbnicn I <-ouna«d ; all ^ prut- 

lijifrcn f" pr:w ; -•■ i r ftdlow) the law. 

tlbl)Ornlrn<...(' IV ..liii<)f..V««a«r« i«.: 

~fltbUt|r f lawyer I I. •.■(><): ^fi • 
lawyer's trick: .^^fltimbfr m 

rierk ; ^(lanb Ol. ..w|Ull|l f the \ltu , lrrt«w. 

IIm' lecnl pri'fi ssii.n 
flbpornlnr i i<< - 'i <^ O ■<!: Iriral pro. 

fi'SMiMl . Jill .i; ' "r,\ ]v. !.i t'l' <-.'»lled 

to tlin liiir , ' . 

obMiirrni , .. - ,.; , - .. • — 
to practiao (or follow) the law; to plead 
(ln'fore a court) 

n-rro«.,.. »tt»:... bhu o e^...) (|t*.) 

f, . tj« 

««roatatMMiU). 



) M ^b. (d, 

lit- V. 

niTt 1^») m ^ I. to. «■«.: Ini 

■»ivtil4n, n4<4*wlB«in) ap« IM "■■' 
aclAwiavrc) monkey. — i. ••. c 
dlbioD:'(!»<r^r - ■ - ' ■' •- '- 
ormtflfr -^ v 
»«I. Wor.Qo. ., 

ftinkmi) the 

ftintm -n . 

over w • 

grtrfiitii 

foolishly lond of a p. — 4. »i r 

knapsack. — ö. F iSaiM) tintn 1 

l)flbcn r to be half-sejut-<>ver. 

Vftrtt (^1 III.) m 9 emotioa: (3B>««bul 
ardour, warmth. 

offrrtirrrn (-*--) ffi.l I r'n. Jia. to 
affi-ct, to sham. — II afirttirrt a. zi.» 
af! !; bo# "aftfff.frit a!T.-. t..- 

ti' . (outward) show. 

alicdlod I- -) a. ^b. uninipftsstooed. 
cod and cniloi-ted. Ifrum pMsioo.1 

«flrrtlorifltrtt {^ — ) / «# freedooil 

äfitii {^^) I r,a i\ a. 1. to ape, t<i miaic. 

— S. (|*v»ni) to (be)rool. to mock, F to 
qnir. — II ^i<v n *»r. w. Äffrrri. 

«Arn-..., affrn>... ('"...) <■ 3*i«. I «rtt 
monkey-..., i9..^l|an« n monkey-house. - 
II ei». itiot; ««.art ^ sp<'<-i>-s of »pat: nr^ 
^nrf monk'' apish. O 

siniious; .,.c. • lir*«»"'"? 

speed; «.brolbauni « »i i.i * 

(/(f/imao'nia digi'n in\; >^fign f f ^ 

— »gtiidjt : >s/grfd)lr(t)t « ni'iiü.v tncn., 
C7 quadrumana; /«.griiitit n n; ■' '■ • • 'i--. 
uirly irrinia.e; ».(omobir { ' 
foolery; «vfoiiig m •■■ ■ ■> 
/Kini'ar««); «vlirbf f ' 

parents); >winaftig a ^ ^•■■■.i.^. ^j-i 
»w pur(-dop); ^fdionbf f (Treat or 
iliilous (F beastly) shame; ^li' ' 
a) monkey's t.iil; h) F ^</. h» 
^Ipifl n, ^ftrrirti "i ' ■ 
in^': -«.Rtribdirn « t.^ 

oflrntiaft ('*»~) a. 9ib. • afTnf«ntg. 

"Jifftr (-^"1 m «da. mocker, F quii. 

nnrrri. Üflrrrt {^') f % \. (ti44tm>| 
a| — 2. i5«»rr«t •■ 

•t|t| P C^-) rt. 3*b. L - attrnnin.». 

— 2. /fjT. foidish, silly. 
Ülfln(M ir'»"«Cfl «4 1.- 

Wc-.bdjrn. — '2 f'. .• ■ 
offtnirrtni-- 

ttlfl'' -iiiLif* •» 

'■r. •■ . ., ; .1 

:«n» I 





lit.) •• 9 (#) fr. 


{t 


ill.) a. 6b.mt9c*p. 


olA|irrrn 


'-;) UM /"••"• 




\ mlm\ «t my 



M, «.tritfiibrir* * 

traveller |ctHiHni-<« .•«•,, | 

«Infanrr (•*'»» « Ma. «rta / M.I 



» «l>ifffn|«o|l; © 3t(tnif; X S'trgboii ; ^ 
.^UIit:TSA .V/)A.-/;.s-. /)f (;>(// / ,V(.;. 

IIa.M) l.\l> .'<CHl I Al XiAllK. 



ViiMAr; «I V.r.rtnr; « tflnn^r, • (onbfl; « V«n. wk 



4 



f5lftCr=«». 5Ifflb...] Substantive Verbs arc only givep, if not translated by act (or actiou) of . 



.. or ...m^. 



after...., a~'... {'"...) inSüan. I su?lftcv: 
1. /)(i(/i. ntfifl: ... of tlie anus or rectum, 
I». ^OorfiiU "I falling (or dropping or 
bearins: down) of the anus or rectum. 

— 2. CO. a. anal ..., »S?. ~floiit f anal tiu. 

— U ail itm aU ancinfKtfnbe prp. tttaltctcn 
öfter (naiätbiiket) mtitt: fal^;e ..., spurious 
..., pseudo-..., jS. «^bfrebfamfcit /■ false 
(or spurious) eloquence; ~pl)ilofoj)l)it /" 
pseudo-philosophy; /vWcioljfit f, ~luiÖ 
m spurious (or sham) wisdom. — HI Sib- 
gäSe : «va^orn ^ "I sycamore (Acer pseudo- 
;.i(i';««iivi;~aUibaltcr"i»>M';i.alabastrites; 
•%>biriie f ent.: C? audrena (Andre na); /v« 
bilöung f: a) /»n/A. nuilformation ; b) semi- 
tJiiiation, spurious culture; /vblott, ~' 
bldttdjrii ^ n stipule; ^biirgc m second 
(or counterObail; ~birt)fct "i would-be 
poet;-vbülbe^/':';7cyma:~bolbcii'fiJrmi9 
^ a.: O cyniose: -^flcbilbe « path.: O 
heteroplasm;~9flrljrinnircitfsham erudi- 
tion, Fsmattering: ~ßclcl)rtc{r) tn pseudo- 
scholar, Fsmatterer; ^glaube m supersti- 
tion; -v^fll n agr. aftermath; <x/fegel m 
math.: C7 conoid; /^fegfl'förmifl a. co- 
noid(ai); /vfiitb n: a) posthumous child; 
b) bastard; ^flniie f hunt, dew-claw; ~. 
to\)lt f waste (of) coal ; -N/foni n grain left 
after winnowing; /«^Icbcr n Ecöutima^nei : 
heel-piece (inside a boot) ; ~If ^(c)n n mesne 
(or arriere) fief; <x/mc^l n coarse flour, 
pollard: ~inicte f sub-tenancy; ~mictcv 
iH. ~mict*iuaiin m sub-(orunder-)tenant; 
~iiioo5 y H al?a; ,>,pa(()t f underlease; ~' 
Pächter »1 sublessee; ~rebcii vln. (\f.) hihl. 
ron i-m .^reöcn to backbite a p.; ^bcr« 
frnri)tcr, ~»er^eitrer ^^ m underfreighter ; 
«.Bermicteii, ~Bfr})nd]ttii via. to underlet, 
to sublet; ~oeriiiicter m one who under- 
lets ; ~otrniictiing, ~ocr<)at^tuufl /'under- 
)ettin7, subletting; «..DoUmndjt f entail 
(-nif-nt); .%,)iieftn n inferior being; /vtoifjeu» 
fdjaft f sham science. 

ägati)(4 (-->') a. S.b. geogr. ä.^,c 3nfcln 

ixf :I.:',£i,i.ifn.rera.äi-tr.t(i. .»1 p. (il t.l.'EgatCS. 

«gone ^ ("-lo") [grc^.] f ® agave 
[Agave); omerilanlfdje ^ American aloe 

\A. a}nericci'ua}. 

«gone-... ("-m"...) insngn,»». : Mafer f 

pita(-tibrel (from Agave ri'gida], &C. 

...ttßt (ä'-Q') Um 5ianj5i. cntletnte CnbiilSc, 
it^0(6 wfifl f: a) in 9Böttern ftj. Urfptung?, }S. 

(»tagt /■(= jr. etage »0 :c.; b) an beutWe 

iSirttt angtSänat, jB. SteUoge f 2C. 

oge-ifc^ (--") a. ^b. geogr. ^^el iUleer 
I'gTie^ifittl 3nf4:m:tr) Jigcan Sea. 

«genbe (-^•^) [(t.) f ® 1. rel. ritual; 
liturgy. — 2. (3Kjtftu4) memorandum- (or 
uotf'.)boolc. 

«gfnsi o (-i-) fit.) n @ (pi. «agenti-eii 
ai: '«gtuii-en: ">'tB(-')") chm. agent. 

«gent f-^) [lot.] m @ agent, (politit^et) 
fharge d'affaires; ft commission-agent; 
({>■ Enttn unS füi 3nietatt) Canvasser; (gc. 
Ximtx) emissary. 

«gentfij.... '("«"...) m SRgn: ~gcbü^r 
f, .N-proDijion f commission; ~|teUe f 
ajf-ncy. f /■ jj agency(-business).| 

«gfiitfeftoft ("•*") f ®, Slgentur (->'-')/ 

«ggloiiifrot <& (■'— -j [It.| n @, ,viou 
(■-— tE(")-) /■ ii agglomeration. 

Hggrfqat («--) '[(t.l n % aggj-egate; 
~'luitoiii) m physical c<jndition. 

frtu ("---) lit.] via. @a. to 
to incorporate; Ü CfRjitre ... 
t..» aiia<;h ... to (ft regiment). 

Oßfl«ffi» (^-i) [It.] a. ^b. aggressive. 

«gibe (---) f <& myth, aegis, »tUe. 
»hi^ld ; unter i-8 .^ under a p.'s protection. 

Sgibiul» (--(")-) npr.m. ^ Jigidius; 
(9i.J <■«: r Giles. 



ogicreii(---) [It.] f/«- d).) @a- 1- to act; 
(eine iRone Ipiden) a. to play one's part. — 
'J. JXt to maiioauvre. 

»iigiuct (--) m ®, ~iii f @, öginctiftf) 
(„iv/) (I. itb. üginetan. 

9lgiO ® (cigenlli* ä'-bCji) ; mfl ieboiS a'-Ql-c) 
[it. I n # (ilHelitmevt) premium. 

Slgiotngc % (ä-Qlö-tä'-Q°) f ® stock- 
jobbing, stock-exchange operation. 

aigiotciir ® (ä-ql-B-ta'r) |fr.] m @ u. ® 
stock-jobber, stock- exchange operator. 

ogioticreu ® (ä-Ql---) I fr.] vjn. (().) 
@a. to operate (or gamble) in stocks. 

9i[gi8.(e-r)f(^iittercv (^"-(^)^"v) ,„ @a. 
brandisher of the aegis (= Supitcr). 

ogitatovift^ (^—^-') a. @b. agitating; 
.vC SfjQtigteit demagogic(al) activity, weiis. 
propagandism. 

ogitiercit ("--") [It.] vja. nnb vjn. (I;.) 
@a. to agitate, to stir (up). 

Slglci (--) I ^ m ®, r^if ® columbine 
(Aquilegia). — \\f@ med. = ?ltelei 2. 

aguotifri^ ("-") [lt.] a. @b. agnatic. 

9lgitc8 ('i'^) «j;r.f. tnt». (sOn.), 9lg«cfe 
(^-^") ^ @ u. @ Agnes. 

Stgiioftifer ca ("■i^") [gvd).] »« @a. uub 
ftgiioftijdf) a. @b. agnostic ; 9lguoftijigmu8 
(«^"«i^) m @ agnosticism. 

?lgroffe ("-^") [fr.] f @ clasp. 

9lgrar>... (^-...) in sUgn mft: ... agrarian, 
J». ~Dcrbred)ett n agrarian crime. 

9lgrnri-er ("-(")>^) w @a., ogrovifd) 
("-") a. @b. agrarian. 

2lgvifultur (v'^-'-i) lit.] f @ agriculture. 

SlgrifnUur»... ("^"-...) in SK-ietungen mft : 

agricultural ..., jSB. rJiM n agr. people. 

9lgroitom ^2? ("--) [gvd)-] »« @ agri- 
culturist; /N-ic (^— -) f® (n.pl.) agricul- 
turism; O^ifrf) ("--") a. @b. agricultural. 

Sigljpteu (-''") npr.n. @b. p'eo^'r. Egypt. 

9(gl)pter (->'-^) »i @a., Sgiiptifrf) (-''") a. 
@b. Egyptian. | ((§;) Egyptologist.) 

9i[gl)ptoIog(e) lo (-^■^^(-^) [grd).] >» @/ 

0^ (-) int. ah!, oh!, pooh!; .„ tt)a§! 
oh no!, not at all! 

a-^0 ("-) int. ah!; oft ironiW: oh so!, 
oh ho!, ha ha!, now then! 

9l-f)QSio (-'^-) npr.m. @ Ahaziah. 

9t-^aeiber (-"to-) npr.m. @ Ahasucrus 
(Cfiiiet 1, i), mi): wandering Jew. 

9lt)Ie e (-") f ®, Weniger gir. 9HjI {") 
in @l giDutimiiiSerei: awl; typ. bodkin. 

9lf)I(C»)'-. «~=- (-(^)-) inSW^fli meid: 

awl-..., }S3. ^förmig a. awl-shaped; /v- 
marfjcr m, ~jri)ilüeb jh awl-maker, -smith. 

Qljmeii (-") r/a- 1§ a. gäücr .^ to gauge ... 

9lömiiig A (-"^l f @ draught of a ship 
(= 2ßaiter=trQd)t). 

9U)U (-) )w @a, ^tm®, ^tf@ u. ~in 
f® ancestor, ancestress; im awciten ®rabe : 
grandfather, grandmother; ^cn ^.>/. (3or. 
fasten) ancestors, forefathers, coll. an- 
cestry; 9lbelige pi. Don fc(^3el)n ^tn, auii: 
noblemen with sixteen quarterings. 

9tl)n<... (-...) in 3f--fe^ungen, }«.: ~f)eVV m, 
,^frnu f ancestor, ancestress. 

of)nben (-") vja. ig/b. (läa^cn) to avenge; 
(tabfln) to censure, (beftiafen) to punisil ; b.iä 
Setbtet^en iDurbe on il)m gealjnbet he suf- 
fered (punishment) for ... 

9l^iibuii9 (-") f @ revenge; reproof; 
(girafc) punishment, chastisement. 

Ö^licln (-^) Bin. (i).) u. virpt: @d. j-m 
.„ to have (or bear) a slight resemblance 
to a p.; firi) (en.) ^ to resemble one another. 

allien (-^) vja. u.vln. (().) @a. (oetmutcu) 
to di vine ; (Doit)ctie^cn) to foresee, foreknow ; 
c§ Qljnt mit nid)t§ ®utc§ I have strange 
forebodiiiL-'s; etmaS .v, lajjcn to foreshadow 
a th.; bie Sßorjeic^tn lafjcn ba§ Jlonnnenöe -^ 
coming events cast their shadows before. 



9l^ncn=..., oI)nen<... (-"...) in Sffsn- 1 mft: 
ancestral ..., jS. «.-bilber njpl. ancestral 
portraits pZ. ; ~fool m ancestral hall. — 
II !8fb. Qaüe: ~probe f proof of noble de- 
scent or of nobility; /v/tcilje/' (noble) line 
of ancestors; ~ftolj m u. a. pride, proud 
of one's (noble) ancestry or pedigree; 
/x/tofcl f genealogical table or tree. 

öJjnlic^ (-") a. (g,b. 1. resembling; 
j-ni .X, fciu obex fcljen to have (or show) a 
likeness to a p.; to be (or look) like a p.; 
ein jum Sprechen .^c§ ^Povtrat a speakincr 
likeness; cr ficljt fid) nid)t mctjr.., one would 
not recognise him; bn§ ficht 3l)nen gans ^ 
that's just like you, F that's you all over. 

— 2. similar (or agreeable) to; icft fjobe 
nie et. 9ll^c§ geicl)Pn I never saw the like 
(of it); ^e 23cgrifje analogous ideas; ...e 
©tilde corresponding (math, homologous) 
parts; ^ ninc^cn to assimilate. 

9UjnIitpfcit (-"-) f @ 1. resemblance 
(to or with a p.); frappante ~ striking 
likeness. — 2. iig. (©leic^förmigteit) analogy, 
math., 4c. similarity, (ScrwonbtWaft) affin- 
ity; tiefe Sprache I)at cici .x, mit bem SRuffi' 
fc^cn ... is very much like Russian. 

9i[l)Ulirf)tfitg.... (-"-...) in Sf-'fetjungen, J-D.: 
~teuiljciri)eil n (».spetfonen) mark of resem- 
blance; «..frijluB»« argument (or inference) 
by analogy; />.,öcrl)ältin8 n analogy; /x,- 
jcit^en n math, sign of similarity (J). 

9lf)mill8 (-") f ® I. (SJorgefüt)i) presen- 
timent, foreboding, (fc^lintme) misgiving. 

— 2. (iBotfteUung) idea, (Wrgmo^n) suspicion; 
id) Ijntte feine ^ bauon I had no idea of it; 
F er t)at teinc blaffe ^ baoon he has not 
the slightest inkling (or notion) of it. 

9tJ)UUlig8>...,0,v.>... (-"...) in Sflgn. I ai;a!og 
„?H)nung, al)neii", js.: o.'gabcf,~fvoft/'.~> 
bcniiögcun faculty of foreseeing,prophetic 
gift. — II sBfb. göBc: ~bnii9 a., «N^groH-ciib 
a. (Körker) full of anxious presentiments; 
f^Ao'i a. free from misgivings; /vDOU a.: 
a) = .vbnng; b) uon Sateen: ominous. 

n-l)Oi J/ (--) int. (Suvuf) ahoy! 

9l-l)0VU ^ (->*) m (®) maple(-tree); groß- 
blättriger (a. meiner), in (Suglanb »iel gejogenei 
.v sycamore (Acer pseudo-pla'tamm). 

91Ö01«...., 0~.... (^•i...) inSffgn. I meifJ: 
maple-..., jS. ~l)OUig m maple-honey. — 
II iBib. gsUe: ~nrtcil ^ fipl. ta aceraceu' : 
^mnjer ^ f bird's-eye maple; ~föufe f 
chm. aceric acid. 

o-l)Oilien (-'^") a. @b. (made of) maple. 

9il)rc ^ (-") f @, dim. 9it)rd)en n @b- 
spike (of grass, &c.), ear (of corn); in .^n 
fdjicficn to form (or shoot into) ears; ^n 
tcfcn to glean. 

9ilf)reit<..., ä^reit'... (-"'...) inSl.Oelungen: 
,x.befrQll}t a. crowned with ears (of cornj ; 
~bimb m sheaf; ~fclb n, ~flnr f corn- 
field in ear; ^förmig ^ a. spicate(d); ~' 
früd)te flpl. cereals ^?.; ~Ieie f, ~lcffn n 
gleaning; ^lefcrdn /') m, ~faiiiiHler(iii/') 
m gleaner; ~reiri) a. rich in corn(-fields); 
/>/ftöllbi9 ^ a. spicate(d); «..trogciib ^ «. 
spicose. Iciferous.l 

äl)rig ^ (-") a. (gjb. spiked, Qj spi-j 

at (-} int. 1. (Sdjmeu) oh ! — 2. (gteube) ah ! 

9l-i (--) M (gl 20. = fyaul^tier. 

S*~ 9ltd) ... f. eid) ... 

9libe (ä'-D°) [fr.] m @ flartenfjiiel: partner. 

9l-iS d" (-") n inv. A sharp. [adjust. \ 

oiufticrcu ("j"-^^) [fr.J via. cja. tof 

9UQbeJUtc (^^^-) [grd).] f @ mib (gi 
academy ; DJlitglicb bcr engl. ~ (ber Jliinftcl, 
a. oft : (Royal) Academician (R. A.) ; bUm. 
= ..=ftüc!. 

9UnbemiC'... (""^-...) in3fifli',}S.:/^ftücf 
n academical study or figure. 

9lfobcmitcr (•^^-^^) tn #a. academician. 



Signs (1^- ice page IX) : F familiar; P vulgar; F flash; \rare; t obsolete (died); "new word (born); h.\ incorrect; <ö scientific; 

= ( 26 ) ^ 



The Signs, Abbrerittiom and det Ob*.(9— •) ar« «tplsinad at '■ 



afabrini|(f| («"--^) a. 4*1». acadi-micfal); 
^ct ibiirfltr rcsidiftit mcinbfcr of a uiiiver- 
sity, Briie. irritluat«; j-m t-f -.« SÜiiröc tr« 
ttilin tf> confor a detfr«« upon a p. ; ^f 
Scad)! acadeniicalH pi., intntiant a. cap and 
gown. I Acadia, |c(t: Nova Scotia. | 

nrabi-rn ("-("J") npr.n. Wb. grogr.) 

Wfobi-er (--(")") m ®a., afabiid) (--^) 
a. 6il). A(adian. 

9iraiou * (-'"OQ) m ^ 1. .x,('6auiii wi) 

acajou(-tr(;L') (Anam'rilium), auA : 'iisliow- 

uut-tni-. - 2. .x,('l)ol) «) — 'JJIiil)iifloiii. 

üfofolffti|d)(-^'^'^")|0r(t).|a.^b./)ro». 
(oftnt ((i(:lf)I()( am CAIufl«) acataluctic. 

ntaji-t <f (--(>')") |grd).| /■ Ä acacia; 

lincd)t( .«,, au(ti: lociist-troe {Uobi'nia patufl- 
acaria). | 2. »ifrf. (Sajt|.flfl4n?flt) whitlow. | 

»Ifflti f-i— u. — -) /■ W 1. •♦ - Digiti./ 

'ilffn l'^-) npr.n. S4 f/eoffr. Acn.'. 

'«fllniiiotioii (— t|i'(")-) lit.) /■ C»: 
butd) ^ luiililiii to i;k'ct by acclaniiition. 

alfliiiiatilirrrii ("—«•£") [u.) I I'a. Sia 
to acciiniatiHit; fid) ^ to bocoim' ncrli- 
niatisi^d. — II il^ » ovo. u. Ufdiiiiati- 
firriiiin f 4» iici'liinutiüation. 

atromiiiobicrtn (««s-^«) [li.| $^a. {Idi .«. 

vjrrp. to adiipt 0.8. to. 

Wrforb (^•i) Ifr.] »I « 1. J" chord; har- 
mony {a. flg.). — 2. tiR O IbtbungcnetVitil) 
oricu airri'ed upon; (»ciüiHriungmjcontrnct; 
in ~ nrbcittn (übtriicl)iucn) to do (to undir- 
tnko) piocc-(or job-)work; oiij ~ by con- 
tract; i. b(r tin« ?lrb{il in .>. niniml ci'ii- 
tractor. — S. V (DcrgifiA) sottlcnient, nui 
brn OtiiuMgrtn ; urriinLr>'nii'nt, conipo.>iiti(iM ; 
Den .s. jiiftiinbc bniigni to come to terms 
(with ono'.s creditors). 

'ilfforb'... ("'...) in 8f..fe|un(i«n. I onalcfi 

„ VKfüi b", t«.: ~brbinRiinBrit flpl. ttrniH/>/. 
of composition. — II e^t.Räiif: «vOrbtit / 
pioce-(or tn.sk-)work; ~arbtitrr m piece- 
worker, jobber. 

offorbiftfii H^i-) Ifr. I I'/o. u. I'In. (().) 
6).a., Mb. IK to arriiM^ru, to compromise; 
to ri'iiipoiiiid with one's creditors. 

nrrorbion ,f (-««>») n 9$ accordion. 

«ffrrbttiD ("-"-f) Ifr.l n iH credentials 
fjl.: m icii.ils/)/.) of indit. 

Vlttinnulntor O (>'->'-^"| |it.] ,„ 4$ (ost. 

<iitluiis|i!m7luMpri<t(Tii f-i ffiati) acrumiliator 

llifl. 
tronj. 
Onbunfll f M I«, pi.) — eorfllnll. 

nrftilatio (-^---1) |lt.| )/( >v »«cnsative, 
objfi tivo las«); ben ^ rcflicnnbiS ytitroort 
activo (iir triinsitiviO vrrb. 

nronitilt ^^ (— •-) Iflrd).] n 4d( (».;>/.) 
e/im. (jiltlgt» lni.iU'\b , t'a« Hi: N^i) Moni- 
tine. I iKacfltriniri) acut vled(in.\ 

•Jlfotnlrboiif to i ( --) Iflrib.l f IIJ 

llUruliiil (---) Igrdj.l m M acrobat, 
(clever) (fjninast, rope-dancer. |lmHc.| 

nfrobniilrt) (-"-") Igrd).) a. ö*b. acro-l 

Ififioiiülic (--J"-) Igrd).) fiuv. acropolis. 

<{irrüflirt)üii (-*^"t) (gtd).) n i» prog. 
(SaiiMijirtl.tii) acrostic. 

Wft (■^) m M 1. iCantlun«) act(ion); .^ 
bet Slti'lllUCtillllig desperate deed; Don (I. 
^ ndjnirn to take (ofllcial) notice of a th. 
— 2. thra. (Kuliufl) act. 

Wft'... (*...) in .snan. I anJioj „Wft", |». : 
<s>fd)lllf| Ml Ihrit. end of nil act. - II «Ik. 

0«n : ^ntobr 11 n life model. 

«fit (■*") f U, »lb. .11 />/. deed! />/.. 
(Icjral) ihicunients />/ ; in bif ^n tintraiun 
tu reirister; nnd) I^iirdjjiibt btr .«n alter 
searching (i>r exainiiiinir) the deeJ.1; jii 
btlt ^n (ob. aii ueia) ItQcii to put (ur lay) 
un tliti slleir, to slu'lre (aftn fig.). 

Uritn...., nrtrn-... (*-...) 1* .siijn I jnjicj 
,.'.1llr", 1'." ^Pfrfrl »1 cover for l-rnl .l.-.n 

^Mii|| "1 ; ■ 



iV)U)'U |t •■ •• UMfmvtiH «-« M tUTi; 111,« Ulli (1111 V' 

nfrurnt (---) |lt.l a. ^b. — forgfili 
«ffurotftlf ("-->*-) |.\ (t. nut jroi 



rjfdeed.S -IISr'aRbrn^JU« ~(a0ci(rl»iln), 
/v^fft 1 nie (or roll) of hffai doeum^iits, 
reifister; «vfanimtr ^office of the rollg; 
<^niappr f portfolio ; ^mäftig a. docuni'-n- 
tary; o^nimfd) HI, >vrritrr m r'dtupi.>,t; 
'^\&\m'\txtx m quill-driver; M,fd)ranf m 
(lawyer's office-J shelves pi.; ~id)rfibfr 
m lawyer's (copying-) clerk; ~ftiirf » 
official document or deed; >vtt)ibrig a. 
contrary to authentic records. 

«rtif • (<J|fe(-)-) f « shore (in a 
.joint-stock company); .^nau<iicbcii,binl;fn 
to issue, to hold shares; mit .^n mudjcrn, 
in -^n jpctiilicrcn to gamble (or speculate) 
in stocks or sliiire.^. 

«ftl-tn.... • («Ife(-)-...) I» 8fla". I »ft ; 
..of shares, stock. tS.^^ouSgabr /', -v/fmif. 
flotl f issue of shares i.r stock. — II S b. 

i'^aOi: >N/abid)ni(t »1 < (ion, (dividend-) 

wnrrniit; /-vbanf f I'Mit. stock bank; »»/• 
(bifribranrrfi / k brewery; »,• 

flfir(lid)nit/'ioiri: ipnny:,„bnnbfl 

»>lsto(l>-Jol,lilll:.';^||l)|||)lfr/»l ^' 

il.'ahr III atnc k^:-,,lll()obfr »1 - 
proprietor (of shares); ^fopita'! n {r<>tu- 
pany's) sbare-enpltal; <s.nia(lrr m stock- 
broker; <«/ntar(t »1 m.irket for shares or 
securities; ^pronit flf f. ~|d)rin »1 share- 
certificate; /v|d)toinbf I »»I mark't-rietriiiL'; 
«vfptfula'nt HI, .«.jpirlrr »1 market-inanl- 
pulator; speculator in sliares; .vtorfrn n 
stock-eichüi ■ -actions pi.; >w}rid|- 

liuno / sul (for a joint-stock 

venture). |shHreholder.\ 

«fli-onnr • (-tfef")"-) | fr. | «1 A» 
ottiD ("-f) (It.l I a. 54 1., active; ^f> 
£iccT standin? army. — II M/«/ n >i, >viint 
("-«") «Ml. g»'. active form or voice; 
2 # Mb. 91^0 pi assets pi., estate; H^o 
iinb 'liiijfiDii assets and liabilities. 

ntttO-... (--|...) tn Sn«n. 1».: «vbtflonb 
m: a) H ut fyuxH efTeetivc (or actual) 
strength of...; b) (0 -- ,fiip;tnl; ^fapila I 
>i. ~niaf1r /', ^brrmögtii » • asst ts pi. 
of a bankrupt's estate; ,^{d)nlbrn V fjpl. 

Ollt^tiiiiillli;r debts, bookilibts pi. 

Ulftiöttnt (— lu--) III. I f •« activity. 

»Ifliinr I---) llf.] in M.^iui (—■'(-)-) 
ni *i let'istrar. 

Wrtu« (--) lll.l ." ^: I .../. «rte) public 
act ; (C«u|f(lri) sj 

»Ifnftif 7} (--Miiiiu I /■ M acoustics. 

«fnllifrr ö (--«««) (grd).! m »fta. 
acoustii'iMii. |ticlal).| 

afiiftifd) ^ (""**') (grd).) n. S»b m-ou«-) 

nfut .-/ 1- '1 1 It.l I« '>*.]>.!>'"'■ 
II "Jl~ 01 1- , il^Ui m y ■!>■ ■»• 

«llaboitfn— --i|n' 

Kllnbiiflrr-..., olabuui . 
ltt«M'"- I "A: alabaster- . . |V. -«.bcild) "i 
alabasler-iiuarry. - II •'». HjD« ^niii.i 
a. alabastrian ; «vtimib f liaiid ns » 1 
alabaster; <^frt|iuiiiirl wi (tear 
bono. I l»r Worker) in ■> 1 

«loboflfrtr (—• J^ 

Qliitindrrii [^•"i") o 

Wlaill (-'-) III >« I.r : 

panu (/'kn'o A».'« niHw). - .' . 
(/<«Hfi Wh«). 

niant»... (""..) iR .1";- j?> ^bffrr f. 
«vbrrtftrnnd) "i V I 
l/i'i/'«-« «i.;iM><ii: ^hini I 

Vllatid) I '■ I "/■• ' \ 

niarm r-'i i!'- ■ ...ü... ^ „,„:,.. 

tk. td)li>gr)t to "" ><m, to call to 

arni», bliiibcr .« lai^i- iwnui. 

marni'... f'...) ii an^i. I ■* alaim- 
iV.^idlufi ^i »I ■^i:l■lM '«hot - II 

fwt: ^ttltfrft r I" sin, «vvotriit. 

eliH-tlli' > III in. |il.;kii.i I 

alarmirrrn («"»i-) [frl »/«. si« to) 
'allium ' hm. aluBi 



f^(fab...-*il(fa...i 



fllaun<..., alaun-... (~^.„) ta s<. vcn^a. 
laft alum- . .i9 'vbabn.^Wiir^.'^.bri^^ 
alum-bath ; ^fabrif f. ^bullt f. «^firbtrri 
f, »vBwrf « © alum-» -' . '-^•-•-- T» 

alum-slate; <s,ritbfrrri I ! 1 

mat: /s,artifl a 
mina (f. Jl.on-(; j 



->.lfbfr " white) . . 

iDOfltr n Ii|i|lnir]''':i •* \'-:r. 

olounfn ©I--') I ■ 1 - atofiteepii 
j alum. — II ll-»/ »1 r ?. 

oloiiM'"!'' njQuuiü,;, u.»-;iH {"•'-J a 

fllboiirtr I I---'-) m fi a. i* ••"■«. 

Hf fin ("---) ^ i). olbonffiid) 

Albanese. I ) 

, tllbani-rn ("-H") npr.n. 4 I 
I alboniid) i^'^) a. i^b. Albanuu. 

9llbntroj !>} (—•*) m ^ itn % om 

.1 I < whit« poplar (/%'|Nt- 

tut aba). — 2. ictoTt««!) surplice, alb. 
albrrn (*-) I a. a*b. silly, Fioft: ^tt 

^Pfiifbmtn absurd conduct or way« pi.; 

, ^(3 itrdutn .u -« - il .. .<.. 

! .«r Wtnid) ♦ 

;Stii9r ^ 
IIS- 

talk t I I 

«lb(. . I 

flibttt (-'-) npi .III. ■ ■ ; 

«Ibfrtint (----) «piY *-■ » 

«Ibigruftr (— s-) . hut. in« 

ettlt üiibiianlic>44) .V. 1/ : albl- 

grnfifdi i-^-'-i ,i, 3*b. .\: 
ttlbtniemuo -5 (--' ' ,.. /W.)ro. 

a. 4 iSarbfloltaaRj«!) i. 

tllbino o (---) m >» a.iiuo; M<Mflrr 

HI leucoithiopj. 

fllbioii i«-'i M. r « s; \ • ' •' ■). 

Ullbrfdjt I ' ' I ' / . 

mibum 1-^-) n H ipi. i. »«' 

«Ibiiuiin la (>"-» lit I n i - 

bumin; >><-papirr © n ^ albttmin-p«t>vr. 

mm- «It ... f. flif ... 

tlld)ttnif Jt. i fllA nif rt. 

tlirtirniiUr t i-d)-''^)/ 9 lad:''amaiitl* 
{AUhrmt :i.i n>'i^'ri(). |alcb«a>j.l 

'«ld)imif (-d)--) '-' -' •'*• ' ' «^l 

«Id)imift(-d)-^)"^ '1- 

miftrrti i-'rt)-*-') ^■^ »f 

I ..r heriiiitie 1 art ; c, | 

.1. itK 



'MI,- III, 'II '.If II 

Jl.,. . ,.-y; ...-,, . 

•" - ynkta 

'Iaa4a. 

...I 

t 



nin 



II 



i>lrtM 

r.- 1 



O madiinery; X mining; ^ uuiitsrj; 4r Diartua; t botniii>al; fß cummwtial; « 



I «Itianbriuit«! (v««»i«») > 
I «Iff • ■ -■- ' • 

! nit 

Ultili: i I Qj«* ' ' 

2 - I J 

•I'liuirii X) nt- I" t'-"«»! 

al)«n|i|| •!■ 

4' 



[^KfC... 51IlC...l Sil bftont. gtrba fmb meift mir gegeben, tnenn fie nid)l act (»b. action) of... cb. . 



.5ng(Qufen. 



«Ilfniib (-"-) llr.l M ® (o.pl.) alfenidle). 

SllfonS t*-*) npr.m. H^,pl- ® (»crname) 
Alphoiiso; alfoililllijd) (""'-") a. ^h.astr. 
al'ounniiilje 5 uf cin /"/;>/. A Iphonsine tebles. 

Sllfreb ('•^) npr.m. ^ (»otiiame) Alfred,! 

Sllfrt.^ro JC. i. lyrcSte. Vdim. k\ti 

«Igarbi-fU ("«'i")") npr.n. @b. geogr. 
&\sAThia, ...ve. [-n 2^1 • al?» P^\ 

«Igt « (-5-) [rt.l f® alffa, sea-weed;/ 

Sllgrbra ^ (^— ) lor.] f 15I algebra. 

olgcbra-iid) C7 {"--") o. ^b. algebra- 
ical) ; 'idiy ^ loicii to solve algebraically. 

«Ugebrü-ift 07 (— ^) tn i^ algebraist. 

olgen-äi)iilirtj, ■nvtig ^ («J^.^") <,. @,b. 
al!r(.»ie)ous. fiKoid(al). 

«Igni-fU ("-(")-) Mjor«. @b. ^eosm 
Algeria; algcriicft ("-") a. @b. Algerian. 

?llgifr (^-) «;>/•.«. @ a. ^r«-»,?»-. Algiers. 

?llgifrer("-"iwi@a.,~i«/"@,Qlgicriirf) 
a ?ib. .Mgeriwf, ...an. 

3llgonfilli> ("''-) »«//jZ. ® (anbioneinomm) 
.Miroiuiuins pi. 

ai-JlQiiibra ("-*-) f ar.l f ® Alhambra. 

Sll-ftibobt <27 (""-") [or.] Z' @ o«<>-. 
(i;pBifi-iintai) alidadle). 

illibi (-"-) lit. alibi = onbcrlirol « @ 
int.: alibi; fein -. nucfeiunt'cn to prove one's 
alibi. I® iui. : alimony.) 

?inmeiit("^>*), jfb./)'. ~c (""'i"j lit.) nl 

9Uinifntationö<...(">"^-tB(")-...)in3fl8n: 
^gelber, /^«foi'tcii pi. allowance (granted) 
tjr (or towards) a p.'s maintenance. 

alinicntieren ('^^■i-^\ llt.J vja. iga. to 
maintain. [(fresh) paragraph.) 

•JUinfO ("-"-) [tt.l n (|ä typ. break,/ 

aliquot O (^"-) lit.] a. @b. math, (o^ne 
Sift flu'jttenb) aliquot. 

«lijoriu o ( — -) [or.] n ® (oi)Mpl.) 
ehm. alizari(n), purpurite. 

Illf [^) m ® (/)/.a..^cn) orn. auk {Jlca). 

alfäijt^ -3 ("-")o.(S,b.^ros. Alcaic; .^e 
Sirie mlpl. Alcaics pi. 

«Ufolbe ("'i") [or.] m @ (Sifter) alcalde. 

mtali & ("--u.-J^-Jlarl n i^,pl.^en 
'"-(")'') chm. alkali; ^ bilbenb alkalige- 
nons; mit ^ Dcrfc^en to alkal(in)ise. 



aifali...., oltoli«... to ( 



«--... a. ■^"-...) 
inSfiä". »»•:~Qrtig a.alkaloid(al); «^ge^olt 
m alkaline strength or percentage; /v>ntc> 
tallt nipl. alkaline metals jd^ 

olfQlinijd) (2? ("--"), oiralilt^ ("-") «• 
£*b. ehm. alkaline. 

olfQlififren O {^-^-^) I via. @a. ehm. 
toalkalise; (in Mitoii oettronbein) toalkalify. 
— II ?U. n @c. unb Slltalifierung f ® 
alkalLsation. 

9llfalo-ib O ("-"-) n ® chm. alkaloid. 

Stlfibf (---^ m @ (fet'tfuits) Alcides. 

SUfo^ol (''"-) [or.] m ® cAm. alcohol. 

JllfO^Ol...., (U^... (^''-...) in Sflan. I meift: 
alcoholic ..., j9. /x-Qt^er »i ale. ether. — 
II s'b. 5jat: ^Drtig, ~^Qltig a. alcoholic. 

olfoDoliid) -27 (v"-") a. ^b. alcoholic; 
^e Wftränfe njpl. ale. liquors, spirits pi.; 
ci'/py .^ oufgcregt alcoholically excited. 

oKa^olijiectn o («--"-i«) p/a. ^a. to 
alcoholise. (alcoholometer.) 

mifoijolomttrr C7 («^-vi^j m ^a. c/jm.j 

«Iforon (■'—J lor.J m 'S n. ® Taljcoran. 

!UlfoD(^-f) m ^, ,v«('i-n)") »I ife Ob. /■ 
fc. »61« : ~tn «I i'«!). tor.) airove; rucess. 

Allu-tn (-^--J npr.m. ^ Alcuin (t 804). 

aU {■i) I a. 54,b. ; pi. Que 1. all ; ..e TOen- 
|i)cn, .vt I'eute, ^e iüell all (men), all 
the world, everybody; .^ bic§ (mein) ©olb 
all this (myj gold; t« lot fie .^t beibe ... 
both of th«;m, ... them both; id) ne^me 
f« mif alien beiben qu| T I defy the pair 
of them; roir ^t we all, all of us; cr 



week (a fortnight); ein für onemol once 
for all; auf ^e gntlc in any case, at all 
events; cor ...en ©ingcn first of all, above 
all (things); in A,er &k in a great hurry, 
r post-haste; in ^tx 5-rül)e quite (or 
very) early, in the early (hours of the) 
morning; mit «.er föcroült (ou4 5J!nd)t) 
with might and main; ^(i 5Jfi^gIid)e all 
kinds of things; loer in ^cr SBelt lönnte ba§ 
[tin? who on earth ...?, whoever ...V, F who 
the dickens ...V; o()ne.x.fn Sroeifcl without 
any (or the slightest) doubt; unter -^en 
Umffänöen under any circumstances; alle 
unb jcbe one and all; [\d) mil all unb jebem 
»cvfragen to get on with everybody; bei ^ 
unb jcber (Sclegcnljeit on every possible 
occasion; tro^ (a. bei) odebcm for all that, 
nevertheless; alle für einen unb einer für 
nlle all for each and each for all, individ- 
ually and collectively; ffififincn.Slnweilung: 
olle ab omnes exeunt. — II SlUeB n (mcift: 
aüti) 2. everything; bn§ ifl QÜe§ that's all ; 
Qllcä eingcntbnet, oUeS evmogen when all is 
said, considering all things; er bat bn§alle§ 
(a. q11c§ ia^) mir für fie getljan he did all 
that only for her sake; er ift jein 9iac§, er 
gilt alles he is his right hand; pe tft fein ?lüc§ 
... all in all to him; er roirb alle§ oufbiettn 
he will strain every nerve; allcS oöer nid)tö 
neck or nothing; aUc§ ju f-r Qe\\ there's 
a time for everything; id) bin aßen alleS 
gctüorben (ufli. i.flot. 9, 22) I am made all 
things to all men; ®ott tt)ciB wer (obn 
raaö) Ql(e§ ba rear Goodness knows who (or 
what) ...; roa§ für Seule finb ba§ nur atlcSV 
whoever are all these people'i* prvb. 6nbe 
gut, alles gut all's well that ends well. — 
6. ab^änflig »on prp.: 5Räbd)en für odeS 
maid of all work; fitft in alleS fügen to 
submit to everything; alleS in allem all 
in all, (up)on the whole; bunbtrt in allem 
a hundred all told; «m atleS in ber Üi-elt 
nid)t not for all the world, f not for a 
pension; tior allem above all, first and 
foremost; ei ift 311 allein fäl)ig ... capable 
of anything. — III aU(e) adv. F (ju Cnbc) 
at an end, all gone; mtin ©elb ift aOe ... is 
spent or has vanished; et. ctl(e) maftcn 
to do away with a th., to finish a th.; P 
bu (annP oUe roerbeni get you gone!, F you 
can take your hook! — IV 3in n @a. 
(0. pi.) (Sffieit-au) universe. 

31U..... oik.. (^...) tnSnan. I mfl: all-..., 
}S8. ,N,bnr«il)fr3ig,~erbarnienb a. all-mer- 
ciful; ,v.ffl)enb a. all-seeiug. — II S8|b. 
gaue: ~nbcnblid) adv. every evening or 
night; ~bcfaniit a. notorious, universally 
known; ,x.beliebt, ~bencibct a. universally 
liked, envied; ~bcH)ältiflenb a. = .^ge» 
roaltig; rJba adv. there; .v^beiitfc^Ianb n 
united Germany ; >vboct \ adv. = .vbo ; /%/• 
erbarmet m God of mercy ; ~erf(^aff er m 
Creator of all things; /x/gcgenluort /"om- 
nipresence, ubiquity; /x/gegciuoärtig a. 
omnipresent, ubiquitous; /%-geinod) adv. 
gradually, little by little; «.-gemein: 1. a. 
general, fiätttt: universal; im .^gemeinen 
in general ; im .^.gemeinen genommen ober 
gefügt generally speaking ; .^gemein madien 
to generalise, to spread; baS .„gemeine 
93efte the good of all, the common weal; 
jur.vgemeinenßenntniä bringen to publish; 
„genuine .«irdjenuerjamniluug ecumenical 
council; .„gemeine Dfaferegeln sweeping 
measures. — 2. adv. ...gemein onerf annt, an= 
genommen universally acknowledged, com- 
monly accepted ;.c§ rcirb .„gemein behauptet 
it is commonly asserted ; ...gemein Derbreitet 
widely spread. — 3. 9illgcmeine(ö) « : bal 



fennt fit „e nidjt he does not know any of lOgemeine unb ba§ Sejonöere generalities 
them; *e jioei (örci) Sage every other and particularities j>i.; 00m (Jin 51 Inen auf 
(third) day; ^e a^\ (oierje^n) Sage once a 1 baS lUIlflemeine fdjliefien to infer from par- 



ticulars to generals, to draw an inductive 
conclusion; /x-gcntcinljeit f universality; 
commonness; «.-gcniein<mad)Hn9 f, «.-ge« 
mein<nierben n generalisation, spread; fv 
gctnein'öerftönblitf) a. intelligible to the 
multitude; r^%tVoa\\ f omnipotence, su- 
preme power; /N-gcWoItig a. omnipotent, 
all-powerful ; >^.<giItig a. universally valid : 
/x/giitiga. infinitely good; ber .„gütige ®ott 
God in his supreme kindness; ~^ierarf«>. 
here ; in our town ; «s/jö^rtg, /x/jöljrlit^ a. u. 
adv. annual(ly); /v.matj)t f omnipotence; 
~niärt)ti8 a. almighty (f. a. ...geioaltig) ; ber 
.„mächtige ®ott God Almighty; ~inad)t8' 
äßort n word of the AJniighty; ~mäl)lir^ 
a. XL. adv. gradual(ly); adv. a. by degrees; 
<s/monQtlid) a. monthly; adv. once a 
month; <v-morgeni adv. every morning; 
«..mutter f mother of all (j!8. nature); 
~näd)tli(^ a. u. adv. nightly, (happening) 
every night; /vfeitig a. u. adv. univer- 
sal(ly); .„feitig betrad)fen, ermagen to con- 
sider (or weigh) from every point of view; 
-vfeitigfeitf universality, versatility (of a 
p.'s mind); ,s,fcit8 adv. = aUer»feil§; 
~fogIeid) adv. immediately; ~ftiinbli(^ a. 
u. adv. hourly, (happening) every hour; 
~tägi8, «vtoglid) o. daily, of daily occur- 
rence; fig. commonplace, usual; trivial; 
.%/tÖ8lirf)feit f, commonplace character; 
triviality; ~t098>... in Sfffin meift: every- 
day ..., ordinary ..., j93. /vtogö'Ülnjng m 
every-day suit (of clothes); /v.tag0«iBefd)iir' 
tignng /"daily (or every day's) task; ^^ 
tog&'föefrijnjö^ n, ,v.togS<®ett)äfrf) n idle (ur 
commonplace) talk ; ~tag§-ßoft f ordinary 
fare; »»/tagg-SJlenfd) m commonplace indi- 
vidual; /x/umfaffenb a. all-embracing; ein 
...umfaffenbeS SBifjen encyclopaedic know- 
ledge; ~Doter m father of all (God) ; ^ber« 
ftnnbltd) a. intelligible to all; ,x.tt)altenb 
a. supreme; /vWiffenb a. omniscient, all- 
knowing; ,%-h)iffenI)eit /"omniscience; /x/« 
loiffcr w a p pretending to know every- 
thing; «..loiffcrei f superficial knowledge; 
«.-njo cj. where; />..ttiöd)entlid) a. (happen- 
ing) every week, C7 hebdümadary;/>/jeiti8 
adv. always, at all times; /x-jH adv. in 
Sffgn mcift : (much or far) too ..., over-..., j». 
^jugenou a. over-particular; ~3ugnt o. 
far too kind; ^juOiel a. too much, over- 
much ;jBrD 6. .„äiioiel ift ungefunb too much 
of a good thing (is good for nothing). 

oDe {'^•^)pl. u. adv. f. all I u. III. 

allebrnt (>*^-) f. all I am gdiiu§. 

SlUee ("-) ffr.] f @ unb (& avenue (of 
trees), walk (between trees); (fi^niale, enge) 
lovers' walk. 

»iUlegat (— -^ ) [lt.] n ®, ~ion ( — 16(")-') 
f® iuriftiW: allegation, quotation (of a 
jiassage). [to allege, to cite.! 

allegieren ("--") fit.j vja. igi,a. (sfb. iut.)/ 

SlUegorie ("— -) I gvd).] f@M.® allegory. 

oUegorifd) {"-^^) a. ^h. allegoric(al). 

aflfgorifteren {-'—^^") vjn. (b.) »fa. (in 

®tci4niiien, »ilbern batfleOen) to alle-''0risp. 

oUegretto i (•^-'^-) [it.] adv. nnb 9(~ n 
@) allegretto; allegro d" (^--) lit.] ado. 
unb 3l~ n @ allegro. 

oUein ("-) 1 a. (ni4t attriSutit), baSer inv.) 
n. adv. alone; er ^ raudjte he alone smoked; 
gang .„all alone; lofet mid) .„leave mealone; 
pe fteljt ^ bo ... stands alone in the world; 
er wax ~, ba he was the only person 
present; id) modjte ©ie ~ fpred)en I should 
like a private talk with you; fie muß allc8 
^ fljun she has to do everything herself; 
fd)on .„ ber ©ebanfe the bare (or mere) 
thought (of it); nid)t .„ ..., fonbern aucö 
not only ..., but also; einjig unb .„ solely; 
fflüIinen-fMnnieituiifl: solus (^M), Sola (/"). — 
II cj. (am Slnfan« beS eajes) but, liowever. 



3n4t«(| 



■«.6. IX): F familiar; PSolt§fpra*e; T ©auuerfpradjc; \ feiten; t alt (au« gcflorben); 'neu (au* geboren); Aunrid)tia; 

= ( 28 ) = 



i)ic 3fid>fn. tie «btflriunflcn un» hit obfl tfonbfTtrn ^'(mrtfunfoi (#— •) fbift 9»n erfiait 



(^illlc -a[^l 



«llftn«..., anrin>... (--...j in 3«,!t. I ».» : 
excIiihivH ..., Moli! .... is. >vbrrr(1)tißiiiiq f 
exui. ri»clit. — II ifiib. SiUc: «wbrtrirb >/> 
müliripiily; /vfltfailR o' ri Holo; .N.flripra4 
n 8«liloquy, iiioii<>|i.)fu(;; ^t^aji /■«olitfiry 
conrini'MH-iit ; .x/t)anbrl lit m monopuly ; 
~l)diitilrr Ht »I iiioiiopolidt; .«.^rrrlidirr) 
m, /wl)rrr(i(t)rrMn /" (aliHuiute) nioiiiinli, 
autocrat; ><.l)rrr|d)aM /' (abHuluto or un- 
limiUid) iiioimnJiy, autocratic rul)-; <^frill 
n loiHiliiioHM; <N.|rliqillO(1)rnb a. rlnlniintr 
the monopoly oruli iimiuis of );race; /vi(lirl 
J' n Holo; /N.fttl)rilb(^i isolatfd.lconVftrüurrnl 
(Iftaclied. Icon Vccluiirn) alollU ill (or cast 

iipuii) til« wurlil ; /N/Dcrfauf »i, .vDf rtrirb ui 
W iiionopoi). I privacy; bein^i (all in) one. | 

*jiilriiii)rit (»■^-) f 44 ((. pi.) isolation,) 

aUrinifl ("-») a. ^b. oxcliiHJve; (sbnc 
glciAm) uiiiqu)); btc ^( &ott thu (only) om 
»Jod; für feinen ^tii Wcbroud) for hi« «epa- 
rat« uHt; it für mtiiit ^eSkdjitiitifl for ni\ 
Hol« account.. Idusivonc.ss.l 

«llfilliflffit ("■£"-) f (i (.Ln.K) tx-j 

allrilial (""-) arin eacli time, always; 
ein iür ^ onco for all; ^ tutnn whenever 

allrnialin («"^«) a. :?*b. happeninjf each 
time or at all times. 

Ullrinaniirn it. f. 9(Ifmanncn ic. 

allrnfalle (-i^«) adv. 1. dutiicil if need 
be, ill tliu worst ca-so. — 2. (bOctdtn») at tlic 
most; jiiiri tftniiicn ^ nod) untcrtummcn 
two nii;f)it po.ssibly (ur at a piui h) be 
accoinniodntud. |tuul(!y)| 

OlIfnfQiirifl (>!"'") a. 9t.b. a. adr. even-/ 

olifiit-l)nlbfH (>i"««) adv. everywhere, 
on every .side, on all sides; every way. 

Wlltr'.... oUfr-... in 3flfln. I nit twin »»*/>. 
mfifi: ... of all, J», 'x.ärflft a. worst of nil; 
~gio[|t a. jrreut.st of all; <vfit)iJnfl a. 
finest of all. — II Sk. i>äDf : .x-Ott a. •> 
.^l^nnd; ~äuf!rrfla. ut(ter)uiost, very last; 
adv. in the liiirliest deifruo; /%.bfft a. ver) 
best; aiifö .^brflf in the best possible 
manner; ~(1)ritnid)ft a. Mo.st Christian; 
^biir(t)lnuri|tiRft« MostSerene'Ilikrhnes^i, 
~rrfl It. tir.st iind foremost; (ju) ^trft ubovr 
all ; «N/Qtrilinft a very lowest, most bumble; 
nidit ini ^({triiigflrii not in the least ; «vglia- 
biflft a. most K'rai-ious; adr. .^(^nö^l(Jft (iiw 
tuilli()i'ii to coii.seiit most js'ruciouhl) ; /^l)ailb 
u. inr. divers, suinlry; ^banb lortr ^Iii. 
^art) '.^(id^rr books of all kinds; out ^l|l1n^ 

^flrllrii) no way or other; .«.liriliflrnl-frft 

n. ■Inn »») w (l.«oB.) reel. All Saints l»av. 
~J)filiflfl l.a. :.^l)filiflflfrilt,itrt(»apfi)Uoly 
Father. -- 2. /vl)filiflftf(e) «: a) in nnm 
XcaiKl: Hauet iinry; ib lUMIAm trarcl : hidy 
of holies; b) («cnfliüni) the h(dy wafer.— 
8. ^t]t\iii\tt f (aunjiiau) Hles.sed VirKin; 
~l)öd|fl (J. liiKbest of all; brr Vl^tji^d)|lf 
(«ciil the Most llijrli; .^bidlO ^|■l)lil'( 
(biijilbi) His (Her) Majesty; im .liodjlbn 
Wrnhf t«i tlie lust dejfree, in thu hiKbesl 
degree; ^\t{\\ a. Tery last; adr. )u .^U^ji 
last of all, ullimatfdy; >vlirbfl a. most 
charniin»ror dulitrhtfiii; fir jub ^licbf) aui 
■he looked lovely ur most vncbantinK: 
adv. am ^licbflcii blubr id) birr I should 
like best (of all) to stay here; /^inantt^- 
frriinb «• ~ ^nirltJirtuiib; <x,inniMu>l)iH' 

llifdl Vm victor's )t'nr I II- (.<<'J'i«>n ttiluna U), 

«viiirift a. : bir ^mriflf» »JJIcniditn most 
people; iidr. iiiti ^iiififlrii mostly, K»'H''r- 
ally ; ^minbrflrn» adr. at the very least; 
~nild)fl <i. next (or nearest) of ail; adr. 
ilu«ili4 closelT baril) by; |<uii4 »Mddjflcn^ 
Tury siMin; .vuruirifi u. the very iiowo<it; 
bir ^tirurflr 'JJiobr tbo latest fashion; 
(•iiatcniul) biiV ^iirurflr' latest (»r last) 
edition!; «^niiliflft. «wnatliirnbiflfi a. most 
needful or indispensable; .^.ortrii. <^orli> 
adv. every where; /v|d)linimfl n 



all; aiifS .^fdjlininiftr in the worst niuiiii.r 
possible; «vfrtlm ('ffft n, .foftwil n (:.«cb.( 
eeel. All .Souls' Day; ^frite ado. on all 
sid).>a; id) rmpfrblr mid) .^fnlS I wish to 
b« remembered to all, remeniber me to 
the family -circle : ^untrrlt|äni0ft a tw^it 
humble, adv. very obedieiillv ; «««loarU, 
>«<iurflra (it/f. e\e.)wliere, -«.lurUcDiirArr 
m citizen of the World, cosniopoiiiuu , 
>vlorltefrrunb »i everybody's friend; <v« 
iurlliMrruiit)jrf)att f Kix>d fellowship with 
iill;~IO(ltetrrl r»i smart fellow ;.^iDrniflft 
II bfiisl of all; adv. ^tri-niflflcn« at the 
Very least; /vlorrtffl a. üe<sl cliarming. 

Qllrrbinne (-"*) adr. cerUiinly, to be 
sure; tat bai ct to4 ntiti gciUnT — .^! ... in- 
deed, he did (or has) I ; »a« viib (stcN, Maait) 
rt toA ni4i ilanT — .^! ... indeed, he will 
(wouhl, could)!, Trather! 

oUfrlfi (>'"-) I a. inv. — oürr-bonb; 
... L't'iiti' fill sorts and «-onditioiis of men. 
— II tl/w n inr, medley, hiMlife-iMKltje, 
j' selections /»/. ; (Siiirtmni) miscellany. 

nUtrlri-...(<^»^...)ii3nan. Inftiall kinds 
of... — II eib RoO: ~flfniurj Ht « allspoe. 

allr-lanil (>^<-«) adr. all to^'etber, with, 
out limy) ex< I'ption. | 2. at all times.) 

allt-lurflr (>*"-") adv. L — oUrr-rorflrn.) 

aUr-lorilt f (»^"--^ a</p jugt ^^,^ . 
jireseiitly. {occasion.) 

alir-itit (-*"-) adv. always, on every I 

^Illicit {'^-)fii (o. /;/ ) («flanllKtt) toUl- 
ity, (Haflcnrinbtii) universality. 

Lilian) lal-iof!) Ifr.l ^ <«t» alliance. 

Wlliflnlione-... ("--tB(-)-...) mafgn,»».: 
<x>Trd)liUllQ f tiiuth., iiietaU. problem ro- 
spectiii;; alli;:atioti or alloys. 

WIliflütor ("--"J wi *i :o ulliirator. 

aUioirrrn O i-«--) [U.J r/u. q^a. (riittig 
ailArn) to allignte. 

olliirrrii ("(")--) (fr.) r/n. »n» fid| <%. 
rjrifl. Ci II. to ally (o.s.); bcr 'ÄUiirrtr ally. 

«lltiltrration (-^— ik(")-) [ll.J f ^ 
/iron, lein^irin) ulliteratiou. 

alliitrrirrrii (^"--) via. ■. r/«. ftta 
pin». t4i alliterate, to exhibit alliteration. 

•V «llo.... Olio... <:; (>i"...) |sid).| alio... 
(=. üMbfr(ö)'..., i'tiid)ubfn'... jc); f. M.I. 

fUlobroflrr ("->'^) »pr.mlpl. ^a. At*/. 
([clii<<t>l Vrll am «fairTCrc) AllobrOKeS pi. 

«Ulob ("-) n «, «tUubiuui (--(-)«) M 
tH lairidml allodium, freehold (estate). 

Wllobial'... (— t-) -...) ta 8n«i. »».: <s^ültr 
ii!jd. allodial lands p/., fruehold-estate(sl 

»HlonflfHyrrnrft (""g-.«^-) |fr.| f^ 
full-bottoiiii'tl wi»; (with long rurls). 

nUopatl)l^»-lit)td) |m «( alloputhift; 
oQoiiatliiidi (»''•'") a. 9»b. allo|>athic. 

VIllütria ("--»-) Igtd) I "Ipi. iiv.: „Iiri« 
bin to wastu time on trivialities; to pay 
no attention; to be up to one's pranks. 

allfll ... (•*«) adv. In snjn I. oU-^ 



VlItU (-*) f 4<l alpine | asturo 

« t»fi M al- 

niniiai', < mI' iidar. |diu(e) ) 



tniiiQiind) ('*"»') [a 



e I ast 
t.) m 



^Iniiinbill <0 C^^^) m ^ mtm. almanj 

Vliuitffru I-'-'') lord).) n Mb. alms l«y 
■ pJ.), charity; |ni ^ grbrn to bostow (an) 
aims on a p.; i-n urn rin .. bitltn. uii- 
ilitcdjrii tu betr (or ask) alma (or a ch.tr- 
it) I of a p ; tu'ii . Irl'fii to livoou chanty 

fUutolrn<..., aluiolrn*... (*—...) i« ^'^^ 

I all: alms -. , iV /^flrbfH h bIi 
»vgrbtr »I »lnis.i;iver. _ lit».».,-, 
n: alalnioiiersliip, blalni»-h->u«e,.^aii'; . 

^charitable institiilion ; ^blidltr ^u 

(or p<M>r-)lM>x; .^rinplandrriiu f\ m . n« 
who lives on aliii", l>«Ki;»r | «uumn /I. 
<^rlb n alms; «vfoifr •> .tuxtir. <«.pflr|ir f 
iruardiAnsbip of the poor, <«.pnrnri>in f) 
»I iruardian of the p<Mir: «>.lamuirlii n, t^ 
lauiinluiiR f ' i>oQr. 



fllmofrnlcr i>'-^)0 M tt la... nHit^t 
alm.,n..r |»«) aJ.«!<s».l 

«lo f * «. • (--I liiibAf» (pi mfti 
fH0-t'.... al*-r-... (---...) u .»»4». I alt 

»lo»-..., I«, «.fojfr f al--f|lre. ^I|«l| M 

aloe-Wf^ld. — II ft .■; ;.r ^ 1 

ab. id; ,%^U«|U9 m. .^bltlft ■ 
yy>)rir»i.alo<-|k|;«»laiir- j 

aip (■*) I m >> 1 , ^, 

— 2. iHiMritftn) uiKbiuiare, mcubw. — 
II ^ K9 - >aipr. 

«Ip-... ( «... I I. s^u, ^ ^bruif . 
-wbriiifrn n — «lp2;«.W m »ipme fi-: 
«Ipüfa • (-i-i fi 14 aJpaca 
Ol pan • (^ --) (it.| adr^ ■' • i 

_nipC(--)^Ö 1. «14: ..n/< 

«d)ivriirr ,^n .^f ' • 

(irnfrit) brr „n • 

2. alpine m<'ad"w , ;i. : 

alptln (--) lid. alpfR (^) Ö». r/»< 
(t) I to live on an alpmu dAiry-fann. 

fllprn-... (*~...) ta 3««,. I a«: alpine . 

— II rn'vtit (■ I ■■« »<* siai: <varti8 a 
alpine; >vbat]n /alpine lor moiiiitaiu-) 
railway; ^br»ot)nrr »■ inbabiUnt of lii« 
Alps; n.Ut tn — 'J',::ir ^(iihrrr m 
k'uidi'l-book) to tlieA 

r< gion; «vgluljrn N, .^„.„. , . 

'vtiorn n : a) i ajj^liorn ; b ( 

(mountain- Ipeak; ^flub m .\ 

(A.C.); .%,(lublrr m memlx-r > ° • 

Club; .„lanb n iii|>in- r> . 

<^panora ma n ui[>.i.. i « 

i" - 

11. 

'«'llfiflfi .-vdetfrn: ätia«. 

biijitriii) alpine range; b) a 
alpenstock; stritt /alpine (-^r i 

pasture; ^brildjrn ^ m »iw-b: 
nion; ^orrrin «I ~ ,f'"'' .." . , 

u) alpine fitrminif; l> 

«Ipljobrt (-1--) |. 

ttlpbabrt'...!«'!--. 

ui, 

ülpUubrti|d)i j —I la 

alpli:il>-' ■ il. — II adr 
iu alp: 

alpiiu. 
arrange al^luth 

«Iplrr. *«ii' ' 
native lor • 

VIparatiiii ./ 
rama I— ^liuit 

Mlraiin (•*-. 
(^-i/vt I ^t f 
»I ' 



like a I 

alo > .-ol </. I. ( ^ 

m) as. Ilk«, lor; in tti« ra 

a* t*rl iif l.v « rk \ of all 

.V .' : Ji - 

^U i ill ^ ,T I I U I. . 

p. as a friend, . 
act like a .- 
todbr i«>4 t 

a ■ ' 



L^M JiUlJL, «,)li' 



IK ally. 



»i(4a« p«ii< 



» I ti 

Uka 



capMi 



of (or n 

li V »< (» V 



» lirn |.<r Willi«! 
.... I..^i„ ■ 



- bl 



a.« I a man 

. iPrlllcr b« di«J (».». » .^^^ X 

ibni .. tiUinan^ ;;iiuii ib.« »h« 

«arniitff to bm- 

bitcnnra (o pUa. 

ftoi li ■'( ) t^<(i4 (.<;i( Ü. 



•b IDtJirnjdjall; O Icdjiiit, ^^ t^i^buu, .iw 'IKilitar; >l Uauiic, <r ';-::uiti(. • ^Rhcl; <» 9«|l, A aifrntsib«, • i's^ ■{ u- 6- .1, 



[aH§b...-5«lc...] 



Substantive Verbs are only given, if not translated by act (or action) of , 



.Ins 



divers causes, such as (or to wit1 ... — 

8. Srit : when , jui :3cit, tinmolc- oI§ at the 
time vfhen; jobnlb .v as soon as; ~ id) 
betete when (or while) praying.— 4. (= luic) 
jo jdjön .V tin enflti as beautiful as ...; fo 
flug ~ (loic) juimr no wiser than before; 
joDitl (^) on mir ift, in ni-n firajten ftcOt 
as far as lies in my power; elunio pick ~ 
as many as; et ift ju buniiu -. bn{{ cr c§ 
Btrfteben fonutc ... too stupid to under- 
stand it ; \o\voifi bie 9{eid)cii .^ (nurf)) bie 
^Irmeii both rich and poor.— 5.na*co»«/j.: 
a) than : et ifi firmer .^ id) ... poorer than I ; 
ct ifi filter ^ id), a. heisniysenior;id)mb(fttc 
liebet tierluuigcrn ~ ftcl)lcn I would rather 
starve than steal. — b) no* SJerndnunaeii : 
but: nitmonb \ali e§ ^ (nur) mein Sntcr 
none but my father saw it; i* Hat nirt)t§ 
n)eiler.vn?Q§ i* tbim mufetc(~ meine *Pflid)t) 
... nothing but what 1 had to do (but my 
duty) ; tcin anbercr ~ er nobody but he, 
no other than he; luer nnber§ ~ fic? who 
else but she? — c) ~ ob, ~ lociin as if, as 
though ; e§ fiel)t nu§ ^ ob U luenn) e§ teg» 
nen roollte it looks as if it was going to 
rain; -^ ob e-r beljniijjtcn ipotlte as who 
should say; ~ »are e§ loirflid) tociljr as if 
(or though) it were really true. 

alebafb (^^) adv. forthwith, directly; 
.V rief er then he called at once (or imme- 
diately) ; olebolbig (>'"'") a. @b. = balbig. 

alsiJonn ('^^} adv. then, after that. 

3llje (•*") f @ ichth. shad {Oupea alo'sa). 

alio (•*-, \ "-) I adv. (SJerglei*) thus, 
so, in this way; nic^t ^ don't say that; 
6/6/. ^ fei c§! be it sol — II ej. (e^iufe) 
therefore, consequently; er ift Ijier, ~ fann 
tx TM)t bctt lein he is here, hence ...; foil er 
~ irirtlicö —'■ is he then really to ...? 

«It 1 o' i'^) fit.] m ® alto, counter (or 
second) tenor. 

oil - ('') I a. @b. {comp, filter, siij). filteft) 
mft: old. 1. (2fienlalter) er ift älüOtljig SQl;r(c) 
alt be is twenty (years old); loie ~ ift erV 
how old is he?, what is his age?; für toie 
^ I)Qlten Sic il)n? how old do you think 
he is?, F what age do you take liim for 
(or to be)?; cr ift (boppelt) fo ... roic id) he 
is (twice) my age; cr fief)t nid)t fo ^ qu§ 
role er ifi he does not look his age; über 
Dicrjig (3al)re ^) fein F to be on the wrong 
side of forty. — 2. (ant. jung, frifd)) old; 
(bfjattt) aged, advanced (F well on) in 
years; fo ~ tote 93ietl)ii'fnlcm as old as 
Methuselah, as the hills; ein ,vemlid) .^er 
f^err an eldorly gentleman; fie ift fcl)r ~ 
geti'orbm she has aged very much ; er roirb 
nid)t ~ ipcrben he won't make old bones; 
.-t§ Srot stale bread; .^er fifife ripe (or 
rotten, decayed) cheese; ein ~cr Sünber 
a hardened (or wicked old) sinner; bie .^,e 
Ceier, e.e.^e©efd)icöte the old story; prvbs: 
; ' :it, .,, getl)an as the twigs are 

I ree 's inclined; .^c i'iebe roftct 

n-.SiU f.Ez : old love never dies. — 3. {ant. 
neu) .ve 0cf(fti4tc ancient history; old 
story; bie ^tn SSritcu the ancient (or old) 
Bri»"R'' ; urn ..er ?yrcunbid)Qft roiüen for old 
a ';e' sake; in ..en Sagen, Seiten 

:■ 'lays, in olden times, (in the 

davs) of yore. — 4. (aiait, oitmobiW) an- 
tique, old-fashioned, obsolete, of long 
standing. — 6. Ä (Betiau«!) ..e 5?nd)er, 
Wobei Second-hand books, furniture; 
(fT>t»»i) experienced; ein .„er (auSatbitnietj 
Eolbflt an old veteran; DDKinjc »on ..em 
©dirot unb flom sterling money. — 6. (ob. 
irtraüen) worn; fbaufjüig) dilapidated; tag 
•trib ifi f4on ^ ... has seen its best days; 
^§ 3<"9 "hJ lumber. — 7. F: a) = lieb: 
fin ^f§ fibelfS iT^ouS! a jolly old boy! 
bj — rnongene^m: ..« Cuertopf! queer 



old fellow! — II Olt Ulib jllllfl n inv. 
(both) old and young (f. 9Utc(r), t'b. 9lrt.). 

9Ut.... » J" ('^...) [?llt ^J in Sfifin, J». ~flöte 
/■counter-tenor flute; ^Qcige /■= SBrntftfte; 
.^fönflcr cT »i alto (singer); «x-fc^liiffel J~ m 
alto-key, C clef on the third line; ~ftininie 
f counter(-tenor) ; tiefe ..ftimmc contralto. 

9Ut<..., nlt<...2 ('^...; tiSW. liest bet 4)aut!tton 
oufbcm9fc6eiiworte)[alt2]in3fiflii-liiif':old(-)..., 
»!8. ^eiiglnilb n Old England; «..eilfllifd) 
n Old English ; ,x-I)orl)bcutfd) a. Old High 
German; /^fi'nftilicn n Old Castile; /v-fO' 
tlftolift^ a. old-Catholic; ~5>rciiBcn n Old 
Prussia; ~Snd)fc w, ~föd)fifd) a. Old 
Saxon. — II fb\i- Sötte: ~nb(e)li9 a. of old 
(or ancient) nobility; ~batfen a. stale; «v 
brgriiiibet a. old-established; ..begrünbete 
9fcd)te vested rights; /v-bffonut a. long- 
known; /v-bciitfd) a. Old German; Teutonic, 
Germanic;/x/ei)rH)iirbigrt. venerable, time- 
honoured; ~fränfifd) a. old-fashioned, out 
of date, F CO. antediluvian; /s/ßebicut 
a. veteran; ~gcfcU(e) m foreman, bead- 
workman; ^9Ch)0l)Jlt a. long-accustomed ; 
«..gläubig a. orthodox; /vfllaubigfeit f 
orthodoxy; ~gotifc^ a. ancient (or old) 
Gothic; «vgrtedje »i old (or ancient) Greek; 
~@rie(f)enlanb n Old (or ancient) Greece; 
~gricd)ifd) «. old (or ancient) Greek, 
Hellenic ; /v-!;ergcbrttt^t, ^Ijerfönniilii^ a. 
customary, traditional, ancient; ^Ulig a. 
precocious, grave beyond one's years; 
>N/fIlig()eit f precociousness, precocity; 
~fjied)t m head-servant; ,^nionil8frnut 
? n flea-bane {Eri'geron); />..iiieifter m 
past-master, master (of a company, &c.); 
/^niobifd) a. old-fashioned, antiquated; 
~norbifd) a. (Old) Norse; /v-römift^ a. an- 
cient Roman; ~ftobt folder part of a town; 
bie Conboner ..ftnbt the City (of London); 
~teftaniciitorifrf), ~teftanicntlirf) «. relat- 
ing to the Old Testament; ~ünlcr m : a) pa- 
triarch; b) (StamniBatev) progenitor; />..bütc< 
rift^ a. = ..mobif^; «x-biiterlid) a. ]ia- 
triarchal; «.;borbcr(e)lt pi. ancestors pi.; 
~tt)eibcr»fabcl f, «gefdjidjte f, 'gefdjJnö^ «, 
«gewiifd) «, 'inärd)cn n old woman's talk, 
idle gossip, tittle-tattle; «vloeiberuiofjig 
a.: Qj anile; ^iDcibcrfojumer vr. a) {spät-- 
ticrbtt) fine days in autumn, \ St Martin's 
summer; b) (epimifabcn) gossamer, floating 
cobwebs p^.; ~toeibif(f) a. old-womanish, 
weits. fond of tittle-tattle. 

9lltn-i=®ebir9e ( v/-^-=v. Jv. ) ^^^ „ @a. 
5rfo,'7>-.(inecntrai.?l(icn) Altai (mountains^?.). 

Slltnn (■^- obet ^-) m (§1, dim. ^d)en n 
@b. arch, platform, gallery, flat roof; 
(aSaifon) balcony. 

Slltor (^-, QU* "-;^?. Elitäre, meift ^-^) 
m ® u. ® altar; (<Mbciibniai,i§tif*) commu- 
nion-table ; jnm .. gcljen, oft : to get married. 

9tltor»._.. (^-...) in Sfian- I meift: altar-..., 
jSB. ~auffnt] »1 altar- furniture; ^bilb n 
altar-piece; ~gerät n = ..Qiiffalj; ^ftiitf 
M = ..bilb. — II äBib.ffäße: ~bilbfd)trm m, 
«.-blatt n altar-screen, reredos; «.-biencv 
m = ^Ularift; /%.flcfd)irr n communion- 
plate; ,N,felt^ nt chalice. 

9lltnrift ("->') m @ 1. (fatfioiiM) chaplain. 
— 2. (ptotcftatitiW) sexton. 

Sirtc (^-) (&b. I ~(r) m 1. F old man, 
graybeard, F old chap; F ber .., unfer ..r 
(aaicr) tlie old man, the governor, our dad 
(bai...4. r);prvb. niie bie ..n iun9en,än)it» 
fdjcrn Qud) bie Sungcn like father, 'like son; 
the young pigs grunt like the old sow. — 
2. bet .. oom Berge tbe old man of the 
mountain (bib. bet Ec^eit al Sabal). — 3. meift 
flein fltfditieben : (berlelbc) Cr ift immer nod) bcr 
a^ be is the same as ever; er ift nid)t mctjr 
bcr Q~ he is not what he used to be. — 
4. Fetubenten. ic. fptfldoc: father; meine ..n my 



parents; mein -.r (®attc) Fmy old man, co. 
my hubbie(= husband) ;(8nciftet) governor. 

— 5. (altflebientet Soibat) veteran. — 6. bie 
..n (oite Sijifer) the ancients; iinferc ^n our 
forefathers. — ll^^/f 7. old woman, auii 
F meine (gute) .. my (dear) old woman; 
bie ,. F the old lady. — 8. ton Sicren: 
(the) old one, mother. — III ^(i) n 
(o.^j7.) (oft nein gef^ricben) an old thing; e§ 

bleibt (mir (offen) oUeS beim o-n things 
remain (we leave things) as they were. 

»illtcflöre {-^^-^) npr.f. @ (Dlibiet'S 
Scfiwcrt) Halteclere. 

Qltfln ('^") vjn. ({).) @d., Qlten {•'"^) 
vjn. ({). u. fn) @,b. (= altern) to grow old. 

Slltenteil (^"-) n ® reservation made 
(or laud set aside) for the parent(s) on 
handing over the estate to the heir(s) ; 
^'Sl'ertrao ni reservation-deed. 

9Uter i''") n @a. 1. (Sauer) age; et ift 
ton m-m ~ ... (of) my age, as old as I; in 
f-m ~ at his time of life ; im ~ Oon jroanjig 
(3al)ren) at the age of twenty; im beften, 
blü^cnbflcn .. in the vigour (or prime) of 
life; mittleren ..§ middle-aged; im mann» 
boren ~ ftel)en to have reached man's 
estate. — 2. (l)o5e§ J) old (or great) age; 
decline of life; man fie()t it)m fein .. nicfet 
on he does not look his age; prvb. ^ 
\ij\\%\ oor £l)orl)eit nid)t age is not proof 
against folly; F no fool like an old fool. 

— 3. (silicrtum) antiquity; Bon oltcrS ^er. 
Dor alters from ancient times, in olden 
times. — 4. (sjmts...) seniority. — 5. coll. 
aged (or elderly) people; "ba^ .. ntufe mon 
cl)ren we must honour old age. 

9lltcr=..., oltct'... (•="...) f. 911tcr§=... 
filter (^") comp. Bon alt'^: older, elder. 
9lItcrntion (---tfi(-)-') [lt.] f®\. (ajet. 

önberunfl) alteration. — 2. fig. (errogung) 
(violent) emotion. 

alterieren {^^^■^) fit.] via. @a. 1. (bet- 
änbcrn) to alter. — 2. fig. (erregen) to excite; 
fid) -v fiber to grieve over, to feel vexed at, 

oltcni {•''^) i|id. I vjn. ((). u.fn) to grow 
(F get) old or obsolete. — II vja. to make 
(look) old, Fto ago (a p.). [native.) 

oltcrnntiö ("^--f) fit.] a. @b. alter-/ 

9HternotiDc (^^--m^) [It.] f ® alter- 
native; feine ~ Ijoben to have no (Fto 
have Hobson's) choice. 

9Uter§»..., a^'... (•^"...) in Sffan. I meift: 
... of age, jSB. »N/grcnje f limit of age; 
~Hnterfd)icb m difference of age. - 
II aMb. Satte: «vfolge f order of seniority; 
~gciio^ >«, /^geiioffin f one of the same 
age, contemporary ; «..grou a. hoary, gray 
with age; -v,J)räfibe'nt m chairman by 
seniority; o.-fd)tDad) a. broken down with 
age, decrepit; ~fd)H)(id)ef seuility; ~ftufe 
f stage of life; ~»crfi(^crmi9 /"insurance 
for the aged; «..Uerforgnng /"old-age pen- 
sion; /v-öerforguiige^SUiftnlt f, -jpnua n 
asylum for the aged poor; /N/tierforguiigg" 
i?ofle f provident fund; />..$Mloge /" long- 
service increase of pay. 

9UtertHin i«^"-) n @ antiquity; bo§ 
grnue .. hoary antiquity; im grauen .. at 
the dawn of history. 

9UtertiiineIei (^^^-"-^ unb ^"-"-) f @ 
mania for antiquities. Iquarian.f 

9lltertiim(l)cr (-i"-") m @a. anti-j 

oltertiinilid) {>i"-") a. @b. antique, 
archaic; ..e ©ittcn old-world manners/)^. 

9Utertünilid)t'cit {^^-^-) f @ antique- 
ness, archaism. 

mitxUnwi:.., a».'... {'^■^-...) in Silgn, 
jS.: ~forfd)er m antiquary; archa-ologist; 
~forfd)un9 f archeology ; ~gefcUfri)nft / 
archaeological society; ~l)önbIerj/( dealer 
in antiquities; .^fenner w = ^forjcfter; 
/%'fuube f antiquarianism, archeology; 



Signs (i9> ,ee p.gc IX): Ffamiliar; P vulgar; T flash; \ rare; t obsolete (died); * new word (born); /+ incorrect; iQ scientific; 



= ( 30 ) = 



The Sign«. AbbreTJaÜon» and det. Ob«. (<8 -») »re eiplalnod at the Lcyinnipi; of ttili book. [ ^lltC... ,lin|Clj 



^dtltbifl a. learned in antiijuarian mat- 
ter«; ^riiiibiflt(r) »I ar'lia>olo|?ist ; ^liirf 
n Bn<:ioiit rolic; ~n)if1fn|if)o|t /"— ^fiinbf 

nitffte (•*"") $^l). I «. mip- eon oil'; 
r.ldcst, cl-lost. — II «l~(r) »I, «^ f 
1. m. ten «el*»i(lctii : the eldest, oldest; 
mein ^Ut my eldest son. — 2. senior, 
superior; bif ^~ii pi.: a) »ti ftirinngcpcinb» 
the riders; b) btt «oufmannlitall the syndies. 

«Ifffttn.... («--...) inSflan. «»■: ^««ftt 
»/. ~luiirbf /■ seniority, «Ideisliip. 

'illtlinn ■* (---) f w', Wltlj« ("-) /■ « nnb 
(^1 111.11 sh-nmllow. |(-siiiger).l 

»lltift ö" H) »" 41, ~in f ^ ftltol 

iilllirt) ('^) r/. $vl'. elderly; oldish. 

•«luminit O (—-J (It.) »• fea. »u«. 
aliiniitiite. |r/>r/i. iiliiniinium (Al).| 

»((iimiiiinm .31— -(")-)! lt.|n«(c.p/.)) 

'illiiniiiiiuMi'... "» (>'-^'( ")"...) in 8flfl». 
t«. : >^ari)'b >i r/iw. aluminium oxide, 
aliiiiiiiia (— Sljrn-crbc, A1...0:,). IscIkkjI.) 

>^lliininnt (---) |lt.| n 0?v hoardinic-i 

','lliiniiir .Vi, 'Jllitmiiua w ("^") |lt.l «< 
hniinler, resident pupil. |Alwin, Alvin.l 

tUlDilt (''-) iipr.Di. *? unb M (aotnamc)/ 

nni ('') pip. (flat! on bcni ct.\ on cintm) 
I. am Cl^nbt in the end, («iiiii») iit the end; 
«fianMft om cnglildjtM S^oU ... to the Court 
of .St. JamesCsl; j-m nm tvritn liegen to 
do near and dour to a p. ; om 1 . !Ulflti (on) 
the first of March; am joße I'or (nod)) ... 
on the ovo (niorrowiof ...; om DJlitflen in 
the morninif; loer ift am SpieleV whose 
turn is itV; i^taMtjurt Q/'IM. {abhr. ^-- nm 
*JJiain) Krankfort-on-the-Mnin. - '-'. am 
mil inf., I«.: nm Sterben dyinp, nod) am 
V!eben still alive; nm C^mpodtn jiin to bo 
liusy packinif. — S. nm »oi »up. «nllbftltti, 
le. ; om bifien best; mer filiiipitc om taplet» 
ftcuV who fought most bravely V; er l)ielt 
am Idiirtflen aus he hold out (the) lonpost. 

\?tMial(iam (---) Iflrdj.) n W aniaijraui; 
.^ntioii I — -tfe(")-l f ^ aniulgamation. 

'ilninlflnuiifp... O (""--..) i« Äfl«n. i».-. 
/vluerf " :iniiil^'iinmtinp-works /)/. 

niiinlnnmitrrn ("----) «/o. cia. to 
aniak'iiticilo; fni. to fuse, to blend. 

'nmnli n, «ninlif (--(")-) np»: f. *« 
obrt »4 unb ^ (lOccnamc) Amelia. 

9tmnniien|ie (--««f-) |li.| m (.iff. inv., 
pl. ..Mi) iinianuuiiRia, confidential clerk. 

«nmroutVl— «^Jlflrdi.lHidJn.^.blHmt 
/' iX uinanintlli). 

\Hntarnnl'..., a^... (--'...) in anon. »».: 
»vlarbf /, n^farbrn cb. fnrbifl (i ,-vrot « u. ei. 
niiiaranf(li), nni:ir:intlli) eolouird, iiniar- 
ant(h)i!K>; ~l|Ol| n palisander wood. 

nuiiunnlfni"-''^l<i.Oil>.auiarant(h)iiio 

'Jhnnrtllf ¥ (--«'-) (it.) f 9 raorollo, 
AiMiuiiiun eherry. Iryllis.l 

4lniarl|lli0 * («--«-) (grdj.) f inv. ama/ 

'ihnnjour (—->') f « i(iirt(ttl«ri »eib; 
Waniiiifib) Amazon; tiij. virajco. 

YIniniOliril-... (-"'-...) in .HlMnunsf«. |t>.: 
.vilut fit art hory-hat ; <vtlrib n lady's 
inlingliabit; «^ftroill m Ania/on(rivor), 
«lilt: .Maranon. |(i. Sil>. Amnzou-like.l 

nnia|onrul|a|t (^- '->'), ...jonild) i-^-^l) 

VInibr (^") III.]/' }3 »ia//i.<-oinlMnation 

of two tluMt'sibdenb.Vcllo'llfl ; doiililo prlxe. 

timber c'^} |ot.| wi «oa., »unf W I. — 

'.{»anfle.n. - 2. - Vtmbra. Isalt.i 

•Jlmbrr.SoIi (*"•'*) m SI aniborirrlsl 

".'linliu inn (««iv) npr.n, % groyr. 

('i)i,iuit«ii..'iniril Anil'oynn. 

'ilnibolj O («"»I'lbDlien — MUtml m 
(I n) Ot, tiim. ,d)eii unb 'Jtmbf't;rt)(n n 
Ml", anvil (.m* C7 unal. - ineusV. iivei- 
bivnii\tt -.. hoakiion, liiekein; enlivei^'n 
l^niiiiiii'r i>er .„ (wo must) eith«r do vi 
»Uli. or bo «truck. 



«mboft-... O \^ '-■■■) In ÄI (.«■!.«« I Bc«: 
anvil-..., t» ~f inlotj m a. -pep; .«.iitirntrl m 
a. side. — II »lb. rt^üf: M.batin/', ^flod)» ^ 
anvil plate, face of the anvil; /vfuttrr n, 
^ftotf WI bed, stock or hlo<k of an anril. 

flnibra (•^") m,n,f in aniber(frls. 

'ilinbro...., a^... (*-...) InSI. Unnjm.i» : 
-vfnrben, /vfarbifl a. anih' r(-rolour.-d); 
«.Ijolj " yellow saiidal-wooil ; ,s.fraul ^ w 
cat-lhytne [Teu'rrium mamm). 

Wmbrofio (--(-)^) Igrd).! /■ €1 »"y'*- 

(«rtlrt.lpfitrl iinibrosia. 

Wmbrofiono ("-(")-") f ^ («aiiänbft 
eibiloitetl Anihiosian library. 

ombrolionild) ("-(")--) n. $*b. of St. 
Ambrose; ^tr I'obflctaMgAnibrosian chant. 

nnibrojinild) ("---), ombrofildj ("--) a. 
^b. ambrosial; irtiiC. delicious, luscious. 

ambulant ("-'') |It.l a. ^b. itinerant; 
ii .^cS (?prpS thinp column. 

«mbnlanj ii (—• ') lit.) ^M ami 
~'tonflfn in anibulaneel-cart or -^^ 

*lnifi|e (--") f 'S, (lim. ^mtiva^eii « 

fOh. rnl. ant Oor/Mifo), Wb./^or«. euiuiet; 
iveifie .^ (triBiii«) white ant. 

«ntfilfn'.,., a^-... (-—...) m 3fl«n I »H: 
ant-..., unl's ..., ants' ... — II *ci|p.<;c tu I n. 
b'r Bin« ; ^.nrtig <i. ant-liko, formiert. •; -w« 
ot()er »» formic ether; <>/bor «i, /».frriitr »w 

«'>. ant-eater or -bfiir 1 .1/yrm^--o';<Anj'il; /%/• 
fifl »I /7.ants'e'.:g8;~flfi(t"ifuinii spirit; 
,^l)nnirn »;i,~l)üflfl"i ant-hill, loriiiicary ; 
^(rir(t)rn n, ~laufrn n «i^rf. formication; 
<«.lönit »I ent. ant-lion, lion-ant; .N^faucr 
fi. r/i»;i..^jaurev 6nl): Oforniiate;,w|durt 
f ehm.: Cf fiTiuie acid; .«.fdjaubtr m — 
Jriedjen; .«,|piritu» m ^ ^aeifl. 

«infl',.. (-"...) in 3f1iin. j».: ~roni * M 
-: Tinlel; /vmtl)( n starch. 

Wmen (-*') |f)ebr.| adr. a. n inr. amen, 
so hü it!; fit/, do unb) .v ju et. ioflen, |ein 
^ )u et. geben to agreo (ur consent) to a 
th.; biio ip ((o geroiii) wie -. in ber flirdje 
it's a solid fact or truth. 

«nitnbrnifr.t (imu-bmo) lir.) n Ä 
(.^iil«8) amendment; ein ... (lellen (burd)« 
bnnfliu) to move (tocarry) an amendment. 

anirnbirrrn («"-<') r/a. 5i«. (ab-4nb«m) 
to amend (a bill). | America.) 

flnirrifn ( "■!-") npr.n. ifi oroijr.i 

nmeritnuer («-"-«) m »oa, ~ln f *>; 
onieriffluttrt) i — -") a. ^b. American. 

nmerirnnifirreu («-«— i»') I via. 9\n. 
t ) Aunrii aiiisi'. — II fi's, H J*r. nnb 
4luirrt(auifiernng f 44 Ameiitani-atioii. 

mnirritonifmu» (--"-•*-) m - ^ 
cjinisni. I »WIM. ni 

«Iniethnft .^ (^^•^) hi±] »• »» ». *i" ' 



Hmmoi 

carLninate 'if ammonia 
fintmoniaf-..., ü^... 
is. : ^alinlid), ~artig a n 
<vflüffi0teit / liquid amiuo 
aniDionia(c) gas, gaieooa t 
gummi n gjtm animuniac; 
monialcal) salt. I 

ommoniofoliHfi ''-' 
flminouit 7} I '-' 
au4; S'-rp-ril- (..r -i ;•• 

nmnionittr (-- > i 

fciW. (I. Wc'. : : 
tlninionium D 
chin. aiiim'>nium (Ml,). 
flmnionium'... C7, »t <•*■ 

In SHgn. (« : <^torbona t » :>: 

bonato (— tr"-' ■• - • " 
)innd)lori'b >i 

ainnionium. pii.B - '..'. 

iSi 



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(''"...I ;n .ä"j'. »P 



tin and 
•wlieru 



I 



'flnimon« 

n win. • ^ 'Jlminrnit. 

«ninrftif i-- ) 'jr* I f 4» ■.• am- 
nesty ; aUi'ttmr.n« ! ■>«• 

amnrftitrrn i- ■• to am- 

nesty, to pardon, to jrant a pardon to 
(political off.ndera). |S?ed)l<l-tier4nt.l 

9liniib<n o I---) Igrdj.l f p'- » — ' 

«mom*(>'-)lgT'*> ' ■■ s, rfim.«m6«» 
lein (---) n 0b. 

«mor (i-) llt.i o. •-■'- -^ ■ •: 

(God oO I-oTe. I 

«mortttf f"-^), «mount i 

'flmoritrr (----) m *>a. ~in • 
Aniorite. |('etT!o*i am 

omorpljiildi) 47 (>-5ii-i j-t* 

nmortilation (^--t 
^ e-t \'liilr.l;e redcnmti 
i)ed)|el8 (le/alt ,■. 

tlntortiiationc- 
^fonbe III. ^taf)e 

amortirirrbar i- - ■ " -•• • ■•>•"■ < 

oniorliliertn i--»---) [|t.| I r'o sia. 
to red..ui; 3d)llI^en ^ to sink. - 11 A-«. 
n wc. unb *l-^unfl <■ •• — «mottiiat.oii. 

«mptU— i/'^-. • 

lamp; (f&i flnacn' 

flmpf *(-)»• >>, '.'i #•• 

dock (/.-»i.M/j-l. — Vi\. 

Umpljibi r i-l'i > i igto).! ! 
pl|ibioii ■•• "niii iitnloiim '■■.l^» ■« 

^ f„ »I. 

(».; .^tuiia o. ^: r 

.' ■ iinpliloi.'K'gj , >.itriiUt / »111- 

ampL ■ ' ''• ' • " " '"' 



I 



(« 



«Ultlhnil--. n~"-'"~'' ••Hn.HNn.l-tl l-t'-i 
... of amethyst, 4». «.flufe »»• khh. Moot '.'1 

ofam. — li Bib. (lint: ^arlij. «.forbf«. m 
»wforbin <». '»'nethystine. | tlnip: 

tnmiant o (-(-I-*) Igr*.! m « "••" ■■• 
aniiant(h), amiant(h)ui. 

aiitlant'... (-("i*...) "" 
/vorlifl, /wlorinin <i 
iintllilifoiMi. ml. /■' 

Wuiironlri -«-.i«) »,.r. f ;»/ .'; 

^ i/roi/r. {it ' ' 

tininianni 
fimmt (>*-) I ' 
n ^b., ')immlein > 

Mb. wet-nurse; lOtbavBi) midwir*. 

Iluiinri •(■*-)« «4 amml. 

tintnirn-... ('-...1 ii ai.t»«i»»r«. I mtin. 
nursery-.... »•. «wlifbfr "';■/ n»r< t 
xonKS, •rh\nies /U , A.uuu(t)en n wr 
tale. -- ih r'b. ^.■•a -vflnt-f 

flmnier i-'^ 1 / *J »m »» 

'««), lib. yellow liaouucr I-' ■■ 



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nmputat 



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II ii'.. 1 



I VI mm Ol I II 



ttlll'r! 



, X miuinir; X mlllUry; ^ martno; 4 botanical; • conimtnial; « posUl. 



irnil«»}, « ibua». i»« iKT* i&) 



\^}[\\\{ 5lnClin...] e iibftant. igerba finb meifi iiui gegeben, menu fie nld)t act (ob. actiou) of... et. ..Aus lauten. 



flmt (>*) n © 1. appointment; (SBeMrbc) 
board, vclUviS 01:4 : dopaitmeut ; («PfliSt) 
official duty, public funclion; ein ~ bc> 
llcibcn. puicljen, c-ni ^c tcrftehcn to hold 
a situatioQ, to fill a post, beUS. to offi- 
ciate as ..., ton aSiniftetn a. to be in (or to 
hold) office, to be at the head of a (govern- 
ment-ldei artment; j-n in ein ^ einjüljren 
to instaUD a p.; j-n in ein ^ (einlii^en, 
i^ni ein ^ übertragen to give a p. an ap- 
pointment or a post; r to put a p. into a 
(nice) berth ; ein .^ antreten to enter upon 
one's official duties; ein ^ niederlegen to 
resign one's office or charge; tai ifi nid;t 
m-S^^tS ... beyond my province; ma-j 
beine-5 ^c^ nid)l"i|l, bo'laiie beincn l^cr- 
m\a do not meddle with other people's 
business.— 2. obrigfeitlid)c§~ magistracy; 
hojt i-§ .^eS by virtue of one's office; Pen 
^§ mrgin in one's official capacity, (u.) 
ex officio. — 3. (SJeroaltunfiSSfäitO 'fi""- '"^ 
antmonnts: bailiwick, BfiiS. administra- 
tive sphere or district; ansmärtigcS ~ 
the Foreign Office. — 4. (©erid)t':=)~ 
jurisdiction ; Dor ba§ ~ mü|jcn to be sum- 
moned (natter: hauled) before the Court. 

— 5. (Scfai) office (of a magistrate or 
public functionary); («ctii^t) courthouse. 

— 6. (annung) corporation. — 7. eccl.: 
aCfl. : (divine) service; tirotcflaniiiöö: com- 
munion-service; CaiA. mass; bo§ .v, galten 
to officiate; to hold (or perform) the ser- 
vice. — 8. abs. = ^ernipred)-amt. 

Slmt=..., onit'... (■''...) in 3i..|e6unflcn, }».: 
/v(fe)trDU f bailiff's wile; ~(&)frei a. free 
from official duties; ~l)Ollä «, ~I)of tn 
bailiff's residence, court-house ; ~niann tn 
(pl.^ltntt): a)farmer of a crown-domain; 
b) bailiff; justiciary; ~inonnfd)Oft f baili- 
wick ; «.-moBig a. = amtlid). scai. a. simt§=... 

Simter-..., Ö~'... ('^"...) in 3f..ie4un8En,j83. : 
~Janbtl, ~itl)ad)cr m barter of offices; 
/wjagb, ~iui^t /"place-hunting; ^jiidjtig a. 
seeking office, covetous of a (good) berth. 

omtitren ("-") I vjn. (Ij.) SI a. to offi- 
ciate. — II 9l~ @c. u. Slmticrung f @ 
= 9lmt§=oerricbtung. 

amtiic^ (•*") a. (&b. officiaUly); «id)t ~ 
unofficial; au§ F)fllb ^tn Cucllen from 
semi-official sources. 

Slnitä'..., a~>... {^...) in Siifln. I mciff: 
official ..., jS. «/beruf m off. vocation or 
sphere; ~blott n off. gazette; ~gel)ü()rcn 
pi. off. ftes pi.; ~gcl)cintnie n off. secret; 
/%,gHDaIt f off. authority ; ,>/^ol)eit f off. 
dignity; >x/{leib n official gown or robe; 
/wj)flii^t /'off. duty; ~ind)C foS. business; 
~fitgfi n off. seal; ~ftutiben flpl. off. 
hours/)/. ;/»,»errid)lun9/" official function; 
^tooljnung f off. residence. - II Sit. Sötte : 
~aiter n seniority (in office); ~antrittni 
entering on one's official duties, jdo/. ac- 
cession to office; «..beiörbcnmg f pro- 
motion, rise; ~befugni& f competence, 
authority; ...bctDerbcr m applicant for an 
office; >%/btnifrbung f canvassing for a 
post; /vbcjirt »i jurisdiction, e-§ 3ii(fitci§ : 
venue; ~bote m f. iSote 2; -vbniber m 
colleague; ~btener m messenger of a 
court, beadle; ~eib »« official oatli; ben 
~eib ablegen to be sworn in ; et. auf f-n .».eib 
nehmen, niro : to assert a th. on one's official 
oath;/»<infünftf/^//>/.,~einno^me/"emolu- 
ments pi. of an office; ^fntlajiung, ,^tni' 
ft^ung f discharge from otfice, disniissa) ; 
,~fQ^ig a. qualified for an appointment; 
~folgt f: a) rotation in office; b) com- 
pliant; with a summons (from the court) ; 
^-fii^rung /■ administration ; /v-gcf ode njpl. 
revenues pi. of a domain; ~gel)iltt m 
Msessor (of a court); assistant; ^genoft, 
.„fie ni -> .^bnibtr; /vgenofien|d)oit f 



colleagueship; /vfleridjt n lower court; 
,v,gtid)hft « professional duty; ~f)onbIiili9 
/•official act, eccl. ministration; ~I)au})t< 
nmnn i» head-magistrate, chief official; 
^IjanplnmntijcftQft f chief magistracy of 
a district; ~inl)Obcr m functionary ; eccl. 
incumbent; ^tonjlci /', ~lofal n magis- 
trate's office; ~mäfei9 a. otficial; ~mtcne 
/"solemn air; F e-e ^niitne auijc^jen to look 
as serious as a judge; ~ptvjoti f official, 
functionary; <v.pErfoJlo'l « staff in a public 
office or department; ~Vflf8f f^dniinis- 
tration of public business; ,^))flid)tig a. 
subject to the jurisdiction of a magistrate; 
«.-rftle f official tour, t-§ Sidteiä: circuit; 
~rid)ler »» judge in a lower court; <>/< 
idirciber m clerk of a (county-)court; 
/N/ftnbr /'magistrate's office ; /x/tog tn court- 
day; ~t^ötigfeit f performance of public 
business; aufeer .x-löätigteil fcljcn to dis- 
charge from an official position; ,v.t)er= 
bred)en,~t)crgcl)Eii « malversation, offence 
committed in an official capacity; ^tn-- 
iDoUung f administration; »v/bcrttefcr tn 
administrator; ,>/üogt m bailiff; /x/öogtei 
f bailiwick; /x-borgiinget m predecessor; 
~Borftanb tn, ^uorftcljcr m head-official; 
~B)ed)}cl r>i rotation in office; />/h)ibrig a. 
contrary to one's official duties; ~jcit f 
term of office. — ffifll. o. ?lmt'... 

Slnililcll (^-^) I It. I n ® charm,talisman. 

oniiijant ("-^) Ifr.J a. <^h. amusing. 

Qmijjiercu ("--") I jr.] vja. unb fid) -x- 
vjrefl. iga. to amuse (o.s.); föir Ijobax 
«n§ gauä tbftlict) anmficrt we had great 
fun, we enjoyed ourselves immensely. 

on (^) I prp. mit dat u. acc. (tgl. audi 
am, Qn§): 1. about: er l)at nidjtä tiom 
(Scifllid)cn an fid) he has nothing clerical 
about him; an bie l)unbert SDJorf about 
(or nearly) five pounds. — 2. against: 
fid) on bic Sßanb anli'Ijncn to lean against 
the wall; (fid)) on et. (an)floi;en to knock 
against a th.; fid) an j-m revfiinbigen to 
sin against a p. — 3. along, alongside 
of: an bem (otct am) Ujer roanöcln to 
walk along the shore; cr ritt an meiner 
Seite he rode alongside of me or by my 
side. — 4. at: trant am ^crjen sick at 
heart; on ber ?lrbcit fein to be at work; 
an ber ©vitje ber Sruppcn at the head of 
the troops; am Sijd) fi^cn to sit at (or 
by) the table; j-m ct. an ben fiopf Werfen 
to throw a th. at a p.'s head. — 5. by 
(tfll. a. .X, 4): id) ging an i^m öorbei I passed 
by him; er ftanb an mfincr Seite he stood 
liy my side or beside me; j-n an ber 
Sprad)e erfcnnen to know a p. by his 
speech; eS ift jd)niäl)Iid) an it)m gefüiibigt 
(ou(ji: geljanbclt) rooröen lie was shamefully 
done by. — (5. I'or: c§ ift ein 33ote (ein 
Srirf) an if)n ia a messenger (a letter) 
for him has arrived; fonicl an mir lieqt 
for my part; e§ ift nid)t an mir ju fagcn 
it is not for me to say. — 7. Irom : an 
Aopfttjei) leibcn to suffer from a head- 
ache; an ct. Pcrljinbcrn to prevent from 
(doing) a th. — 8. in: bie Sad)e an fid) 
the thing in itself; an f-r Stelle in his 
place; fünf an (ber) 3"^' ^^'^ 'ii number; 
an et. (nidit) glauben to (dis)lielieve in a 
th.; an et. SJergnügenfinben to find pleasure 
in a th.; arm an, reid) an ... poor in, rich 
in ... — 9. of: an et. bentm, erinnern, 
teilnehmen to think, remind, partake of 
a th.; an et. (üerläloeifeln to doubt (to 
despair) of a th.; iun)fd)ulbig an guilty 
(innocent) of; au§ 9Ji angel an for want 
of; 3>ff>fel an doubt of. — 10. on, upon : 
onberSftemfe on the Thames; an bem= 
iciben Sage on the same day; ba§ nagt 
an f-m igirjen it preys upon him; 9?ad)e 



an i-m üben to have (or take) one's re- 
venge on. — 11. over: on ben ?lu"gaben 
fi^cn to sit (Fpore) over one's lessons. — 
12. past: er eilte an un§ »orbei he hur- 
ried past us. — 13. to: binben (fetten) an 
to tie (chain) to; \ä) Ijing e§ an bie Ui5nnb 
I hung it to the wall; ii fd)ricb (roanbte 
mid)) an i^n I wrote (applied) to him; 
e-e Srage ridjtcn an to address a question 
to. — 14. up to: an ben Sifd) tuten to 
step up to the table; biS an§ (cb. nn ta^) 
^inn up to the chin ; bi§ an§ (hibe to the 
very end. — 15. with: bie ©d)nlb liegt 
an mir the fault lies with me. — 16. iRebenä- 
arten: e§ ift nid)t an bem this is not true; 
'\<i> roeife, it)a§ an H)m ift I know what 
(stuff) he is made of; fooici an mir ift as 
far as I am able; e§ läfit fid) Biele§ on if)m 
fabeln he has many faults; e§ ift fein 
gute§ S^aax on il)m The is a good-for- 
nothing; fie licfecn fein gute§ fyaax an 
iijm Fthey hadn't a (single) good word 
to say for him; e§ ging iljm an§ ?eben 
(an ben §al§) his life was at stake or 
in jeopardy; et. an bie grofee ®Iode t)a\u 
gen to spread (or blaze) a th. abroad ; bie§ 
liegt mir fcl)r am ^perien I am greatly in- 
terested in ...; i^ legte e§ ibni an§ ^erj 
I enjoined it on him; id) bin an ber 9{eif)e, 
bie iRiilje ift on mir it is my turn; an ben 
Sag tommeii to come to light. — II ado. 
17. «on biefem Sage on from this day forth; 
»on ber ^eit (ober Don iia) an ever since 
(then). — 18. X ell. (Idjiagt) an! present! 

— 19. ...=on (= l)inan), jSB. berg--on uphill. 
on»... ('^...) Sortilbc (in Siign mit verbs 

fteti Sep. (ga; ant. ab=...) 6}.: 1. Slnfano bet 
Jpanbiuiiß ober be§ SuftanbcS (commencement), 
ä». an-faulen to begin to rot. — 2. sin- 
näftetuna (approach), j». an-fliegen to fly 
near. — 3. SBcferiiBuna on el. anbereS (act of 
fixing to a th.), jS. an-nä[)en to sew on. 

— 4. fflcrii^nina mit bem fliitpet ( contact 
with the body), aS. aii-äiel)en to attract. 

— 5. Sielen aut etwaS ^in (aiming at a th.), 
jS. an-rufen to call out to. — 6. sto6 a'fltn 
et. (impact), its. gegen et. an-Iaufen to run 
against. — 7. Sumacfii (increase), j25. on- 
fdjrocüen to swell up. 

SlnobflUfientuä («^""«J") fgrdj.lwi @ (oine 
pi.) rel. Anabaptism; 9lnabaptifl (^"">^) 
m @ rel. Anabaptist (= ai<iet)ertäiifcr). 

3lnQd)orct(""^>^-)|grcb.| m ® ancho- 
rite, recluse; O/vifcf) «. (^b. anchoretic. 

9Jnod)ronifemn8 la (""^«Jv.) [grdj.J m 
@ anachronism (f. M. I). 

Slnogromm (">^^) fgri^.l « ® anagram. 

on-ät)ntln (*-") e^d., an-ät)nltrf)en 
(5Zv/u) (^a. Sep. via to assimilate. 

Slnofohitf) (Q (>^^"-^) [grd).j n ®, ^it 
(v^v^-i) /^ @ u. (gl gr. anacoluthon (f. M. I). 

onotreontifd) 03 (^-v'^i") a. (^b. {-aait 
5tit be§ fltd). Si^tctä Slna'frron) Anacreontic. 

Slnoleftcn <& (v^^^^) |grcb. ] nlpl. inv. 
analecta, select pieces pi.; anthology. 

onolog to (^"-), ~itd) (~^) |gra).| a. 
@b. analogous to or with; .^ifc^ erflarcn 
to analogise. 

Sinologie la (""--) fgrtfe.l f @ ii. & 
analogy (between, with); n. I)aben mit to 
bear analogy to, F to be on all fours with. 

Slnol»)fe -27 (-"-iv) [grd).| /■©, 2lnaH)fiö 
[yl^^j) f @ (pi^ ~feä) analysis. 

onolljfierbor <27 (v^^"-^-) a. @b. ana- 
lysable; 9l~feit f @ analysahleness. 

onoliqfieren co ("""-^") Igrcb.j via. @a. 

(in feine SBeflanbteÜe oufläfen) to analyse. 

SlnoUjtir !0 (>^v-i") |grd).| f @ ana- 
lytics/?/.; ~er w @a. aual}st; onoüjtifc^ 
a. ^h. unb adv. analytic(ally). 

Slnömie (^--) jc. [grd). | f. iolut-armnt zc. 

Slnontit k. f. 9lnnamit ac. 



3eiif|en [Wm" |.6.IX): Ffomilior; PiBoHSfprod)«; r®ounerfprod)e; \ feilen; t olt (au« geftorben); * neu {ant, geboren); Aunriditig; 

= ( 3a ) = 



tilt 3n4">i l>it Hbfürjungfii unb bic obatjonbitttn Stmtxfunfltn (Ä— •) f>nb born crtlört [-»1111111... •illlür...] 



VnonoS 9 (^^^){mala\\\^ f inv. {pi. 

Mln. ...nofjc) pinoaplilb iJirome'tiaj. 

Slnanae«... ("««...j in «.i.-Hunam. I »Hti: 

piuv-a|>|ili4-)..., iS. <vrib n PoAfunD: (jiiir-- 

apple ice.— II »lb. mut -. /vbrrt >i, ^(trttb)> 
tfaui n pinery; ~frbbffrf i /■pint- »tra»- 
lierry ; /s.Doflrl m orn. huiiiiiiiriK bird. 

on Qiitrrii ('•'^) via, Si d. tit p. 1. U/ tin 
Cd)iit -^ U> moor a ship to. — 2. O arcA. 
t<i fasten with iron biticc-H or cranipH. 

Unopaft (O (^"-J Igrd).) »>i in, mi», au« 

9 aiili|.X'Ht |»rrl<uft: """J; 0/wi|d) (—-i") 
a. tub. anHp%t.tir(nl). 

aiiarbritrn («»'-") si b. tep. I f/w. (b.) 
gcgtii el. ^ to work Htrenuously (or to bear 
up) BKaiiint ... — II vja. an ci. ~ to join 
(or ailiJ) to ... Iltteirtlsristtii) aiiarcliy.) 

tlnaritiir ("--) |flid).| f O •»" «/ 

aiiQr(l)i|(J) (""*") igrct).) a. $*b. an- 
archuliill. |a/«.i|tt|'i.^b.aua^ci<i^tlic).t 

finardiift (""-'l Ignt.lm ® anareiilst;/ 

an argrrn ('^") r/n. {(j,d.»«/>. ficbldoM 
•b. i-ni bit Sdjroinbliidjt .^ to worry o.s. or 
a p. into a rnnMuniption. 

an-artrn \ ('--) dyb. *rp. I via. to 
assimilate. — II r/n. ||n) o. fi4 ~ "Ifffl- 
to belrnnic) assimilated to. — III >vb, 
•n-nrartrt part. u. a. 6ib. innate, inbuni. 

Wnoftljriif lO (— -) |flrd).| /* ^ ■•» « 
path ItKtfübiioriilcit) an:i-stliosia. 

tinattjrui (-"-) (grd).) « ®, .«.a (««■'-) 
n t6 (pi. a ^Qto: "V,-"") i»annflu4) ana- 
thema, IpiipulJ exconimunicatiun. 

an-atuitn (*--) vja. ci.d. »rp. — on« 

t)aud]CM. |.(7f"^r. (Slrin.tlficn) Anatolia.) 
JJllOtoli-fll (""-(-)") I gtd). I n/^r.n^b.i 
llnatom » (""-) [gr(t).| wi '>t. h«». aait 
9 anal (Ullis t; ,s,'n(" — -)/°|9:a)aiiatoniY; 
b) dissecting room; »,iUx ("«-"") m ^a. 
anatomist; a/v>ifd) a. ^b. anatomical. 

on ät{rn ('•'") p/o. sic. arp. 1. O »«»(« 

Planen - to etch ... — 2. eh)ii. to be)Cin to 

erode. Iiast side-long icliinces at a p.\ 

an-äiigrln ('-") via. ci d. srp. j-u .v toj 

an bortfii (««i«) |budtn| r/o. mb I'/w 

(I), anb III) 91 a. »ep. 1. to biiku gently. — 

2. an ct. ^ to Htick (or to bake) to a tb. 

an bal)nrn ('-") vja. ei a. »rp. to pre- 

pari' |..r cleiir) the way for; ntuc ^onbclO' 

bcjubiingcii.^ to open up new cliannelH for 

triidf. I to (lot, to to conglobate. I 

anbalirn (*>'") fid) ^ r/rr/l. ^la, •»•/».I 

an bnuiirii c^'") i/a. oia. *#/>. i-n on d. 

^ to rivet ti p. (as ir by mngir) to a ih., 

tt irai IPK Qiiticbannt ... Kpell-buund. 

fin ban (^-) m ^ 1. ai/r. cultivation 

(of a lieUl). — 2. air/i. llStnbau) Uililitioliitl 
building; (I'aullitilcii) out-liouse, wing (nf a 
building); («rullaMi liew (| iirt of at town. 
— 3. Idiiiiitbciung) ('(dony, «ettloineiit. 

an bun bur ('•-) u. >ib. cultivable. 

an buuru ('-") im.trp. I vja. l.agr. 
to bring under cultivotuiii, to till; /ij/. to 
cultivate (arts or Kciinces). — 2 iiirh. t-n 
l^lllgd .^ to add a wing to (a building). — 
•I. tn Ctt ^ to culonisu a country. — 
II lidi too ^ vlfffl. to settle down in ... 

tin banrr ('-'») f>i «vn. t. liubamatn) 



piUIln 



(«InflcbUi) cololli.st, N( lllor. 



an brfrlilrn («---) iv.i. a- d.«f/<. i-ni <t. 
.. to Old) I (i.r conimaiul) a p. to do a th., 
to bid n |i. do n tli. 

tlnbrginn ('»^) »i dii dtn« ;>/.) flmt bo- 
irioning, cumuienciDieiit, Don .. on from 
the Hrst. |to<l ^ to keep on ...\ 

an brliallfii (*>"»-) i/«i. e<«p. ttp. Maml 

an-bri i' ) i></i'.# herewlih(enib>«eil), 
>. folgt on 'iJiiiflcT you herewith tecoivv 
a snni|>1(', stimi lo em losed. 

an bri||rn ('->-) 0»n. »rp. I r/a. to bito 
at (..r II piece offi ft 111. - II flrt) ^ r',trfl. 
to fasten one's t<>eth in. Ill i->. ||).): 



k) |fll*nri: to bit« («. fig. T ab».); hn ffl<4 I 



btijit en ... rises (to the bait); li) /ir/. one'» t<-<'tb toa p. |r 

anblribm (•'•' 



(•ulr-a J>,i»<) ^ to swallow a bait. — IV U^ 
n ^c. /iy. )iim %^ jd)ön most enchanting. 

an-btiangrn i*--*-) r/a. iwpmi. sia. 
tnufp. to concern; iDot mtd) (bit»l anbt« 
langt as far as I am (this i») concerned. 

an-bfllf(r)n («'*»'} dia.(d.), an brUrn 
(«i«j 91^ g,p I ,./„. (h.) 1. to bet'in to 
bark. — 2. in t>iib tomnit ongcbtUt ... 
comes along barking. — II r/ci. |-n ifiil), 
(a.) ^ to Niiarl at a p. (at one anotherl. 

an-brqurnirn i««^-) r/a. «. fi(4 ~ v!refl. 
61. a. nrp. to accommodate a th., to accom- 
modate O.S., to adapt (o.s.) to _. ; ftd) bra 
tlBftinbni .^ to yield to ... 

an-brraumrn («-->') I r/a. ga. #«7». to 
apjioint, B.s.sign, flx la time, date). — 
II tl~ n ^c. onb fin brrauDtnng f 9 
appointment (of the day, the date). 

onbftrn («--) I r/a. ■. r/«. (t).) fih. 
»rp. jn. Dot jm .> to adore, to worthip 
a p.; tr btttt fit on he idolises her. — 
II fU. n emc. uib flnbrtung f ^ adora- 
tion, worship. 

an-bttrncmrrt — an-bttung-Mvtrt. 

flnbrtrr (*-") m Wa. «.in f ^ wor- 
shipper; (eifHatn) admirer, iiirfri: adorer. 

fin bffradjl («-'S) m,fln-bftrrfl(«-^)wi: 
in .... 0^8 i-r Vogt considering (ur respect- 
ing) his position ; in .^, ba^ ... taking into 
account that... \intrp. ^ anbclangrn.l 

on-bftrrfffn («««J-) vja. imprrs. at-d.l 

an bttlrin ('"") 5i d. »rp. to solicit alms 
of a p ; to importune a p. ly te>.'ging. 

an-brtunge terrt ('-—"), •n)ntbig(.v«''-) 
a. >ib. adorable. 

an-bir8rn('-")p/a.^r. »«p. \.{ant. ab* 
birgtii) to liend to or towards. — 2. Poaiirl- 
Ipioit« u. % to annex; angcbugrn enclosed. 

an birtrn ('-") «»"f. »»7». I r/n. il) ) btt 
c-ifiuliion: to Start bidding, to bid first. 

— II ria unb ful) «. r/r«»//. to offer (o.s.l; 
; m j-c Sicnftc old ... .. to tender one's ser- 
vices to a p. as ...; f-r ^awt» ^ Ut ninke an 
offer (to a iii.ijr). — III a» gtbottn V />./<. 
u. a. 6*b. olTer(d. — IV <!«, n J»c «. fln- 
birtiiiig/'M o(Ter(iiig), |Vci«iiiiaoi proposal. 

fin biflrr i'--)fM 44a.. .vin / W:«)ouc 
who otters, 9 seller; b) first bidder. 

an bilbrn \ ('■^") rja. i\h. »ep. j-m tt. 
.« to iiK ulcate a th. in(to) a p. 

onbinbrn ('<'"') »a. »rp. I r/a. 1. {ant. 
nb■blll^lnl d. on ct. [itat. ck. arc.)^ to tie 
II th. (la-st) to...;f.nr 
up a dog. — i<<l»iib<i( I 
lo tether ... ; fiii. \\\ Un^ ^ Hi»»« talinil 
to kee|i a strict linnd over a p. ; ^I• tis f>(ci 
.V to moor .„; tin ]a« .« to belay (or la«bi... 

— 8. fii/. jm ct. ^ (julbinb«n) to tell a p. a 
fib (or story) about a th.; F |-m en Vdnii . 
lo run up a debt with a p. — 4. O cm Vutb 
(-III onbiTn ■„ to bind a book with another 

— II r/N.ib.) mil i-m.^ to enter into rehi. 
tiolisliipwitb a p ,bII b » to p.< k a (juarrvl 
with a p. — III an grbnnbrn > • 

^b Ritnched, liind, /I'l tin | 
0' 



n-Uftfr« Fi**^) f^n «r. -.i-f. i/^ahio» 

«oa.1 

p. to( 



/». 



ÜII biiilrlii 

an bluirn i'-' 
.« to blow at (or R^ainsii a p. 
J^ciitt -„ to blow up th« fi" 
(•ta, ilaia l«a .. to blow, 
l-n .. to receiTii a p. with >• <> 
ppta; hunt.Vxt Sagb .« tn open the rliane 
»,'■ • ' • .... 



>r tti.; bd« 
2 i .,. 

.<«' .... 
Ki "> truni' 



8. piux:. t 
anblatlrii 

to I'iiIm Mi 

anblattrii 



I»U ... 
•'.I' . I 



nj früc« » 
ri .„ id mir 

fbia. 

olook 

1 »rp. ft. .. 



i) bolt to.) 
to (fasten/ 

\>. »ep. mm 

• in r -:p.| 
( 



I r ' 
fln-bl\d i*^) m ii 

l»M)»pe. t.i ' -^ - 

at the firs- 

jun):bfr I l')u'i.- I..- 

an blitftn (*-') - 
(or plain 1) Bt : I- 

anblininlin 1 
to piiZ'- lit a th. with 

an blofrn (*--) r, i ;^ 

bl(.-nt lor |i>w) at a p. 

an-bol)rrn ('--) I r/o. fta, »ep. 1. 1.. 
begin to bore or p<-rf>irate; f-ik^'a«: to 
terebrate. — 2. tin i}üfi. boi Jd<:n ^ t*> 
broach (nr tap) a ca«k or barr» I. ^rtaMW 
^ to sruttle ... — II fU. n Mr. as» V» 
bolininfl f tt *rr 04t)Ma>t terebratioa; 
J/«-lC*tli I 

an bol|rii 

anbotbtn vL- 
cnti:n. I 

an-broflfnyl'l'^-"!' <i.:i « 

an brattn (*--) sop. (j. b _ p. 

I r/a. to (lH>gin to) roast. — II »Im. (fa) 
to bum to the pan. 

an-braulrn I'--') r/i«.(fn) Sictrp.mnt. 
an-gvbruuft lonimcn to come rushio;; (or 
roaring) along, »«■ 3aj> ii4: to amra at 

full »peeil. 

an-brtd)rn(''^)Md. «rp. I r/a. 1. rtn 
Srot ^ to I loaf; da S«| .. to 

broach...;! . to break into ooe'a 

provisiuiis; X in i'[,-! gor » to op.'n (up) 
a lode. — II in. i|ni '2 i x Toq bri^l aa 
the (lay is dawning . .- .-; b<i «b<m 

2ag( atdaybnak or u.. "■-^'»*t 

at oightfail — 3. (triiiimi t ) 

decnv; ont^brodirnc« Cbit daan.-u uuit. 
— Ill fl.^ n »>c. — flu-btuit ^. 

an-brrnntn ['■^) fix. »rp I r,m. {\u\ 

1. to (iitdi flr>, to berin ti> bum. — 

2. fl»«rBBf) ' 'I 
(ricd)rn) to • 1. 
n 4t-} ^ 1.1 i' 

II r/a. pft -> 
Viitl. nut liitain .„ to Hgnt ... ~ I I I 

bronnl /> /). unb o -*'■ m»»'»»» 
brünntiniAinii •■ 

on-bringrn ( ' ; I ' > 

put (ur fit) Up; la«!': 
(or a place) fi'r. ■ 

tt CtrDuni bi1*4f 



ftca«! 



r 
t- 

auiiibnng« 


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to Di 




Vfi 


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V. ' 

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fin 

f-'rnii 
«,»1 ( * 

Hn bib^ X 
of a) ludv Of I»»' 



ijjjirm a p, — 
>rU armuBMlto; 

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= 1 art I = 



[^Ittbt... ^Iltbt...] Substantive Verbs arc only given, if not translated by act (or action) of 



•Ing. 



«n-briid)iflfcit (««s—) /• @ putrescence, 
(incipient) ik'cay.lbt^CtneS) unsoundness. 

anbriititn (*-") fja. c; a. sf-p. to scald, 
to soak in (or to infuse with) boiling water. 

Oll-briillfn («-i-) pla,qi&.sep.to bellow 
(or roar) at (f. on-idjrcicn). 

on-br«nimrn (*^") v!a. @a. sep. to 
growl (or grumble) at» 

on-briitrn (^--) r/a. @b. sep. to begin 
to liatih; angibrutctfä gi addle(d) egg. 

9liidiüt)f it. j. ^liiitbooe k. 

«iicirnnctäKom-l-^-Jlit-]/"© (»-l»'-) 
(tienft.üttrt) seniority (In the service). 

Sln-büd)t I*"') f® (religious) devotion 
or devoutuess; («ewtl devotional exercise; 
\-t ^ l)iiltcn to attend to one's devotions; 
to be at prayers; in ... Bcrfuntcn wrapt in 
devotion ; ^j;"flu(iil an .». distraction. 

31 ii-bärt)telti (''>'"- u. ■=>'"-) /■© outward 
devotion, bigotry, cant; on-bÖd)tdli (^-i-^) 
vjn. (b.) 21 d. insep. to sham devotion. 

on-bäd)tifl («-J") rt. @»b. 1. devout, pious; 
b.s. bigoted, saintly. - 2. fiff. attentive; 
in-e.vCnSubC'r"! beloved brethren!; adv. 
n böite ^ jii he listened attentively. 

9ln-bäd)tlcr ("-) m @a., ~in f@ h.s. 
(false) devotee, hypocrite, F saint. 

9ln-bad)tS...., Q.v.... (^>'...) in Sflfl«- 1 »ß: 
devotional ..., jS. ~fifcr tn dev. zeal; ~' 
Punbcn flpl. dev. hours or exercises p/. — 
II ^|^. gäOr: ~bu(^ n manual of devotion, 
spiritual guide; -^lo8 a. lacking devotion; 
»vloi'iflfeil /"want of devotion; ~iibMn8cn 
flpl. devotions pi.; ~DOU a. devout; tfil. 
on-bödjt.g. 

SlnbQliiri-en(""-(")")"pr.M.@b.y<'o^r. 
(Stocinj in 6üt-6panien) Andalusia. 

3lnbQlu|l-cr (""-(")") m @a., ~ln f @, 
anbolufiid) («"-") a. ^b. Andalusian. 

Mubanioncn-Snirln (""-"«''") npr.flpl. 

@ geogr. lim ffienflflli'Ä.n SRccttufcn) Anda- 
mans p/. iKofitt.^ todam up ...1 

on-bQmmen(*''") t/o. ?ja. «ep. to bar;/ 

on-bonipitn (^"*") @a. srp. I vjn. (fn) 
1. to rise as steam. — 2. ongcbnmpft 
fommcn to come steaming along or at full 
speed. — II oia. F i-n .„ (oon ©veifen) to in- 
vite by a savourv odour. 

an-baiifrn (^-") I vjn. ({).) @d. sep. to 
last; to continue; bcr Oicgcn bauert on it 
keeps on raining. — II 91/v n @c. con- 
tinuousness. — III fJti p.pr. unb a. @b. 
continuous, uninterrupted. 

an-bem ("-) adv. = an bcm (f. an 16). 

anbcn (>^") rpr. flpl. @ geogr. bie .„ 
(tnb.aiEmiaiiil4f OjfiitftStctie) the Andes pi. 

an-btnfrii (^-i«) tea. «pp. I\ t/«. 
(^.) 1. bent' (mal) on I only think!, F just 
fancy! — 2. to remember. — II 2l/>./ n 
@b.: a) (o. pi.) minnory; remembrance; 
jum 91.,. on in memory of, bib. rel. in 
remembrance of; im 9l.„ behalten to bear 
in mind; bftjnlt' mic^ in jrcunblidicm 91.^ 
keep me in kind remembrance; in flutcm 
%[«. bei j-m fteljfn to be in a p.'s good 
books; b) (mil pi.) ((bcjrf)cntc jum) 91.^ 
souvenir, keepsake. 

Onbf r ('^") fe« b. I a. (nut oU «Itribuf) 1. ntfl: 
other, I», ^e ?ütbir other books; e-c on> 
bert SSrillt, 6d)erc another pair of spec- 
tacles, scissors; .^e I'cute other people, 
others; frin Snibfi ip tin gon^ .^cr OTm'cfe 
... is quitf! another (or a different) sort of 
person; grnj .vtr OTrinung jiin to be of a 
totally different opinion. — 2. fflib. Böttc: 
c-r ober bfr.„t some one or other; either; 
einmal fibtr bo§ .„e ngnin and (or over and 
over) again; einen Sog um ben .^n every 
•thor (or alternate) day; e-u Sog nod) bcni 
.^n day after day; ein SqI): ins .vC gcrcd)nct 
taking one year with another; ein ^ti 
Sjtmt anjie^en to change one's shirt or 



linen ; .ver 9lnfid)t, .^en ©inncö xo. to change 
one's niind;.vc£Qitcnf.uiilinniuntochange 
one's tone. — II 9l~f(r), Slnbrdr) m, 
9l~C, 9lnbve /"(mfi nein efWiiictcn) (an)other; 
fein.vCr ol§ none other than, no other but; 
c& ift feinc§~n Sodje nlS jeinc it is nobody's 
business but his; FboS mad)cn Sie (c-m) 
.vU roei§ tell that to your granny or to the 
marines; c-r nm bin .^n alternately, by 
(or in) turns ; unter e-m .^n bifcUigcn to be 
second in command; unter .^.n among the 
rest. — III 9l~(cs), 9lubrc(fe) w (nu* nein 
8cWt.) (anjother; ein§ briid)te ba§ -.e one 
thing led to another; bo§ ift ct. .v.c§ that's 
another thing, F that's another pair of 
breeches; cin§ in§ ^t geved)nct one with 
the other; unb nod) oieleS ...e and many 
other things; nid)t§ .^e§ ol5 nothing (else) 
h\\t\prvb. ein.^e§ ift »erjprcdien, ein .ve§ 
Ijaltcn it is one thing to promise and an- 
other to perform. 

9l«bcr'..., n~.... (*"...) in Siifln; ,x.nrtio< 
/x-Ici a. of another (or a different) kind (ou* 
GnberS'QVtig); ~nioI adv. anotlier time; 
/>.niolt9 a. happening another time; /v^jeitfe 
adv. on the other hand ; ^IDÖrtig a. other; 
further; ~Wiirt§, ~tt)cit adv. elsewhere; 
«.Wcitig a.: a) = ...ronvt'.g; adv. — Uimitl; 
bjdtiicbertoit) repeated ;c)~nicitig fiber ct.»er= 
jügin to dispose of a 1 h. in a different way. 
aiiberbor S, (^^-) a. @.b. changeable. 
Siiibcrci \ (•^^-) f ® chopping and 
changing. 
onteierfcitS (■'!""■') adv. = Qnber=feit§. 
onberit'... ('^"...) in Sfign mit adv.: /vfoIIS 
else, otherwise; in the contrary case; />^ortS 
= anber'ttifirtS ; ~lcilfe on the other hand. 
hltbtrn (^") i^i d. I vja. 1. mft: to change, 
to alter; teilrceife ~. to modify; bn§ onbcrt 
bie 6od)e that alters the case; feinen Ston 
.^ to change one's tone, to talk in a dif- 
ferent strain; sum 9?ort{il, 9}ad)tcil ~ to 
change for the better, for the worse; 
feine SSohnung ^ to change (or shift) 
one's residence. — 2. fflib. Satte: id) tann'S 
nidit .V I cannot help it; bQ§ ift nid)t ju .v 
that cannot be iielped or remedied ; prvb. 
gcfd)cl)ene Singe finb ni(^t nieljr ju .v, it's 
(of) no use crying over spilt milk. — 
II vjn. (\j.) u. fid) ~ vlreft. to change, to 
alter; er Ijot fid) fel)r ju f.m9.'orteil gtänbctt 
he is greatly inij. roved; bie Snd)c (otcrc§) 
Infet fid) nid)t~ it can't be helped ;bo§S5(>ctter 
Qubcrt \\ii ... is changing; bet Sffiinb änbcvt 
fitÖ ... is shifting ; Ä »on ben iPieilen: to vary, 
to fluctuate. — III 9i~« @c. f. 9inberung. 
nnberö (~'") adv. 1. otherwise ; (serldiitbin) 
differently; ct ift gauj r.. gittjorbcn lie is 
quite different from what he was; £§ luirb 
balb ~. IDcrben things will take a new turn 
soon; er frri(f)t ~. olSerbcnft be says one 
thing and means another; boS if! nun ein= 
mnlnid)t~ there it is and cannot he helped; 
itö tQiin nid)t .^ 1 have no choice (in the 
matter) ; nitr föiinte ba§ ... fein oI§ ... V who 
could it be but... V; id) lonn nid)t.^, id)mn^ 
meinen 1 cannot help (or refrain from) cry- 
ing, I cannot but weep; fid) ^ befinnen to 
change one's mind; et. ^ beuten to put a 
different construction on a th.— 2. (irgenb) 
j. ~ somebody (any one) else; irgeiibiDO ^ 
anywhere else; nitmcinb .,, qI§ er nobody 
(else) but he; nirgenb(tuo)~nowheree]se; 
mx (moS) .V ol§ cr (bieS) V who (what) else 
but he (this)?; roo.N.V where elseV;.v,n)ol)in 
to some other place; .v tt)o()er from else- 
where. — 3. in SibinflungSföften : Wenn ^, 
Wofem .,, if indeed, pro\ ided that. 

91llbcrfe...., OUbcr&.... (*"...) in SL-ietunsen. 
I mil : ^ hetero..., j95. /v-ßcflnltet a. hetero- 
niorpiious;^8loubcnb,~gläiibiB a. tf/eoL: 
© heterodox. — II »ib. gföUe : ~bcnfcnb a. 



thinking otherwise, dissenting; «..forbig 
a. of a different colour; «..gcfinnt a. dif- 
ferently minded; ~rcbfnb a. with a dif- 
ferent speech ; «x-Wie adv. in some other 
manner; ~H)0«rfy. elsewhere; tgi. anbev§ 2. 
anbrrt-t)alb {^^•^) a. j»h^. one and a half; 
^ ^-fiinb a pound and a half; -. Saljr eigh- 
teen months ;.^lJufe longo.: 57 sesquipedal. 
Dnbfrtl)alb'...('">'>i...)in3ffflnj«.:~iä^ri9 
a. eighteen months old; ~fol)leniauer a.: 
.x.lol)linfQureS ©alj: © sesquicarbonate. 

anbert-^albig (•ß^-i^) a. lib. one-and-a- 
half times; niaih.: Ql sesquialter. 

Sinbenilig (^"^) f@ change, alteration; 
(beficmbe) improvement, (teiiroeilt) modifica- 
tion; ® (betgsreife) variation; ^ erfQt)ren, 
erieiben to undergo (or suffer) a change. 
SinbeningS'... (■''""...) in 3(..fc%ungen, J». : 
,^monic, ~fud)t, «^WUt f mania for chan- 
ging; />..öorfd)lo9 ui pari, amendment. 

aii-bcutcii (*-"') ^ h.sep. I vja. 1. to in- 
dicate, to intimate; er beutite mir on. bnfe... 
he gave me to understand that ... ; fliit^tig, 
(eid)t ~. to make allusion to; paint., &c. 
to outline, to suggest. — 2. (Borbetbebeuten) 
to announce; eajiiinnieB ~ to forebode ... — 
II fi«^ ~ vlreft. 3. to show o.s.; fi* gut ~ 
to promise well. — III iJtp.pr. u. a. @b. 
4. indicative (or suggestive) of. — IV 9W 
n @c. unb Qln-brulung /" @ 5. indication, 
intimation of, Icife 9Uuiig (an. auf) allusion 
(to), suggestion (of); bueibigenbe: innuendo; 
eine 9liibeutiing mad)in to (drop a) hint. — 
G. iilbcnbe fifintte : outline, sketch. — 7. (Set 
bebeutune) foreboding. 

on-bfUtuii8e>tteifc("^-"'-^) adv. byway 
of suggestion or allusion. 

0U-bid)tEn (^^") I via. @b. sep. j-m ci 
^ to ascribe (or impute) a th. falsely (or 
fantastically) to a p. — II 9l/v- n @c. unb 
2ln-bid)lMnö f @ (false) imputation. 

an-bouncrn \ l^^'") via. k}. d. sep. j-n ~ 
to shout at a p. with a voice of thunder; 
roie angebonmrt bQflel;en to stand (as if) 
thunder-struck. \[Marfuhium vuU/are)\ 
Slnborn ^ (^^) wi ® (white) hoarhoundj 
Slnborrn («^") npr.n. @ geogr. (Mfpublil 
in ben Sßprcnäcn) Andorra; ~ betreff cnb, S9e- 
lüol)ner(in) »on ^ Andorran. 

QU-borren ('''^") vin. (fn) @a. sep. to 
adhere to a th. in drying. 

Qln-brang {"■•'') »« ® 1. ~ »on mengen 
throng, concourse; thea. bet ^ ju biefem 
Stud ifigrofe this piece draws large crowds 
or audiences; .y, ju einet »ant rush on ... — 
2. path. ^ be? siutes, bet 6äite congestion. 
an-brängcn (*>'^) ^a. sep. I via. j-n on 

bie aaSanb ic. ^ to press (or push) a p. 
against .. — II firf) ~ vlreft. an j-n to 
press close to a p. ; F to thrust o.s. on a p. 

Slltbreod ("-") m @ (an.) Andrew, Andy. 

9lnbrtoS'... ("-"...) in Sfian: ~feft n, 
/vtog m St. Andrew'sDay ; ^freuj n cross 
of St. Andrew or St. Patrick; .«/Orben m 
(Bcbottianb) Order of St. Andrew. 

on-brfd)fcln (■^-'ffe") via. i&d. sep. einen 
fiHopf on ben iJegcl .», to turn (on the lathe) 
a knob to the ninepin ; ftg. : F j-m etrooS ^ 
to palm a th. upon a p. ; bet Sod filjt iljm roie 
ongebredjfelt ... fits him to perfection, Ffita 
him like a glove. 

an-brct)eM (■^-") vja. @a,.sep. 1. to begin 
to turn; fig. to set going; bai ®o#, SBadet ~ 
to turn on ... — 2. = on-brecbl'eln. — 3. to 
fasten by twisting; fig. j-m et. obet e-e 5lofe 
^ to fool (F to do or gammon) a p. 

OM-brEfrf)cn (^>*") vIn. (().) ^e. sep. to 
begin to thrash. 

on-bvingcn (*^") f /"• (fn) @a. sep. 1. auf 
j-n .V, to press (or push) on towards a p.; ouf 
ben Seinb ~ to rush on ... — 2. ba§ Slut bringt 
gegen ben .fiipj nn ... rushes to the head. 



Signs (I 



I page IX): F familiar; P vulgar; F flash; \rare; t obsolete (died); * new word (born); A incorrect; C7 scientific; 

S= ( 34 ) = 



Tb« Signi, AbbreiiatioDi and det Obi.(Q— «) are explained at the beginniDg of this book. [^Hll bf. . . ^i( Ilfll . 



an brinqlid) \ l*-*-) a. 6* i>. intrtiKive. 

?lll6rofli)ii to (""-) |flrd).| HI On hi.Tiiia- 
fihrndiii: ; a^i}(t) (I. 'i* li. aii(iri>(;}iioiiH. 

an-brof)rii C^-^l I /•/«. oi a. «»•/<. j-m (mit) 
<t. ~ i» tliri'utvn (I'f nii-iiiii'<-) a |i. with a 
th. — II 4I~ 1 *»i.-. ant )tn-brol|itnfl f do 
thrfnt(ffiiiig). niciiiirtf; lut. : bii, untir VI ii« 
^To^iing tiller (^ilbflrair umlir |>i'iiiilty uf 
-a dun. !'.'//'■ K"'")^ ^' pri'^x.! 

«nbriirf («'i) »I 31 l.priHhiiiK.— 2 Ol 

anöriirffii O i*-*") p/a. ciu. »»'/<., ////). 
1. t<i ailil ill |iriiitiiig. — 2. to sot tliti 
priiitiiit.'-pr<?«.s ffoiinf. 

on-bnitfrn (*>'") I c/a. i\ a. »^/i. to jirpss 
(or squuczu) ii^iiiiist i.r nii t<i; bic 2IiOt -.. to 
«lose ... — II anflrbriicft />./>. 1. a. Qtb. 
prodsfd (on to); * upineHMcd. 

on-buitrii ('>*") r/rt. ei b. lep. j-n .v to 
«xliiilo fiti^'rnni'o lowiuils n p. litlncid.) 

^iifibf (----) |')'(iii'ii8 i!-nwis| f ©( 

an-rifrrn (*-«) I //a. ci d. *>-/<. to »tirmi- 
latf, to roliü)- |ti> action). — II ?!,%, n ^c. 
«nb fin rifrniitn f *•> vtiniiilation. 

nii-rianrii ('->') I vja t lirrfl.^i.arp. 
•fid) ((/«r)ct, .w to npj)ro|.i iiit<! n th. (to o.s.), 
to make it ono".s own; fid) rinf ffnnn ~ to 
«cquire (or niantcr) ...; fid) ff Wirool nhcit 
^ to contract a linbit; phyKiol. (in fiit aul 
«(Ini(n) to a.ssiniilate; \\\t) ti. anmaftm) to 
(isurp a th. — II )l/w n ^c. u. Un-rignunQ 
/ jij ii|i|iropriatioi) ; phijsio!. a.ssiniilution ; 
fltirnlljiimf \'(^i:ng u.surpation. 

an-f in-anbrr (o. : on cinaiibcr) («-<*»/ „p^ 

■'-'") (idr. togcthir; a. fnHmcIjuib mit brm 
rerh. iV.: 2aur >>,flrd|trn to s|.licü ...; Ä^fij- 
fltn to join to>fithir; <«.grrntrn to conif 
to bhiws; «vßrfnirn to bu mi-hboiirs; 
W.f/for/r. to iiortlor on, to hnuiid; n>l)än> 
flfn, /N^tlrbrn to stick topcthor, & tocon- 
Klntinatc; ^prallrn to collidn; <vrii(frn to 
■niovn closio tojfctliir; .N,ftofirn: a) — ^• 
flrciijrii ; h) — .^DroIIin. — Vä\. b»n fcig. «tt. 

"Jliifin niifcfr-..., o^-... (>'-'"...) in snan, 
»p.: 'wfUQiMiH /■ jiitntiiri'; O carp. a.s.scni- 
Ming; /^.Qrriijrn »i conti(fuity ; /^flrtnjrnb 
•a.(-onti|j:uoijs; u(ljaccnt;n^l)aiiQrnba.ci>ii. 
tinnoiiH, colicnnt ; ..^^rirbril n: i27 conglu- 
tination; /wpralirn n collision; .vftobtn "■ 
*) — ^(jrciijiii. b) — .^prolltii. 

ÄiifiJ! (--") /■|«r. — ftnc-ibt. 

«iitfbotf (""--) I (Ud). I /■ « (</«>«. «iiff- 
^ötd)cn /')aiicciloto;alt(.^ Jul! .Miller (fM.l I. 

nnrtbolrii'..., o.^'... ("""-...) in.'-in.vi.j».: 
.•«..artifl a. ani'cilot|ic)Hl,<vbud) n.^jninni- 
liinn f collection of anecdote«; «vjagrr, 
.>^lirbl|nbrr w niieciloto-hunter. 

antlboltnhoft I-»'-"- ).ont(boti|(ft (""--) 
•o. 9ib. -- aiiilbotcii-nitin. 

on-fftln e^--) ,ia. iid. ar/>. fliBQ» 
«fell III (tj (»[•». auA mir) an, id) ((dc cS nn 
1 fuel a loutliiii)r for (it an uveihion tol 
Jt til., it HirkeiiN nie. |electri( (all I 

anflfftiiirtj {■^^i^) \^rd).\ a. 5*b. an-/ 

Wnrnio-nraiiti o l"''"-i)"< »« .•nirlrrc? 

<"""-")« («0 Ma.lflid) |/)Ai/» (roii.liirn.f) 
anenio^-i Aph, aiienioinetrr, Miiiiltrniiire. 
«nrnionf ("-•£-) igrdj.! f ^ \.i wind- 

(lower ( /t$ii-iniittt ttniioniiHi ). ~ )S. CO. 

(Grr*).,. (koa )iiiicnione, to actinia. 

Wnrtuonrii-..., nnrinonrn'... ("«"-'..) m 
.St Ifa». 1»'.: ~iirlni M a.: ^iul!\\c I'llunjdi 
///'/. aiu'inniiciii f)l, 

nn-ruip|rl|lrn («--«l I via. 0»d. nrp. to 
(relconinieiiil. — II flii-riii|'lrl|liinn ^ 41 
recoinniciiilMlion, («ciumd puM|iM|;l. 

an-rnipjiiibrii ('«"'-) vltrfi. ^n. #r/». 
fid) i-iii ^ to ndnpt on<<'« neiitinienta (or 
opiiiions) to thoüo of another p. 

an rrbrn («-»»-l c/«. Oi a. »rp. \\.m tt ^ 
to trniivniit a th. to a p. by iiilicritjinco; 
•ofi !■ p.p. aiugicrbt hervditary. 



fin rrbirtrn (««•'-) n ♦ic. ■■» tin- 
rrblrtunR /" 64 offer, propfmal; en .^ on« 
ntlinicn to aicipt iur cluae with) an offer, 
lieubig: to jiinip at it. 

on-rrfannl !*"•*) /.p. u.a. 6tb. (»gi. an* 
frffiiiicn ) ai kiiowli:.l|{.d; tt \fi c.n ^a 
lUnfttr. .^rrinajtrn ado. tin IKnfltr he in 
a niB.ster of ackiioMli-dired repute; tx if) 
.^(crma^tnl fin €d)ufl lie is a notonouM 
roj.'iie; .^f S^hntfadirn established factH. 

anrtfrnnbar ('"^-) a. >wb. rccognLs- 
ahle, fit to be ai knowlidt'ed. 

on-rrrrnnrn e^-) I r/a. (a&.trp., .% 
itigrp. 1. to acknowledge, to recognise; 
tn Vlniftiid) ... to allow a claim; (in P.nb 
(nid)tiQl6baS feiiii(ir.w tü(di8)own achild, 
(t. all Catibrii .^, nid)l .„ to odniit, to dis- 
allow a th.; K f-n iTtilrt ^ to honour ... — 
2. (lfbfn)tot|i|.reciate; |-«8ctbi(llP ^ to do 
(full) justice to a p.'s merit. — li^hp.pr. 
u. a. ^b. appreciatiTe; fid) ^b aiiOJpr(d)(n 
i.brr to expresa ime's approl ation of. 

an-rrrrnnrnffiorrt ('"<'<'- la. 5* b.wi.rthy 
of ai kiinwl(d^.'nu nt or of njipre« iation. 

fln-rrfrnntuie («-■«-) /* ^ ebfin ^ — 
'^In-irdiiniiiifl. 

Wn-frfrnnunfl(«>"*-')/"© I. recognition. 
— 2 gc'tl;lid)c .^ ,i ffinbri legitimation ... — 
']. (iDuibigunfl) approbation, appreciation; 
auf fiuiftrOun^rn: iKPiiourable mention. 

9ln-rrrtnniinfle<..., a>^... (*-■**'...) <■ 
.snan. iS. : ~loe a. unappreciatire; <«fd)rri« 
bril n letter of approbation urof ackiiow- 
lidgiiMiiti^toürbifln - an-crfcnncnsroctt. 

Unrro-ib-^aronirtrr O (»'--^.«vi«) 
Igrd).] m in) 0a. anernidl-barometor). 

an-rr|d)affrn («»"«"j I r/a. 90 r. »rp. to 
impart (or implant) by birth or in (the act 
cf) ( nation. — II pp. nnb a. ^h. innate, 
inlioni; tfli. on flcburcn. 

an-triirtjfn («"•£«) i/«. ^f. trp. j-m tt. 
.y. to ini| ai1 a th. to a p. by education. 

on-fndjfln ('"*") r/a. Cid. »rp. to fan. 

an-fiidjrn !*>'") via. si a. »r//. to breathe 
(iip)oii, Mb. \iir frlnii'mt ^ to blow (up) into 
a tlanie; I'ribdijttnjtiii ^ t4) rouso the paa- 
^ions; ;;JiiiiclriJd;t ^ to foment discord. 

an-fabrin ('--I via. 91 d. »rp. to string, 
to thread; fiif. tin Wrfpnld) - to «tart (or 
to enter into) a conversation with. 

«n-(al)r.... {'-...) i« atia«. »» : ^fd|od|t 
^ III descending (or working) shaft. 

on-tal)rbar ('--) a. ^b. nccegsible; fit 
niaArn r pa.ssablo; tAcCAilt«: navigable. 

an|al)rrn ('->') 0"r. »rp. I vja. 1. to 
carry (or conrey ) by waggon or boat; «tt-n 
Oalra t(. .V to call (or touch) at — 2. fifl. 
l-n (■Ull'ailfii) ^ to rel "up! 

ap. — II r/M.(fn( 3^, 111(11 

to come up (oT along) in a cniimgr or .-«hip; 
bri i-in ^ to drive up at a p.'t house. — 
4. J^ jnr '?l rb( it ^ to descend (.ir tog»» down) 
the alialt. — &. (|n ■. b) («»nfl»! to dash 
against, to run foul of; »«i tHw ift auf 
r-n 6t<iii aitoifi-.l)rtn .. has stru> k against 
u Htimo ; bfT (tubiB«** dal oiificfabrcn ... ha> 
run into another »I'bicle. — O./fy. fibri ,.•- 
iibdoii liiiilm. - IIItl^N 0*r. i.rartiaire. 
cartage. — S rebuke, hitrsh talking lu 

fin (oljrl ('-I M* • («"'Bi-'il *rr)vs|. — 
2. X ~ in f i: ' loa 

mine). — 8. (i > nuo; 

III CAl'^t laiidiiitr-pl.'ice, quiir, jetty. 

fln|oU|<'')rN 31 l.\lA*a)fall|«|rainst 
a th.). — 2. 1«ii«<iitl Attack, auault, («•. 

llBi«) Oll'l "■■•i'l ^<l »<i «cilirtl; »hork. — 

i./aih. . nrurr .„ rr lapse : t.n4 

jC>ii(lfn.oiiiiui. ■■■■it(«a.— 4 (CH*!'!) 

I fitlling-in) V rerervion l<if an 

oatate). — 6 >fti I, iir /■. 

•«•lontn («•»-! >• p. . I 
Mcumnl Ulf. — S. i-ui . 



to fall to a p.» «hare or lot. — II - i 

8.(aa(iHlr*) t/i fall u|«in. loa'* ^ '• •• >-,i... 

Hit fftaant I fi< I it)n on ... I m. — 

4. hunt, »ft e*>i.tait ♦* ' ' tu aa _ 
takes up (or track!) ' 

•B-faUig t ('■*-) a 3* nary ; 

bat mir .^r Wiltrcgul the • «tat« 
who h »ill fall to no- 

Vn-talle-... ('■* )ic :\r»>: 

/v^rlb, <*.rrit|t n revi ri|..ii. 

fln-(oiifl '*-^i "1 Ji I »■"'■ 

CI' ■ 

gil.r 

early part (or years) of the • 
Don .^ en from the rery coui::. . 
outset, from the (lr»t; OiO ^ b 
from beginning to end; prri*. u. •. 
fd)n)cr ail begiiiniiifs are dirn< ult; 
f)iiigr bobcn Heine VmAngr gr> ' ' 
have small beginnings. — 2. VI» i 

(Nib|«|><0{>eningor...;^(-tCiai( I 
of ...; ^ ft llfbf i{. eX'ir.ium. 'n' 
of ... ; .,. bfi e4«lt r>.'-op«-niii.- 
bling)or...;.wt«Tl9ifWn'«jf! ' 
...;&(n^ mit rt. modhn ' 
astart) with...; f-n^n , 
to crop up; riara DM Don ^ an ft 
bfuflfn to nip ... in the bud. — 6. - 
on-fanem (*-*-) I r/o., ■ 

vjiiiiprr»., drrfl. >>]>.trp. 1. ■>': 
to commence ; vicbti .^ U» beg ii: 
resume; ron Oorn ^ to befin .i 
jrinning; miebrr con ooni .,. to i 
again; .„ }u jd)rfib(n ' 
commence wr-tir;?; ' 

blingrrn IbiiT ryorfpackuO; 

rr bat ficin C.I . ganinaamall 

way; ct. brim unrrdil^n Vnbr («tn Dcrfcbitl 
^ to begin a th. at the wronif end — »<». 
tint: 8.|u aibfitrn.,. f to cut ia;('i'&t o- 
iD(d)|(l mil jni ^ to enter miocoir-sp nJ- 
elice with a p.; risra IWiti>e * to ot.oii _, 
tin nnif» Üfbfn, tt n<ai l?fb<u«iwi|< , t. 
turn oTer a new leaf; c-n t'ro^fi m.t i-m » 
to bring an action ii. 
law with) a p.; bit e«. 
is I ■ • • ur re-.l^ 

ipi ■ ^tart a > . 

Ur mil i-m .„ to ngtif a p. ib 

coil' I. — S. ID4 ri>Li*n •■) ikii) 

to engage (or embark) in 

to establish (or open) a b 

up in business ; J^iib<r i|^.i' 

j-m .^ to pii k a nuiirrrl « . 

fUr«M\>üiiSiiu-icn ^ tobeirin li'u<' 

ilnffl - ' 

btti . ' 

tx I>1> I il ( 

as \ ' ■ : » 

oni 

ft ! .. . 

irons in tlie tire; iit) nxi^ n ^ •■ 

• on I don't !> V. :,}. 1 « , ., 

wlioro to bi 
I 

ll^ejj.. 



gieriitiKiii , . 

at a" e 

11 '11 '*-*'• ) «, •» b 

Inr. . <l «o'r — an-Uact^ 

•N fant* r at) Um b*^ 

ginning «r ' r« afc n i» 

rhNnloral)- k^ttvm 

th* »ery ovtJirt 

^ .^M» : • ■ ■ • 

II Ian« Nt • 

.'tdllb M 



O machinery; ^ mining; X military; <L marine; t i>ulaiiival; 9 comnenlal; * |>o«lal; M raiiwa), • «*••»« ««m r*«* tX>. 

=:(««)= ft* 



[5lttf d... 5Itt(^C...] eubflant. !B crbQ fmb meiil nur gegeben, toenn fie ni*l act (ob. action) of... ob. ».Ing laute«. 



II S?fb. 55Ue: «^buttjftobf m initial (letter); 
grofeer ^b. capital (letter), typ.: f cap; 
^griiiibr mjpl. einer SPinenidinft (first) ele- 
ments pi., nidinu'nts pi., the ABC of ...; 
}u ben ^giüiibfii gcbprig elementary, rudi- 
mentary; i-n in bin ^grfinbin untcvricbtcn 
to ground a p. in tlie elements; /^.-lo^ a. 
without a beginning; ~tilinft »i starting- 
point; ,».H)orte nipl. introductory words; 
~5tilt G f lyp. head-line. 

nn-förbcu (*~^") vja. gift- sep. to colour, 
to paint; (tufitrn) to touch up; fig. to 
tinge. Itaken hold of, tangible.1 

an-fafebor (^''-) a. @b. that may be/ 

on-jaiirn ('"*") ^c.sep.\ r/a. to seize, 
to take (or get, lay, catch) hold of; ctroaS 
brim (un)rcd)tcn ^nbe (obergipfil) ~ to go 
the right (wrong) way to work; et. tcr- 
ffbrt ^ a. to put the cart before the horse; 
/i;/. mit ®laccct)anbid)ul)cn (rfidriitSBca) ~ to 
treat gently or considerately; raul) (au*: 
fdjorj) .^ tohandle roughly; om firagcn .„ 
to collar. — H tin. (I).): a) oiigcfofet! 
fofet mit on! bear (or lend) a hand!; 
b) (SBunti fofifti) to take root. — III 5l~ 
« ^c. (act of) seizing; apprehension. 

an-fotilrn (^-") I vin. (jn) (g a. sep. to 
begin to decay or to rot; angefaultes Cbft 
(half) decayed fruit. — II 21~ n ^c. 
incipient decay, lO putrescence. 

an-fr(t)tbar (^'*-) o. (gb. contestable. 

att-ftdjten C''^") vja. <& e. sep. 1. ptx]u\\ii : 

to combat; tine SReinunfl ~ to impugn (or 
contest)...; bieSiaufcirfitbiaieit: to impeach...; 
ein Seftamcnl (eine äC-oljI) ~ to dispute a 
will (an election). — 2. et. !B5|e§ fid)t m\i) 
an ... is troubling my mind; toa% ficfet il)n 
on? what's the matter with himV; lo^ 
bid) ba5 nidjt .^! never mind that! 

?ln-ft(^tun8 (*''") /■ @ 1. contestation, 
impugnment. — 2. ret. (Scrfu^una) temp- 
tation; idjroere ~ sore trial. 

on-fcilcn (^-") via. @,a. sep. to begin 
to file; eine Spi^e on et. ~ to file a point 
to ._ ; © SPoRenfabt. : to mark with a file. 

on-fcinben |^-") I vja, ^h. sep. j-n ~ 
to show ill-will (or enmity) to a p., to 
persecute a p. — II 91,%, « @c. unb ?ln< 
feinbiing f @ persecution, hostility. 

on-iertigcn (^>'"") \ ^ja, @a. sep. to 
make; in einet Sabril: to manufacture; id) 
Hefe eine Übirie^iing baoon ~. I had it 
translated; e-e iKeinjcbrift ~ to produce a 
copy of .. — II 9I~ M i&c. n.Sln-fcrfignng 
f^ making, manufacture, jfacturer.l 

9ln-ffrtigfr(""")»i@a.maker,manu-J 

on-fcflf In (•=>'") via. i^i d. sep. to attach, 
fetter to; fig. an |-n Scfereibtiid) angejcljclt 
fein fo be chained to one's desk. 

nn-fe1tcn (^>i") via. (§, b. sej?. to grease. 

2ln-ieud)t.... (^-...) in snan, ja.: ^grube 

O /'Saoittfabritation: sizing-vat or -trough; 
~titnirl m damping-brush. 

on-ftuif)fen («-") via. @b. sep. to 
moiitfeii, ftärfer: to damp, to wet; fig. fitb 
bie ©urgcl, bic ßcl)le .., F to moisten one's 
throat or clay, to wet one's whistle. 

«n-feud)ter («-«) m %&. %% typ. 
moistener, wetter. 

on-ffuern («-i") I via. (gd. sep. 1. ben 
Cffn It .w to light (or heat) ... — 2. fig. to 
fire (with passion), to inflame, to incite. 
— II ?l~ »I ^c. u. ?ln-ftueruMfl/"@. gu 
1 : lighting, heating. — 3u 2: incitement. 

«n-feuernng?.... («-t"- ...) in sfign, jB.: 
'vltbe f powerful harangue, stirring 
<.ddress. | to begin to felt or to plank.\ 

on-fifien O («>i") via. Sic. *e/>.«)utm.:/ 

on-finben («•'") fid) ^ vlref.. 6oa. sep. 
■u'M»?. eetirif,iene(i4fnt to be found (again). 

on-firni|ifn © (C>s-v) „ja, ^c. sep. to 
»amish (over). 



on-flottern (^"'") vIn. (jn) ^d. sep. to 
flutter (or fly) against. 

on-flcd)tcn (^''>') via. @e. sep. on tt. ^ 
to join by plaiting (or twisting) on to ... 

on-Qe^rn (*-") I via. $i a. sep. to im- 
plore; i-n (tnftflnbigfi) urn ©nube ~ to cry 
(litifully) for mercy to a p. — II 31/x, n 
@c. n. 2ln-flrt)ung f @ imploration, sup- 
plication (addressed to). [bleden.l 

an-fletid)cn l*«'") via. @c. sep. .= on«/ 

an-fli(fcn (^"'") via. Ci a. sep. et. on et. ^ 
to patch (or sew) ... on to a th.; an ein ilPett 
et. ^ to tack a th. on to ...; F fig. fie roiD 
iljm et. ^ she wants to jilay him a trick. 

on-Pifflen (*-") fef. sep. I «/»»■ 1- ~i 
angeflrgcn fommen to come flying (along), 
to be borne along on wings ; an et. ^ to 
fly (or strike) against a th. (with full 
force). — fflfb. SStte: 2. to attach o.s. in 
flying; paint. tt)ie angeflogen delicately 
laid on. — 3. fig. et. fliegt mir (o. vja. mid)) 
on ... occurs to me; oflc§ fliegt il)m on, 
etmo: he's fortune's minion or favourite. 

— II via. i-t fonjte {Rote flog ibre SBangen 
on a rosy blush tinged her cheeks. 

on-flic6cn (^-") vIn. (fn) ^e.sep. ^, 
ongeflofjcn tommen to come flowing along; 
on ettt)a§ .«, to flow to (or against) s. th. 

on-flö^cn (^-") I vja. (gc. sep. 1. S^oli 
^ to float wood (or carry it as a raft) to 
a place. — 2. (anf^mcmmen) to deposit. — 

II 9l,>, n @c. unb Sln-fiöfeung f @ B. bes 
t>oijc§: floating, rafting. — 4. »on 2onb: 
alluvial soil or deposit, alluvion. 

91n-flug ('''-) tn i|l 1. approach (or flight) 
of birds, &c.; (siuffiieeen) soaring. — 2. ^ 
bet Siü(6tt: gloss; metall. efflorescence; 
(onaeWoffenet Salfctet) saltpetre crystals (or 
crust) forming; for. seeds p/. sown by the 
wind. — 3. fig. (6put ton ct.) trace, touch 
of; ein Icitbter ^ con Schnurrbart first 
signs pi. of a moustache; .», Bon iKBte red 
flush ; ein ^ Don SBiffen a mere smattering. 

Sln-flufe C^'^) m (^ I. ^ bc§ aiofjirS 
approach (or rise) of water; ?ln' unb 9lb» 
flufe be§ 9[Jleerc§ high and low tide. — 
2. (9ln(iitiJeniniunfl) alluvium. 

an-flutcn (*-") vIn. (fn) @b. sep. to 
flow (or rush) towards (or against) ... 

on-forbcrn (*>'") via. gd. sep. to exact. 

91n-forberung {^J'^^^) f % demand; 
grofee (ober t)ol)e) .^en on j-n ftctlen to re- 
quire (or expect) a great deal of a p.; 
alien ^tn genügen to meet all requirements. 

3tn-fioge C^-^) f ® I. demand ; bei j-m 
rocgen (cb. liber) ct. „. f ^un to make inquiries 
of a p. about a th. — 2. an bie üJiiniftei: inter- 
pellation. 

on-froßcit (*-»') v/n. (I).), vja. @r. sep. 
bei i-m (obet W«. i-n) .», nod) (urn) efnjaS to 
inquire of a p. about a th.; bitte, tragen 
©ie bei ibm on please apply to him. 

on-frej;fn (^■''^) 1 via. ^ m. sep. 1. meiß: 
to gnaw (or nibble) at. — SBib.gäae: 2. Don 
5Jlotten, ai^ürmern angefrcfjcn moth- or 
worm-eaten. — 3. chm. to attack, beijenb: 
to corrode, to eat into;^a<A. bom J^rebS 
ongefrcfjen cancerous, gangrenous. — 
II «^b p.pr. unb a. (^b. ehm., path, corro- 
sive, (a^erb) caustic. — III 'Ü/v/ n @c. u. 
Stn-frcfjung f @ corrosion; path, caries. 

on-fvfunbcn (^-") vja. gb. sep. to 
make friends with. 

on-fricrcn (*-") «/«. (fn) @f. sep. on 
etmaS ^ to freeze on (or fast) to a thing. 

9ln-frifd).... © (^'^...) in sna» mft: (re-) 
fining-..., jS. ~gefQi; n, /vtrog m ref.-vessel 
or -trough ; A.,t)crb,/v/Of en tu fining-furnace. 

on-frijdjen i*''") I via. gc. sep. 1. to 
refresh; metall. Sfiei-eläite ic: to revive (or 
reduce) ...; bit Sompe ^ to fill (or trim) ... 

— 2. fig. (anfeuern) to stir (up), to rouse. 



— II 91«.. « ©c. unb 9ln-frifd)un8 f 9 

refreshing (process) ; meUdl. reduction, 

9ln-frifd)er © ('^^") m @a. metall. 
workman who reduces litharge, &c. 

on-fngcu © (^-") ga. sep. = fugen 1. 

on-fiigen (^-^) I via. unb fid) ^ virefl. 
@a. Sep. to adjoin, to annex; ein eieaei .^ 
to affix ...; bo§ einem »riefe u. eingefügte the 
enclosure; fid) j-m ob. einer So(ie .s, (anfoffen) 
to attach o.s. to ... — 11 9t~ n %q. unb 
9ln-fügnng f @ annexing; addition. 

on-fül)lcn l'*-") ga. sep. I via. 1. to 
feel, to touch. — 2. mon fü^lt e§ i^m on, 
bafe ... one feels that ... — II fic^ ~ 
virefl. (l)ort, njei^) to feel hard, soft. 

2ln-ful)r (*-) /■ @ 1. carriage, cartage. 

— 2. (Sufubr) imports, imported goods ^/. 
an-füt)ren (*-") r/a. ga. sep. 1. (leiten) 

to be (or march) at the head of ...; tin 
S^ttx ^ to command an army ; ben 9}ad)trob 
.», to bring up the rear; ben Sicietn, Sonj ~ 
to lead ... — 2. (onleittn) i-n JU etwas ^ to 
initiate (or tutor) a p. in ... — 3. (beibringtn) 
ais SBtifjiici: to instance; äBeweife: to adduce; 
©rünbe: to assign; eteOen: to quote or cite; 
falfcft .„ to misquote; üor()er ongcfül)rt 
above-mentioned, aforesaid; ti^atfacJien : to 
allege; jur (Jntfcbulbigung .„ to plead in 
excuse; Weiter bot er nid)t§ (ju f-r SKecbt- 
fertigung) anjufubrcn he has nothing 
further to say (for himself). — 4. (bintti- 
BcSfJi) to gull, to cheat, Fto take in; to 
diddle; fid) (Bon j-m) Icid&t .v lafftn, aui*: to 
fall an easy prey to a p. ; leidjt Qnjujütjrcn 
F gullible; nid)t leid)t anjiifül)itn F up to 
snufl'; reieber angeführt! Fsold again! 

9ln-fül)rer l-^-") m @a., ~in f® l.^m 
leader; (obcrftcr) .», commander(-in-chief); 
.V, t-s ffcmpiotti ringleader. — 2. .^.in f ma- 
nageress, conductress, leader (of a choir). 

9ln-fii^rfrftf)Qft (^^^'^) f @ leadership. 

9tn-fü^tung ("^-^) f @ I. leadership; 
guidance; e-§ 4)eere§: (chief) command. — 
2. e-tStene: quotation; b. ©riinben: allegation 

9ln-fUl)rung8>...(*-"...) in Sl-fe^unßcn.jS. : 
/v/feJ)lcr m misquotation ; .x/jeidjcn n invert- 
ed commas pi. (for marking quotations). 

an-fiillen (**'") ga.sep. I via. to fill up 
(mit et. with a th.); bi§ jum Übermaße ~, 
to cram, to stuff; bit etro6e ift mit ilBaaen, 
ajienfibcn angefuflt ... is crowded with ...; # 
ben ©pei(*er mit aCoren .^ to stock ... — II fi(^ 
«, virefl. to be (F to get) filled with; mit 
Stieiie: to gorge O.S. — III 9(~ n @c. un* 
9ln-füUun9 f # cramming, repletion. 

9l«-gobe C^-^) f®\. (Musioae) declara- 
tion, beim 3oIIamte aui6 : entry ; Don I^otia(ien : 
statement, fal!(6e: misstatement; oi§ 3euae: 
evidence; nöl)ere .«, (ausfunft) information, 
nöberc^n^/., oft: particulars/»/.; f-r.«, ju- 
folge according to what he says or asserts. 

— 2. .^ Bon 2;rudfcl)Icin errata pi.; ^ be9 
§QUl)t»onl)0lte§ summary. — 3. .v. (Mnjeiae) 
Bor (i5erittit information, i.«. denunciation. 

— 4. (Jinweiiuna) instruction(s />/.), (aenane) 
specification, detailed scheme. 

9ln-gQbe'... (*-" ..) in Sflan, »s. : ~lifte f, 
,v,jettel m -i, declaration of goods shipped. 

on-floffcn Fl*''") via. ga. sej». to gape 
(fiärtet : to stare) at, %ö%m\d) : to leer at. 

on-ßöljncn (^-^) via. ga. sep. 1. ta 
yawn at. — 2. ein 9lbgrunb gäl)nt i^n an an 
abyss yawns (open-muuthed) before him. 

on-gcb-bor (*--) a. (g^b. assignable. 

an-geben (*-") ^\.sep.lvla.l.(txfihxtM} 
to state; ben (Srunb .v für ... to account for ...; 
©lOnbe .s, to assign ... ; au§ ben angegebenen 
©rünben from the reasons mentioned; 
au§fü5rHiJi .V to particularise, einjeln ... to 
specify; in berfiürje~ to sum up; e-n falfd)en 
Xiamen .^ to give a false name; eint 6tunbe ^ 
to appoint ... ; % äBaten §iir SerjoUung ~ ta 



Sfti^enfi^-f. 6. IX): F familiar ;PiBoH§ipro*e;r®auncrit)rad)e;\ feiten ;tolt(au* 

= ( 36 ) =: 



geftorben); *neu (ouiS geboren); +\unri(^tig; 



Die 'S^'idivx, bic Vbtflr)ungm unb bir abgtfonbtrtrn ScmrTtungtn ( 



)fiU»o 



declare, to enter ...; }u mrnig « to under- 

Htat«, to filter »hört; ttuiU, Dirlit -^ to 
quote...; btn 'il'ert uon ft. ^ to value a th.; 
tafVaMrn: tOÜ);rlarR the value of; Iftaiiftit«) 
i-n qI8 tot jc. ^ U> return a p. andcait.ili:. — 
2. J btn Jolt ~. to mark (or heat) time ; btn 
ion ^: a) tu give th«,- k'-y-note; \>) fly. to 
Het the fashion, to (take the) lead; i-iRctc 
^ to Houn«! ... — 8. (omrtgrn) to denounce (a 
criminal, afTinn.-), WnidSultige; F to split on. 

— 4. (tntnrrirn, anoibnrn) to design, to de- 
vise; to BiifTliCest; 4/ brn PuiS -^ to shape 
one's course. — 5. W JDaim ^ to give ... in 
part-iiayment; tx latitf 3o siarf bsi unb gnb 
tint Ul)r on ... and (javc a watth into the 
bargain. — 6. (aniadtn) to pay on account. 

— 7. Soflfti. BnRnii .„ to play (foolish) 
tricks or prank.i ; tDoS nicrbtn fit it^t 
nod) .».? F what will they be up to m-xtV 

— II vin. (I).) 8. »ailfn|pi<I: {ant. ob« 
Qtbtn) to have the first deal. — 0. bit 
Öcbrr IPid nid)t .^ ... won't mark ; tin tiamnri 
iBi »laeirt ipill nid)t .V ... won't sound. — 
ill jid) ~ rlrrfl. 10. to give o.s. up (to 
the policf); fid) iOr (cbrt alS) bin (^rbtn .^ 
to come forwtird as heir to ...; # f'd) oIS 
fallit .» to declare o.s. insolvent. — IV ?l~ 
n ^c. 11. — Vlnc^abc. — 12. deiiun<:iation. 

Iln-Bfbrr {'-") m ^a., <vin /■ Ä 1. .> 
♦•i Dianii author of ... — 2. ^ tto SrntS. 
3!oil'.^ louder (of fashion). — '.). (Xcnaaiiant) 
infi.ruiiT, spv;|ut. .vliliiii(4uibi(irn approver. 

«n-Btbfrfi («'-"-' un» «^"-) f M I'»- 
espionage, (system of) denunciation; 
C4ulr: tiile-tellinc, Fsneaking. 

on-flfberild) (*•'"") a. ^h. 1. \ (»tpm 
>«rit4) .^tr ilopf inventive genius. — 
2. (bfiiunjifTfiib) playing the informer, Ac. 
(*al ^ngtbtr :i). | present or gift.) 

Än-flfbinbf ('"''") »*>u (birthday Ac.)/ 

an-ßrblid) l^-^) a. (ab. Ibtr «njabr nacti 

(a. ^trniatirn af/r.) as stated or alh ged; 
bitjtt .^tPOnftltr this so-called artist; ttni 
Cummt Don ^ f)lH) Vlait ... said t4) bo (equal 
to) -£■'-'.">; • bet .^f Üi'trttho nominal value. 

Qn-ßfboflfn I«--»') |. on bitflin. 

an Rtborrn (*"-") f>.p. a. a. s* b. inborn, 
innate, bred iii,bltn. inbred ;(titU4) heredit- 
ary ; ^t 6tt)nidd)r constitutional weaknohi. 

nn-flrbot (*"-) n ® 1. (Dftficigfrurai 
t<rst liicj. — 2 <K offer, tender; ^ unb 
^(iififrnof snpply and demand. 

on-flrbotrn (««-") |. on b.rtcn. 

an-nrbrad)t ('""*) f. nn-lirinflrn, «.fr- 
ninfirn wir. bolUtingly, at tsuiiui lotinie 

an-nrbrnnnt (*">5) j. on-brtinnn. 

an (ifbunbrn («"•*-) j. on-binbtn. 

an nfbfitjtn ('"-") «•/«, »>o. »rp. im ib 
inf.: I m ft. ^ lojltn to grant a th. to (i.r 
bestow it on) a p.: jm linc gair Srilrtung .^ 
laffrn to pivo a p. ... |(fn II. \ 

<ln flfbrnftn (*-->»»') n »c. _ on-bcn-i 

an-nftiDdt» ('"■'-) |. onflirfltn. 

an nrfloilrii C*"*-) |, Qn-fliti.tu. 

an rtfO'i'iflf" (*"<*") |. onflcbin. 

an iinii'iifn (*-«5»/) | ^^ (jitjtui. 

on nfflriflrn ('">'«') j. on rtrnjin : fl.^l|rit 

f V4 ni'r\i>UH or dolii'ate stnte (of health). 

fln-nrlinnflr. -flrlianflltl («->•'-) n «t«». 
appi'Miliii;i<; tun «.liinuit: pendant, drop, 
an n^hrn (••'") »». »rp. I ph. (jnl 

I. (bng-a'n grt<ii) to mount. — 2. Itnlanginl 

to conimeni-o; bot €tnd fltt t urn 7 Ut)t on 
th« play will begin at 7 o'clock: it bit 
3in|tn QiUn b.n bnitr on the intrreat 
will run from this dny; bif 6r1:ntt UMr^ 
bolb ^ srho(d will soon reopen; UMt ipullcn 
(• bamit fnrtlr >. Iniitn wu won't bo in a 
hurry. — .H. I in aiuub grtatm) to catch (or 
take lire); tal C^ii nxH nidit .« ... won't 

burn. — 4. liiii'.uiieni to k-iow st.'iln or lu- 

trid; flot" 



game. — 5. »on «IHbaagKlMta : to go (or llip) 

00 easily. — tt. Iiritii« Mn| to be paaaable, 
toleral'le; (ibarllik In«) to be feasible, 
[iractirible; bo9 t)rl)t n:d)t on that won't 
do: bat s n^t oUinfalls nod) on Fit might 
do on a pinch. — II r/u. (■(! m\\ |ni 7. ifa 
tBfig «. to climb (up) ... — M. j-n ~ to a|>- 
proach (or BccoHti a. p.; flg. to apply to 

' a [>. dim tt. for a th ) — tt. laft bii t)) bat 
gtijt mid) ibitm. ■ mirl n:d)tt on thit does 
not concern me ; tr fli 1)1 un« nid)tl an he is 
nobody (or notliinir) t4) us; not bicft 6ad)( 
ongil)! as regards thia matter. — III an> 
flrflonflrn p.p. anb a. 6«b. 10. ongrgongcn 
tuninttn to come walking along. — II. (aa. 
gttauii K.) |. 4 aab on-biiid) g, on-toulcn >c. 

— IV >^h p.pr. unb u. ö<b. commencing; 
incipient; .^Dtr «t|i h. young ... ; .».btr 
Stiibtnt freshman ; .^btr 3);fr\igtt one just 
turned forty or not mui h over forty; bti 
.^brr 'iladbt at nightfall or dusk. 

Vn-grl|ör (*--) n ^ (»./>/.) property. 

an-0tl)orrn (*»'-«) r/«. {tt.) ^in. »tp. 
i-m ^ to belong (or ai>pertain) to a p.; 
(»rnranbi In) to be (a)kin (or related) to; 
c-i «rlfUiitalt .> to be t member of ... 

angrl)ori0 («"-«) $*b. I a. 1. j-m ^ 
belonging (or appertaining) to a p.; mir 
(bit. ihm I ^, all Viibiiai : mine (yours, bis). 

— II W^tlrl r«, "W/N<f f. 2. rilntion, rela- 
tive; kinsmiin m, kinswoman f; mtint V^tn 
my kinsfolk or family; V.vt pi. trttfibta 
eiaiiti fellow-citizens pi. — !}. alltt mit 
'.l^f all my belongings p/. 

nn-erl)öri0rrit (««---) f ^ appur- 
tenance; IVtivanbHAatt) relationship. 

an-grifrrn ('-") p/o. Jjd. »ep. to slaver 
over; bib. flg. to slander, to backbite. 

«n flrriagfflr) («---) »», «ii flfflOBtt f 

6ib. tlir acciisod; ffraitnal Viatrt prisuucr: 
.Si«il'$r*|ri : defendant; e^lAnbungt-Htaktt : 
respondent;!, a. bt-jdulbigtn a. {rci'jptdttn. 
«ngrl ' (■'"I f 9&,\vt »ic, dim. .^djtn 
n ^b. I.lb<i2i)ui) hinge; out ben ..n beben 
to uiibingu; flg.: )tD:id)en 2ljQt unb .^ be- 
tween two tires: bit iL'tll ont 6fn,n beben 
to shake the world (to its foundations). — 
2. (bal »CTuai R« rl. btftt) pivot (» ^•funtt). 

— 3. (laai RiMlangrl: a)(Oatra) Ashing- 
hook; b) Ikal gan^i tUrititng) angling-rod ur 
-line ; ft .^ nod) rt., t-a outnet jcn to Dsh (or 
angle, hook) for ... — 4 (la fii Iir4(nb<e»t|< 
(inn Alinn'l ■■'pike (of a knile ur sword). 

iMngtl* (--) npr.m. ^Sc («lattaci U\ 
\.'anr|(taf| angrln) AligiO — Vgl. ~ '. 

flnHrI-...,0/v'... ('" . lia^uUBBcnktaagc* 

1 )u '.'liittel ^ "li- angling-..., tixlung-..., tS. 
■^Irinr ; — ^|d)iiut ; /viutr f ant;ling-rod ; 
'widinur f fishing line; ^^irug m fishinK 
tackle. — II Ctioabtii SiiOr : /«.boitb O n 
Aitlal.; butt hii>g>'; <vbltl O <> en Aiig>r«i<ai 
plummet sinkers ;>/. ; <>.lrft (i p'>tl. »•■ flib. 
ball firm in it-^ '* ^n|(t)rr m angler; 
>««fi|d|rrri ^ni <ii. ^lotimn <i. 9 
aab to. hooktil, ^J l.aumte(dl; <«))lal| »i 
convenient «fot f.>r nmrlers; .«.|)iinrt »m 
pivot ;<i- 

cinri ifilg' ' 

'viorii tuiv.: bi« itii ftebt (iprrrM^nieit on<n 

... is wide open. \*^P t" arrive ( 

oii-inrllonani (*(-)"*~) p/w. (\n\ »lal 

ttngflb I***) H V earnest (monny). 

un flrtrfltn («''^-) a ^b. (i. on.lifBrn) 

near to oiii-'-t henrf, imi-ortant: rr boltr 

nid)t4 Vlvrrrf \\\ lljiin. nl« |ii ... ho did his 

utmost (no 8.«) to . , t ■ 

^ ff n l.tfltn to I . 

a til 'un |u ... I 

1 Sil ! 

tin ntlrgrnliril i - i ; • 

(•. Ill u-. ■ :iu-. . "V •; He r _ ■ 

^1 



riln}]c.^^^ilniic...| 

mtngtn, mifd)ni to meddle 
with of 

on-qri instaiit. 

me " my L-.;Lrt;i;AL a»b; adw. 

ur».' I bnnQbrn to pat forth 

OD«'» I' ; l-a «ufl ^|r mtMIn 

... iBoct r laajrlcr.l 

Vnflrriirc i -(-)») m Oa., ^in f %] 

Vngrlifo (---^l ^ M I "i-' r.tTi«.i 
Amrelua.— II ♦a.a' (Ctj»)t 

nngrln' {^^) npr.n. imr. ... 

angrln* l<^) 1 p/a. a. p/n. ib.i 
angle mad) for).— i. flg.Htn^*) ■•.■> ■ ^l. m. 
to ensnare; nod) tt. .^ iftrbn) to aspire to 
a th. — llIU, n 0«r. Btt UBtti«n BO««» 
fly-f)shin»r — Sgl. '«.*. 

an-grlobrn C^-^) r/a. 6a.«<^^p.topttiai- 
ise Isoleninl)), to vow. 

tin griobnte i'-'--) n H. Hngrlobnnf 
(*"-") f W S'llfHin promise, vow. 

Ungtlladiit I'-^lir)»»» fc.HngrlfadjftB 
f (D, angrliadjfiid) a. >,h. AngN>6«ion. 

an-grnirfjrn i'-^^) a. 6«b. Iin«i«i«ran« 
mtjjtn) (»afltak) appropriate; well adapted 
for .... bra naeiatva: suitable to ... ; {nf 
l»CT4vab) conformable or proportional« to, 
ae/r. in confi-rmity with ...: ^tt VnK|a<li 
proper conduct ; ^rr "' .\son»bI« 

chargels); ^t Straft c< ..ihmeot; 

für .. balttn to think til, dit ^nl n:(bl - 
out of se.ii'^n. 'iiitimely. 



U* 



■)n 



«n gr 
ness, sii. 

angrnrtjin t'^-) ^b I a. 1. afre«ablr. 
pleasant; ^et itbn comfortable . ; ..(• 
&<tfin engaging manners />!. ; tcot D r ^ t| 
just as you please; Sit find nut 0ftl ^ 
you are always welcome: (t iQ mii .„ \* 
b&rcn I am pleased (or glad) to bear. — 
2. Ht (bfgcbn) in demand : ^tr • la. SnMnI 
F to be looking up, to be imfiroviog. — 
II %~t{r) m a. fl/«.(ltl n the sirreeabU. 

an-grnoniuirn (««^-) f. anntbmca. 

tlngrr [■^■') »i ^a. grasa-plot, fnmt 
(-■wsnl), meadow, |>a.sture-Iand, como 

nngrr-... {'•'...) ia3f(i.i«. : .«JIni 
n, .«.blunir f # daisy {h»iJt» ^m^'mmjI; 
.%.gra* # n meadow-grass l/b« «'•■■■). 

on grrifirn (*«"*~) f on-retttn. 



defendant. 
: 9»b iHi anfebtnl 
obptl: • ^tt i'ttiaC 

'lujr. 



fin gridiulbiglrtr) 

td)UlCiatr f >ib lat. 

or . 
cot 

re»| «» t«U :,, 

^ fem bfi ... . . 

«~Drit (.-I / •• <» /• -i 

an gritfttn (*~J-i j 

tin grfid)! ('^1 n M au r 1. i«>liMl 

«av yrH. aa» i/al.: ■'" i.>.. J- 

Ctranbtt m sigbt 

bft gaaira IB'll. b«* iV>i <<• • i >' <- 
before ...; |-a Pen > Iraara « bv 
2. tMaiti«) face, coantaaanr«, ic- 
b<uttt .t in tb« sweat of tl>v bi 



m'^iiiM 



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nesa. 1 


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^ Wifftniftatt; O Xcitnit; X «trgbau; ^ IKililAr; «t tMaiint; t Dftanit, • ti^nM, « Vf) A vli-««»««*. V IksM u •>«&!> 



[^IttüC... 5lUllU...] Substantive Verbs are only given, if not translated by act (or action) of^ 



.ina 



on-gtwlilinfn i««-^) via. n. vlrefl. @a. 
Sep. i-m ifidjl ct. ~, \ j-ii Ifid)) an ct. ~ to 
accustom, habituate a p. or o.s. to a th.; 
ficb ftira» ~ to contract a habit of ... 

fln-Bttt)ol)nljcit (^"--), Sln-flcwöönmiö 
('^-^)f@ (old) habit; au§~lroni habit. 

on-flifBein'-") I vla.^oe.sep. 1. to pour 
against. — 2. ( onfeuditcn ) to moisten. — 
3' fc.-n aVin ~ to broach ... — 4. © (an 
ft. Kffftiatn) to join by casting to ...; fiff. 
»CI Sea \\^i bir tüic ongegomn ... fits you 
splendidly; cr T'tit ouj bcm ipfcrbc roic an- 
fltgoficn, etira: F he sits the horse as if he 
was glued to it. — II 2l~ n ®c. pouring 
against, &c, (f. I). 

on-ßirrrn C^*'") via. ®a. sep. to coo at. 

«nglaiff (c-gla'-j*) lir.) f ® (Scitientanj) 
country-dance. Ion, fig. to smile at.l 

an-eliin](n {^'^") via. ^1 c. sep. to shine/ 

on-Bltidjcn ('-") I via. &ia. sep. to 
assimilate.— II 9I~ n @c. u. Wll-gleidjUlig 
f @ assimilation. 

an-fllfiten (^-") W«. (f") @n- «fP- 
gegen et. ~ to slip (and strike) against a th. 

«Inglcr C^^) \. ^Ingclcr. 

flngliti&nnig ("^Ife-^") [It.] m © (enai. 

erra« (TigentümliAtcit) Anglicism. 

SJnglifoner ("--") lit.] m @a., ~in f 
®, anglifnnift^ (v..iv.) «. (gb. Anglican; 
bit on9litöni''d)e ^ird)e, ou* : the Church of 
England, the Established Church. 

on-fll iminen l***") §0 e. u. @, a. sep. I vin. 
(^. unb fn) to begin to glow; to glimmer 
faintly. — II via. tine GiBatrc «, to light ... 

anglifieren («"-") [It.J r/a. iga. 1. (tno- 
\\is> madien) to Anglicise. — 2. ein ipjcrb ~ 
to dock a horsefs tail). 

91nglo>9lornianne »1 @ , onglooiotinan' 
nijd) a. @b. (^"»^-S") Anglo-Norman. 

an-glo^en F (^''") W«. @c. sfp. j-n ~ 
to stare (or gape) at a p. 

an-glüt)en (^-'') @,a. sep. I jj/k. (fn) 
to begin to glow. — II vja. to fire, to 
flush ; SDein ~ to mull ... ; an-gegliitit red-hot. 

Slngoro.... («-"...) in snan. I mcift: An- 
gora-..., s9. ~faniiici)cn n zo. A.-rabbit; 
~fo^e f zo. A.-cat; «.-jiege f zo. A. -goat. 

— II sib. San : ~gnrn n, ~^oot « mohair, 
on-greijbar (*--) a. %h. assailable; 

?l~tfit (^-~) f® (o.pl.) assailahleness. 
on-grcifen (*-") fen. (j. grcijcn) sep. 
I via. 1. to seize (hold of), (onfaflcn) to 
handle; j-n bei f-t fdbiuod;cn Seite ^ to get 
on the right side of a p.; prvb. locr 5pecö 
angreift, befubelt fitft they that touch 
pitch will be defiled. — 2. tteitS. : ein ffleif 
-. to undertake ..., to take ... in hand; 
rt. (unlgcjc^icft ~ to set about a th. in the 
right (wrong) way; ct. ridjtig (berftljvt) ~ 
to begin a th. at the right (wrong) end; 
tin Übel bei bcr äi'urjel .^, to strike at the 
root of an evil. — 3. Sottäte ~ (anriitiren) 
to break into ..., bas ftapitm ^ to touch ... 

— 4. (i4trä(ien) to weaken, ftärtet: to ex- 
haust; tu «ugen ~ to try (flätfcr : to hurt) ... ; 
bie Oicjunbljcit ^ to injure one's health ; bie 
Settrn ^ to affect ...; m-e DttBen finb fcl)r on» 
flegtiff cn ... unstrung ; fid) ongcgriff m füljlcit 
to feel weak (f done ujj); angegriffen au^' 
fe^tn to look worn (F washed out); eöute 
flttift SRciaae on ... eats into, corrodes ...; 
bet e*nee greift bie gdjn^e on ... is bad for 
(the l<;atl.er of) the boots. — 5. X (an. 
♦•Dti) to attack, assail; mit bcm Sajcnc'tt 
». to charge with the bayonet; ein Sanb .^ 
to in¥ade ... — II fn^ ... vlrefl. 0. fid) rau^ 
~ to feel rough (j. cn-fu^len II). — 7. (p* 
anitnin) to Strain (o.s.), to spend one's 
strength; fid) ju fet)r «, to overfatigue o.s., 
Fto knock o.s. up; eon «uSgaben: to give 
liberally or freely, to spare no expense. 

— Ill 5U/ « fee. unb 9tn-greifung f @ 



8. (a?m.«ren) ; a) attiB: touch; b) Jjalfit : ?l~ 
bcr Dlerocn nervous debility. — IV /x/b 
p.pr. u. a. (&b. 9. (mnfibeni)) fatiguing. — 
10. (anfaflenb) ofleiisive, aggressive; bcr 
91^be the aggressor, ftöviet: assailant. 

SIn-grcifcr (*-") w« %&. aggressor, F 
assailant, eine? SanbiS: invader. 

on-grenjcH c^*^-) I «/«. (I).) @c. sep. 
on et. «, (mebt flbr. gveiijcu) to border on a 
th. — II ~b a. (lib. ailjoiiiiiig, adjacent. 

— Ill ?l~ n ©c. u.ib 2ln-9rc«aung f @ 
contiguity, adjacency. 

Sin -griff (^■i) m ® 1. ( €>o«b onlcGen ) 
taking in hand, Ftackling; ct.in ~ ncl,men 
to set about (doing) a th. — 2. («nfau) 
attack (auf ... ujou ...); mit tianfer iffaffe: 
charge, (Sturm) assault; äuin ^ brrgcljcn 
to take the aggressive; bin ~ Qu§l)ültcn 
to stand the brunt (of the battle); c-n ^ 
äurüdfdjlagen to repel a charge. — 3. © 
eiftioiierei: ^ om DJiegcl (bolt-)ioe. 

Sln-griff&>..., a~>..., mfi Ü ("^^...) in Sfißn. 

I tneifl: ofiensive (or aggressive) ..., jS8. 
/x.'bföjcgung f offensive movement; «/< 
bitnbnie n off. alliance; <x/triC9 m off, (or 
aggr.) war. — II »|b. gfäUe: .^-linicn flpl. 
approaches pL; «.-Jiunft »«: a) point of 
attack; b) mech. point of application; 
~fd)ritt w double quick step; «x-tteifc 
adv. offensively, aggressively. 

an-grinfcn (*>*") via. i^c. sep. to 
grin at. | grunt at.( 

an-grun}en (^>J") via. (g.c. sep. toj 
ülngft ('^) If® anxiety, ftäriei: an- 
guish, (SiSiei) fright, apprehension; (un- 
nitie) distress, trouble; in oUen (ob.taufcnb) 
^Uigften in mortal fear; in grofjcr ^ fdiwe- 
ben (ouc^: Icbcn) to be filled with dismay, 
Fto be shaking in one's shoes; in «, ge« 
raten to take alarm at ...; j-ni ~ madjcn, 
j-n in ~ fc^en to alarm (or terrify) a p. — 

II 0~ a. (ptäbifatis) anxious, frightened; 
nervous; iljtn marb a^ unD bangchegrew 
very uneasy; mir niavb a~ iini il^n I began 
to be anxious about him. 

Slngft...., nngft.... (•2...) in Si.-ftfln, j».: 
/N/bcbriitft, -vbetlonnncn a. oppressed with 
fear; /verfiilit a. lull of fear or anxiety; 
f. a. ängftlicfe; ,v,gcfd}Vci n cry of distress; 
/vfinb n only (or sickly) child (that causes 
anxiety); /vrijljre F/(eBiinbeit|ut) chimney- 
pot (hat); ,x,ruf w = .^gifdjrci ; .vfd.WciB 
»I cold perspiration; ~bi)U a. = «.erfüllt. 

OJigftigcn (>'"") I via. unb fid) ^ vlrefl. 
@ a. to distress or alarm (a p. or o.s.); (fid)) 
JU 2obe ~ to frighten (o.s.) to death ; fid) 
um j-n .X, to feel anxious (or solicitous) 
about a p. — II 9i,x. n ©c.u.SUigftigiing 
f @ torment, anguish. 

öngftüd) (>'") a. (gb. 1. (idiüÄitern) ner- 
vous, timid; (ünfiftofünt) anxious, uneasy; 
(änflftieenb) disquieting; c§ niirb mir ^ ju 
Dinte 1 begin to feel alarmed; er ift jn ~ 
(um f-e ©eiunbfieit ieiotflt) he coddles himself 
(too much); nur nidjt .^l don't be afraidl 

— 2. (jieroiid) fienau) scrupulous, precise; 
ni4t feljr ... not over-particular. 

!liMgftlid)feil (•*— ) Z"® 1. (6e-uniuiiflenbe.v) 
anxiiiusness, uneasiness. — 2. (Sdjuajternticii, 
fflericgcnliiit) timoiousness, shyness; em- 
barrassment. — 3. (eseuauiflfcit) Scrupu- 
lousness, preciseness, exactness. 

an-gucfeii F 1''''^") via. ^ a. sep. to look 
(or peep) at; (bcifioi,iEn) to cast a glance at 
(»Bi- on-jd)ielcn). I (about or on).\ 

on-giirtcn (•''''") via. ^h. sep. to gird I 

3ln-gnB (*>J) m (^2. 1. = on-giifeen 11. — 
2. O (esufejopfen) feeding- (or dead) head. 

on-^obtn (*-") via. feb. sep. 1. fiiei. 
bungäliftde ic. ~ to have On ..., to wear ... — 
2. j-m et. ~ (i^m idjoben) mollcn to have a 



design upon a p.; man tonn \\)m ni(öt§ ... 
F he's not to be gut at. 

on-^otfen ('^'^") i^a. sep. I fvjn. (i).} 
to stick (or cling) to. — II via. Obft ic. ,., 
(bon SBffieln) to Jieck at. 

OH-l)oflen (•^^") I vIn. {}).) (gb.sep. = 
an-l;adin I. — II Sl-x. n (^«c. adhesion. 

on-l)ÖtcIH (^-") via. (|i d. sep. 1. = an» 
Isafen 1. — 2. to crochet on. 

an-l)afcn (■^-") via. u. vlrefl. @a. sep. 
1. (fid)) to hook (or hitch) on. — 2. vI/(oii- 
5olen) to (seize with a) hook, ein ©4iff: to 
grapple. |to (attach with a) halter.\ 

On-ljniftf rn (^'^") via. l|i, d. sep. tin SPfetb :l 

on-^alfen {^''■"] via. ^c. sep. hunt, bi« 
©unbe ^ (onicgcn) to put ... on the scent. 

3ln-l)0lt C''^) m (& l.(stü5i)untt) support^ 
prop; fig. oI)iie ^ adrift, without any foot- 
ing; fig. e-n ~ 9cn)äl)rcn to give a clue to; 
.„ gcroiiincn to gain a footing. — 2. (3nne. 
liollfn) stoppaire, pause. — 3. \ (Drt be» 
anhalten?, bib. A) station. 

»ilH-t)Oll(C)<... (•^''(")...) in Sf.-fefeunflen. jS. : 
/vpunft »j: a) (Station) Station; b) surv. 
fixed point; mech. (etü^punft) fulcrum; 
c) fig. essential fact; d) j" fermata C^); 
/%-fteUe vk f station; halting-place; ~» 
jcii^en n sign to stop or for stopping. 

an-^alten c^'^^) fe p. sep. I via. 1. et. 
on et. ~ to draw (or bring) a th. near (or 
close) to ... — 2. (iefti alien) to stoj), to 
arrest; ©iitet ~ to seize (or attach) ...; bit 
!Pterbe ~, nucb: to pull up ...; bm *2ltcm ^ to 
hold one's breath; etiifet: ben SBott ^ to 
block ... — 3. j-n JU et. ~ (antreiben) to ex- 
hort a p. to ..., flatlet: to urge a p. to ...; 
j-n jur ?libeit (jur $tlid)t) .», to keep a p. 
to his work (his duty); j-n jum 3ol)lcn ... 
Fto dun a p. — 4. i e-n Sen ^ (onbautmfr 
flatten) to hold a note. — II vln. (I).} 5. (ftitt 
taiten) to stop, to come to a stop or stand- 
still ; bom Weitet ic. : to pull up ; bir ^Hfl l)ält 
nidjt cn,au[i): it's a through train.— C. (foit. 
bauern) to keep on, to last. — 7. bei j-ni 
urn et. ~ to apply to a p. for ...; uni ein 
9Jfäbd)cn .X, to propose to a lady, to ask 
her in marriage; nm e-e (Etclle ~ to put 
up for an a] poiutment. — III \\(ii^vl7-efl. 
8. fid) on eine(v) £ad)e ~ to attach o.s. to 

a th. — 9. (fi* bcjtoinflen) to check O.S. — 

IV ,^b p.pr. unb a. (^b. 10. continual, 
...uous, constant; c§ fdjneit ^b it keeps or» 
snowing; taä .J) fdjöne SBctter the long 
spell of fine weather. — 11. (Pcfiovtiidi) per- 
severing, (eiftifl) assiduous, (fieiig) steady, 
(ftottnadia) Stubborn. — 12. J~ sostenuto. — 

13. med. (fiopfenb) binding. — "V ''H~ n @c. 

14. drawing near to ... — 15. (gfefinaime; 
arrest. — 16. (etiUfiaiien) stop(page). — 
17. (esefudi) ajiplication, wtits. candidature 
for; 2l~ urn eineSamc suit, offer of marriage 
to ... — 18. (siuibauet) Continuation, »o» 
SPetfoncn : perseverance. 

91n-^alter (•^-^^l m @a. (fia^enb) sup- 
port; (ijemmenb) catch, check; © mech. 
regulator, governor. 

SUl-t)Qlt6....(^^...) 

on-^aninicrn ( 
fasten by haniniering to. 

^)lu-^ang c^-*) m 131, 1. e-6 SDerteS: appen- 
dix; jut Seiboafianbiflung: Supplement; (Un. 
wcfentiiAfS) accessory; (Kadittoa) addition, 
addendum. — 2.. % ... anSffitdiieinslip, en- 
dorsement; c-§ SeftamenlS: codicil to ... — 
3. (<aii6;ingftf*ott) aülifients, followers, 
hangers-on pi.; liUatiei) p irty, b.s. faction; 
b.s. clique, gang. — 4. (©efcige) retinue. 

Sln-ljiingc'... ("^''"...) in snan. j». : ~)d)lo{{ 
n padlock; «/filbe f gr. suffix; /vtoort n, 
/>-n)örtd)cn « gr.: iQ enclitic. 

on-ljangfii ('^'^>^) (^»p. (f. bangen) sep. 
I vln. (t).) 1. on ct. (dat.) ^ to hang oq 



in3fl8n = ^n-l)att(e)=... 
">='^) via. ^d. Sep. to 



Signs {§^- tee page IX): F familiar; P vulgar; F flash; \ rare; f obsolete (died); * new word (born); A incorrect; «7 scientific; 



= ( 88 ) = 



The Signs, AbbivfistteiM and d«t 01». (•— •) m««ii' 



[^(nfia...— ^(nfc.l 



(•r agairmt) a th. — 2. (■■talini) tt. bdngt 
i-in, ( rSad)( an a th. cIi-avi-h iniirri; ho- 
loDgH) I» a th.; /I'v. i-in IPK cine flicttt ^ 
r to st.iik liko a Iwnch to a p. — !l. »mn 
Vaiiri ic. .V to hi; attiii:hi'(I to...; brm Vofin 
^ to indiil^t: III vii-e — II H^ n ö'-»c-. uJ- 
hcsiori, lit/, aillierüiic«. — III .»b ppr. 

unb a. 91 h. ailhi-Mive, inniflrr: ililii;ll-lit. 

aii-ljaiigrn (*■*") s a. ii>/<;//'. auA »'p.) 
«f/). I vja. 1. to linng liti (on nna talrn 
l>y a hu«k), to Huspüliil ; «i bit ^tällgtmat- 
ten .V to hIihk thu lian.Dioi k»; prtb. btl 
flo^c t)i( £d)ia( .w to bill the cat. — 
i. (lulDurn) to npicnd or atld to ■ th.; 
tint *Jiii(l ^ to adil a cipher (f nought); 
dt rinrm fOrdilti rill l^ciblalt ^ to annex .... 
•In Cifg»! .^, to «llix ... — ;{. fiij.: \-m fine 
Aianilxii ^ to infect a p. wiih ..., to give 
a p. a diMUM-; i-ni r-n &dimpt .^ to put a 
Hlur upcin a p.; i-m tine ^ to piny a p. a 
trick; )-ni t-c ilüait .^ t<> palm (ufl) gouda 
on a p. — II fid) .v vlrtji. 4. to rl.ng to, 
to attach o..s. t«. ; firtj an i-n .v to foico o.s. 
on a p. — III m^ n ^jc. u. tin tjaneung 
f #0 5. siiapi'iision. — 0. a| peiidnf;«. 

ttlnlianflrr • (*•'-) m »o n., -^in { ft« mm . 
ad)i<Tciii, piirtisan; conlp. hnn(:iT-<>n to. 

«n Ijnnnfr* (*>'") m ^oa. -. i^'^nfli»!. 

Wn l)an(itrid)Q|t (««'»'") f i% istnt pi.) 
I. pariisiiiiNhip. — 2. — ?ln-I)> ng 'i. 

nn-ljanflifl ('^i») a. ^h. 1. adhiiing to, 
(tnfl Dtrtiuntrii) iinnexed lo, (|nv|rtiiii{) upper- 
tuiniiigi<>,lo»bdniilal(li'petidi'ntoii. — S.iur.: 
(l4l>rbcn^) pending; einen ^TD)e'B grgcn i-b 
^ matten to i-nter an action (or a suit) 
against .... to Uike )iroceedings against ... 

an-l)äiifllid) [t'^'^) a. ^b. attnihcd 
(fiiitri: (liiviiti'd) to; abg. au^alToctionate; 
Vl>N.tril f M (»bnt III.) attaihiiient tftiitrt: 
(luvotioii) lo; ittrud h>\nlty tu; Ml.vltit an 
j-n jdfl.n to sIhiw atlu(tiou for a p. 

Wn-l|onfle..... q«x,... .(«•«.. ) inS«*",»».: 
~rr()ifter » iu dnrn iDcitc (tnMu of) con- 
t«iiiN, .«.iDriir iiilv. hy »ay of afipendix. 

«In l)an(tirl ('^^) n wia. 1. Br.tt » Vln* 
Jonfl I. — 1*. F— ^^önfljil. 

tlnliaii ('-) tti ^ for. first felling 

(or lilt llli>.'l of wood. 

tIn-lKUid) ('-) m Qb) 1. hrcathling ou), 
to atlliitioii. — 2. — Vn-fhig "i ant 3. 

on-l)niid)fn('--)p/n.ei a.ti-^.tobrtatha 
on or ut; \i ninort ^ to blow ...; bii S^iibfn 
Anb liiie anQcliiiudjt ... dvlicati-iy Inid on. 

on Ijuiirii i'-") via. 9o(j. Mrp. to begin 
to ciil up; fur. (anlAalmrn) to blnxi>. 

on IjOlllfllll*--)!' <i.5id.#»';<. to gather 
into «niall heaps; ayv., horl. (iibe um cir« 
•Hani« -. to earth (or mould) up a plant, 
AaTlonnn: to hill up ... 

oii-liaulrn ('--) I via. uut vlrtfl. ciia. 

irp. 1. to heap up. — t. nantiitdi (fid)) ... 
to accuuiulat«*; /ly. [»tinttidtl to increnhc, 
(aallffiibxnl to hoiud up. — II .vb it. >« l>. 
iii'ciiniulaliMV — III Yl/«. n ^r. mtVIlt« 
t)iiutllllfl f «« an iiiiMilation; ( Vcb<aia| I 
ili'posil; piiih. Vl.^iitig re« t<iui ic. con- 
gest i<>ii : ^ rcn C>r*iai«i|tin, a.rl4>)llrn block. 

Oil tirbrit l'-^) ouh. (|\cb« Ijebcn) *ep. 
I via , vin. (t) ), biiM. flltl .* vit0H. 1. fiii. 
to begin; rin Vicb .«., .« ju ftnecn lo coin- 
inonco Kinging, ) to atiiko up a tune; 
ah», cr bub (iilfo) an he hogan to »imIi 
thus; inbt. Ii« littuil up hi« voice ■ml ••••i. 
— II Pia. 1. el on ci ^ to lilt a ih. cloan 
up to ... — 8. b:e t'lintpe ^ (anUyjn laH'«) 
U> fi'li h a I'unin, to iiiitkii a pump xuck. 

on tjellrln (*-'") r/a. 91 il.#»/i, to fimten. 

an lirlirn l'^-) I r,'i. ■. virrfi. 9l h. »rp 
(fid)) tin el. [are.. \ dal.) ^ to attmli n 
th. (ur O.I.) to, to affix to a th.; mi ciitf. 
aabrin : to pin a th. to; e-e '^Wdinntmadiiing 
«. to annoiinct« by a hill that ...; em 1t*U(t 



on ein onberrt ^ to niu-h two bo«ks to- 
gftlor; on« ftTetij .V to cruiif) ; • Treiff 
ben St'orni .^ to tuket g'Mid». — II H««, 
n jnc. nm tin-tirllunfl / 4* affixture; (»m 
Sctlrtn) liill-pii<-tiiig, i attni hnu-nt. 

an-l)rilen ('-") I r//.. ('ni nb r/a. ^a. 

»ep. to lieni on or together; to Jn n by 

ht-aling. (O to agglutinate. — II ti~ n 
0oc to ngglutinHtion. 

on-^eini (^-l adv. f — l)eim; «it i»t. 
in Sflgn: /vlollrn r'n. (fnl to fall to (»net 
share or lot); bet SfT|;ongeiil)eit .«gefai en 
buried in ol>li\iiin; ^rben r/n., «vftrlirn 
vja. )-ni ()-• Uileill et. ^g., .^fl to l.ii»e a 
th. to a p ('• diarretion); cB if) bir .^gege* 
bm it lift) (ur rehts) with y»u. 

an-ljrinirin (*-") r/n. jid. »ep. to re- 
mind one ol lii'nie; ollel lieimdt mid) Ijier 
on I (•'•'I quite al home here. 

on l)riiit)ig I*-") a.: (4 (gegen i-n) .. 
mad)en )u el. ebtt el. iiu tl.un t<> bind (or 
pledge) 0.8. to do a th.; id) mod)C mid) 
baju .^, oil: I undertake to do it. 

an-l)rilrrn (*■'«') via. öi d. »ep. to make 
merr) ; «em tPein» ongtiieitcrl tipny, F ele- 
vated. I to lit at (I a onfeurrn 1 1.) 

on-l)fijfn ('-»') r/n. 91 c.»*;j. (to begini/ 

an-l)ri|en ('"*-) p/«. (b.l ■ via. ^. d. »rp. 

1. i-m (;-ni .^ to help a p. to get a th. — 

2. ell. I m ben !Nü(f ... (aniiitxa ttiitr) to I elp 
a p. on with Ills coat. | hitherto.) 

on Ijer (--=). -^o t (---) adv. b.« .^) 

on bftrfdicn [^■^^) r/n. iic.»fp. j-n... 
to talk to a p in an overliearing tone. 

an-l)rl;rn ('>'-) I vja. qi c *rp. 1. huni. 
» B c>ii(« ... to start ... — 2. fiff. j-n ju ti. 
.V to egg a |i on to ...; j-n gegen j-n .^ to 
set a p. against a p. — II tl~ n $»c. a. 
)ln tirlliittg /^ M instigatiiin, im itmient. 

»In lirljer (*■*") m »oa., >^in f ^ b.». 
insugiitnr, abettor, inciter. 



«in t)rtjerri( 



Jiwi'„ «J»,. 



)/'0 continued 



instigaiii>n or inciting. Islam.) 

on brudirln \ (*--) via. Sid. »ep. toj 
on ijenlen ('■'") Oia. »'p I via. to 

hovvl at. — II c/N.fb) Fangil)oilt 'onimcii 

to come howling a)ong. 
onljrirrn (*<*-) via. die. »rp. j-m el. .v 

to inllirt a tb on a p. by witciicrnft. 
«n l)i»b ("*-) m ^ for. — «n-tou. 
tlnbvtir (*-") f M eminence, elera- 

lion; aUnidblid) anfleigeiibe .« swellini; 

ground. I^vtou n hawier. I 

Hn-boi...., BtiR ^^ (*-...) In an«». I» :» 
on-bolen I'-^^'l r/a. 9ia. »trp. 1 (t«ib«i. 
toln) to bring up. — 2. «t rin tan ^ to 
haul in ...; bie 'inline -^ to haul tight 
the bow-line; bie £d)otin -w to haul aft 
the sheeta. — 8. X tullib«!: to boiat. 

on-l)orrn i*^") 91 a. »rp. I p/a. I. t-n, 
H. - to li.sten (ur hearken) to, aniBtirnB. 
to lend an ear (or give a hearing) ti> ...; 
to! ifl nil! oniub^ien 1 cannot en<liirK 
(ur bene to heart l)iln, — 2 blf(fT ^i)J> 

jd)log lof;! fid) ~ ' I*. — 

U. (aumrticni man : .inou« 

can tell t.jr III* »|>»«cli tiiat lin in 11 liUBIian. 

— II fi(t| ~ Plrrft. bit'i« «iM bftit fid) gut 
on ... in Worth li.sieiiing to. — III tl^ 
n tic nablln-llOiuni^M bearing, liatan- 
ing to; |«i. fl^ ttn .Vofca eiaDiltiatlun of ... 

an bupirn (*''~) ••/»• (In) jia. »rp ^, 
angebQfil (ummen to con'« hopping along. 

ItnbUblil 9 {^-^) Iflttb.) m M mil« 
(wtrttiiri't OiH) anhvilrit«. |*iii!iii».| 

tiniliii O [■^-^) lot -ipon ) N M ehm.l 

tllltlin-... («'-''...) In «f*» •"" AJiii"«* . . 

(f. M.ll.i». .vlobrit /'an. » r 

^ an. colour ; <«.l*l n, ««« 

~tinlt ^ an. ink. 1 1— tietiKDli 

oninialifil) ( — '") (If I <i ^h. animall 
aniinietrn (~~^~) I > «rf« oa. 



♦ aaue. — 



I 



onimoo 

finie I ! r* •: 
2. • fi!er u-tni t ^ 

tinie-... 1- .. 
iv. ».rudien m 1 ^u. «■.h^L 

— II p t r.iuc -^upiel • m iiaaol^p^; 
M,branntR)ein, -wgeiit, ^lite'r m mnUmtm. 

Vn-ioAb {^^) f ^ i*«i'»ttf»a«») bcfia. 
ning »r the hunt; .w4«i-Crt m % m%^ 

on-iagrn i'-^) 3va. «r/i. I r/a. I. MmhI. 
ria IDab ^ to atart ... — 2. imrribral bw 
»'rrb» .^ to urge on ... — II r n. ill) .^ 
ongcjogt (ommtn to coae ssliupiof •» 
rualiinie up or along. 

on-jodirn l'^^"! r a. ^a. »ep. C4Im > 
to yoke .... to cuii|.ltj ... under the yoke. 

on-raninirn ['•^"^ »ja. 3ia »rp. t» 
sni<><>th [..t arrnnire) with the comb. 

on-tanipfrn ('^'-) v n. (b l Jia. #rp. 
gegen etivati ... to contend (or »tnigglel 
againxt s. th. |cart up.| 

on forrrn ('^) */a. Aa. »»p. to/ 

ttn-fouf ('-) m to, I. pun hate, wmi«. 
ac>|Ui«itiMn. — 2. lb«« ■B«(tta<i<) purchaa«. 

on-toufrn ('-<') r/a. 71a. «•>/>. I »/•. 
to buy, to purchaae. — II fid| ^ vrrfl. 
fid) too .>, to buy up pro^HTty IsmJ ««-ttle 
down) at a place. — III 11<^ i* 

tin-toufung f M pun bane; a. 

tln-fOUl»«... ('-...) ta 311,1». I», -wpir-.' I 
cost-prii e. purehaae-nioiiejr. |(«t.iti , 1 

Vnfr O [^^) f » a>ib^<Tb«iirt : thiubtej 

Unter \^^) m \n\ «oa. 1. «t aockor; 
flf.nir -w grapnel; gro«;er ^ ah» t-ancbor; 
ten Ätuini) dot ^ aui:.alt(n tu nJe oat 
(a gale); bet ... fafci the a. bite«; (tnen « 
fifd)(n to drag fur an a.; Dot ... geben, Ü4k 
DOT .„ legen, .^ id rfcn to (cume to aiil a., 
to niiMir, ten ^ lid)l«n t4> wcirh a.; dot « 
liegen to (rule at) a.; dot ^ iliegenM at a.; 
DOT .w reiten, fli^mptin to rule lia>d. dot 
bem ,. fpulcn to rule v:\>j . rot .„ treiben 
to drag the a. — 2. O arcK, {ß%tmmai 
anclior, brace; t-e Xaat** giappNnr-lroA. 

— H. O plf^». -> aai dajwi aiulior, keeper. 
«Infrr-.... a^.... »e.« ^l■ (•'-„.) la aata. 

I Brift; anchor-.... iV. .«.einil ■■ a. -arm. 
M.brtl n a.-b>tl. .s.bo|r / a.-buoj; .«.riRg 
»I a.-riug; <«.id)llt| m a. shoe; <w|lMf m a.- 
stock. — II rie. (Via* ^ballen m cat- 
liead; .«.boie'reep. .«.bair-tau n i . yrop*; 

^1 '<r. .1, mIHI «. 

vs > v-'od aachof- 

aifit, o.|lieHe /. - k; «wfHtlr- 

rung / linir g o; t^ * anchut- 

age.^grunom nd, h ar tl i; 

<vl|a(en IM cat-l. - -»iaW; 
.«ratl^caU-Uckle). ~ 

<«.trru| N, M.rranr / t 

the anchor; <«IM <i. : 1; 
b) rttrl Without a: 

a) » ^gtunb. bi |«r '1I 
n nirM >( • . <«[iefri m ««su» 
I.«',, thw. . r f, mMmh m thmnk 
uf an anchor, ^ J«v'a 
harp: ^'ptn w - ■ .> akm 
a. ui*i wii%c / •«««r>wat«li 
(>> tp«iBmt).<vMU(fwiad> 
laa». ^leidlen n luv. |<! 1 ■obibMll 

•n (rrbrn t'*^ 1 r a ii^trp. to mmrk$ 
antft» C'^) »id. I p/a. I%.l I. 4- I» 
(r-i •' ■ h >r, t« Bi>)«>r. — S * • *••• - » 
t.' ^ hop«* u(>on,to b* ' 

— II r .1. i. <i t. *!. ' 3> «r .; 

b) t« provide ... <• ra^«. — 
4. «rvA. to brae«. - 111 H« ■ at«. 4 
mcMirIn«. |with a tr.iAii dbatabl 

«n leltel!- r «. jvd •#;• t« tu 

an frtlrn i , r »»/I }.bk M|^ 

(fi^l . I al fha:n t>v 

»«.ff ■ • "• (I I ;. » "» -, 
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O uiathinery. X niiiiing, X military, <!■ maiino, i 



• eOMMCRUl; « postal A 



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f^ttfi... Wnld...] 6 ubffont. Serba fmb meifi nur geflcbtn, wenn fie niä)t act (ob. action) of. 



, ot)....ing(autea 



on-fitttn (*>'") via. @b. sep. to fasten 
with puttv (or cenieut) to. 

onfliigbor (*--) a. @b. impeachable. 

Sln-dagf (^-^) f ® 1- accusation; eint 
.„ gegen j-n trhebin to make (or bring) a 
charge against a p. — 2. (SBelduiHcuno) 
imputation against. — 3. (Slnjcifle) infor- 
mation (laid again>t a p.). — 4. iut. : (pcin- 
liiSc) arraignment ;/)aW. impeaclmiont. 

»In-ri09f .... (*-"...) in Sflfln, J». : ~nf t(f f) 
m act (or bill) of indictment; ~bnnf f 
(prisoner's) dock ; ^bogcil ni charge-slicet; 
^J)nnfte mjpl. («launpuntte) heads pi. of 
the indictment; ~rcöe /■ speech of coun- 
sel for the prosecution ; ~fd)rift f = .v,att ; 
^(julftonb m: jn in ~Panb »eiferen to 
arraign (or indict) a p. 

Oli-flngt« (*-") via. u. vire-fl. @a. sep. 
1. to accuse (fid) o.s.) of, to charge with 
(an offence); pari, to impeach for; (boi 
«tritt) to arraign for, to indict of.— 2. iut.: 
to bring (or lav) an action against, 

«In-f läget ('-") m @a., ~in f ® ac- 
cuser; rax.: indictor; (Jenunjiant) informer; 
Bfieiitlidjer .v public prosecutor. 

on-llogfriit^ ('-"") o. i&b. accusatory. 

on-flnnimern ('•*-) via. u. vireft. (g,d. 
tiep. (fii^ on et.) ~ to cling (or hang on) to. 

Slu-tlong C^^) w ® 1. sound of bodies 
clashing. — 2. introductory sound. — 
8. («ItiiJUana) ^ accord; pros. boIatiW: 
assonance; (etob-teim) alliteration. — 4. J' 
(ftWi4ttit) tteie Biufii «at ctele 9lntlänge qu§ 
aitenn Optm ... many reminiscences of ... 

— 5. f\g. ~ pnben to meet with approval; 
iii gifitf bot rocnig ^ gefunbcn F ... did not 
draw; bit eadit finbet feinen ^ ... does not 
take (with the public); ^ (»«n ilDaien) ~ 
{inben ... to go off well. 

an-fleben (*-") ?j a. sep. I vja. to stick 
on; (mil flitiflet) to paste on; (mit Ecim) to 
glue on; (mit «ummii to gum on; l)ier büvfen 
te;ne gettcl ongeflcbt roerben stick no bills. 

— 11 p/n. (b.) to stick (or adhere) to; fig. 
ein Diotel flebt ibm on there's a stain upon 
him. — 111 ~b p.pr. u. a. @b. adhesive. 

— IV 3U. « @c. BOB Stiteln: bill-sticking, 
posting up of advertisements. 

«n-fleber («-") m %&., ~jn f ® son 
Scitdn: bill-poster, bill-sticker. 
on-fltrfdJen ( '■*>') via. @a.(c.) sep. 

1. ]-m tt. ~, to bespatter a p. (o. fig.). — 

2. ('(jifit onfttei^tn) to daub (over). 
9ln-tlcibe"... (*-"...) in 8l-i««uitflcn, jS.: 

^fobiiittt «, /x/jimmer n dressing-room, 
Utinrrtl auift: (lady's) boudoir; ^fpttgel m 
toilet-glass; (iteiifjiifeei) cheval-glass. 

on-fleiben C^-") 1 vja. nnb virefl. @b. 
Sep. j-n (fid)) ^ to dress a p. (o.s.); j-n .v 
to attire a p.; »lä^iia: to array or deck 
out; fie tleibel fKö iebcn Sag onbev§ an she 
changes her dresses (or apparel) ... — 
U iU n ®c. n. »n-fleibung f ® dress 
(-ing), toilet, attire; F adornment. |on.l 

OM-flei|itrn (*-")»/o. fed. ««jo. to paste] 

an-flingeln (*>*") fed. sep. I d/«. (I).) 
to ring at a p.'s door. — 11 v/o. gemijit. : 
i-n «. to ring a p. up. 

on-Ilingtn («•'-) ^a. sep. I vin. (1). u. 
\a) 1. to begin to sound or tinkle. — 
2. (|Blam«ciietnmen ) to accord (or chime 
io) with. — Z. <f titU sstitbie Hingt an bit 
mailnnaite an ... reminds one of ... ; pros. 
.^b assonant, alliterative. — II via. 4. t-e 
6aitt ~ to sound ... — 5. bie @1 fijcr (o. u/m. 
mit ten ftloiem ) ^ (anftolen) to clink glasses. 

on-floprtn (*■*") fea. sep. I »/n. (I).) 
1. an bie 2bür .„ to knock (or rap) at the 
door; }rotimal (mit btm Xtüttammer) .„to give 
a double knock. — 2. fig. bei j-m ... (on- 
fxagni) to sound (or inquire of) a p. about 
a th.; fibtiall ... to apply everywhere. — 



II via. to fasten by hammering. — 

III Sl~ 71 @c. bib. »iprf. percussion. 
9JH-flOpicr (*>'") »1 #a. (i. bcr ot. !t>amtmr 

tDomit nan onflopft) knocker. 

fln-rnoUcu (•">'") fea. sep. I via. bie 
«Pfetbe .«. to whip up...— II r/«. angetnoüt 
lünimcn to arrive cracking one's whip. 
on-f nebcin (^--) via. fed. sep. to gag. 
on-fncivcn (*-") fea. sep. I via. ct. ~ 
to pinch or squeeze. — H vin. {i).) to ca- 
rouse; nngefncipt F fuddled, a little on. 

on-fnöpjen ('">'") via. fea. sep. to 
(fasten with a) button to. 
8ln-f niipfc... ("=''*"...) = ?ln-fnüpf«ng§=... 
on-fniipl'en (^>'") fea. sep. I via. unb 
vjrefl. 1. et. on et. (ace.) ^, et. e-r SQd)e ~ 
to fasten (or tie) to a th.; st (fovren) to 
lash to; e-e SBefnnntjdjnft ~ mit to make 
a p.'s acquaintance; fig. e-n abrief mcdjjel 
mit j-m .V to enter into (or to open) a 
correspondence with a p.; ein föejpräd) 
mit j-ni .^ to engage a p. in conversation; 
ajerbinbiingcn (esei*äfte) -. mit ... to become 
connected (in business) with ... — II vin. 
(b.) 2. an et. ... to start from a th.; on 3«rc 
SDoTte ^b referring to ... — 3. mit j-m ^ to 
form a connection with a p. — 111 3l~ 
n @c. u. 91u-fnii:pfun9 f ® i. fastening, 
&c. — 5. connection. 

4ln-fnii))fung8<... (*>**'...) tti Men, »»•: 
«./puntt m fig. point of contact, («lusaonas. 
punn) point of departure, starting-point. 
an-tiiurren (^'''") vja fea. sep. j-n ~ 
to growl (or snarl) at a p. (ou* fig-)- 
ou-töbetn (^-") via. fed. sep. to bait, 
on-toninien ('^"'") I vin. (fn) ^c. sep. 
1. {ant. ab-gel)en) to arrive; ber Sua «• ift 
eben ongetünimcn ... has (just) come in ; 
fie tarn jucrft bort on she was first on the 
spot; er fam urn 5 Ul)r in Conbon an he 
reached L. at 5 o'clock; 4/ to (get to) 
land. — 2. (p* nS^etn) to approach (or get 
near to) a place; sgi. a. an-f obren 3, an- 
reiten 1. — 3. fig. (ttufnalimc finben) gut 
(übel) ~ to be well (ill) received, toeite. to 
meet with good (ill) success; bo tonimen 
6ie gut on, oft: you're very lucky; iro. ba 
ift er fd)5n ongetonimen he came to the 
wrong person or address; bei mir tonimft 
bu nicbt an Fthat won't go down with 
me; bo lonmfl bu unrc(ftt an you will 
find yourself mistaken (F in the wrong 
box) ; % bei et. gut (fcbledjt) ^ to come off 
well (badly). — 4. (et. ettei*cn) to attain; 
fig. man tonn i^m nid)t ~ there is no 
getting at him; er tonn mit bamit nid)t.v 
F he won't get over me like that. — 5. j-tn 
~ (i-n bebantein ) to behave to a p. ; Wenn er mir 
fo ~ Will if he treats me like that. — 6. eS 
lonimt i^m (bisw. o. i^n)bie£'uft on ...he has 
taken it into his head to...; mo§ fommt bir 
(bid))anV Fwhat's the matter with youV; 
et. fcmmt mir fd)tt)er (obet bait, fouer) on 
Fit conies hard to me; ber Sd)laf tain 
mit (mi(b) on 1 began to feel sleepy. — 
7. auf et., j-n ~ (bon et. absangen) : e§ tommt 
nur auf Sie on it depends entirely on you; 
e§ fommt barauf on, ob ... the chief thing 
is (to know) whether ...; biet fam'S blu^ 
auf ©elb an that was a mere question of 
money ; e§ fam un§ auf ein paar %axl nid)t 
an we did not mind a few shillings; e§ 
fommt mir Diel batauf an it is of great 
consequence to me; borouf foil e§ nid)t -^ 
this shall not stand in the way; menu e§ 
borauf nur onfommt if that is all; wenn 
e§ roirtlicb bovanf ontänie if it came to tlie 
point; e§ fommt barouj on (ift froaiid)) Fit 
all depends; id) miU§ bovanf .^ lajjen F I'll 
chance (or risk) it. — II !U~ n @c. 8. = 
*2ln-tunit. — Ö. -= Untet-fommen. 
3in-f()niniltn9 (^''") *» ^ new-comer. 



on-föpfcn © (^'*^) via. fea. sep. eut 
nabeln, Wägel ic. ~ to head ... 

an-foppeln ('^^") via. fed. ««■/>. on et..,, to 
couple or yoke to ...-ihunt. to leash (hounds) 

on-froUen ('^^") via. u. virefi. fea. sep. 
to seize with the talons or claws; fi(^ ~. 
to cling to with claws, to clavv on to ... 

on-frönteln (^'^") via. fe d. sep. ber on- 
geborncn gorbe ber (Snifd)licfeung roivb be§ 
©ebonfenS SJlfiffe ongefionfilt the native 
hue of resolution is sicklied o'er with the 
pale cast of thought (Si/, l/.). 

an-f reiben C^-^^) via. fe b. sep. to chalk 
up, to note with chalk ; F er ftel)t tief onge' 
treibet he is deeply in debt; .,. lafjen to buy 
on credit or F on tick. [to scream at.( 

an-freifd)en (^-") via. fee. u. ^o. sep.i 

on-fried)cn ('^-") (?se. sep. I vin. (fn) .„, 
angefrod)en tommen to come creeping (or 
crawling) along. — II via. »on SDÜrmetn it. : 
i-n, et. ^ to crawl on to ... 

ou-fricgen F (*-"') via. ^a,. sep. 1. (an 
befommcn) bie Stiefel ~ to get the boots on.— 
2.j-n,^(beniminen)et.}utl;untogetap.todo... 

an-tünb(ifl)cn (^•!'(^)^) feb.(a.) sep. 
I via. 1. to announce; in Seitungen ic. : to 
publish; (injetieien) to advertise; j-m et. ~ 
to notify a th. to a p. ; c§ morb mit Qnge= 
Üinbigt, bafe ... I was informed (or advised) 
that ... — 2.!8fb. SStte: feierli* .^ to proclaim; 
pomrtaft .%, to blazon forth ; eorbebeutenb ~ to 
forebode, to prognosticate; j-m ben i^tieg 
.V to declare war against ... — II )"i(^ ^ 
virefl. bet 6tutm tiinbet fi(b burd) SSof 
äeid)en on ... is announced (or ushered in) 
by premonitory signs. — III 9l~ « @c. u. 
21u-fiinb(t9)nn9 f @ announcement, no- 
tification; (3nfetat) advertisement; (ieittli*) 
proclamation ; (budiftänbietifd)) prospectus. 

9lnfiinb(t9)ev('2"*(")")m@a.announcer; 
informant; (in Seitungen) advertiser. 

5ln-fünb(ifl)u«9S<... (^■^(")"...) in Sfia". 
J».: «./fdjrciben n letter of advice. 

9In-runft (««i) f ® (obne pi.) 1. arrival, 
coming; ~ bet 5ßoft coming-in of the mail; 
~ ju ^nufe return home; nidjt erfolgte -. 
non-arrival. — 2. eecl. .^ be§ ÜJJeffiaS first, 
second advent of Christ. 

8tn-funft8.... (•='>'...) in Sffsn. I mfl: ... of 
arrival, jffl. ~Ott, ~))untt m place, point 
of a.; ~}eit f time of a. — II sfb. gaae : 
~^aQe, /v.feite, «vftatiou f A arrival-plat- 
form, terminus. Itoppeln.! 

on-fuppclH i^'^'^) via. @d. Sep. = aw I 

on-fiitjrt)icrcn (^^/Zv-) t>in. (fn) fea. se^. 
.V, onfutid)iett tonimen to drive up in a 
coach. [sep. to smile at, upon.\ 

an-läd^eln, an-ladjen (*>'") via. fed., a./ 

Sln-lage (^-") f ® 1. (simegen) (act of) 
putting on, &c. — 2. fiopitol».», invest- 
ment in; (anaeiegtci (Selb) invested capital.— 
3. (©tunblegen) foundation ; (»au) construc- 
tion; e-§ ®atten§: laying out of ...; .^.n pi. 
ornamental (or pleasure) grounds pi. ; .», 
e-t cftemijdjen gobrit erection of chemical 
works. — 4. (entrtutf) design; outline; e-ä 
iRoman» Jc: plot, frame-work; bilbenbe Riiufte: 
sketch ; erfte .V rough draft. — 5. (Reim) 
germ. — (i. (SBefaiigung) aptitude; ^ jura 
(ScfcbaftSmonn business capacity; er bot 
feine .^ für bie 23übne F he is not cut out 
for the stage; abs. .^n bobcn to be gifted, 
talented ; path, (pre)disposition ; fie ^ot ~ 
jur Sd)rcinbjud)t she is inclined to con- 
sumption. — 7. ( äBcigefügtes ) enclosure; 
©ie empfangen in ber .^ enclosed you 
receive ..., you receive herewith ... — 

8. (SSerteilnnn B. etciiern) asSossm-Tlt of taxes. 

Sln-logc... i'^-^...) in sifB«. J».: ~blatt n 

jum flortettur.?Ib}Ug typ. rider to a proof- 
sheet; ~taptto'l ® n invested capital or 
funds ; /x-tofteu pi. cost of construction. 



aei^eo (Wm- |. e. IX) : F jamilidt ; P SKoltfeiptotfee; T ©ouiurfpracbe ; \ feilen; t alt (au* geftorben) ; * neu (au* geboren) ; +*+«nri*ti9; 

= ( 40 ) = 



Sic Ißtitnu, M( VbfOqiingrn unb bit abgcfonbaUn Stmrrfui 



an laflrn ('•**') pja. ü a. »rp. to liap at. 

oil Iniitbor ('■*-)«. 6*b. fit fur landinjr. 

tliiliiiibr vi/ («-£") f $j IniidiiiK-plui').-, 
quay; an bicfcm Ufer ifi ttint 0Ut( ^ tbi» 
Mhur(3 Im burcly uiipruai lialile. 

91n-laiifcr<... ('^"...) ingfign. I «n : ...of 
arrivul, i». /vjrit /" tinio of arrival. — 
II eib. mut: <^biii(fr f luiiiiiiiir-stiiirc. picr, 
jelly; ~plalj tu, ^flfllf /■— VIn Icnbt. 

an-laiibtii ('■'") I r/n. Ijnl öi U.trp. to 
land, to cuiiie to (or fret on) hlioro, to din- 
•inibark. — II 9I~ n tfjc. u. 9ln-lanbiing 
/' ^ landing, di.tembarkaiiuii; arrival. 

on-langrii ('■'-) eta. nrp. 1 p/«. (jn) 
to arrive at, to rcarh, F to gut to. — 
II via. inifii-rt. IdqS lobci foDicI) bicfc 
6od)c an(bolangt «irt .^b bic|c £ad)((auiii: 
bic|( £a(lj( ...b) a.s reirardN (or cuDceriiiii^') 
this niutttT; efli. on bdangtn. 

an-laid)tn ('•'") via. oyc.trp. \. for. 

r ■ Slaum .w to blazu ... — 2. CtfiutaaAttti : 
Etude ^ to put latchcta (ur st rings) to ... 

nil-lag (*•*; m W (»naolofluna) occa- 
lion for, |UB O'tibcln: motive, inducemeul 
for; ^ )u ft. Qfbcn to «■'»e rise to ... ; 
^ lifljmen }u t-r "i'tmcrtuiig to seize the 
apportuiiity for niukiiiK a remark; nift bcr 
>1U ... the cause of; b(r ttfic ^ (un Eiieit« 
th« origin of ...; obne oUtn ^ without 
anv) [iroTocHtion, uiiprovokediy. 

«nlnft..., ("...) inSfan: ~(»bft «llptU') 
(jfbfl A ni Htartinif- (or hand-Kenr) lever. 

an-lajifn (*•*-) ^p. (j.Iafjcn )»*/>. I via. 
< tflBfn «od ^ to kcip ... i.n; fill, jit litfccn 
iljm ttidjt einmal boS Vtntb an tiny tleiod 
tiim. — 2. (anlaufen laden! : a) 9l'a)j(T (in tn 
leid)), ben and) .^, bit ai'afitr. bit «UiQUt .> 
to let in the water; to set the mill K^'inK; 

b) J^unbt on'i fuiib ^ to slip hounds; 

c) O SiriaUr (but« (>itf) - to temper, to 
unnoiil ... — !{. (in«ang »rl«ttn)bit ^iafdiinc 
lau((: btn2)aiiipfl ^ to set the maL'hirii' 
troiiiir, to start it; to put on (or (ret up) 
steam. — 4. jn burld) (hart. furO ^ to 
KlTu H p. a sharp tulkitiK to. — II fid) ^ 
virrfl. to appear; t» I4{il fid) flanj buiiadj 
on, o(( ob ... it really seiois as though...; 
biiCa«« (Afat ftd) gut (1djltd)t) on ... looks 
(does not look ver) ) promising; botlUtltct 
Idbt r>d) gilt on it iiida fair to be a fine 
day. — III n.^ O n ItC rintl Ctial: 
blowingiu of...; f-T Vgiftliit: starling or...; 
c-tlRfiti«: opening (<i|) the flood-gate of ... 

on-labltfi) ('''^) «(/«•. occasionally; aU 
f»'/i. mil i/rn. on tlie occasion of ... 

INll-lauti'-)m 31 I..s.btinii)flriirising(ur 
KWelling) of...; vtl9iui|i(fl hi ad sea, heavy 
lua (washing over deck). — 2 n) inuittirii) 
run, start for; tintn ^ ntbnifii to take a 
run (jiim £i<ringtii for jumping); fig. trfl 
t-n ^ ntliiiKii to prepare fur the start; 
It) (nnt<*n) rush (or dash) «i ; im tifitli ^ 
nt the tirst onset. — H. O (I«t1i (M14t) 
slope; arcft. — Vlb lo»| C. 

ilnlau|>... (*-...) In .sua«, i» ^fotbr /" 
bt« Clatli annealing-colour; /s.ivnilin "' 
lamnri «liori leiip prepnrntory tojiiuijiing. 

an-lau|rn('^"l9>>p (|.laui(ii)*'-;i. I r/n. 
(|n) I. to liegin to run; oni;tltiu|tn tern« 
men to rome running up; bit Vitik« .v hellen 
lo urge on ... ; t-t DtaMoit ^ lojltii to set... 
workiDfT. — " >l geptn cl. ^ (aii»itOr«l 
to run (or strike) against a th ; VIH|: 
to run full tilt into; nut bim Poi*|r grgcn 
bit St'Oiib ^ to run (oi knock) one's hund 
against the «all; h) fii/. id)linim. Qbd, 
tro. fd)iWl K. .w to nieet with a (iiasI\) ■•• 
buir (i tro. with a nice or warm rocep- 
tion); »die. to fail ; in .. lolitn t» nmke a 
p. go into a snaro or trap; an i«Ali(t<B 
• uMltl : bol lAuft p'Ocn l«l «('tl; 0!) If t':rs 
.MUiiliM \o ... , A I, (I ' ^,ll t 



comes within gunahot; »uc«i IduftdR.« 
rushca upon the spear. — 8. U/ in rtam 
tatrs ^ to call at ...; »«1. 8. — 4. laalAMln) 
to swell, to rise; »n ftcftra k. ; to increase, 
to run up; kit ffoftni lirftn auf t^H) Vlart 
on ... came to ten (louiids. — 5. («nfiHgra) 
to rise (or slip«) gently. — 6. ai liiil« 

Bctbfn) fttn Cpirfielii: to dim, sti VriaQ: to 
tarnish; onf^ilauftn dull, dim; ria «tai 
{dmni) .« lajjdi to smoke ...; O («Isflmi: 
eiabl blou -^ lafjtn to Line (or t«mper)..., 
ton Atrarm «lA: to dumnsk(een); l>) »n 
Ctri en: to get mouldy or musty. — II v:a. 
7. i-n ^ to ini|Mirtune a p. — 8. J> (anui- 

»rgl) e-n C'a'rn. Sank ^ to touch ... — III 91/%. 
n nnb f(/<.lanrn n ^>c. (»v;l I ■■ II) start; 
'H..lafjin iX. »on Inipr«a assault ;Or-Tn«<4in(: 
putting Intel gt-ar; btiOtflcil: rising; b<r 
3inlra : accumulation , (ttlitrirritta) dulmss. 

tin-laut ('-'l m ^ gr. initiul sound; 
im ^ at the heginiiing (of a word). 

an-louttn C-^") p/w. (b.) ei b. »rp., gr.: 
mit tincm !l'olo[ ^ to hi-gin with a vowel ; 
bti .^bt Ponionant the initial consonant. 

an lautrn ('--) p/o.«.p/»i. tb.janb. »rp. 
to announce by ringiugthe bell; to ring in. 

Hn-lrgt'... ("^...) la gftga : ,v.gtlbf r n.pt., 
/«.fapitol n (money for) investment; ^• 
idilog n (VoTifgrittiok) padlock; /«.jpan O m 
tttp. Kcale-lioiird; /wftttif >!//■— 'iJnli nbc. 

an-ltgtn ('-^-i ci a. sep I via. 1. (utan. 
biiagcn) Brift: to apply (or lay) to; bit %{l 
an tincn Saum ^ to lay the axe to a 
tree; 5blut-rflfl ^ to ajiply leeches to; 
math, tn 3i'inttl (on t-m $iintt() ^ to 
iqiply an angle (at a point). — Bib. ^iii . 
'1. bit Ic^tt jytilt lek. i^cxit) on tt. ^ to put 
the f^nisliing touchles) to a th.; tt^ucT ^ 
to Set fire to (a house), («t.: to commit 
arson; bot Otcmtbr ^ (en bic Vaifc irgen) to 
level (or point) a gun (at); oiti i-n (ba* 
tt<»fti) .V to take aim at a p.; X legt on! 
— fVtuerl present! — fire!; j^ioiib ^ to put 
ipiie's shoulder to the wheel; mit ^anb .^ 
lo lend a ilulping) hand; ^lonb on fid) 
tIbP lc(;in to attempt one's iomu) life; 
^en ^lemmfdub - to put on the brake ur 
ilrag; nara (luak .% to chain up ...; j-m 
Pelten, fvrfiein .^ to put a p. in chains, 
to cast him in irons; tint I'eiltr^. cfi: to 
raise (or put up) a ladder; t n !Uioi.f)ab on 
ttiuaO ... to nieasiiru a tliiiik' (l>> » lmv' n 
standard); (ben 'Jidditn) ^ to lay (a boat) 
a i>ug Ide of, tinem (\aiit bit 9(tifen ^ to 
hiMip a barrel or cask; tin C^in |ub 04a 
^ to lay (down) ... on the stocks; -i- kit 
eAotcB ^ to haul III nie ... ; kit Citgd ^ to 
aifix ...; I a Vliibc tc. til ^S<iuni .« to put a 
bridle on ...; fg aa«: to cm b or check (a 
p.). — 8. (anirbrn; «inf. ob-hgen) to put 
on, to den; (volb-jSnuitr « F to go into 
(half-)Diouiiiing. — 4 a) (ti*ii*ital to 
construct; tincn Sutd.flid) .., to make a 
cutting; tint «ilrnkatB <w to build ... ; tint 
i\übiil. tin 0'ij(!dtl. tt€d)ult ^ to set 
up (or to rstahiishi a fiti ttry, a (b»u.se oi) 
I'Usinea», a school; ta ««11» .. to lav 
out ...; tin «rvMbt » to sketch ... ; flat 
••(»alt. Wiittiiana*« « to plant ... ; t a ie«b«a 
.„ (iiiriata) to open ...; ^ (in k'ogtt ~ to 
pit ill a camp; t-« •itM ^ to found. .. 
9hitui tOi tl. ongtitgl km i' )>■' »'■ 
b) n.'itiir«' lor .... b) h.a. t>' : 
(in on^jtltglri Von^(l a prts.. •.. . . 
ri to out tl. .. to aim at ... ; <. 
tiid) oiigilrgt it was . - ' 
to iiMi <(0 oaiiiui tl 
over) thing Wi>a ao air.4ii^'.(l .. 
Iiiiii. - &. attn 9: »rl» I tu Ö . 
to put out . . tat '< I or ' set 
ft. » to invett tv'M'tiv in a t' 



^2(nln...— ^ilnfo...] 



sp«ad?; Wi" 

of ... — II r n. m J n ai-i J n .% j. ;. - 
7. areh. laatt taiitajn) to lay out th« 
measureiDent*. — H. 4/ to inr>or: bei *•• 
•♦I"» ^ to lay (a boa») »Ur,?»»-!- -4 ..; 

|ti- • tlaUlta: t-. 

la . OSes). — III • I 

legt bti ibm on he [% growinr *t.,'jt. 
IV fidj ^ c/r//f. 10. to le»n a.ii • 

11. filt on na fnakllAM e*t« ^ t 

grapple) ... — V fL^ n »c. a. i... .;,_..^ 

/^ M 12. - «n lagt 1. t, 3. — M. «, 

Don Aonültn cutting of ranal«, caoaii- 

sation; »urg. V.« <-« Snkaatti ai'p icAtioa 

of ... I ) 

fin-Iegtr (*--) m ^a., .^in ) 

?ln Ifb'f in (*-(-) n *i»b. — -an :;.fe«. 

«n-letjnit)«... ^ i*-ci...( la •\: »» 

/vflugtl »I auii in; /vpunft "% 

(CltUaali) tt. : | > . .1 

on lfljntn(*--(I r/a.a ^.t'p. 

1. iftd)) on tt. ^ to lean a;.-& ipuo) 

a th. (a. fig.). — t. ¥* Itai ^ (■!*( »aai |B- 
krldm) to leave ... ajar or upon the latch; 
er lebntt kir Xtti nur an be only half cl<j«ed 
... — II V/N, n MC. ■. tln-l(^an| f !• 

support; anf) O prop. 

an-ltiiTtn 1*--) v.a. »la, ttp. 1. \ t« 
ti'ai'b; itn taabBfxfrra: to apprentice. -- 
2 I nt (t. ^ to instru< t a p. in a th. 

«n-ltilif t<5--) f » |.an: bti \m c-t > 
m ' '.o get ac 

<• 11 tibtr«.,.a) 

to raise (or contract) . '.'.u 

6laat(>)^ public (or ,. t-i 

«n-lfiljr... • ('--...Xa.s if^ifr. ,p 

/^omt a loan-office; «wiM n .••••;. 1. 

/%/papitt n ticrt etaalr* govo i;:: :.' <*. ■ 'i.. 
fln-ltibrr \ (*-^-) a« 49a b rr .» r 
on-lfimtn(*--lp/a. 91 a. »^p t . .-: o 

On-lflttn ('-'-i I .1 .»:r.l 

to conduct, ti> gl. .1 ;■ I, • ; 

ibtlittta) to instr i i '. '\. 

IlÄ/^a^c.a.*!. ' V~. O 

:.'iliili\lire; (Uiit>ia<i|u :i 

\1nleiti;nfliuiti\ii'"f . t 

a p. lu the rudii : 'niKt 

'H^ung under I.:. ._, ..... — 

Ü. IC4tIIi) manual of „ |i! 1 

fin-lriirr ('-") ai Ma. gnidv, ic<«m>i 

on Irrnrn {*'^^) I r'a. ;ia. »*p. I. to 
learn (- er-letninl. — t. ~ ' •. 
II on otirrnt I'.u. a. a i». 
ro ' t 1 

i.. . • i 

aii'lKgeii \^-- \ I ' 
1. oil tl. uiat.\ » fi-i It. 
jaceot lor I < 
baa^snMia: 

— S.S i-m >. |-nl . Ik 

entreat ot 1 -— * ■' 1 1 

Mo\i laa« - 

to the norili ' ..t« 

ofling. — II ti^ y. — 

0. io> aaiu to« 

briBfld iisa r a» to 

hi 

ail 

pi Ml 

if- ■ -. 

I *>. I *'. •. c.-l 



I \ 



1 1 1 



•0 tlU(|(nf4)ait; O Std)nil; X Ibergbou; ^ iAititai; ^ «Aatuit; t tt'siMt; % 

MUliflSASltKhS, DhtTSfH-h Mn t^H ^ ( II ) ^ 

Ha.\o r.\i> t-rH{i.Ai:''HAiiK. 



i:*nM, V X 



'II • ts^ 

6 



f51nl0... 5lttttC...] Substantive Verbs are only given, if not translated by act (or action) of ... or ...ing. 



Sln-lOtfungS-... ('-'"...) in ai-'ltßunflfn. 8»-: 
«.mittrl " allurement, enticement. 

oulijtfnl*-") via. ^b. Sep. to solder to. 

an-liigcn (*-") via. ^«f. sep. 1. j-n ~ to 
tell a p. a falsehood (or lie) to his face. — 
2. i-m ct. ~ to impute a th. falsely to a p. 

aii-liiDrn «1- (■'-id") vjn. (I).) ö». sep. 
(ktn Sua t(« ediifff« tern iPinb fluffe^tn) to lull, 
to go to windward or to the weather-side. 

Qii-niaditn ('>'") I via. ?!•». sep l.lbe- 
Iffhatn) to attach, to tix. — 2. (mtiditn) 
Sudcr an tint epti:e ~ to put sugar into ...; 
tea feaiai ^ to dress ...; © bin .Ralf, !DJövtd 
ir.il SJaiiet .v to slake lime, to mi.\ mortar; 
gatbtn ~ to temper ... — 3. ena6. (setfäliiitn) 
to adulterate, F to doctor (up). — 4. (on- 
lünben) fvfurr ~ to light (or kindle) the...; 
t§ ip ten i}cu£r angcmadjt there is no fire 
in the stove. — II «^ n ®C. 5. fixing. — 
6. (5intütr«n) mixing (or stirring up) with. 

aii-uiatjnrn (•^-") 1 via. |i a. sep. j-n nn 
tt. ^ to exhort (or admonish) a p. to do a 
th. — II Sln-mo^iiuno /■ @ exhortation, 

an-mairn {'-^) via. i?ia. sep. to paint 
(over), to colour: httini : to daub over. 

Sln-niann (^^) m @ Sutnnci: leader. 

«ii-niarjd), mil X (^^) m ® approach; 
im ~ fctn to be advancing (on the march). 

an-marfd)ifrcn (■'^"-^) t'/«.(fn) ^n.sep. 
gfgcn tm Stint ^ to march against ...; QU- 
ma I jdjicrtlommcn to come marching along. 

au-moBcii (^-") I virefl. ?n.c. sep. 

1. fid) iacc.) e-r Sodje ^, fid) (dat.) ct. ~ 
to am gate a th. to (fdiwä^et : to claim a 
th. for) U.S.; fid) e-n litii k. ~. to assume, 
to usurp ... ; id) maße mir fein Urteil 
(bariibet) on I cannot presume to give an 
opinion. — 2. fid) {dat.} ei. ju tl)un ^ to 
venture (or take upon o.s.) to ... — II on- 
grniQBt p.p. um a. ^b: a) atticifA: ange= 
mafetcr 3. idjtcr I erson assuming the dignity 
of a judge; bj pa'üri'4: angemaßter 2 itcl 
usurped title. — III rJü p.pr. u. a. (^b. 
arrogant; (terrifdi) overbearing; (einfltbiibet) 
presump;nous; (idtitaSTenb) haughty, F 
bumptious; .»be§ ill ejcu assurance, ar- 
rogance, presumption; flatter: insolence. 

an-majjliit) (*-") a. ^b. 1. usurped. — 

2. arri'gint; sgi. a. on-mafecn III. 
«n-iuajjunfl (*-") f % I. cine? Sitflä, 

Se4iti ic. : usurpation of, encroachment 
upon. — 2. arrogance; (eiBenbüntei) pre- 
sumption; (Untierfdiänitteit) in&olence. 

on-maBungf'DoU (^-"»>') a. ^b. arro- 
gant; tgi a. on maßen III. 

on-moittn i*-^") via. ^'b.aep. to fatten. 

an-maueni (*-") via. ej, d. sep. to build 
against a wall; fig. er flanb tnic ange» 
mauert ba he seemed riveted to the spot. 

«n-mtlbf .... (^>'>'. ..) in StJsn. iS. : ,^ßf Ijüljr 
f registry -fee; ~j)pid)l /"duty of giving 
notice («f the arrival of strangers); /vftelle 
/■office for registering(persons.g(iods,<fcc.). 

nn-mrlltn (^''^j I via. mi virefl. ^b. 
tep. 1. (fid)) «, to announce (o.s.); el. anf 
bcm StontcSnmtc ^ to give notice of a th. 
to the rfglstrar (for blnhs and deatlit); 
j-m tt .^ t» advise a p. of a th. — 2. e; fif 
.»to Uiher in (or to announce)...; einen 
C«iln .V to send in the name of...; ft SDoren 
beim 3oI''omtt ^ to declare goods at the 
cnst< Dihouse; eine Stctte ^ to advise a 
draft; ior.: ?lppcliatiin ^ to give notice 
of appeal; pd) oI§ foUit ^ to declare o.s. 
bankrupt.— II SJ/vm fee. n.Sln-nielbung 
f i9 announcement; bei «eriiSt: notice; 
tt •■(!: declaration; bit ?(n-meltung ocn 
6d)üI(Tn finbct ... ftoll names of new pupils 
will be receive'! (or may be entered) ... 

on-menprn (*^-) vja. Sj,a. sep. to mix. 

an-me rfr... N («-i"...) in gfian, js.: <v.buif) 
Nmemorandum, note-book ; »gi. 9iotij'bud). 

bleu 



on-merfcn (•''>'") via. @a. sep. 1. to 
remark, observe; j-m ct. ^ to perceive a 
th. in a p.; ninn f(nn iljnt nid)i§ ~ one 
does not notiee anything in him; man 
merff j-nt at'crfebie^;ofi on his woik bears 
traces of haste. — 2. (notieren) to note (or 
jot) down; vtctotcllntild): to take a minute 
of...; ouf tern flcrtfioij: to score; fid) ct.», 
to take (or to make a) note of a th. 

nii-uinftli^'... (•^''"...) f. an-mcrfung§=... 

Sln-mcrfcr N l**'^) »« #a. anuotator. 

Sln-nicrfnng (•^''") f @ olservaiion, 
remark; (atonteiofle) marginal note; .^en ju 
e-m äBudjf niodjcn to annotate...; .vCn über 
el. niadjcn to comment on a th. 

oii-iiicrriin9iE.»nfrl(*>»--),'n)iitbtflU'*") 
a. ^b. remaikalie, noticeable. 

an-nir{,tn (*>*") I vja. fern. sep. 1. j-m 
e-n iHod .» to take a person's measure 
for a coat; eit, liefe fii^ e-n ^Injug .v he was 
ni( asured for a suit. — 2. fie/, (ontioflen) to 
adapt (or adjust) to ... — II on-oemeffn 
p.p. unb a. ^h. f. bib. ffltt. Imcngcn.) 

aii-uiifdien (■^'*") via. @c. sep. = an-j 

on-niiiftcrn X \1/ (*>*") I via. @,d. sep. 
goibatcn, emiffetmit !c. ~. to enrol ... — II 21/x/ 
« ©c. unb SMn-miiftening f @ enrolment. 

91)i-niul (*-) f @ (o. pi.) (©tojie) grace 
(-fulness); (fiiebteii) charm, loveliness, 
sweetness; comeliness, (sittiafeit) agree- 
ableness; mit lol)nc) .„ (nn)gracefully ; ^ 
Bcrlcil)en to add (or give) chaim to ... 

9lJI-lUlll(i5)=..., 0~»... (*-...) inSflfln, 8®- : 
/vlofe a. ungraceful; />.'lofigfril f luck of 
grace; /^reid), r^toU a. = an-niutig. 

on-niuten {^-'^) via. @b. sep. 1. = ju= 
muten. — 2. et. nnittl il)n [am. vin. il;m) 
an a th. pleases (or charms, delights) him. 

on-miitig (*-") a. ^b. graceful, charm- 
ing,delighiful; comely. agreeable.pleasing. 

SinJin (-'")«/)>•./'. (g (a!n.)Anna,Änn(e). 

on-nogeln (*-") via. ^ d. sep. to nail 
to ..., to fasten with nails to ...; fig. tuic 
angcncigdt as if fixed to the spot. 

on-nagcii ('^-") via. Cia. sep. to gnaw 
(or nibble) at...; angenagt showing marks 
of teeth; ȧi. ouai be-nagen. 

on-no^cii\ (•"-") v/n.(fn)u.fi(^.^Wrf/2. 
@,a. Sep. to apiiroach, to draw near. 

nn-noljen (^-^) via. ig a. sep. 1. to sew 

on; mit ©ratenftid^: to herring-bone ; glatt .>, 
to stitch down. — 2. \t tincn Slod ^ to 
seize a block; Segeltiid) ~ (fetten) to lash. 

on-nol)ern ('^-'') I via. unb virefl. i|id. 
Sep. 1. (fid)) ~ to ajpniach, to draw near 
(or close) to ... — II <N/b a. ^b. 2. ap- 
proaching; fit^ (ea.) ,^b math.: & con- 
vergent. — 3. (ungefälit) approximatliv)e; 
adv. a. about, very nearly. — III 5l~ n 
%c. ur,b 3lll-nQl)tiUltfl f @ 4. aiiproach 
(a. J4); bei Wait: nightfall; c-e 9I^nng (fflef 
ieSnung) }i ftonbe bringen to biing about a 
reconciliation. — 5. <& math, approxi- 
mation, itn Sinien: convergence. 

?ln-ttnI)frHn(i^=..., o»v.... C'-«"...) in 
Sifgn: ^gvabcit jut nilpl. frt. approaches 
/)'.. lines pi. of approach; ~froft f 
phys.: CO centripetal force; .vlinifti flpl. 
= ^vgrfibcn; /vtjrrjud) m attempt at re- 
conciliation; /vtotge tnlpl., /vttetfe nipl. 
= ^«.graben; «vtocije adv. approximately. 

Sln-noJjMie {^'■^) f @ I. e-S ©eWenteS jc: 
accej.tance, % e-e STeftieis, a. -. accei tation 
or protection ; tnillige .v erteilen (öcrmeigern) 
to (disjhonour (a draft); nicfet etjilgtc.., 
non-acceptance. — 2. (Ctt) receiving- 
house (for Itttt-rs or parcels). — 3. a) .^ an 
RinleS eiatt: adoption; einet Koflb: engage- 
m(nt; e-8 Btblilet»: admission; jut.: ^ jum 
S5i:rgen acceptance of bail; b) e 8 Zbeater. 
fiü(j*sit.: reception; e-8 Keleteä: carrying or 
passing (of a bill). — 4. (aotouslebunfl) sup- 



position, <& hypothesis; auf bicfc», ^in in 
this belief; nad) bcr niäfeigftcn .,, at the 
lowest estimate, * at the lowest figure. 

9ln-tiol)ine=... (*-"...) iu sfi^n. I onoiog 
„?ln-nal)me",ja.:~üerli)eiöerunfl/" refusal 
of acceptance. — II »fb. Säue: ^beamtet 
m receiving clerk; /v.(|)oft>)ftcn:l)tl m (re- 
ceipt) post-mark ; /x/ftf Uf f — 9ln-nalme 2. 

9lnnQlcn ("■'") |lt.| flpl. (g (ja^ibü^ct) 
annals, rolls pi.; bie .. ber ®cicbid)le his- 
torical records pi.; the pages of history. 

Slnnalift ("-^) |lt.| w |l (annalen.Wrcibet) 
annalist; /vif /"^ ci mpiling of records. 

Slnnoniefr it. f. ^(u.namit ic. 

8l(n)noniit(""-)»M@,~iii/'@,o«./if(^a. 

@b.|?Inni.m,©taatin^interinbien|Ännamite. 

an-iiäfjcn (^>i") vja. i^c. sep. to 
moisten (or wet) a little, (^liina) Annie.\ 

Sinildini (^") npr. n. @h. (SDn.; dim. bon/ 

an-ncljtiibnr (*--) a, (|tb. acceptable, 
(juläffia) admissible, (gefaQcnb) agreeable, 
ben SKcinungen : plausible; ft .»er l!rei§, .^C 
iöcbingnngcn fair price, reasonable terms; 
91/^fEit (^---) f@ (o. pi.) acceptability. 

an-ne^nien ('''-^) (|od. sep. I via. 1. ein 

®ef(tenl, einen S^oiicblag, eine SAioiftt tc. ~ tx> 
accept...; ein ?lnerbicteii ^, au«: to close 
with an ofier; ft e-n ai'ccftfcl nidit ,» to 
refuse the acceptance of a bill; pari. 
einen SSotfitiag ^ to agree to ...; ia§ ©efc^ 
rcorb angenommen the bill (was) passed; 
med. bet SQiagcn nimmt jefte ©peijen iticfet 
an ... refuses solid fond. — 2. auftrage 
,,, to undertake ...; SBefncbe «, to receive • 
company; ein ©efuei ^ to accede to ... ; 
äU (5!naben ~ to take into favour. — 3. bu- 
ligenbi baä Sbtiftentum .v to embrace ...; eine 
Cntfibuibigung .», to take ... ; ©rünbe ^ to ad- 
mit...; e-c Cel)re^ to espouse a doctrine; 
eii 9iat ^ to take (or follow) a p.'s advice; 
Setnunfl ^ to listen to ... — 4. (fi* an-eignen) 
e-c ©eftalt ~ to assume a form; e-e «Beroobn. 
t)fit ,», to acquire (or fall into) ...; e-c S}aU 
tiing ^ to take up a position; c-c anbete 
DJiicne .v Fto change one's countenance; 
c-n talfd;en Sefeein .v to put on (or to give 
o.s.) a false appeal ance; son gotben: leiebt 
Sd)nin^ ,»b easily soiled; © ben «a», ba« 
CI ^ readily to mix with ... ; gärbetei: 
tie CJatöe gut ~ to take ... on (well). — 
5. a) (reäUen, annretben) e-n SlbBotaten tc. ~ to 
engage ...; X ais »efruien ^ to enlist; b) an 
Rinbel etati ,«, to adopt. — 6. a) (»orauifeSenI 
to supp' se; et. al§ an§gcniad)t .x, to take 
a th. lor granted; angenommen, bafe eS fo 
fei supposing (or granting) it to be so; 
li) abs. (ai8 xvaix ■^) to accept as true; 
man nimmt allgemein an, i)a^ ... it is 
cdmmonly believed that ...; man mufe 
biDigeimeifc ,^, iia^i ... it stands to reason 
that ... — 7. hunt, bet Cunb nimmt bie 
f5nf)rte on ... takes up the scent. — 
II vjrefl. fid) e-r £ad)e ^ to take charge 
of a th.; ficö j-§ ^ to take a p.'s jiart, to 
have a p.'s interest at heart. — III on« 
gfnonnnenjo.jo.u. a.(^ b. accepted ; (iäii<bii(ft) 
assumed; ongenonimcnir 9hime adopted 
name, e-s eftriiifteDets, a. (fr.) nom de plume, 
psenilonviii; na« Ubeteinfommen: agreed upon; 
anfieiioinmeii, bafs ... siio'msiiii.' that ... — 
IV 9I~ M @c., bism. a. 9ln-ne^niung f @ 
= %n-nal)me 1, 3, 4. |nc^mbar.1 

on-ne^nirngmert {^-'^•-) a. (^ b. = an J 

9ln-nel)ttier (^-") m @a., ,x,tn f @ one 
whoaccejits, &c.; ft e-ggBeififfis: acceptor. 

ain-nel)nilid)feil (^-^-)f® l.\(e.pl.) 
acceptableness. — 2. (Wngenelimes) agree- 
ableness; charm; delight(fu.ness); „.en pi. 
be§ 2cbfn§ comforts pi., sweets /jZ. of life. 

on-nrigen (*-") vja. u. virefl. (^a,.sep. 
(fid)) ~ to incline (or lean) towards; math. 
to converge; Bgl. au* ju-neigcn. 



Btt paee IX) : F familiar; P vulgar; Tflash; \ rare ; t obsolete (died); * new word (born); . 

= ( 4i^ ) = 



r incorrect; Qj scientific; 



rbe Signi, AbbreTiationt tod dot Obi.(9— 9) tre ezplkined at the befinninK o 



plfnnc...— Qlnrc.l 



onnfffitrm («-«^-) |It.) I via. «la, 

(f)4 nn-rlflnrn) to antli'X. — II 91/v n ^C. 

■nb Miiiirftirriiiin /' i9 aim« xation. 

aiMirtirn (*■'") f/a.Sic.*^p — onndfirn. 

an-nirfrn ('«f") I'/o. di a. »<p to imd to. 

an nirtrn l*-"jp a.öib.*»;/. torittt to. 

an-niftrii ('"i-) fid) ^ tin ft. iib.trp. 
fid) an »ib (-aulr .«, to build a m-st on ... 

tinno l'^-) lit.; «Mail» »m uwub attt] 
^ 1870 in (the yiiir) IbTO. »f oi'-r. a. c. 
a. a. d. (I. t«), c". Foin .^2o'lat (jrr. ft»«: 
Nino- tlie time ot C^ui en l)irk ; ftlnieAduni. 

an nod) {^•^) adv. ftan|lrll»iaA( k. . aH yet. 

^Innonrrn-... ( » iiu'-fe"...) in .Hrgn. »».: 
•wburrau n. ^riprtiilio'n f adveitisiiiK- 
oflicc; /v.faninilrr m iuiiva.ss<T (for ad- 
Tbrti.seiiiciit.-ii; «viurlrn n udvL-rtiHing. 

annallirrbar ("---) |It.| a. ^b. |ut.: 
di.'feuHible, voidalilo, aiiiiullnMe; 11/N.tttt 
(-"---) ^ #• lotntt;/.) dt^tfasiblenesB. 

annullirrrn (""-"lilt.) u/o. Cii a.inngmHa 
na^cn) to annul, to qunhh. to make void. 

an-ötirrn ('-"I via. 01 a. *ip. to furnihb 
with an ear or with a handle. 

onölrn ('->') 1/0. Oi «. «r;j. to oil. 

aiionqm ("--') Igrdj.] a. 64b. (namcniMi 

a'on>tii()ii.s; 'il-wl t it ("--"-) /■4^ (olnt/V.) 
iiiionyinoii.Htit'8s; !(1.«>||() ("-"") m SD an- 
onyuioui writor or author or per-iou. 

an-orbnrn ('•'") I via. öid. »rp. 1. to 
arraiiK'o. to l|>ut in) order; (fcfitrvn) toaji- 
point.fix; (unHtbtinam) 10 place. Contrive ; 
(ifjfin) to re>.'u;ate. direct; (iflun) to con- 
duct. — II <«.b ;>./»°. ttnb a. ^I>. 2. arran- 
^intr, ordei \\\g, dirert jri)r ; t. rcKulative. — 
III i[~ n ^c. u. fin otbiinnn ^ H 8. ar 
rank'ement, appointment, Institution: in 
fin)rlnrn Itilrn: dlNpOMition (of the partf). 
— »It. iJüUe: 4. tfl t>0Btfl: hiad-dress; 
paint, gtfdiidtc ^.ung clever romliination 
or irroupilrtf; </ sen 3n(ltumrnia'lmuhl: in- 
Htruniuntation , nrchoHtrniion. — 5. (ft' 
tliBiruiit) diioction, a|i|>olntnient ; ^.^ung 
Itiiirn, bofe ... to (rive order» that ...; aui 
f-fVUunn by hlH ditection or cinmiand. 

tin oibntrl'^'')ni((4a.,.viii/'4i9 ji. who 
arrnnKeH or orderH; director, conductor, 
orfraiilser; F the life and «oul uf a th. 

an-otflonild) c; («"-i") Igtdj.) a. ^b. 
(untfifU) b b. r/<»i.: inorganic. 

ait-patfrn ('■*-) via. ci a. irp. to aeixe. 
to ia\ (or catch) hohl of, to clutrh; fcfl 
.s. to grip ti)(htlv; ttim Amacn : to collar 

on (inflrn (*>*") 5i<'. «»p. I p/m. (Ij.) 
1. c-ni Xingf ^ to be adapted for a th. — 

II |id) ^ vjrrfl. 2. to adapt o.a. lor to 

conlorni) to. - III via. i. |ai»icMrirnl 
itnen Jlcrf ic. ... to tr) (^r tit) OD ... — 4. (gf> 

•Ignri m.) to acronmioilate (or adjust) to; 

N tuctii bcr {\a{iiing<tra|t i 6 ^ to »uil ... 

to a |>.'i (apa< ity. — IV «vb ppr. mb 

a. 0^\t. Hultnhle (or fll) r.ir. — V 11/^ 

H ^r. nnb flll-poflinifl f M ailiUNlnuMit, 

adaptation to. |whi|) un.l 

on-lirit|d)rii (*-'") via. Oic. »rp. to/ 

nn li|nl)lfM ('-") r/«. ei a #r/>. to at- 

tach (or hiKten) to »lakes ur |iohts; n« 

•»allrt: to palo III) ; (VtinDittff : to (irop (up). 

on l»(fi|fll (•-") f/H. (b) »"n. tfp. 

III üctcmrilvr . bn .Sug ti mint Qng(pflf|(n ... 
cornea wliiHtlliiK uloii):. 

anpllanjrii t^'^^i Oir. »rp. 1 via. 1. to 

plant ; Vaiib: liibm «ailriil tu clear, (tabtifii) 

to cultivate — II ltd) ^ rltffi. i fin. fid) 
n>o ... to nettle (down) in a pltia. — 
111 fU n Mc. «n» VIM pflaniiinn f M 

8. aijt. I'liiniaiicin, i iiltt\iitu>n. - 4. nut 
Vl^lint\ Itindrtflun,)) nettlrnienl, (»liny. 

finpflnnirr l^»-) m «va. planter, cui- 
tivati>r. Itiniitbiti) settler, coloniHt. 

ail pflurfrn ('«'^l r/a.^a.«rj>. tofutm 
with pvf« to; to pof lo. 



an-pnuflrn i**-^) via. ^a. atp. to Join 

(or eiilHrfri) hy (ilouirhiig. 

anpfioiiirn ('■*^) r/»«. i\tk lep. 1. hon. 
to iiioi ulaie (or irralt) cjii. — 2. lt(i:»*i<y*ii) 
to cram «itli; ph e»n)ni: to KOrge. 

an-pid)rn (*>'-) via. fti a. »rp (aii vi« 

Itciiirlrnl to pitch (cgl. pidjill). ||iruit).| 

an pirfrn («^-) r/a tua.trp. to |e<k/ 

on-pin|rln(*''^)f7a.4i d./irp.tJi paint («r 
to touch upl with a hrukh; todaul- (over). 

on-plopprrn ['■i^) 6j,d, on-plarrrn 
('<'-) Ol a. trp. via. j-n ^ to jabi er (or 
chatter) to a p.; to din In(to) a (i.'s ears. 

an-plätfd)rrn (*<^-) tin. (b.) aid »rp. 
COB O'aflrc an (iBoi .^ to splabh a^aio-st ... 

an-pod)rn i'^'") r/n. (b.) ^a. »rp. on 
tie Itüi .V to knock (iir rap or tap) at ... 

anpoltrtn ('>'-) i/n (b.) S' d. »rp. 1. on 
Ht Zbli .V t» friTe a loud rap at .. — 
•J. ongtrollrrt fimmtn to aii|>roach boi»- 
terously nr D<'i8ily. |lirUDt of the battle.) 

Vnprall l''^) m j^ colliaion. H. shock,! 

on-prallrn {'■^'^) r/n. ifnl ^a. »rp. an 
ctKag ^ to hound (or «trikel agaiiiHt ... 

anprriirn ('-'') I via. ^o. if. prrifcn) 

Mrp. to conmii'lid, exUd. (ail Srilaail to 

)>ufl' (u|i). — II tl/^ n ^c. lib tln-prri- 
Uinfl f O coninienilatii'n. oulofry. loud 

jiraise; BattllAinrii'Arg: purTllifr, clap-trap. 

9ln-prfi|rr ('--) m ^a. eulogist. 

an-prrfrn (''*") r/a. ojc. «rj>. to press 
(or S(|Ui'eze) sgainHt. 

cn-probrn ('-"), -probirrrn (*--") via. 
31 a. nrp. Binttj .V to try (or fit) on ... 

on-piiniprn F ('>*") r/o. »i a. »rp., fig. 
i-B .^ (bcn iim tciprn) to borrow money of... 

fin-puniprr F('^") m (wa. borrower. 

tin pill) {'■^) m ^ It pi.) adornment: 
(ffifttct) tiiiei y ; Tro. fine togsp/. or toggery. 

anputirn (*•*") via. ■. r/if/J. cic. »rp. 

'0 adortl, I to titivate; r-n fCftaaAilUm: 
Ni decorate or dress; (fid)) <. todress(o.s.) 
ijji, F to snuirt« n (or spruce) o.s. up. 

an-qualnirn (*"*") t'/o. ^h. »rp. jn ^ 
to envelop a p. in smoke. |iirrf)rn.\ 

an-qurlfd)rn l'"*^) r/o. $tc. *rp. • anO 

an quitfrn O ('<'^) mriall. I p/o. 9ja. 
«f/i. to aniHl)(umatc. — II fin, n %c. ■. 
fUi-quirfung f %» anialgamation. 

on-rantrn (*>'") fid) » r/rr/t. Oia. «^p. 
to twiiii- round (• trc<); to cling to (• 
nilliDR); fid) on cint tPanl .v to creep Up ... 

an-rofrln i*"*«-) vIh. (fn) Jid or/» ^, 
ingrrofSd! (ommtn tocomeratti 

an-ratrn i*--! I r/n. »•' p. )( i 
{ant. obralrn) j-m ct. ^ to advise a p. to 

do a til.; IrntlrbUn) to reromiiielid ; 1(1) tul 
:bni ttingcnt) bat« an 1 iir^'id liini to ... — 
II fl.%. n 0«r. nab tlnralnns f M advir«; 

iinf f(iiitl.,.at hisNiiKg' stioii.on hisadvico. 

an-raud)rn ('-«i I pa. 3i a. »rp. I. lo 
(I'larkm Mitli) smoke. — S risr Oia^irt k. 
^ to bigin to snioko ..; (- '.'pi« 

to colour or to season a uni-l 

|>i)ie. — II tl<v ff 0«c. fniokii;^', «-iVIrtlf: 
t ohiuring. h<'as"ii'ni:. 

an-raud]rrn ('^ '*'| I r/<i. $id. »rp 1. 1» 

smoke (a little). - i. chm. to ftiniignt«' 

— II in~ n #9r. a. fln-rand)rrnng f 4# 
8. siiiokini:. — 4. cMmi. luiniKatiuu. 

anrautd;rn l'--l vin On) die. »rp. ,, 
angcioufdjl Irninirn to sppioacb with a 
lustling sound »r wiih a rushing noivo. 

an-rrd)nrn i'"*-) r,«i Otd. trp I. to 
I ut lor set) down to one's a>'<'ount; ipir« 
Did red urn &i( bitiflr on'' how niuih do 
)ou (barge lor ilV, |tn t't •'"! ■» too^or- 
rhargu a p. for. — S. /ip.: |m t n f;fnf< 
I'od) .> to think Torv highly of a srivoe 
r( ndert>d by a p ; fit Ttd iitt (• mir ol* 
%>(tb[((t(ii on iho put« It down to dm aa 
t ortno; 14 tMbut «• «it int tfen •■ I 



I consider it an hoooar; R" 

Vn-rrdjni >. 

bringrn — 

Vn-rrd)t ileta. right to; claim 

on; t:n .« bab<ii auf ... to be eatitl«d to . . 

Vn-rrbr (*--i A 8 1. addrea»; rk*i 
M»«l'4> •. ai^'ütrophe; (•■ U» BHI ■.) ha- 
rangue. bHIiAtni as (»•tt4»t:tan: charg«, 
C-( •„ boll'n an t<j a<JdreM, to harangue. 

— 2. (tal ■■Tttra) bir ^ C" " • *•-- •.. 
accost (or addr)-si) a p.; ; 

|ur ^ ... is u««d in addre- w . 
8. (tiid rtsr« Vsynkctt«) ai 
„Wflirftaf ill bit * 6a * 
addresa<-d as "niajesty" ; : 
etw. the "ihouing" of a p. 

tln-rrbr>„. ('--...) is sfg«. »».: <«f«0 m 
qr. vocative (cas«); <vDrii« /■ manner of 
addreasinga p.; ^iBOrt n ^r. i oni|i«IUtive. 

anrrben (*-") v. a. sib. »rp. I. to ad- 
dress, (aal bn Ctiatr) to ac ' .' irninb* 

lid), brrt -^ to talk geotly, * P>; 

i-n mil .2^iird)laud)t' . t» ».•■ a p. th* 
title of "Highness". — 2. |-n um (-nXraR 
.. to aak a service of a p. — 8. f i-m rt. 
•. («il^Awaua) to palm a th. olT on a p. 

an-rrflrn ('-") I r/a. 4; a. »rp. 1. t* 
itir (ftltffT to stin-iiNN') a p. — 2. j-n )u 
neuen . ' « to call 

fortli li , ia a p.; 

lib», tiftc« is<it rcgl an ._ is intarwtfaif, 
• nK]>iriiig. — 8. rt. ^ to set a th. (oiaf; 
nut ßtsgr .^ to bring up lor to moot) _: 
en ^tgtnftanb .« to start a n' ■ ■ ' • -a 
UnUrsttwuig .. to pro[iose...; < 
to take the initiative (or lead i m a lo. 

— 4. (roitnrnl to touch UpoO lor to OMB- 
tion) a th.; nnfl : "y 
stated. — II ~. 

lating, njtf,: _-. ( 1 .,.- 

'UMoöie as . - III ' 

uEb fin-rrgung ; < 

ixcnemini, |iro\ 

iiui 'H.,.uiig Don ... at the instigation of _; 

cinial in fl^uno brngm — an-irg<n S. 

«n rrgrr («-<•) in «Oa., ^in f |# pro- 
poser, ilixtiifstor, -■■•■■•■ .... V ■• 

an-rribrni-^'-- I.ii«iifa>: 

to (begin to) gr 
irsb to pre) are i 

»S> • 

— 4. O I'laNtl - I i. i'lr- ^ 

antridirrn Gm ' • ^ I 
•«7). to eiiru h, J^ '" !i! ; : ■• M ,. ■. 

^c. «tb tlu-rtid-.rruiit) ' «i < 

Mn iril)-... (•-._• - 111 

rrbfi". if ■ '«-nfl^'! ' ■ i . 1.. 

an rnhrni" ' I 1 » ;>• 

t«> string, f-i ftr i 

♦4ii«>b«in ti'l.c'., ••■ !.\. V • «• ■ ■ r 
II fid) « rlttfi. to take 
rank ; fiA an ro. ^ to fum. 

an-tri({rn t*-*') I r a, 3«ii. tep. I ■ 

biT'I' '•• '••*r. — 2. U«Hra«<) r-. • -i 
>la« ••■■« to blV-^ 

3. < *. }ii t.ti N - • 



- II. 1 

tnrii. - 
tipay or r • 
aR-rritrn « ' ■ • 

I. ... angtultrn f. 

2. ant ■6M«.. \t3'- :: 

-- 3.(»»ti«t«H.ai to rv « II 

Vfn* « (|B.|«n<if« **'*■ 
— &. I-n > t» »ci-i»«' » 
llnirii (*-i "• >» 

pi mrsi. a. a 

IV ■- .■■ I I »a. 

• »B UMlta |«r p(«««ka) •» ., I» 



«.Uigatiy 

.U«l(«>Vll 

(»w 



O machinery; X mininr; iK 



liUtary; 4> aiariu«: t boUnkal; • 
^ ( IH » 



tal; « poatal; % raUway ; i mmkc («• 

6' 



a>. 



[5ltirC... 5Ittf^C...] gubflant. getba finb meift nur gegeben, toenn pt nici)t act, (ob. action) of... ob. ...lug (guten 



(to do a th.), to Still ulat« to ... — 11 ~b 
p.pr. n. a. $ib. «= on-vigiii II. — 111 ?1~ 
n ^c. unb «in-rrijuiifl / ® -= ^In-rcij. 

?ln-rrtjrr (*-") »> ®a., /^iii f® insti- 
gator, jirompter, abettor; tompter. 

on-rfuipcln F ('«'") r/o- 4' d. a«»)», j-n ~ 
to jostle apainst (or to run into) a p. 

an-rrnnrn (*>*") ^a. (f. rennen) sep. 
1 r/ti. (in) 1. ~, angernnnt frmtncn to come 
running up. — 2. «= nn-lonfin 2 (au* fi(f.). 

— 8. to legiu to run. — 11 vja. 4. on e-n 
»aum K. ben fioJ){ ~ to run (or bump) one's 
head against ... — 5. i-n ~ to attack (Fto 
nisb) a p. ; Sciijri: to run a p. in. 

3ln-rid)tt (*>*") f ® sideboard. 

«n-rid)t(f)-„. ('''(^)...) inSL-Hutism,»».: 
~runfl f art of serving (or dishing) up (a 
dinner); /%.löfifl m tureen-ladle; «^-tijc^ m 
dresser; ,N,jiuinifr n pantry. 

on-ri(^trn (*>'") I via. @b. sep. 1. tie 
eptVta ~ to serre up (dinner); e8 iji ange= 
ridjtet dinner is ready; © Qatitn ^ to mix 
the colours.- 2. Sd) obcH .^ (anftiften) to do dam- 
age or harm ; «ro. bo ^cbtn 6ie rcoS €(ftDne§ 
angeriditet F now you have put your foot 
in it nicely; Uneinigfeit .s, to sow dis- 
cord. — 3. © -= ein-rid)ten, bor-bereitcn. 

— II Sl~ n @c. dressing, preparation. 
9ln-rid)fcr (^M m ©a., ~in f ® 

1. dresser (of dishes). — 2. © ©iclcrei: 
assayer (of metals). 
Sln-rid)tung (*>'") f@ 1.== Qn-titf)tenII. 

— 2. © UbtmaiSfrei : dial-train. 
an-riec^cn (*->') vja. ^e. sep. j-m cbct 

«-t ea4e et. ~ to scent (or perceive by the 
smell) in ...; man ried)t iljm an, bofe ... 
one can tell by the smell that he ... 

on-ringein (**^") @ d. sep. I vja. to fix 
with rings. — II vin (jn) to wind along. 

SIn-ritt ('•^) m ® 1. approach on horse- 
back, ii oft: attack. — 2. first ride or 
attempt (on horseback). 

oit-ri^tn (*''") vja. @,c. sep.to scratch. 

on-roUcn (*>*") ga. sep, I vjn. (jn) ,v, 
ongcrolit fommen to come rolling along; 
to drive (or to come riding) up in a coach. 

— II vja. gaflet ic. ,N, to roll ... along. 
Qn-roften(*''")t'/«.(fn)@,h.«fj9. l.doftifl 

irtibfitl to grow rusty. — 2. to rust on to. 

an-rii[f)ig (**'") a. @^b. ill-famed, noto- 
rious, ftdttct: infamous; Sl<>..feit (^>*"-) f® 
ill-repute, notoriety, flatlet : in famy. 

an-rii(ftn (*>'") Sja. sep. I via. einen 
eiutije.: to push (or move) near; Ü .^ 
lofcn to bring up. — II vjn.: a) (b.) bie 
mt ^üt angcrüdt jum e^ioBcn ... has given 
warning; b) (jn) to come up, to draw 
near. — III 9l~ « @c. anb SlJi-riitfung f 
® approach; advance (ot troops). 

on-rufcern (^-i") vjn. (1). n. fn) @,d. sep 
1. U/ to row against; on§ Ujer .%, to row 
ashore. — 2. gegen ben Strom .«, to row 
against the stream. — 3. (anfto6cn)to strike 
(against) a th. in rowing. — 4. angerubcrt 
fommen to come rowing alongside or up. 

nn-ruf {'-} »» © 1. appeal; um C>iife: 
call (for help). — 2. ü ^ bet eftiibtradie 
challenge. — 3. gemipt.: call-signal. 

on-rufen i'-^) fe q. sep. I vja. 1. j-n .„ 
to call a p.; Seinl»!. : to call (or ring) up; 
tin 641".^ to hail (or speak) ...;Xe-eiÄunbf: 
to challenge ... — 2. (anfielen) to implore; 
I-n urn ijilje .v, j-S feilje .w to appeal to (or 
call upon) a p. for help; «ctt «. .„ to in- 
voke...; j-n }um 3euBen.x,tocall a p. as 
(or to) witness; int.: tm f)fbeti6Cerid)t.^ 
to apjieal (to a higher court). — II 91<x, n 
%c. asb «n-rufung f ® (j.I) appeal to; 
invocation (of God); 4/ hail(ing), gpeak- 
injr; iii challenfre; »ai- o"4 ?ln-rui. 

«n-ruftr {^-''\ m ®a., /vin /'^ 1. one 
who calls or invokes. — 2. lot.: appellant. 



3ln-ritfiinflS>... (^-^...) in Slien: ~9frtd)t 
w, ,s-riditcr m court, judge of appeal. 

on-riit)rtn (*-") 1 via. @a.sep. 1. et. ~ 
to touch a th.; riiln' c§ ntdit on! (keep 
your) hands off I; Fnitftt rfil)r' on (beileibe 
ni4t) on no account! — 2. (miidien) to mix 
(or stir) up together. — II 9l~ « @c. unb 
?ln-riil)nino /■© touching; mixing. 

an-riitid,fii F ("^>'") vjn. (jn) Cxc. sep. 
angerutjdit fommen to come sliding along. 

oni! («i) = nn bag, bis», a. -= on be§ (j. on). 

an-jäcn (*-") I vja. ^ a. sep. eine Smcbt, 
ein Selb: to SOW. — II 9l~ n ®C. u. 91«« 
fä-img f @ sowing; for. neue 9l.^nngcn 
modien to replant or restock (a forest). 

Sln-joge (*-^) f®l.'= on-fiinbigen IH; 
bei tofe : invitation. — 2. epici : first call. 

Sln-jogc-... (■^-"...) == 91n-tünbi9iing§=... 

on-jogcji (^-^} I via. fi a. sep. 1. -= on- 
tünbigen 1 unb 2, on-mclbcn 1; joge an! 
speak up ! — 2. 64uie : ein gjcmpcl ^ to 
call out the answer to a sum. — 3. flatten. 
It>iei: bit x^cxbe ^ to declare trumps; ©ie 
jagen on it's your call; fein Spiel ^ to 
pass. — II tl~ « ®c. u. 9ln-joflun9 f @ 

4. — <an-fünbigung (j. on-tünbigen III). — 

5. (Cnttictuna) summons. [into.\ 
on-jögcn (■"-") via. @a. sep. to saw) 
Sln-JQfler (■^-"j m @a., ~in f @ person 

who announces; messenger, summoner. 

on-joninicln ('^>'") I via. u. vjrefl. %ä. 
sejp.(jid))io collect, to (a)mass ; b.StuMcn «.: 
to assemble; 645^e ~ to accumulate. — 
II 9I~ n ©c. u. Sln-jonitnlujig f @ col- 
lection, accumulation; 9l~ung Don Ccuten 
gathering, crowd. Kaud^ elect.).}^ 

9ln-jonimIer('2>''-') ^ @ a. accumulator/ 

nn-fojfig (*>'") @b. I o. domiciled; im 
9lu§lQnbe ^ settled abroad; fuft ^ modjen, 
.X, tocrben in to take up one's residence at. 
— II 9l~t(t) m, 9l~e f (old) resident. 

Sln-jälfißfeit ('''^"-) f @ residency. 

91n-io^ (*■*) ni ® 1. meift : piece added or 
adjoined. — »fb. saoe: 2. Co anat. appen- 
dage. — 3. J" (onaBias.Snfttumcntcn) lengthen- 
ing-piece, (anunbftiici) mouthpiece. — 4. il 
.V, e-§ Sd)iencnjtubl§ shoulder of a chair; 
4/ (obeiftet IcU be§ SöorbEtftebcnS) head-piece 
of the stem. — 5. a) .x, eines SHcdfeenejemtielS 
(preliminary) statement, arrangement 
(of a proportion or rule-of-three sum); 
b) bie tWniä^e einet Kedbnunj the items of a 
bill; bie 9lnjäfee bcs sinioaiis finb mäfeig the 
charges of ... are moderate; in ~ bringen 
to put to one's account ; c) (Sajbeftimmuna) 
valuation, appraisement. — 6. .v »on Conb 
on e-m fjlujje deposit(ion) of land, lo allu- 
vium; fis^iunft: scrapings^/, (of the pan), 
crust; (SBcbenlat) sediment; ^ germ or spore 
(of a plant).— 7. beim 6j)iel : start. — 8. fig. ^ 
(fflniape) J« et. disposition to ...; «r l)at e-n ^ 
jur ®id)t he inclines to he gouty. — 
!). (Onfe^cn ton aSIaSanflrumcnten) tonguing, 
blowing. — 10. = 9tn-lQuj 2; Quj ben 
«rften «, at the first start or go. 

^n-]afy..., 0~.... (•»-*...) in Sffan, j».: 
/vleriditigiing f rectification of an account; 
~feile © f small (or hand-) file; ~grö6e f 
math, differential value; f^pxti'e # m 
(amount of) taxation ; /vrtdjnung f differ- 
ential calculus; «vftiitt n eine« liWeS: leaf. 

On-jOUein {^-^) via. ^ü. sep. 1. ben 
Zeig ^ to leaven ... — 2. bfb. chni. (fäueiii(* 
maditn) to acidify, acidulate. 

9ln-iaiige.... (*■'-...) in SL-ie^ungen , jS. : 
/vgefaiB»i3abn.2e4nii: set of teeth attached 
(or acting) by suction ; suction-plate. 

on-jougcji (^^^) ^g. sep. I vja. 1. to 
begin to suck ; tas flinb roill nicfet .^ ... re- 
fuses the br( ast. — 2. to suck up; <j/ e-e 
Snmpe ~ lojjm to fetch (or light) ... — 
II fi«^ ~ virefl. to attach,o.s. by suction; 



bon SBIut.efleln: to take. — III 9l~ n ®C. 

sucking, suction. 

on-JQUJeln (^^") vja. @d. sep. eom 

aPinbe : to fan, to COOl , to waft towards ; 

F angeföujclt F half seas-over. 

on-joujcn (^-") vjn. (fn) @c. sep. 1. to 
rush on. — 2. ^, angijouft fommen to 
sweep (or come) along with a rush or roar. 

on-jd)offen (^•^") I vja. ^r. sep. 1. = 
an-er)d)ojfcn I. — II vja. unb vjrefl. @a. 
sep. 2. (beforgcn) j-m et. ^ to procure (or 
provide) a th. for a p.; SJebensmittei : to 
cater for a p.; jicb {dat.) ft. ~ to furnish 
(or supply) o.s. with a th. ; fi4 Äleiber ~ 
to buy o.s. clothes, F to rig o.s. out; ficb 
9JJ5bel .,, to furnish one's house; fic^ ^Sjerb 
unb SJBagen .^ to set up a carriage and 
pair; er mu^ bas ©eib ~ he must find (or 
provide) ...; bajür (iefee jid) ein Ciauä ~ it 
would be enough to buy ... with. — 3. 9 
= Sln-tdjajfung (f. bs2) motten. 

2ln-jd)nfjcr N C'^") m @a. purveyor. 

9tn-jd)ofjung ('^>*") f @ \. purveyance, 
acquisition, providing for; bnrftftauf: pur- 
chase. — 2. ® roicber ^ madjen (baS Saaet 
Betbonftänbigen) to lay in a fresh stock or 
supply; (Xetfunß) provision (of funds) ; .^ Don 
3f inie'jjen remittances pi., reimbursement. 

9ln-jd)Qfjunfl£S.... (*>'"...) in Sflan, J».: 
~foftcn pi. prime cost; «.-pretö m (mien.) 
cost-price (= Selbft=foftcniirei§). 

Qn-jd)äflcn © (■''>'") vja. ^h.sep. «|te, 
§5nimet ~ to helve ...; ®ctoc;6ie .^ to stock ... 

on-j(^Ölen ("^-") vja. @,a. sep. to begin 
to peel or to pare ; ifor. äBäumc ; to blaze. 

an-frf)oInien (*>'") vja. %&. sep., for. 
= an-Iafd)en 1 unb an-]ö)äkn. 

on-jd)ouen (^-") I vja. Cia- «fP- 1- to 
look (or gaze) at ..., to behold; anfmeiffam: 
to view; aiftig: to look daggers at ... — 
2. rel.,ph/s. to contemplate; (erfennen) to 
perceive intuitively. — II ~b p.pr. unb 
a. @h. 3. contemplative. — 4. = an« 
id)auli4. — III 9l~ « @c. 5. view, con- 
templation. — 6. rel. intuitive vision. — 
sdbI- «i* ?ln-j(bauung. 

on-i^oucnfe'loert {^-"'-) a. @b. worthy 
of contemplation or inspection. 

3ln-jd)oucr {^-") m @a., ~in f ® 
looker-on, onlooker, spectator {f ...ress). 

an-|(^ault(4 (^■'") a. @b. intuitive, 
loeite. evident, obvious; ^ matten to de- 
monstrate, illustrate; to make clear; .^ 
j(ftilbern to describe in a telling (or 
graphic) way; 9l~feit (^-"-) f @ (o.pl] 
obviousness, clearness, plainness. 

91n-jd)auung (■2-^) f @ I. contempla- 
tion ; (SBotfteOuns) perception. — 2. phis. 
intuition. — 3. mode of viewing things, 
(!DotReaune)idea,notion;nad]faujmönuijct)eT 
^ from a commercial point of view. 

^In-jd^auungg'... (*-"...) in Sflan. I mft 
intuitive ..., j». «./begriff m int. notion, 
/verfcnntnig f, /vöernibgen « int. science 

or faculty. — II <8ib. SfäBe: /v/Ic^Te f, 
~unlerrid^t m «pabaflogii: intuitive method 
of instruction, object-teaching, object- 
lesson; /vöjetje f = 9ln-j(bouung 3. 

9ln-j(f)ein (■''-) m ® (o.pl.j 1. a) appear- 
ance; bem ~e nod), natb bcm ~e ju urteilen 
apparently, to judge from appearances; 
e§ bot (gonj) ben ~, qI§ ob ... it very much 
looks as if...; b) (fubjettib) semblance; cä 
^ot ben«, it seems; bem .^e nod) seemingly ; 
c) (SBaW*eiiii<*trit) likelihood; Qllem.x,na(ö 
in all probability . — 2. (e*eiii) look; jid) ben 
^ geben (ju obet q1§ ob) to pretend (that 
or as if), to make (people) believe (that). 

an-jd)cintn (■''-") I vja. loo. sep. bit 
Bonne jcfceint i-n, et. an ... shines upon ... 
— II /vb p.pr. unb a. (gib. unb adv. ap- 
parent(ly),seeming(ly),to all appearance. 



Stifyn (Wm- I. 6. IX ) : F f omiliöt ; P S8oIt§ jpradic ; F ®auncr JDtodie ; \ jelten ; t alt (au« 

= ( 44 ) ^ 



gejiorbcn); *neu (au« geboten); **+ unricbtig; 



DUafi*"». *" ÄMürjunflra unb bic obBtfonbtrtcn Ttrnftfunatn (®— #) Tinb »om frfldtl. [ ^IltlulC... ^iltlmin...] 



an-id)rDrn ('■*»') »/n. (t) ^a. «*^. to 
•nnoijiire It) riiiging(ortou<hingJ the bull. 

Wn Idifff O I*-"') f in lDc»<tri: warp. 

an|d)rrrn O C-'-) vja. 1. >"h »ep. U> 
fbegin to) «I trur or share. — 2. ^Ii. snk 
^a. lep. nirbetri: bit flrttc nnk -if rin Zaa ^ 
to warp ... |(D>bci(i: warptir.l 

tin Idirrrr © C-^-) m ^a., ,vin / f}/ 

onidiid)lfn ('•*>') t>/a. Ct_i l>.»^p.t<> pilf up 
(in laycrsl, to stack n\i;ge()l. to itratify. 

an jd)irffn (*•*") 1 fidj ^ vlrrfl. im.trp. 
fiCb ~ ill (t., (t. iu Itjun to projiare (o.k.) 
for, to get ready for, to set about d<jinK 
a th.; rr |d)idt fid) flut (id)l(d)t) baju an 
he goe« the ri)fht (wrontr) wtiy to work 
(about it). — II nn-id)t(funo f i9 c" tti 
Canblung: preparation (or getting ready) for. 

fln-fd)irbr'... ("-"...) in sngn: ~rinfl m 

t-l Xrgrnlitiriitl: runiier; /vftilCf n t-l ZilittI: 

leaf; /wtijd) m tduscope-table. 

an id)irbrn ('-") 0"f. »«•/>. I vja. to 
puHh againNt. — II (>/n. (i) ) ffrfltll^irt: to 
have thf flrst bowl, to bowl first. 

«n |d)ifbfr(*-") m ($a. 1. first bowler. 

— 1'. - Vln-id)ifbc-flüd. 
tln-fd)irbjtl (*-") n @a. appendage, 

picie Hil(ie<l to; (3ula«) Supplement. 

an |d|irlrn l'--) I via. 9i.a. tep. to 
aqiiint |ur leer) at, (»ttflclirn) to caat a 
sidelong glniice at ... — II fl~ n ^c. 
ogliii»r. Hide-glance. fugler.) 

«nidiiflft r («^-) m 0a., ~in /" 0/ 

an jdjicnrn ('-") t/a. 5i a. grp., aurg. 
U) Kpliiit; O to fix with iron bunds. 

«n |d|if|{.... («-...) Id Sflfl". I« : ~fö6 
n, «N/trjjrl »n ehm. cryHtalli.sing-pan or 
•vessel, crystaliiser; <%.nirnrr n, /^pinirl 
IN O VtTgribftci: gilding brubh or (lallet. 

an-fd|trf{rn l'-^) Qye. $tp. I r/n. (|n) 
1..V, angrjdjKJjcn tuinnun to rush (or shoot) 
along. — 2. «Ö f>i//i. in «bti ju firiftoUm 
.V to slioot into cry.stiils, to crystullise. 

— 8. (la IKict'B inlantcn) to cuniDience 
shooting, to lia\e (tlie) first shot. — 
II vja. 4. (c e&Ai ic. ^ to test (or try) ... 

— 5. tin 3(R i(. : to announce (or salute) ... 
by shots. — 0. hunt, niiib ^ to wound ... 
by firing guns; F/'y- onQcfdjofjcn |(in to be 
crazy or in love. — 7. O lyp. isrl Aclunnca 
.V to add ... ; CAnribrnt: bIc (irnct ^ to put 
(or fit) in ... Ill (1/wri 9UC. cinri ßtflrl ic. : 

annouDt-ementor... by giin-!thotN ; vonfttuct- 
■•lltB : firing test; •!} rhm. crystalliNiition. 

an-fd)it1rn ('<'") «i a *rp. I vja. SiMinn ^ 
to take goods abonrd, to ship goods. — 
II i-/n.lfnl angddiijil tininiin toappronoh 
with a ship; ail iinr ^nfil .^ to touch at 
an island. | to join (ral'turs) together. \ 

on irtiillfn O (*•*") r,'o. Ol b.#r;>.,<-<i»7<.) 

an-irt|ininirln (*>*-) »/«. (in) cid. atp. 
to grow Mionhly. Igleani upoii.j 

an fdiiniinriii (*'*«') via. 9.id. arp. t»»/ 

an idiirrrn (*'*") via. 9ia. «r/;. 9t>ik«: 
to liiiincN'., Bi<ite. to put to. 

fin Idiinn («-i unb'-) m M 1. striking 
(or shock) »gainst; ^ tti •ictft stroke (or 
ringing, pciil) of ... — eib. ßlQti 2. ^ 
b(T 'il-dUn ens Uftr bnnking of waxes 
agiiinst tho shore — :i « bal AlütlM, bfi 
Pla»lt<l»lrtri boi (-11 tcid.t(il ^ ... a light (or 
dclicute) touch. — 4. IVlat(l) pliicard; 
poster, bill; rl« t>oul iff ini ^ (lui e«Hlilif 
fsns) — !)* pnt up for siile. — b. .«bHttfftfli« 
levelling of...; bir Qlintc >(. ini ^t baldn 
ouf ... to take aim at ... — 0. (•kikhi) 
project; |d)UditrT « ill-cnncocted »chviiiii; 
tlcimlidjcr ^ plot; VnfdjIAttt ■<' 
coiisj ire |»r pinl ) agiiitist, Vliiut u 

i-l Vtbrti iiiodxii to nttcinpt a p > .lU 
7. (CAAiun«) viiliiiilion, «stinmtc, «iiitii« 
taxation, bfi n<i«l l«tn So'iiabBrii mb Mai- 
laNn bud»;ot ; (in ot'>ii>i\ct hdim .(iiod) 

<0 lU.U(l(n|(ta|t : O ^(dintt; K H^itybuu. ;h IKiUlüi, <! 'I'.a.ii.r . « % • 

= I l.S ) = 



at a rij... :. mate or calca!a...... ... . 

bringen to take into account or conside- 
ration, t<j allow for; bi( Poficn in ^ br n« 
gm to calculate (ur weigh) the expenstia); 
bid tommt niitt in ^ ... counts lur g'>e8) 
f(jr nothing. — 8. ftinb«rl»tri: hide-and- 
seek. — U. O bet It&t. i-l iViBcil: rublo-t; 
.V (antricT Xtr.b) t-i (klstft : rim; cintt ItlA<B< 

utt: wurning-jiiLce. — 10. hunt, bark 
(or challenge) of hounds. 
«n|(^lofl(e.,~c)....(«^..s. *^...;«^-.„) 

In ^tlgn. (9.: «vbrttt n notice-board; «w 
foflrn^/. expenHe(s/>/.)of posting; /vf-rab 
O II UbiBa^nri: warning-wh(" 1; <vfäult f 
advert ising-pillar; column with adver- 
tising spaces; /w|tttri m — ^n-'ifjlag 4. 
an-fdjlagrn (*-") >>r. aep 1 c,a. 1. ■(!: 
to strike »«unat, to knock at; to affix Ui; 
■II Sia'ta: to nail to; flnici .,. to stick (or 
post) up ...; rin Oaui « to put ... up for 
sale. — 2. (^'.djt ^ to strike a light. — 
:t. i bi( (Klpd( ... to ring (or toll) the bell; 
bit Dti fdjidgt bi( £tunb(n an ... strikes 
tho hours; (■( £ait( .« to touch a chord; 
b(n 3 en ^ to give tho key-note; fig. (-n 
anbdn Sen - to change one's tone or 
manner. — 4. bal (Mcnxljr -^ to level one's 
gun (au{ j-n at a p.). — 5. t-a astfcibni .. 
(anbTtAc«) to start ... — 6. f. güB .'C. ^ — 
en ft(d)(n '2. — 7. fttnbct(»i(l: j-n .. (a. abt.) 
to play hide-and-seek. — 8. (ab4i%ta) to 
estimate, to value; (t. l)od) -> to think 
much (or highly) of a tb; |u brd) ~ to 
overestimate; ju ni(tilio ^ to underrate; 
role 1)1 d) fd^ldgt (t ti anV (sUtiri ifiianji 
It?) how much does he ask for itV; % ttr 
ffofita lafi(n fid) auf TiUU ÜJlutt -^ ... may 
be put down at £ 2Ö. — U. e^ntibttti: 
t-n tiiad .w to baste (or run) together _.; 
Cttidtitl: i-n Cimatl .. to begin to knit ... 

— lU. \t fin Cfgcl ^ to bend ... to its yard. 

— II abs. gb. v/n. (b.) 11. to strike the 
first blow; Baai^ltl: to serve (the ball). — 
12. on (t. .i to strike (or dash) against a 
Ui.; »an OtDrn: to break against; 'i, (»lit- 
I4ttii) to ripple. — 13. (lAoain) to (bcjs'in 
to) sound ; bir «iwfi Idjlä^it c.n ... is ringing, 
tolling; tan fitgcln: to begin to sing; »•■ 
Ounkta: to bark, to give tongue; aal k«i 
ZtcMBcl .. to roll la drum). — 14. (Oatfi 
lAlagtn) to take root. — 1Ö. b(i i-m ^ Ital 
bflaaata) to agree with a p.; »ea «tiatlra: 
to take iffecton; bit >«i idldflt b(t iLm 
trrjjlid) on ... is working wonders with 
him.- Ill f^'^n ^0. striking at; affixing 
(tir nnilingi ii>; |>osting (up); tn b't »Inft : 
ringing, tolling; bctti'ta««. b: ^rt 
Oanbt: I'Hrkilig ; vcai Iitpvlti i v . ri. 
Itn i(. : .sniutary (or beneficial) el!e<°t. 

nn-id)la(|rr l'-'") m «ta. 1. (9«t<(B): 
■) O Bi'i VaaiiB: a p. that flxe« (dui>rs. 
<icc ); b) X iBi ß(it«i<«a4it: hanger-on(of 
buckeU). — 2. l««flll: ») O UtiaaAxti 

Bcapenient ; b) .'(C>J» ' " "• ' !i. 

an-ld|liiAi(i. San 

lug<'niiiii>>. iiivciitnc, luil uI 1 
«n-|d)lofli^-... («-.... «M I. . 
an-ldilituiuirn i-''-^i r/a a > 

«<•/>. ihdil ^ to til Uir to (otci. 
mud , Vjb» » to i|. 1 ojtlt ... 

an |d|lridiru r ) in (In) lab fit^ „ 
vlrrfl. ^n. »rp ^. (ing(;itli(t)>n (omnun 
to approai h »t.«!'' i^v '" . i. < o i . »r i... 

on |itilril(n' 
«#/>. I ' •• 

ou ...; t. 

an litiinirii - [- i 

*fy. \ I b«i'>BbilM<a^ ^ 

an • 



•*p. I» 



an-|d)lrpp(n ' ' 

to drsg al'inr. 

aii-ld)iri!bfrn -i r u ,, 

fling (i.r burl) ii/.iiost ov at. 
an |d)lirbrn i*--i ' '''\(\tn) 

I c,a. 1. to (fant.D ■ ». ttrta 
•rfantmtB : tO put ._ a'itra) 

tu join, to annex; • M) •■• 

a(|ilto|l(n kU .. (>i ... pat 

(off) on. — S. Ä b» r . <t (fe 

(ud) an! closo rank«: — II ' ,'t. 

4. fi4 on ]-n «bti fid) i->n « ' i. 

to (or to side with) a p.; f ° <• 

f(0 itaft ^ to join a nocx*'': . .«.jfe 

obn n ^V may I make ; or of 

your party V; A bttja« ictii;(bt \\^ lanbca 
£ampi(T X.) an ... is timed to mttX Um 
steamer, Ac; abt. fid) I(id)l (fAvrr) .. to 
b« (not) companionable, lunivKiable. — 
III p/n. (b ) a. (»a^fal «ta i-i XMt: to b« 
well jointt-d or hung, aaa «irtlasiHMia 
rng .. to fit tightly. — 0. man. i.t £4ca* 
tfl ,. to sit clone, to grip the hors« »ell 

— IV IUn^c.7. - «nfd)lu^-8.SM 
PltibBM^fl'^'B : tight lor clov) flt. 

an-fd)lingrn (*^) r/a. 9>&. mj>. to 
fasten lor tie) with a noose to. 

11n-i<t|tnft (*^) m ^ 1. aJdiUoo, aft 
(«t)B«a«rB) annexation ; »tise. (us ^m^^i^fm) 
thing added or annexed; »a> aua entti: 
enclosure. — 2. Iiraaaal 9a<h«) •■! ***>* tc. 
tight fit. — 8. Ibal •i*-«aHtUft<a) joining, 
naihi: union; b(r « an bca 3«Q*(tk**^ 
the entry into the rustoma-uoioo. — 
4. A ^ btc 3Aat I .'iimunicatioa (or 

correspondence; :i . .. ; bwfri $■« |at 

Ic.ncn .„ ... me«ts no other tritin, has no 
communication; brn .. Dai(bl(i< to 
tho (correal ending) train. — &. 
urn ^ (iiud)cn to ask t> b« put oo to. 

flnldjluB-.... bHS a (*■*...) ta s'sB. I«., 
/«.baljn /■ juncfi"n-rtti:w.iy ; .^grldir n, 
.^-puiift m, ,i.,ftation f nm. ti n .Uiuir f 

— ,vbiil,ii; .s,niai)rn ••! 

on-id)ui(rfrn i '- - n«(r 

crrifc (t. ^ t<' to tiubt 

u dill) . , t'> t '. I dish. 

an-fd|tnridi(ln c^-^') sid. •</>. I r.a. 
i-ni ft. ., to co:i\ 1 " i'lfo ». — II r/r#/f. 
fidi Ibdl i-m « ' .-.« oj. witit a ^. 

an-fd)uir (trn i < - i ra. >ao. «*|i 
1. •- an-ja.nttni. — 2. i-m (t»a# « to dMh 
(or t!ii ' ' A* \ 

on ' «^9*p. 

to ai ■.:. 

an ■■■ I. to 

join I ;t 

... in • 

I'apfr n 

on |il,ui I 

apply, to ; 

II fllH «I-,'-,' r. 
to cling to; to ',» 
a th.. a p.: ,1 ••' tall 
in with a I I 



on 



Ita «Nta: t. 

» (»rtitj- 

•n 


11 r (*^ 


l-n , 

flu 


1 IB 


in;« 

•n 


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a, 0*. OfP k« 



II 



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[Qlnfdjtt... 5IttfC...] Substantive Verbs are only given, if not translated by act (or action) of ^ or .^Ing. 



?In-id)liril)C'... I*-"...) in Sf-feeune'n. JS9.: 
-vnirflrr n (Stanitiftinffifi) cnrvinfr-knit'e. 

aii-jdjntibm (*-") rja. $on. sep. 1. to 
take a cut off; bo« iBrot ^ to cut a (fresh) 
loaf. — 2. (auf ttvK «tiHdj.) to tally. 

an-jdjnrllcn (*^") ?ia. sep. I via. io 
jerk ac-ainst. — II I'ln. (in) -= anprnlUn. 

?ln-id)nitt (*>*) m @ 1. rm« Ediinline, 
PTCft« !C.: first cut or slice; pom IPTiitrti ic. : 
outsiJe (piece).— 2.(e(i)nittfiSdic)cut(ting). 

— 3. (gdinitl in KiS flrrHcIj) DOtcll, Score 

Qn-id)nit{c(nn l*»'") vja. lic.(d.) sep. 
fttDiiS on tinen etc* ^ to carve a th. on ... 

on-i(J)itiiRcln F ("^J") W«- Cid. «pp. to 
smell (nut), to scent, to sniff at. 

an-ld)niirrit(^-") r/rt.6ia..<fp/;. l.tolace 
(or string:) nn ; j-n on bie goiter ~ to tie (or 
fasten) a p. to the rack. — 2. © aaBiietci : to 
tie up, to fasten on. |to stack up.) 

on-idiobrni I*-") vja. ^d. sep. ^tu-.i 

Qn-id)oncn {^-") via. ga. sep. for. 
(iBirfcft tfpflonjfn) to replant. [anchovy.) 

SlnidioDr /■!©. ...rsiifinv. ("-'»»") ic/iiJi.l 

an-id]rauinirti (^>'") $i a. sep. I via. to 
scratch. — II F vin. (fn) ongcfdjrommt 
fonimcn to come trotting along. 

9ni-fd)rniib.... (*-...) in Sffsn, j». : ~fi)orcn 
nilpl. screw- (or caviiliy-) spurs jt?/. 

an-id)rnitbtii O (*-") W«. C"?-«"* @a- 
.tep. to screw on or up; Tounicuftöcfe ^ to 
api)ly thunih-scrcws to. 

?ln-id)rribr<... (*-"...) in St.'Hunoen, jSB.: 
.^toitl f, ~tiid) wi scoring-bonrd or -table. 

on-fdircibcn (■"-") I via. @o.sep. 1. to 

write (ur put) down ; in e-m SBu4e: to book, 
mil «Tfibe: to chalk dnwn; ßrirfct, SBitlorb: 
to score; Im Rf(finunfl§6u(tie : to debit to a ]).; 
.V loficn to take on credit (F on tick). — 

2. fif/. »on edifiiem ic. : gilt ongcjdjriibcn jein 
to hnve hivh marks; bei j-ni gut (übel) 
ongejdjrieben fein tbet fUt)cn to be in a p.'s 
good (had) hnoks. — II 9I~ n @c. 

3. writing down; hooking; scoring. — 

4. («rial) rosciipt; (anfudien) application. 
3ln-id)rriber(^-^)»;/@a.6ti(i(tic.: scorer. 
on-id)rcicn (*-") via. ^o. sep. j-n ~ 

to hoot at ...; tt. .^ (antiinMsen) to shout 
(or call) out ...; tin Eiijiff: to hail. 

Dn-trfircitfii (^-"i «>/«. (jn) ^n. sep. ^, 
ongcidjnitcn toninicn to come striding 
along; to api^niach with long strides. 

?ln-id)rot(t) O (*-(-) n®if@) lu«. 
■laiSdri: sclviigc; list; wale (= ©nl.lbonb). 

nn-id)rotcn {^-^) via. ^\t. sep. 1. tin 

Sal .^ to roll up ... — 2. O Suftmoilietei: to 
jiut the solva?e on (cloth). 

«n-fdiub (*-) III @ (o. pi.) fleflfWfi: ben 
^ ^obcn to have first bowl; to bowl first. 

an-id)ii^rn {^-")vla.%&.sep. I.\(auit 
vjre-p.) to shoe a p. or O.S. — 2. O eiieitl 
~ (eoildiuttn) to new-front (or new-loot)...; 
Sialic ... to tip slakes or posts with iron. 

on-irfiulbiflcn («>'">') I r/a. ^a. sep. j-n 

nnt« Oeibtedifrl ... to accuse a p. of (or to 
«harpe him with) ...; jui.: to incriminate. 

— II Un-id)ulbignnfl f % indictment 
(»ft = ?ln-IIaflc ; 1. 18) ; iut. a. : inculpation, 

on-ldjiartn («-") via. 6} a. »ep. to poke 
(',T stir) a tire; fifj. to kindle (i)ie passions). 

«n-id]iirtr («--) n, @a. fg. firebrand. 

an-|(^llb (")m $J 1... tfiSDoflnSShoot, 
rush. — 2. ehm. crystallisation. — 3. \ 
(erfierCftnl) first shut; ben ^ t)r.bin to shoot 
first. -4.A;rn/.(e(int»Br6f)g)inshot wound. 

«n.fdjuft, .jdjiitl («>i) m ® alluvium. 

on-!d)utrfn ("-) I vja. 6ib. sep. 1. to 
pour (or throw) against. — 2. © mit Grbe 

... to fill (or bank) up. — 3. enteite ^ (auf. 
tc»-in) to store up. — II 91^ n @c. unb 
fln-fdjiiltiing f ^ fi)ling up; storage. 

an-id)iil5fn © («>i-) vja. 6i,c. sep. 
I. JSQBuei: (Oafitr aniaflen) to turn on or let 



in (water). — 2. aBanertoutund : ein Wei,t ~ 
(tintammni) to d.-im u|> a wear. 

on-id.JBiiiigcrn (^-i") I via. @d. sep., 
chni. to impregnate, to saturate with. — 
II 2l~ t) ^9c unb Sln-jriiioiiiigerung f @ 
chm. ini] rignation. saturation. 

a«-id)luoiifcii (*''") vIn. (fn) @a. sep. 
to totter against; ^, cnflcfd)niontt tommcn 
to stflgger (or totter, red) along. 

nil-idiU)ö«jf(u (•''•'") vln.{\n](Q A.sep.itx 
^wni lam flngcjd tuön.^elt ... wagging its tail. 

un-jdjluniiiitn (*^") vIn. (().) @.a. sep. 
1. bon SBienm : to begin to swaim. — 2. on» 
gefcbii'ärnit fomnun to come in swarms. 

an-)d,n)äracn ('^"^") 1 via. ^i c. sep. to 
blacken, f;/. to slander, backbite; lei i m 
^ to sj)eak badly of a p. to ... — II 91/n/ 
n $§c. blackening; fifi. f. ?ln-fd)tt)nt3erci. 

9ln-|d)lBQrjer (-2^") m @a., «vin f ® 
fg. detractor, slanderer, backbiter. 

9lii-fd)H)ärjfrci (>'^"- unb ^•i'^-), SMtt. 
fd^lnnrjiiiiB (""''") f@ fiff- disparagement, 
calumniation, backbiting. 

oii-jdiiooljfii (*-") via. @c. sep. j-nt et. 
.V, to talk a p. into buying a th. 

on-jdiiDcfrln {^-^) vja. @d. sep. to 
(fumigate or treat with) sulphur. 

Sln-fdiWfif © ('''-) ni ® areberci: warp. 

8ln-)d;n)eif«... © C^-...) in atign, weift 
SDBebftei : warping-..., jS. /v.J)QfVf I f, ~tt)inbe 
f warping-reel; ~roile /■ warping-bobbin. 

nn-idjJueifrn © (*-^) via. fea. sejo. 
ascbcrei: to warp (= on-fd)ercn 2). 

oii-fdihJfifecn (*-'^) via. (g,c. sep. 1. to 
weld together; bat, cnlötm, on-fcfcmicben. 

— 2. hunt. = on-id)icfeen 6. 
oli-fditttUcu i^'''^) I v/w. (fn) @e. sep. 

1. to swell (up or out), (facfaitiB) to bag, 
to puff; (bon 6efleln) to belly, to bunt. — 

2. J~ to swell; einen Son .v, unb miebcr 
fd)iKod) Wcibcn lofjcn to hold a note. — 
II via. ^1 a. sep. 3. to distend, inflate, 
jiuff; bcr S3nd) ift burd) bm SKcgcn onge-- 
fd;n)ctlt the stream is swollen with rain. 

— Ill /vb p.pr. unb a. @>b. 4. swelling; 
path, intuniescent. — IV 91«.. w @c. 
5. = ?(n-fd)Uict(iiug. — 6. cT crescendo. 

9ln-fd)lDelHllig('^^")/"Cq l.swcll(ing);e-g 
SMeä : rise. — 2.? ^ an bet Cleiflädic bon eamcn 
caruncle. — 3. ^ (^eiborraflung) protuber- 
ance; path. tumo(u)r, intumescence. 

nn-idinirniiiicn {■'^'^^) I vja. ^ a. sep. 
= on-flpf;cn I; ongcfdirocmmt alluvial; 
vt nngeidjU'cnimtcS ©tit jetsam. — II 9l~ 
n ®c. unb 9l~iiiiö f @ = on-fliifecn II. 

nii-fdiwiiiiincii ("2>'") u/m. (fu) ^ b. sep. .v., 
Qngcidjtuoninicnfommcn to come swimming 
(oi floating) up; gegin ben Sin m ... to swim 
against the stream or the current. 

on-fdiJoinbcIn (*'i^) via. @,d. sep. j-n 
.X, to swindle (or 1 unibug) a p. 

n«-fcgrlii M^-")^d.sep. I y/w. (fn) 1. .v, 
QugcfcQelt fonimcn toappioach sailing.— 
II via. 2. ein üüff ic. ~ to run foul of ... — 
3.e-n (91üt')^afcn.vto put (or run) into port. 

oii-fctjcn (*-i") (|o 1. (f. fcl)cn) sep. I via. 

1. nift: to look at; j-n jdjorf (fd)ief ob. fdicci) 
.^to look hard (askance) at a p.; j-n giftig 
(grofe) .v to look daggers (astonished) at 
a p.; ct. bon bcr folidjcn ©cite ~ to look 
at a th. in the wrong light. — jsib. gäne: 

2. errocigcnb, rrfijcnb, ginou .^ to consider, 
to examine (closely); j-n fiiiftir («iifenb) 
~ to give a p. a black (an angry) look; j-n 
foncr .„ to make sour faces at a p.; j-n 
über bie (Ed)ultcr (a. 9ld)iel) .^ to look down 
on a p.; j-n fcrftoMcn .v, to cast a sly 
glance at a p.; fie fnt) mid) bon rbcn bi§ 
unten on she e.\ed me from head to foot. 

— 3. et. ouf et. (l)in) .^ to examine a th. as 
to its suitability for ... — 4. fg. ct. mit 
fccm fliüdcn .^ (muffen) (to be obliged) to 



forsake a thing. — 5. et. mit .v. (o^ne jn 
fiantfin) to look (passively) on at a th.; 
et. ftillidiroeigcnb (mit) .^ to be a silent 
witness to a th.. nreite. to tolerate a th., 
id) fonn c§nicbt longer mit .», I cannot stand 
it any longer. — 6. j-n für einen onbem 
(et. für et. onDcreS) .», to (mis)take one per- 
son (one thing) for another; tnofür fie()t 
cr mid) onV what does he take me for?; 
id) felje il;n iür ten STieb on 1 believe him 
to be the thief. — 7. (aufiantn) Ol8 et. .^ 
to consider (or regard) as; fg. et. on5cr§, 
burcö c-e onbere SrriDc .^ to see a th. in a 
diflerent light; qDc§ im gi:nfligflen Cid)te 
(bon bet fd)linimfttn Seite) ^ to see the 
bright (dark) side of everything; trie It) it 
fie ©ncfec <., to our way of thinking; mit 
mon c§ Qud) .v niog in whatever light one 
may take it. — 8. (berüdMiigen) to pay 
regard to; bie !petfon iiicfet .^ (bibl.) to be 
no respecter of persons; id) fe^e e§ auf 
100 5)2arf nid)t on I do not mind a five- 
pound note. — 9. j-m el. .v = on mcrfcn 1 
(f. bs); mon pel,t ilm fein 9lltcr nid)t on 
he does not look his age. — 10. \ j-m et. 
~ (burft ben SBlitf mitteilen) to impart a th. to 
a p. by a glance or look. — II «/n. (}).) 
F fiel)' mol en!, fel)' mol einer on! FwelL, 
I never I, now, did you ever! — III fti^ 
.V, virefl. (ausfeten) ba§ fiel)t fid) gut an it 
impresses one favourably. — IV an-g^ 
feljcn p.p. u. a. @,b. I. b(b. «rt. 

9ln-jtl)cn (*-") M @c. 1. (eeim) looking 
at; view; bei flüdjtigem .v, at the first 
glance; bn§ .,. Ijot mon umfonft seeing 
costs nothing; j-n Den .^ fenucn to know 
a p. by sight; fig. Dom (blofccn) ~ toirb 
mon iiid)t fatt, etwa: one cannot live on 
the smell of a (good) thing. — 2. (anffttin) 
appearance, look; (SuEcreS) outside, ex- 
terior; (äußerer Cinbrud) air, mien; au*: 
complexion (ot aftairs, &c.); oUcm ~ nai) to 
judge from appearances, on the face of 
it; bie Sodie Ijnt jc(jt ein onbercS ^ (ge* 
roonncn) things have assumed a different 
aspect; abs., b.s. \\d) ein -.. gebiU to put on 
(or give O.S.) airs. — 3. (JiitfrKbt) regard; 
consideration; oljne.^ bcr 5ßerjin without 
distinction of person. — 4. (sr^tung) 
credit, prestige; (©eltung) authority; in ~ 
bringen to bring into vogue; fein .^ jur 
(55eltung bringen to wield gieat power, to 
exert one's inlluence; grofecS -.. gcniefeen, 
in ^oI)cm .^ ftcl)cn to enjoy great esteem, 
to be highly thocglit of; fid) ^ ocrfd)affen 
to make o.s. respected (by all). 

an-fef)nl(d) (*-") a. @,b. 1. (aniiefttnb) 
handsome, imposing; boS ~fle §aii§ the 
best-looking house. — 2. (btbeutenb) con- 
siderable, HetBortajtnb) consjiicuous, (tt- 
merfenswert) reniai kable; ~e ®elel)rte mlpl. 
eminent scholars/)/. ; .vC ÜJiittel nipl. large 
means or fundsja/.; eine .^e DJiitgift a hand- 
some dowry. — 3. (angefclien) notable. 

9ln.ftl)«lir()feit {^^"-) f @ (ebne pi.) 
imposing ajipea ranee; considerableness; 
einer ?)crfon; conspicuousness, eminence. 

9ln-f(t)Utig (^-") f @ nur advy : in ~ (mit 
gen.) with regard to, in resjiect of; in .^ 
beffcn as for (or as regards) that matter. 

OM-fengcn (*>'") via. unb W«. (fn) @a. 
sep. to singe (or burn) a little. 

9ln-fe^.... (^^...) in snnn, J59. : ~6rtttt © 
n typ. fly-leaf; ~f(iitf © n = «ün-fol^-flüd. 

on-fcljbar (•''>'-) a. ^b. capable of being 
put on or applied to, &c. (f. en fct;cn I u. II). 

on-ffljen (*^") fee. sep. I via. 1. mcift: 

a) (loltenb bcfeflicen) to put (or set) on, to 
ap].ly to; (anpaüen) to adapt to; (anftaien) 
to add to; Sirmel, Riiövfe .», to sew on...; 

b) ben (SSiiiIin=)!Brgen, ben ^infel ^ to take 
up the bow, the brush; to begin to play 



aiguH (I 



•see page IX): F familiar; R vulgar; rflash;\rare; t obsolete (died); «new word (born); Aincorrect; «/ scientific; 

= (*«) = 



The Si^i, Abbreviations and det. Obs. (9—9) >re explained at th« be^nning of this book. [ «1 D ) C . . . > 1 11 ) t ft . . . 



'the violin), to paint. — Btb. SJDc; 2. titn 
%i'd)(i ~ to jjiit tlio rnp to one'» lips; 
Sliit-rgcl^ to fl| ply Ii.-itIics to; bir f^iöa 
.^ to put (ifn to |>ji| er; k<r ni«ie ic. ^ to put 
... to onu'H niiiutli; 6ic Gi'ortii ^ fo B«t 
(Fclnp) Hpiirs to tliif Iiofm;; jiini iBitf(U| 

^ to put up for 8lil(!. — 8. Imlr, fiQ. Mix: 

to mix tlic iiipTi'diunts for ..., to maku or 
brt-w or prrpiir« ... — 4. tin» JJeit .». (tt- 
fUnmrn) to fix, appoint ...; 3ag iinl) £tuntc 
.., to nanie tie tJny and liour. — 6. (n(cb«t- 
IftiHbfti) to noti'di.*n; latftf;a|r«) to tax; 
(anirAnrn) to cliiir^'«; (ICtfllfl t^i quote; j-ni 
f-nju I). i)(n (\ii iiitrr.flin) ^'ni* ^ to ovcr- 
charjri! (undiTcl nrtff) a p. for a th. — 
ft. aiilh. fin tfrtmpti ^ to put down (or 
to statt.) a sum; tnalh. t-t (MItitljiinfl ^ to 
put up (ur to fnrni) an ci|uatii>n. — 7. suit 
vjn. (t).) (raticlif In) to produce; l)ia:trr, 
eptitiingt K. ^ to put flirt li (or on) ...; 
{frtditr ^ to form ...; bit ^nid)t bcl Vaunn 
jftt an tlio fruit ... IhkIus to show ; 
path. Ill «idii {(Ijt Pntcu bei tl)m an ... is 
Hcttlin^ in IiIh jiijnts; b<( Paticnrin fr^rn 
gut on ... ar«! doin(f well; Jjicifd) ^ to ninke 
tiesli; 'Jiofl ^ to (frow ruxty. — II p/n.(l).j 
8, j. 7. — 0. (cfitu4»n) to attempt, to tr\ 
(— |(ö| auf (t. ^); iiid) einmal ^ to begin 
again or anew; tr fdte ju'cimnl an lie 
started twicer — 10. X bit l*r;t ftfetn on 
the lode i.s continunus. — II. Zcnini|t>>ri 
^tt Wriuinnrr jtljl on tlic winner liopins 
the new gam«,'. — III fid) .^ fjrt-fi. 12. fid) 
on rt. .^ t« attaih o.s. to ... ; dun. to (liiiTe 
a) deposit. — 1:1. to form (o.s). — IV ?l/v 
fi $*c. unb «nlfljunfl f O 14. (f. 1— III) 
puttitig on, api Illation ; c t 3rit : appoint- 
ment; t-l Plalt-.lnllTUBrntfl: t4inguing; einil 
Vttilci: (|uotiiti(in; #bri Omitt: formation ... 

»ln-if(jfr {'•'"') m Ion. c»iri: one who 
plays first, lirginnHr of the game. 

*ln irljunQe.... (*-*>'..) in Sflan. i». : ~ort 
Ml, o^ranb »i, ^ttit m anut. attachment. 

Wn-|ritd)nnfl ('-'") f i% infection. 

fln-jid)-i)Qllfn \ («-J«) n cwc. silf- 
restraint, Rt'lf-oomninnd ; reserve. 

«n-firtjl (*>') /■»» 1. a) vii'w; Inspec- 
tion; j-in Sl^oTtn )iir .. Idjidtn to send a 
p. goods on ap|iroval iFon h| [iro'); # jut 
fltjAlligrn ^ lor your kind insiicction; ri 
oiiS rigintr ^ (rnnrn ... fmm pi'rsonnl (ih- 
Borvation; m bti .^ bctt (MigtiiiviUtlnrn on 
receipt of tlio present; III ilii.biKtl aspect , 
• b. Cdic siilo-view. - 2. (IKrInunglopinion. 
<UbrTtru(|unal Conviction; id) bin gonj Obttr 
.,fd)li(i;tni.d)l,^lirrr.^nnl>|uitoiigri<'witli 
you;onDtttr^|t nal3...iodifTor in opinion 
from ...; itint .^ oii8tprid)tn to spoak om-V 
min<l; to Ijrirfd}! nnr tint .^ torubcT there 
IN but one opinion lor voice) about it;(r bat 
Itbr {d)itft .^cn he ia a iiuccrhcadcd fellow ; 
nod) nirincT .^ in my opinion, to my mind; 
nod) bcT .X. ol!tr hy general consent. 

on-flditifl 1«'*^) a. »i I). 1 n, i« ^ »ttbtu 
to calcli (ill get a) sight of a p. 

f^n■rlrtll^... («■*...) In sftjn, \v. ~|tHf f 
fri>nt(-virwi, froiitispiocn; ^Irnbung (V / 
consigiiini'iii fur inspection ur approval. 

«nflrntltt (J-ivJ) / 41 colony. 

an firl-fln ('-*') via. u vlrrfi. did. »rp. 
(fld)l ->. to settle; to rolouiso; to 08tabli>b 
(or locate) o.s. Ilnlaiiting of a) rolony.\ 

?ln-ilf6irilun(|(*M-)-lA«*"«'»ilcnient,/ 

on-flrtirn («--) r/o. 0"c. »»•/. 1. to boll. 
"J. O n,^ibfift: to unciiin. 

*ln lirblrt (*•'-) •« «<ia. settlar, colo- 
nist; {Ami, unb WntlLiI rn) si|lintter; bit 
trflcM ^ Ylmttitrt» Tl I'llgiiin Knthom. 

on (irnrln (*--) via. sul. 0rp. to seal 

(III jtMQtn (•■*") 0"a. (|. (ingtn) »r/i. 
I via. i-n, »I. .k to Welcome ... with a 
song. — II •■/»». (b ) to pitch a note. 



an-flnnrn ('■*") I r/a. ^b. »rp. j-m rt. 
.^ to re<|iiii).- lor denianc!) a th. of (or fromi 
a p. — 11 91.%. n ^-'c. demsnd; tin Vn 
Ttiin^n fttUtn to put forth a rei|uext. 

«n-fltj («•') m *i I. \ donii. lie. - 

2. hunt. ((iintrTtaii) aniliiish for huntsmen. 
anfilirn l*"'-) p/n. ( n) 0"i. grp. 1. ^, 

ongrfriKn jtin to be domiciled or settled ; 

oiigrKJirn reoident. — 2. (itfl fl|rn) to b« 

attai lied to. — 8. hunt, to sit in amhiish. 

on-ipoltrn ("~) 5ib. (f. |pollfn) trp. 

I r/a. to make a split in ... — II i-/n. 
(fti).^, nngtiioltin jtin to (begin to) split 

9ln-tponn {^■^\ »< 9k team lui i>on«i. «c). 
on ii'nnntn ('>'^) I p/a. jia. »rp. l.tn 

Vcflrn, e I Ccbnc .v to bend ... ; J tint Calit 
.V to tighten ... — »lb. nja»: 2. fiff. to 
brace (up); oOr ft^nt flTäjtC ... to strain 
every neive; ben Atifi ^ to rack one's 
hrnin(s); j-n «. to keep a p. to hii woik 
■ •r r«it(i his nnso to the (jriudstono; burd) 
an(it|ionnlt 9ltbeit by jreat exertion. — 
:i. (ic ^(Tbt, ben ät ogrn .., ■. ab«, to put 
the horhes to; , lofjin to order the car- 
riage out. — II tl>v n ^c. nnb Vn-|pon> 
niing f % 4. tension, strain, exertion. — 
.j. befieljl bo8 ?l.vl have the horse» put to I 

on-fpriru (*-") via. ^o. nnb öia. trp. 
to 8| it at ur uiion. 

on-ipicfrn l''^") via. Ci»- »T- to lard; 
fit/, (onlgifiiirtter SPtuttl well-lined purse. 

9In-|pitl ('-) n OS Qilifti: firüt inning»; 
SukbaO: firxt kick; ffaiKnlpd: lead. 

on-ipirlrit ('-^) I p/n. (b.) «. via. 6ia. 
»rp. 1. J tin Xcnn&it ic. : to begin to play. 

— 2. ftn 3nfuuBicni -^ (prctietrn) to try ... — 

3. C>if(: abs. to play first, to have the 
first throw, Ac; Panrnlyiti: to (have the) 

lead ; Vinatb : fn Vcü .^ to put on .. ; IDbiR : 

c t ßnrbt . to le.nd a suit; bit ongtlpitltt 
Aoibt n.idjji'itlen to return the lead. — 

4. (bttfibtni) to touch (lightly). — 5. fig. 

out rt. .... Ibnbrttlrn) tO allude to ..., to hint 

i»t ...; otif rooo mill er .^V what is ho 
driving at or referring toV — II K^v p 
>tc.0atirn: lead:). a.9ln Jt)ielungn.'J1n-fpi(l. 

Hn-|pitIfr(*-")m#oa.lowliolead»,4c.; 
«riifri first howler (j on fpieleu). 

«n-lpiflunB(«-")^© I.\- 9ln-fpiel. 

— 2. fig allusion, hint ; bo« ift eine ^ oni 
Gif tins is nionnt (or intended) for you. 

on-|pirf]rn (*--) via. 9ic. trp. 1. to 
(run through with a) spear.— 2. «»«tudt: 
to (put on the) "-pit; t to hniach 

anfpinnrn I'' '"I wh. »rp. I via. I. v< 
begin to spin. 2. iintna»*rn) tn {^oben ... 
to join a thread; fig. tint tinittuiiani « to 
start .... R3n!t K. : to hatch ■ plot, ae. — 

II fid) .V I'/rr/t. «rn t-i itaH: it encloses 
liir wraps) itself in a co •• '.-r. to «rise; 
c« Ipann fid) e-t ftfle ft itrit^m 
iintn on a < lose frientNiij' ^\ ■> uig up ... 

anfpittrn («"*-) r/a. jic. »</>. to 
shari'i n, to point ; niitbei ^ tu ro-point. 

onlplif'rn. •Ipltljen J (*'*^l r/a. ^c. 
»rp. rov^ 'Jlntatüii ^ ' 

onlpomen (*-^) I \. »ep. to 

give the spurs tu ..., to spur on i« .... 
linliiA«!«) to goad on, to «tiniulato, aiirt-. 
to rouse; Ctiitcr: to push; tr mu^ oiiQf 
Ipotnt werben he wnnis n>u«ing (up). - 
II n.« N Mc. « tin Ipornnno f |* spur- 
ring on; stimulation, iiicit<menl. 

fin Iprodir (*'-) ^ D I. . «nnb« I. 

— 2. o «lr»l ^i.niu»!fr'l II • 

an Iprrdjen r' '- 1 > d. r 
I i','<i. I in «. to sd'lrrss, {t* 
to accost a p.; 4- tm 94 * ... t 

— 8. I n Ulli et. » to li. g jcr I 
th of a p. ; i-n um ft 1 (Xbltr , 

p.'s diuii;) t<>r in niatriago. — S Awn.' 
(lit ti finin«) to call; tn »"" ">> "^r tiats 



' Bffif ^ to take a 1' k' lor ... — 4 
B<4ra) to Hay) cinim Itol. — h fi.) i ■ 
trad ««f l-a biAiI to Impre««, tit*- 
inlerifirt a p.; («ivaira) to pl«u«; ai 
Ciuil fptldll an ... t«k<ii. — If r/w. (b.a.)a* 
S bei i-m .^ (ib* w.tr%\ to i all on a p«r«oo 
(f. Dor-fcTrd)<nl. — III .wb p.pr. a a. iH 
plea^^ill^f prepirtisesiM g fttwtt felrH^Xt 
... S'inietliiiig very eiignKioir 'n ^r wj*. 
an-tprrngrn 1'^^) ;i a. *rp I vim. (( i 
arb r/o. 1. to (begin tn) blow ap • mm« 
«c. — 2. (out) I-n ^ to gallop up to a p.; 
ongcfpnngt dmrnen to omie on at full 
gallop. — II p/o. S. itr- l 

sprinkle witi< : (abHaattsl 

4. (<rrtnni4< ■'A'al to Speikit;, s<a i^ji. 

ongifpteni]! ti)u< h<-d with rrey. — 11111« 
n ^r a tlnfptrngnng ^M U a; iroarh 
at full g.illop. — n. ief-»tn|iii) sir inkling. 

an ipringrn ('•'~) » n. i». i. r ngmiarp. 
I r/n. 1. ('ni: a) .^, on "': r -fn tamiata 
to come jum{>ing (or idafl 

along; (Hulotp ^ — ui. ,. , ,. >u . , an rt 
^ to leap against a thing; b) m« aiai tl 
ongefrriingen ... is slightly cra'ked. - 
2. lb.) to take the flnt l^p, to jump 
first. — II r/o. j-n ftinblid) . Ut tpnnr 
(or rush) upon a p. — III lU. n M<- 
man. (ffrst) leap, rush, jump. 

an-fpril|rn (•■**-) 9ic. »rp. I r/o. t» 
(belsprinkle with; V>iti(>«: to lyr -.- 
I-m ffel K. ^ to splash I.t b^spitttrr) \ ; 
with ... — II riR (fn) OR rt. . to s| la.4h 
(or be squirted) ngnnst a th. Ill fl-v 
n $4c. aab tln-tpti^ung f *% 
hort. syringing; ». 0tt: splasi. m>i m ..^i 

tln-fpru(t| (''') m 3i 1. ^ auf ._ claim 
to...; filttrt llnft'TÜdlt prior claims; l9«ti» 
mag) demand (ouf for); (at : title to. — 
2. ^ (oben auf (obrr on) ... to be entitled 
to . . : fltif rt - rraifcen fb-r rrbf ^ffl »o makr 

pr 'tilt^t 

bxi 'trr- 

sions; rr mod)t ^ out bol:e 
pretends to be highly ^ ■ » 

Itrintrltil Vnfpritdlt modxn to have great 
(no) pretensions; 1 1 «■•wtcfawti t k. tl . 
ntbmtn to enirage, aitirt: to engross ...; j-« 
titallt. «tit m ^ nebmtii to '^t - -our»» 
to ... ; j-« jgiilje in , ne bmen % p.'s 

aid; |-| :^tA ■n^ txtt« in ^ nccmcn i<< takr 
up .„ : to encroach on ; »»iHt, •««•<< 
oufi b&dlfie in . iiebmen t< ' 
most; t-ftr«!« Ill ^ iieblllO' 



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•vfrri, .».la* u. fro*» from pros ii'<i.iii«. v:; 
pretending; ('»tis-» un»<'.uiiiing ; ij.« tu ■ 
Un) plain ; .».laTuff il f nvyt' t. ndiinri>»« 
plainnrss ; .V : tontjo'i« i«>i',i<titt) 

fastidious; >i i .. r • , ., -.■.,.,« 

on (prubrin i-' - 1 • 9i.' 

irpA' 

on li 

»rp t.' I _. 

«n-l; . . 

n-b«irM (•'-) I »a. lb ' . 

nl rt. .1. to wash 

tgalnat ... ; «natt. . 
vial soil. — 11 tl<v •< 
Itt«! f •* -"' ■ - 

•a-n.' 

tat», grwu T, 1 

■a iallra O 

ltr«l . to li» 

«n «alt 



O machiiierv; 5^ mining; ük military; 4. mnrino; # !■ tnni.al; 9 

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f^IttftU... ^InftO...] 6 ubflant. Strbo pnb meip nut gegeben, teenn fit ni^t act (»b. action)^ 



.i)b....iDg(auten 



an-floninten ('•*") I N «/a. @a. sep. 
to bequeath upon. — II on-BtpOUiJllt 
p.p. ant a. $»b. (n-etn) hereditary. 

on-Ponipfrn (*''") vin. (jn) Ci a. sfp. pi 
1111(11 ongcfioml'ft ... stamping along. 

Hn-ftQiib (^>») m ® (mfto.p?.) 1. (good) 
address; (in itx tiaiturg) bearing; dqiort- 
ment; (6«iini*teii) decorum, propriety; 
ieinen ^ babcn to be well-mnnnered, to 
have good breeding; ben ~ beijcite |e^en 
to set aside tlie rules of decency; mil ~ 
decently, properly. — 2. (aufi4ub) delay; 
ba§ (on feinen ~ l)abcn it shall be done 
without demur. — 3. (SBcbfnicii) hesitation; 
ba§ leibet Icincn ~ there is no difficulty 
about that ; .^ neftmen, et. ju t^un to think 
twice before doing a th.; rimm tt rl)ne~ ... 
without further ado; ba§ l)at (gai) feinen 
^ there is nothing to be said against it, 
it is understood. — 4. hunt. Quf ben ~ 
geben to go shooting (from a hiding-place). 

an-Panb.... («''...) in Sfls» -= ?ln- |iQnb§=... 

on-Patibig (*^") a. i&b. 1. becoming, 
decent, decorous; ^cv SBcneljmcn proper 
behaviour, ton fetten o. gentlemanly b., 
»on Samn : ladylike demeanour; ein ^t^ 
OKäbicn a respectable girl. — 2. (Benflgenb) 
ft (at ein ~e§ Sluefommen ... a comfortable 
income; e-n .ven ßc^n erf)Qltcn to receive 
fair wages; iVo. ~ (tiiditig) bcjQl)Icn (ntüfjen) 
rto (have to) pay through the nose. 

«n-fliJnbigfeil (*>'—) f @ 1. decency; 
decorum; propriety; reputableness. — 
2. (einjelnt ^anblung) civility. 

Sln-ftonba-..., a~'... (^>'...) in Sflen, js. : 
~bejuiiö »I formal call ; /abrief m letter of 
respite; ~baDit f chaperon; in ®e|eUf*üfi: 
bie .„bome jpielen to play propriety; /«..ge« 
fii^l n tact; sense of propriety; ~i|olber 
adv. for decency's sake; /vierter tn (la- 
dies') professor of deportment; /»Aoi a. 
■nb adv. unhesitating(ly); «x/tcgcln flpl. 
rules pi. of etiquette; /^rotf m: a) bei 
BJännetn: dreSS-Coat; b) bei Stauen: petti- 
coat; /viibungen flpl. lessons pi. in de- 
portment; ^Bififc /■ = .^bejucb; ~tt)tbii9 
a. improj'er; unbecoming; indecent. 

on-ftQpeln (^-^) @,d. sep. I vja. (polj k. : 
to pile (or store) up. — ll F vIn. ijn) ^, 
ongejiQpdtlommtn to come stalking along. 

an-ftarren (fi»'") vja. ^a.. sep. to 
stare (flätfn: to glare) at. 

on-ffatt ("•^) I prp. (mit gen.) instead 
of, iD lieu of, in the place of; ^ it)rer in 
her Stead. — II cj. .v bafe et font, ^ ju 
[üiiimcn iiibieaU of (i.isj comi.ig. 

an-ftouen (*-") I vja. unb virefl. @a. 
»ep. bal SDaflet .v to dam up ...; boS Sffiaflct 
jiaut ii(6 on ... is rising. — II 31/x/ «fee. 
tnb Mn-ftouunfl f % swell (of water). 

on-ftQuncn (^-") vja. @ a. sep. to gaze 
(or starej at; to look wonderingly at. 

an-ftaunrnf'torrl (^-"'-), «toiirbig (,J"'') 
a. ^b. astonishing, amazing, wonderful. 

an-fitil)tn (^''") I via. ^d. sep. 1. to 
prick. — 2. (anttf(4tn) ein &n§ ~ to broach 
(or tap) ...; tai Sob iff ongcfloc^en ... on 
tap; pair It. .„ to cut into ... — II 9l~ 
n ^c. 3. prick, puncture. — 4. = Stn-flicfe. 

an-p'tf'... («''...) in sden. j93.: ~oiniel 
m slam-sleeve; ~bo^rer © m first bit; 
~nQbfl / pin (= £tcd-nQbc(J. 

on-pencn i"") I vja. fea. sep. 1. ssn. 
»CI «. Bft : to pin on, to fasten (with pins). 
— 2. ben Seaen ^ to gird on ...; e-n Sing ^ 
to put on ... — 3. (onjfinben) rin £iil)t jc. : to 

light; bQ§ ^Qu§ .V to set the house on 
fire; e-n SBaib It. .V, to fire ... — 4. j-n mil 
i-i ftiontb»it «, to infect a p. with ...; OU' 
gejieclt roerten to catch a disease, to take 
an infection; /?</. IukS tifilttltn einf!u6 : to 
contaminate a p. by ... ; imd, »ifi ; to poison. 



to taint. — II ~b p.pr. unb a. ^b. in- 
fectious, contagious ; poisonous ; bie atolcia 
ifi.«,b, ou*: ...catching.— Ill 9I~ »! fee. 
(act of) pinning on, dc. ; f. 1 u. %n-ftcdiing. 

Sln-ftedung ("^^") f @ wed. infection, 
contagion; taint; bcr ^ mctircnb anticon- 
tagious, projihylactic ; ßg. ber .„ ä*'gfi"fl'i* 
contflniinable;tveit)in.v uninfected; clean. 

2ln-ffrtfiin9&'... (*''"...) med. in Sflfln, 
jffl. : /wfnl)igfcit f contagiousness; /N-gtft 
n, /wftofi tn (an* ßg.) contagious matter; 
virus; CO effluvium, miasma; »on ^ftoffen 
befreien to disinfect. 

on-flcl)c« (^-") vIn. (\). u. fn) C^t. sep. 
1. meift: to be contiguous, stand close to; 
.vb: a) (n54fitfinftie) next; b) ^ contiguous. 
— 2. hunt, to take up one's stand; \. 9ln« 
flonb 4. — 3. ^ (ju Sage ttclen) to crop 
out. — 4. (fln8cl(*rieben fteben) et. ftef)l no^ 
im 6c6ulbbud)e an a debt is still on the 
books or still due; ton e-a Inmine: to be 
fixed for. — 6. a) »on aieibem: ber Sod flef)t 
bir gut an ... fits you well; b) fig. e§ 
njürbe bir libel ^ ju ... it would be unbe- 
coming of you to...; e§ ftcl)t H)t aUe§ gut on 
she has a nice (or graceful) way of doing 
things. — 6. \ (antieten) to enter (a ser- 
vice), to join (a party). — 7. (ecnebm fein) 
j-m ^ to suit (or please) a p.("s taste); 
ba§ ftc^t mir fdjlitbt on that's not what 
I want or like; boS Cou§ ttürbe mir tt)ol)I -», 
F... would be just the thing for me. — 
8. (fi* bcrjügem) to be delayed, deferred; 
longe .», to hang fire ; e§ mirb lange -v bi§ ... 
it will he a long time before...; ~ laffen 
to put off, to postpone. — 9. (Wwanfen) 
to waver; icb ftelje an, c§ ju tjun 1 feel in 
doubt whether to do it or not. 

Dn-fteigen (■"-") I v/n. ( fn) @o. sep. I. ton 
aJienWen «.: to ascend, mount; angcflicgcn 
fomnien to stalk along; T fig. mit et. enge- 
fticgen tommen to broach a subject. — 2.60» 
»oben: to rise, slope; fteil .^b steep; .v,be§ 
AU'ib high-neck dress. — 3. (nnwaftlen) bom 
aPflfiet !c.: to increase. — II 91<v. n @)c. u. 
91n-fteigung f % ascent; slope; rise (of 
the ground or the water). [ment.l 

on-flcUbor 1"''^-) a. ^b. fit for appoint-/ 

on-ftcUen (^^) ^a. sep. I via. 1. j-n 
ju ct. .V to appoint (or employ) a p. to do a 
th. ; hunt, bie Sreibcr ~ to post (or place) 
the beaters. — 2. (mit einem Slmte bcUeibcn) 
to put a p. in a place, to give him an 
appointment; (einlegen) to install; onge- 
fteül fein to be in a situation, Fin a berth ; 
angefteüt hjerbcn to find (or obtain, Fget) 
employment; nid)t angeftcHt out of em- 
ployment. — 3. (anltcrben) to engage, to 
hire; folfc^e Sf"9fn ~ to suborn false 
witnesses. — 4. (»etonflatten) eine Soßb ic. : 
to arrange, to set on foot; ffictvndjtungen 
über et. .x, to reflect on a th.; cine illage ^ 
= an-flrcngen 2; eine Unterfiidiung liber 
et. n.. to inquire into a th. ; eimn 23ergleii^ 
^ to institute a comparison; ttiie ^ufl tu 
bü§ angeftilltr' how did you manage itV; 
n)a§ l)afl bu ongcfleÜtV F wliat have you 
been up toV; id; weife nic^t mie itb e§ .v, fed 
... how to set to work. — II fid) ~ virefl. 
5. (bgi- 1) to post (or place) o.s. — 6. (i:8i.4) 
fi(b (iin)gcjd)idt ,.. to go to work cleverly 
(clumsily). — 7. fid) fromm jc. .^ (aebatbcn) 
to aflect an air of piety, &c.; fid) iämmer= 
licb ^ to cut a sorry figure; fit^ ^ al§ ob 
(ob. olä ttienn) ... to behave (or pietend) as 
if... - III 3l~ n fec.u. SUi-fleUiing f @ 
8. placing; (emmnunfll appointment; (gin. 
fctung) insl allation.— 9. nut 5l~ung (ScUeJ : 
a) an Seamtei: appointment, post; (liütifre) 
office; b) allgemein: situation; cine gute 
'Ailing toben : F to be in a good berth. 

9ln-fleUtr \ (*^-) m @a. employer. 



on-fifDig (^"'") a. @.b. handy, skilful; 
Sl<v.frtt (*''"-) f @ skill, ability, aptitude. 

SJn-fteDungS'..., o~<... i^'^^...) in m«», 
jS. : /vbrrrd)f igt a. au Seamtei entitled to 
an appointment; «x/fatjig a. qualified for 
a post; »vjiriifunfl faV-a.-. qualifying test; 
(fiiiaBeamn) competitive examination; (flit 
Secret) certificate examination. 

an-ftrnimrn (^*'") vja. unb virefl. @a. 
Sep. (fitt)) ^ to press (with one's feet) 
against, fig. fid) gegen ct. ^ to offer stren- 
uous opposition to..., to set o.s. against... 

on-fleuern (■"-") 4d. sep. I via. ^ bai 
6(6if[ .K. (an§ Cane) to steer ... towards the 
shore.— II p/m. (fn) F~, ongefteuert tommen 
to come ashore, to make for land. 

Sln-ftid) (*>^) w ® 1. e-s Sofies : broach- 
ing; ein frifdjer ^ a fresh tap or cask. — 
2. beg Cbfteg (burt) aoütmet) canker. 

Sln-flid)'... (^>'...) in Sngn. j!8.: «./fofe n 
cask on tap; «v-gelb n (3apfgcib) beer-duty. 

an-fti(t)Cln (*"*") vja, unb vjn. (^.) (g,d. 
sep. 1. (to begin) to stitch. — 2. fig. to 
taunt (by sly allusions); to chaff, to quiz. 

an-ftid!rn (*'*") via. (ga. sep. 1. to add 
embroidery. — 2. to begin to embroider. 

on-fticfeln F('^-") @,d. sep. I via. un* 
virefl. (fid)) ^ to put on boots. — II vjn. 
(fn) oiigcftiefelt fommen to come striding 
up or stalking along. 

^n-ftirg (^-) m ® ascent. 

on-ftitrtn P (^-") via. iga. sep. j-n ^ 
to stare (or glare) at a p. 

on-ftiftcn (•^'^") I via. @b. sep. 1. (mß 
€iilimme8) ^ (betutfadien) to cause, (beibot' 
tufcn) to provoke; (bcföibcrn) to aid or 
abet; er mirb Unbeil ~ he will do (or is 
breeding) mischief. — 2. (anreisen) j-n ju 
et. .«, to set (or egg) a p. on to ..., to in- 
cite a p. to ... ; beimii* : to suborn (false wit- 
nesses). — 3. © (annageln) to peg, to pin. 
— II 31/%, « @c u. 2ln-ftiftun9 f® provo- 
cation; abetment; incitement; instiga- 
tion; machination; subornation. 

Sln-Piftcr (*>*") tn @a,~in/'@ abettor; 
instigator; prime mover or author; pro- 
moter; suborner; (jiabeufüi&tet) ringleader. 

an-ftinimcn ("^>'") I via. ga. sep. 1. J" 

ein 3nftrument: to tune. — 2. J" ein Sieb: to 
intonate; abs.: a) to begin to sing; b) to 
strike up (a tune) ; in bet fiitdje au* : to lead 
(the choir). — 3. fig. (immct roiebcr) bo§ 
olte 5?ieb, bie olte Ceier .^ to be (for ever) 
harping on the same string; einfilogelieb 
.V to break out in lamentations; einen 
onbern Son ^ to change one's tone. — 
II 3l~ n @c. unb 9ln-ftimmung f ® <^ 
intonation. Igroan at a p.^ 

on-ftö^ltfU (•''-") via. @a. sep. j-n ~ to/ 

on-ftoH)ern (^•^'^) vjn. (fn) @,d. sep. an 
et. ~ to stumble against a th.; ongeftoljjert 
tommen to come stumbling along. 

Qn-ftoJ)fcn c^-i") via. ^ a. sep. to cram, 
to stuff with; typ. to fill the balls. 

3ln-fto6 C^-) tn ® \. shock, collision; 
mcifi fig. impulse, impetus; ben erfien ^ ju 
et. geben to start a th., ftstfer: to take the 
initiative in a th. — 2. = 3ln-faÜ 3 unb 
?tn-fcd)lung 2. — 3. (4)emmni8) obstacle; 
ol)ne -v,: a) without a liitch; b) without 
hesitation or stuttering; beim Sefen au4: 
fluently. — 4. fig. (ärgemts) Stein be§ .^e§ 
stumbling-block; ^erregen, geben to give 
(or cause) offence; bei j-m ^ erregen to 
scandalise (or shock) a p.; .^ an et. nehmen 
to take umbrage (or offence) at ... — 5. © 
äBödctei: .V, am SBrote kissing-crust; e(I)neiberei: 
eking or eking-piece; carp, butting-joint. 

3l«-ft0fe«... C^-...) in Sffgn, jS8.; ~nal)t f 

Sdincibetei : rentering; /<.^id)ienc /" © unb X 
artill. head-plate; ~fri)nur f (an ftleibern) 
chain-lace; /N^fd)H)clle A f joint-sleeper. 



I.6.1X): F familiär; P5BoIIMpro(^)t; F (Sauntrjiradjc; \ feilen; t alt (an* geftorben); *neu (aua, geboren); Auniicjjtig; 

= ( 48 ) = 



£ic Qtiittn, bit «bfütjiinfltn unb bit abgtfonbtritn Stnititungtn (®— #) pnb prrn /rf-ri. [iillltO ^•illlll...] 



on-floftenC''*') f*p.«rp. I p/a. I.topuah, 

fttrik<-,kMock(ngairiHt);b.MIdfiT^ to touch 
(orclink)KlaSHe8tuK«thrr; Quf i-(31<of]l^to 
drink a p.'n tii'alt)i; (a. mil km aOrnboom^ t't 
riudtru one imotliur. — 2. O (anHitfrfu) t-t 
IHöl,rt on tint onttrt ^ to join pip«;» to- 
KCtliur; tin GlQcf Sind) on rin anbntl ^ to 
renter. — II vjn.: al It).) ^. to Htriko or 
knock niTHlnst; btb. »on U^eibm: to atuniblo; 
an bit Ul onb «, to touch the wnll. — 4. — 
9(n-fto{{ (|. bf 4) trrtgtn. — 5. (n«(trn) »Hb 
Xfbtn: to hc-sitntc; (noiKm) to stutter; mil 
bti ^S»ng( ~ to sptak tliick. — A. gtgtn 
(fb. ruibti) tt. ^ to offend ngainst. — 7. Ian- 
Itfnjcn) to liordt-T upon. — h) (fn) H. bai Cbfi 
Ifi Qiituflofctn lanbrfidila) ... dnmn^red. — 
1 1 1 ,%.b />.pr. B. a. ^ b. I f. I n. 1 1 ) U. (brn tlnHel 
i»ttiib) impulsive. — 10. — ongitiijtnb (f. 
on-grcnitn II). — IV ?l~ n ftjc. 11. col- 
lision; niit ten diaiein: clinkini;; brim Xibrn : 
hesitation; mit brtSungr: ini|iedini<'iit (ur 
tli!i:kni'ss) of .tpeich, lisp. — 1'2. — on« 
grtnitn III.- l:i. Oe^nobcrri: flnodrawing. 

Qn-ftöj{ifl(«-")a.^l).olinoxious, flatter: 
■hocking, Hcnndiilous; ftri C(r: offensive; 
(I4lii»lrl8) slippery: tr faiib tS ^ ho was 
shocked or .sitandalised (liy it). 

lMn-ffi)Jiiflftit("-^-)/"4iolinoxiou.sne88, 
•caiidaloustiess; ofTensivencss. 

an-ftral)lrn ('-") via. 5i a. »ep. to shed 
rays d.r to .shine) unon; fig. to beam on. 

an-ftranbtn U/ ('-'") r/«. (In) ei b. tep. 
to run iiground; to be cast ashore. 

on-ftraugtn {'■^^) via. 5i a. »ep. bic vitTbc 
.V to put ... to (the carriage). 

Ilii-fJrtbe.... («-"...) In anon, ^9.•. ~froft 
<Ö f phy». centripetal force. 

an-ftifbru ('-^) eia. srp. I r/n. (I).) 

1. to tend upwards; Ijod) ^ to soar. — 

2. gcgtn tt. .^ to struggle (or strive) against 
a til. — II vja. fj. .V to a.spire to a th. 

«n-nrrirti.... (»•£...) |. «n fliti(ttr.... 

on-llrtirtitii ('-*') vja. i»u. arp. 1. ri 
on tt. .V to rub ... against a th. — 2. O 
BiifrTtl: mit t^injfife ^ to glaze (over). - 
X. O (anmolrn) to paint; ntit (V>TI'>'^ " ^" 
varnish (over); litDtrlid) *, oK: to daub; 
mit Ptimforbt ... to colour; mit !DJo«trlnrbt 
... to liniewHsh ; mit ittr .^ to tar ; mt ife .» : 
a) to paint white; b)(illii4«n) to whitewa.sli. 

— 4. (aiiBri(cn) to niark or underline (n 
pntsagu); oil liobuna: bat mill i(t) bir .v 
you Hhitll rue it; T I'll pay you out for it. 

»In (trfid)fr O («--) <» i^a. (house ) 
paiiit*'r, wliitewn.shor. 

«n-ftrtld)(f r)-... ("-(")...) i« atian. »tt : ^ 
orbfit /^ house painlin(c;,%,biii|rl »■ luush. 

«nffrfiditrri (■*-'-" >. •■'--) f || daub. 

on-flrtiftn («-") vjn. (().) oia. »rp. nn 
tt. .^ to touch (.sllightly, to graze a th. 

«nflrrnrttn (*•*-) ai a. *«•/). Iva. l.(au« 
vhtfl.) (onlponnrn) (In Cf || : to tighten, to 
■trotch; fig.: jtint flrOftt .^. fid) ^ to put 
forth (or to exert) one's ■trength; imifn 
•tin, iDi| - to rack on*'» tifkiii; Obrimdi;ig 
^ to overt«» ; nllt flnlflt ... to »train «very 
nerve; ^b )iir bit llufltn trying to th« ryes 
or to ones «light. - 2. i«t.: tint fllngt 
((intn 'i<ioifiil gtgtn pn ^ to bring an 
action against a p. — 11 fid) ^ vlrtfl. 
to exert o.s. ; fid) ftbtr bit 'Dfulitn. bitflrafit 
^ to over-oxorl (or oYeralraIn) o.a., f to 
overdo It; f fig. fid) .s. (IrilarHj M«) to be 
lilierni, T to come down hiuuKoniely. 

— Ill nn gtflrtngt ;>;.. nnb a. 9*b. in. 
t•nsü(ly);^^^(^)onflfftlfllgtfVllbf:t through 
(Hhe.>r) hard w«irk; oiigcflirnütc "fliifmtrl- 
famtcil close attention, miv. onutftitnnt 
ttibfitcn to plod ,in, Ifiubrnn) tostu>lv liai.l. 

Uii-ftrtnguiifl («^"1 f m applo-niion, 
•xertiou ; burrt) ütvcntt (tig(nt)..by uuitod 
(by one'."i own) enVutj«. 

4» «lHfftn|d)n|t; © 3td)mr; J? «vrgboii. a I'aiitii, «i "' .tn^f, « 1 ^ ; ,. « 

MUJit:iS.4SI>KHS, l>KiTsrii.t:\t:i..HB. = ( 4» ) SS 

Ham» ( .\p ^riit i.-Ai'suAU^ 



on-flrrurn ('■'-) via. f[%. »rp. €üij .^ 
.V i<) sprinkle salt on. 
fln-ftrirf) («^) w « 1. ©:a)'- - i 

fhouselpnintini.'; mn nau>ilaib< 

lime-)Wi 

ltHlt.^1 

(coat ofj viiniinli. — - 

Ifl'et: tinge ; dash ; »cn^ 

iiig; fid) t-n g(Icl;rtrn ^ gcbtn to assume a 

larn«.d air; t-m ting tn guttu ^ gtitn 

t«) show a th. ofT to advantage; tinn pt- 

fianttfd)fn .^ bobtn to smack of pedantry. 

— :j. i (9?ojrnnri4) Stroke of the bow. 
on-ftri(frn (^■'■^) via. oi a. »rp. to join 

by knitting; CiiCaittr ... to (new-jfoot.« 
an-flritgrln i*-«) via. sid. »rp. tintm 

^{trbf >it .CQort .w to curry a horse, 
an-ftrbnirn (*-") 9ia. tep. v'.n. (fn) ~, 

angcflrftnit fomuitn to flow towards, »on 

Werit*«n: to tlo« k (or crowd) near; gtgtn 

bal Ulrr .„ to wash (ngainst) ... 

anfiiirffdin («-*") p,o. sia.fd.) »i-p. to 
piei;e on u^, to patch; l»rtiärjetn) to eke 
out; ^n-fliirfrr (*>^") w •««a. patcher. 

«n flurfifl e^i-) n t4a. patch. 

Iln-ftnrtn (•<') m Cii charge, assault; 
rrftir ~ Ifir.st) onset; brunt (of the battle). 

an-fliirnirn ('•'") I r/n. (fn) 5i a. arp. to 
charge, to assault; gtgiii. nibcr. auf tt. .v 
u. via. et. .^ to rush ujion a ih.; (iiiii) i-n .v, 
au4 oft: to lay siige to a p. - II 91»' n 
^c. — Tln-fturm. (shock.! 

tln-ftnri i*"*) m 3t b« f$«inbf, iD»«f«:i 

on-ftiirirn (*<*>') r/n. (fnl 21 c. »rp. ^, 
angtf)iir)t fomnitn to arrive in hot hast«. 

an-ftut{fn ('^") r/n. «u. »fp. 1. to look 
amazo'l at. — 2. (fflrim) to curtail. 

an-ftiit;rn (*^") sic. arp. I r/o. to 
prop. — II fid) ^ vltffl. to lean against. 

«n-|nrt)-... I*-...) f. ?ln-iud)iinge.... 

oniiirtitii (*-") I r/n. (I).) SI a. »ep. 
bti jm um tt. ^ to apply to («>r to solicit) 
a p. for a th.; um Oiionbnii ... to ask for 

...; bfl brr Cbrtattll. onit : to potitinn for. — 

II W~ n ^c, biiB. au« fin fud)iin0 f CI 
application, solicitation; niij (bTtngrn^tt) 
'Ä^ Pon ... at th« (urgent) ronuest of ... 

«n |iid)tr \ ('-") m %a., ^in f f) 
petitioner, applicant. 

«n|ud)iunge)'... ('-(«)...) i« Sfia». i».: 
<v|d)rribfii » | eiiti«>n, requisition. 

»In iub O ('-I m W 84ib. : unguniming. 

an jninuitn (''*~) Jia. »tj>. 1 r,a. j-n .w 
to bu/7. in a p.'s ear. — II fid) ^ vjrefl. 
to accumulate, to sum up; »on «ui^obtn k. 
to run up. -- III r/n. ifu) ^, angtjiimmt 
tommtii to ci>nie huniining along. 

on-fiifttii ('-") r «I. Sic. trp. to iweeten 
(•«4 /■.'/■); c/i»i.: v7 to eiiub'orat«. 

«ntagcniemui <& (—■'") (grdt.l m A 
(•ranrTi««li) antagonism ; flntdgoiiiftl^ -~^ I 
IM w («(«ncr) antagonist; aiilagonifiild) 
(--"^"1 a. >*b. atitaironistic. 

an InTrIn 4 (•'' '1 : d »fp. — ouf fafrin 

an Innirii 1* ' 1 - ■ »<->>. i r/n. I ib.t 

to ilaiici- lit-.t ; to I'l 111 tho I'all. — 2 

an tt. ^ t«i kno. k ;i/tit^"t y 'h. !m (t!^tv 

— 8 ongctanjt foi: 
to flip along; ti> : , , 
II fid) ^ »/ri«/!. fid) l</af I r 
.^ t«i daiic« o H. into a con^ 

«ntrtpptn (*'*~) rlH. (b 
1. on ft. > t» touch a th. In 

tetft: to tap at. — 2. », Olli 

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an-trrrrnC. -1 ,i — -totmr. 

«In tril (<-') m j^ 1. har«; 

f-n » (r!ic(tfn to «-ome in (■ r 'w ■ vhar«; 
(•n glcdlin ^ forftm to ask (for) ooa'a 
half- share; ^ on t r 9tutt it. F whack, 
lot; » on tiiitr rVrm'i hnbfn t« ht put- 
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nthmtn an ... to take an i> - in .„ 

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antif ("-) lll.l a. @b. antique; adv. in 
an antique style ; 'JUe ("--) /"(gl. (fiunfi) 
antique art, (tho) antique. — 2. («uufiiteti) 
aniii|ue work, antiquitv. 

«ntiffii-... ("^-...1 in'sn.jn: ^löön&I"" '" 
dealer in antiquities (F in curios) ; ~l)onö- 
Ilinfl f. ~lnbcil til oft: old curiosity-sho]i; 
»wjüinniliinfl f tolk'Ction of antiquities. 

onlifiiicrrn I — -^) vjn. (^).) unb via. 
ga. to work after an antique pattern. 

antiflinol .S ("— -) Iflrd).! a. ^h.geol. 
■Kb anat. (badjavtiä flfiieiat : /\) anticlinal. 

Slnti-iiibanon (<2".-i">^) npr.m. @ geogr. 
(«etitäf iTT eu'rinil Anti-Lebaiion. 

Slnfillfii ("^'"l upr. fipl. @ geogi: 
(saSfftOntim) .Antilles; f leine ^ Lesser Ant.; 
«^aJJccr n Caribbean Sea. 

Slntilopc (>^--") f @ zo. antelope 
{An'i''oiv); bajugfbötia: antelopinM, ...ne. 

«nliuioii (a \y^-) [or.] «. fludi m ®, 
~iuni l~(>^)") w @ chill., niin. antimony 
(Sb = stibium); mit ~ bcibnnbcn anti- 
moniated ; jiim ~ 9cl)i.ivig antimonial. 

Wntimon-..., ontimoiK.. Ö7 (""-...) in 
Sflgnc/'»i.."'<".:~blfi"sliiglfa'l|~'*lf"^f 
f red antimony (ore); ~bliitf /■ antimony- 
bloom, antimonious acid ; /N..djIori'b n anti- 
mony tri. hloride (SbCl,); ^glo'M "> anli- 
mony trisulphide (Sb, S3) ; ~l)olti8 a. anti- 
monial, antinioniferous ; ~Ojl)'b n oxide of 
antimony (Sb2 0s); ~)OUcr a. antimonic; 
.vjoiircS Salj antimoniate; ~jÖUte f anti- 
monic acid (HjSbO^). 

ontimonig, ontimontid) Qi {'^^-•^) o. (g b. 
chnt., min. antimonious, antimonial; ~c 
Söure antimonious acid (H3SbÜ3); ~' 
foutcS Snlj antimonite. 

9lntimoni)l"ftnlium'tortrot ^ {•^^^■!-= 
•"(")>'="-) n (g cfini. = S3ri4f cinftein. 

?lntiod)i-Q {"""di-"), ...en ("">^d)(^)") 
npr.n. (p geogr. {alie Uir. St.) Antioch(ia). 

Slntipot^if l^"--!) fgrd).| /■© («ifindaunfl) 
antipathy, dislike, aversion. 

Slntipobe (""-^) (grd).] w @ (©egenfüSIer), 
■eiß im pi. ^n antipodes (a. /!(7.) ; oiiti^jobifc^ 
(""-") a. $4b. antipodal, antipodean; fig. 
diamt-trit ally oiposed. 

an-tippcn F I*"'") vja. |Ta. sep. to tap. 

SlntiquQ O (---) |lt.l/"@ 'j/^). Roman; 
~<f often m case of primer; «.,>jd)riit f 
Roman (letters pi. or character), ronian. 

?lntiqUQr("--)|lt.l;«®,a.@l.lSlltettuni8. 

Iran«) antiquary, antiquarian.— 2. (^Sntlei) 
second-band bookseller. 

91ntiquariat ("—(")-) |(t.T n ® second- 
hand b'liik-stall or booklseller's)-shop. 

?lntiqUQriQt&'... ("—(")-...) in Sfisn, jS.: 
<wbutf)t)änbleT m = ^nticiua'r 2; ^.^bud)' 
^onblung f = 9lnlii uario't. 

antiouoriirf) (^--^) |lt.) a. (^b. 1. \ 
»rchffological. — 2. iuS^änbieridS : .x.e§ ?Qger 
sttM k of second-hand books; ein a3u4 ^ 
(Qu|en U> buy ... second-hand. 

ontiquiercii (^--^) |It.| ^la. I vin. (in) 
— Derolten. — II t/a. lobi^ofienl to abolish. 

anfiquitot ("-^-) \U.] f ^ antiquity. 

antiqnilQten-... ('^-"-"...) in 8 Hen, j».: 
~f|änbler »/ deali;r in ant iques or in articles 
of Tirtu; ~laben m old curiosity-shop; 
>v{aininler m collector of curios(ities). 

antiiemit (""--) m % anti-Semite, 
* jew-l/aiter; o^iiif) a. ^b. anii-Semitic. 

ontiiepfijd) Qj [•^■^i^) a.fyh. antiseptic. 

anti-ll)eieO(-"-")|g (fe.|/-©rA.^<.(«fBtn. 
tat) aniiihesis; utiie. the very opposite. 

••~ ontijip... i. onticip... 

tlntlitj («'"J w ® face, countenance; 
j-m m'i ^ («an« "• ... to a p.'s face, fiätfet: in 
»p.'s I ee- h ; .N^ieite /■frontl-sidei, frontage. 

on-toben (^-") vIn. (inj i\ a. sep. ^, an- 
|tlobt tommen to come roaring along. 

Ilnton (^-) npr.m. ^ (son.) Ant(h)ony. 



on-töncn (■"-") vln. (^. unb jn) unb vja. 
@ a. sep. to (begin to) sound. 

9lntOHi-C ("-(")") npr.f. @ «nb @ (SDn.) 
Antonia, Antoinette, dim. Netty. 

Slntoniu^'... ("-(")"..) i« SHan, j».: 
,^feiicr M path. (iRoilauf, ©cMtsroje) St. An- 
thony's fire, m erysipelas. 

Sliitonouinfic <27 ("— -) [grd).! f@rhet. 

(Umldjreiljcn Bon (Siflennamfn) antonomasia. 

9lntoni)tn C? (-"- »ber ^— ) [grdj.J « ® 
(eiitjtecnatfe^tei SBegtiff) antonym. 

on-traben (-»--) y/". (fn) @a. «<>;>. to 
trot; angetrabt timnicn to come at a trot. 

Sm-trng (•^^, 0. ^-) m@\. proposition, 
proposal; pari.: motion; einen ^ ftcUen, 
einbringen to put (or bring forward) a 
motion, to move; einm .v «ntcrftiiljen to 
second a motion; ber ^ ging (fiel) buid) 
the motion was carried (lost); ber ^ tnoib 
(mit finer 61tmmcnmelirlieit Con ...) abgelcljnt 
the motion was rejected (by a majority of...). 

— 2. (8In-etbictfn) offer; eiiiet Samt einen ~ 
jietlen to projiose (or make an otter) to ... 

Qn-trogfii (^-^) ^r.sep. I vja. 1. (iicttci. 
irnacn) to carry up to; ® arch. $u^ an e-e 
Sffianb ^ to plaster ..., acraolberei: SBtottgolb 
^ to lay on gold-leaf. — 2. au* virefi. 
(anbieten) (fid)) ~ to otter (o.s.); mir ift eine 
gleite angetragen niorben 1 havebeen offered 
... — li vln. (1).) ouf et. \, to make a j^ro- 
pos&\ ; pa rl., 4c. to put a motion, to move; 
auf bie SageSovbnung ~ to move the pre- 
vious question; einer Sungfer ^erj unb 
^lanb ~ to make an offer to a spinster. 
' *ilntrttO(§)'... (-^^..., 0. •2-...) in Sfisn, J».: 
/v.forunilo'r n form of application ; /v-fteller 
m proposer; jooW. mover (of a resolution). 

au-traiien ('^-") vja. ^ a. sep. to marry 
to; fid) (dat.) ein TOäbcften ^ laffen to wed 
(or espouse) ... ; angetraut wedded to. 

Qn-treffcji {^'^^) I vja. ^d.sep. to meet 
(or fall ill) with ; acleecntlic^ : to come across; 
jufottie: to chance upon; nid)t anäutreffen 
not to be found. — II 2l~ n @>c, meeting. 

9lM-tlCibC«... (■"--...) in Sflan, 5«.: ~l)Olj 

n wood used for the refining-furnace. 

on-treiben ("''->') ^o.sep. I vja. Let. an 

tt. .V, to drive (or push, Hoat) a th. against ... 

— 2. (feft fdilagen) e-n Jlaael : to drive in ; j-m bcn 
§ut ~ to batter (or crush) in a p.'s hat; 
© SBbtifietei : DU'lfen ^ to drive tbe hoops. 

— 3. (anregen) to incite, stimulate, urge 
on; }iort. ipflanjen ~ to force ... — II vjn. 
4. (in) to come floating, to drift ashore. 

— 5. (Ö.) »on iPflanjen: to begin to shoot. — 
Ill^itijo.pr.u.o. i|ib. impulsive; .x,bci?ra ft 
moving force. — IV 9l~ n @c. unb 9lH> 
trcibung /■© driving, pushing; incitation, 
stimulation; 91^ e-§ 4)utcs diiving in of ... 

9ln-treiber i^-^^) m @a. one who drives, 
&c. ; fig. itistigator; SBettftait: foreman. 

oii-tretcn ('^-") ^l. sep. I vjn. (fn) 
1. F bei j-m .^ to call on a p. — 2. (fi* auf. 
fieiien) to take one's place; jnm Sanjc ^, 
ouiS: to stand up; X to fall in(to line); to 
form (in ranks). — 3. (juerfi gefien) mitbeni 
linfen %u^t .^ to set out with the left foot. 

— II vja. 4. (fefi ftetcn) to stamp down. 

— 5. \ to step up to; j-n .^ to accost a 
p.; raid) tritt ber Scb bcn Wcn[d)en an 
(sen.) death comes upon us unforeseen. 

— 6. fig. ein 9lmt, eine Stelle ~ to enter 
on one's duties, to undertake a place; 
ben S3eroei§ (ber SlCalirlieit) ,^ to produce 
evidence for; cine Grbit^aft ~ to enter on 
an inheritance; fie l)at il)r adjtcS Sa^r on» 
getreten she is just turned seven; bie iKe» 
giernng .vto take the reins of government; 

eine Jlcile ^ to set OUt On ... — 1 II 9l~ fJ @C. 

unb 9(n-tretimQ f @ = 91n-tiitt. 

3tn-tritb (^-) m ® impulse; (Setoeagrunb) 
motive, inducement; /jAi/«. impetus; üu§ 



eigenem .», of one's own accord, spontane- 
ously ; au§ freiem .^ of one's own free will; 
aii§ innerem .„from inclination; anc-natür« 
Iid)cm .V, by instinct; nntfe pIo^(id)cm ~ 
ijanbiin ... on the spur of the moment. 

on-triufcn l'^^'") (|ga. sep. I vfrefl. 
1. fid) (dat.) einen SJtnufct) ^ to get tipsy 
(F fuddled); fid) (Courage ^ to get up 
one's pluck by drinking. — 2. fid) (ace.) 
.s, F to liquor up. — II v/n. (\n) 3. to 
drink first. — III nn-getrunfen p.p. un» 
a. (lib. 4. (betninten) tipsy. — 5. angctruH» 
tenc§ ®ia§ ... iiartly emptied. 

9Ui-tritt (^'^) w @ 1. (i. nn-trcten2) tak- 
ing one's place or stand. — 2. .^ eineJ 
?tmte§ installation; ,^ einer (ärticbaft enter 
ing upon an inheritance; .„ ber Siegiening 
accession to the throne; .^ e-r OJeiie start 
— 3. (crftei Stuftreien) thea., &c. first appear- 
ance, (ir.) debut. — 4. © (6tu(e) first step 
(of a stairca.se); (®4emel4ritl| fViot-sten. 

3lH-lritt8.... (*^...) in sngn: ~oubttn| 
f (fines Odanbten) first audience; ~bejui^ 
m first visit; ~gelb n bejafjlen to pay 
one's footing; »^prebigt f first sermon; 
anfliiianiWe Äit*e: feine -v,prebigt Ijaltcn to 
read o.s. in; /v-rcbc f inaugural speech; 
pari, maiden-speech; /N/fd)maiiä m etwa: 
installation-dinner, inaugural banquet. 

nji-trotfnen (^•!'^) vjn. (fn) (?id. aep. 
1. to begin to dry. — 2. to dry on. 

on-tupfen (''~^") vja. @.a. sep. to touch 
lightly (with a finger, sponge, &c.1. 

an-tu|tf)en (■'>*") via. ®c. sep. to paint 
in (or touch up with) Indian ink. 

Slntlncrpcil (>i"") npr.n. @b. geogr. 
(belflifific qjtoDin} u. Etobt) Antwerp, Anvers. 
Sluttuort ('''^) f@ I. meift: answer, re- 
ply, jur. : rejoinder ; tel. .^ bejoblt reply paid 
(abbr. R. P. ); gleicfe mit einer ^ bet ber 
<Vanb iein ... quick at repartee; auf -», brin- 
gen to insist on an answer; eine ~. geben 
to make reply, to give an answer; er gab 
feine .^ he made no response; til eine ~ 
niitjnnel)mcnV is there an(y) answer?; „, 
f d)icien to send word ; (eine ^ fcfculbig bleiben : 
a) beim (Sjamen : F to floor the paper; b) to 
be never at a loss for an answer; ® in.„ 
auj Cstir @cel)rtc§ replying (or in reply) to 
your favour; bitte um .^ an answer will 
oblige: urn .„tuirb gebeten (aWr.u. 91.10. g.) 
an answer is requested (a. a. i. r.) ; prvb. 
feine ^ ifl ourf) cine .v, ttwo: silence gives 
consent. — 2. eine abid)lögige ^ befrmmen 
to meet with a refusal; leine abfcfelögige 
^ annel)nicn to take no denial; eine be» 
jal)enbe (bcrneinenbe) ~. geben to answer in 
the affirmative (negative); enbgültige .,. 
final answer or decision. — 3. .„ auf bie 
Stjicnrebe address in auswerte theQueen's 
(King's) speech. — 4. Oiebe unb .x, übet etwai 
flel)tii to give an account of ... 

antlnoi-tEH ('^■^'^) vja. unb vj». (t).) @b. 
to answer or (make) reply to; groUeiib .„ 
to retort upon; umgebenb ~ to reply by 
return (of post); an) e-e gvage, c-n 58rief 
.V, to answer a question, a letter; barauf 
läfet fid) ntd)t§ ^ this is unanswerable, 
autwortlid) ® ('^>'") adv. in reply to. 
9lntwort(&)<... (*^...) in sffgn : ~fd)reiben 
n reply ; letter sent in response to ; ~jc^rift 
fi\n. K.: reply; rejoinder. 

9ln. unb Slb.fu^r ® ('^^ "^^)f@ (». pi.) 

Don ©iitern: carriage, conveyance, cartage. 

9ln-unb.|Jür<fid)>fein (J'-^-.-.'a.-) n (?^c. 

phis, etwa: abstract existence, (wed to.^ 

on-»crmiil)lcn (*"-") vja. (ga. sep. to/ 

on-t)crfud)En F \ (*"-^) vja. <?ia. aep. 

einen !Kod ic: to try on, to fit on. 

nn-ocrtrouen (^^-^) via. u. vlreft. @a. 

aep. 1. j-m et. ~ (übergeben) to entrust (or 
commit) a th. to a p.('s care); i* »ill baS 



81«»» (l^* »e« page IX) : F familiar; P vulgar; F flash; \ rare ; t obsolete (died); * new word (born) ; A incorrect; «/scientific; 

= ( 50 ) S5 



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Ainb \(\ntx Cbt)ut ^ ... 
his cliariru «r i;ustii<ly; i-m •<» ^ t<) do- 
pOHit ... with A p.; anbcitiQUKS 0(iit de- 
posit, ([iroju.Tty in) trust. — 2. j-m tt. ^ 
(niitriim) to corifldo a th. to a p.; fi(t) j-m 
.„ to o(i(!n ono'» hoiirt to a p. 

on öfrjoanbt {*-^) I o. Ab. — tKr« 
roanbt (I. m): ti ift mir ^ .. a rclatiye of 
mine. — II ?I-N,f(r) w, ^f f 6*b., a. ~in 
f (it kinsiimn (kinswoman f); butA O't'si: 
roliitioii hjr (imrriai.'e. |rfliif ioiislii(i.l 
?lii Dfrwanbfirtinftl '-•*") /^ 4» l(iiishi|i,/ 
nn-utttrrn (•^^"), F on-OfUtriniitirln 

('■5" — ) ;i (J_ j,,^,. f5(fj ^ virrfl. to llinist 

one's r(im[iiiny on; to curry favour with. 

flniunrt)» ('•'ffe) m « I. growth; iii- 
creaso; mrr/., »r. acrrction; bfi tDaHni: 
risintr. — 2. Ibai «nwaijlrnbt) hort. younfr 
shoots or tree» pi.; (Unlntcli) coppice; (He 
3u(irnb) the risinir ;rt'nerutii>n. 

nn-n)nd)|tn (^•^tj;") I vjn. (|n) ®r. (f. 
madjjcn) ««77. 1. (iBuiiri Itiagm) to take 
root. — 2. (ffllwaililm) to prow to or to- 
gether; to udliere to; on-gtlDOd fttl zn. 
hjite-lionnd; ^ adnato; F fi;/. bit ^S""fl* 
xfi it)r ntdit aiigciDadjIcn she hu.s a voluble 
<6.*. loose) tongue. — 3. (juneiimfn) to in- 
crease, autrment; ^ ztne ^ lafjcn to swell 
... — 4. (aiitwadlfn) to grow up. — II ?l~ 
N 9c. — %n-iDad)S I ; llOucidlaiaicn) Utkiti;.' 
root; (nrrtgdvadjlciilrin) adhesion. 

ait-niil(frlll ('•*-) vjn. ifii) 4id. trp. ^, 
ft tanrn aiigctDQcfdt ... wiiddliiig along. 

«nlUOlt («>') m ® cbrr i\ |. TlöDüfiil; 
(-n ^ annct)ii!(n to retain counsel; ali ~- 
aultrct^n jl'ir ... to np[iciir as counsel for ... 

annnltlid) ('■'") a. ^b. concerning (ur 
relating to) un-inhurK of tlic bar. 

^imualla.... (*•*...) In at1«n. »».: ^gtbii^rrn 
fl/)l. cnunsi I's fee; «wtaninirr ^ tina : the 
Har; the lnns;i/.otCourt; the I aw Society. 

«n-lOQllldjaft («■'-) f »« (otne i>l.) at- 
torneyship; solicitor's profession; (•rvotlrn- 
fAoti) th.' Ititr; a/.vlid) (i. 6«h. — anivaltlitt. 

oil lonljflll*''-) ;ic./»r/). Ilia, l.blrdbc 
^ to roil down ... niih ■ roller. — II e/ri.||)-) 
2. to begin to waltz. — 8. ^, ongftpoljt lorn» 
men to come: a) rolling aloni; ; bl waltzing 
along. I against or on m.l 

nil mii(|fn ('•*") vja. oic trp. to roll! 

ail rooiitriii I'-'") aid. *rp. I f/«.('n) 
.^angtiDonbcli toniincn to come sauntering 
along. — II c,»!. (|nl nnb vja. td toonbcll 
mid) rinr I'aiiiK an I feel in a buuiuur 10; 
ipal tDuiibi'll itiH ünV what is the matter 
with him? If. a. onfummcn (°>). — III fln- 
ttanblrlluiifl f *i uck ss, attaik, lit, tiiK 
'A.iiiiq bun Cliniiiodit a rainting fit; tn 
(inrr Vl.uiig Dun cdjiDdd)c, von (Siobmut 
in n Weak, in n trennuus uionieiit. 

aii-iunnbrrn ['■^^) e/w. (In) 31 d. a*p. tvo 
^ Ob. aiigi'iuiiiibrrl (unimcn toconie tramp- 
ing aluiiK, r to coniu on thanks' |>ony. 

an-roniifru ('-*-) r/n. (|n) ;ia. »</). ^, 
ongrnnintt Iviiiiiirn to comu tottering up. 

on nianiirit i*-'^) via. sia. »r/>. to be- 
gin to lo'iit (III« furnace); •>iii«ff .v to 
tak» th<' < hill off ..., to niull ... 

VIn lunrlrr ('•**') m wa., \ ~in f |4 
roTursloner, ono who has expectations of 
a reversion; heir appiireiit ; ^ )iim «taall» 
bitiifir laiidiilalo lor the citü srrvice, 

fln-i»ailjd)iitt ('''") ft» «ntti«i«a: re- 
verNioii; «ulhitil lut: prospect of; lliin«! 
•ul: claim u>, btl CI VIubN; next presout- 
Ation to. |»ioiiar]r.) 

anninrllitinftliA {**^^] a. *»b. rerer-l 

»In iimlrtif ^('''')/'0 wa«hing(ofüre). 

an luuidjrn [**^) via.^t.nrp. I.ipai««« 
to so.ik ..c sleep .„ — 2. lU »11» ^ liu>it<s) to 
paint (<>t »itslil ... in Indian ink. |niuiNieii.\ 

an-iohflrru \ (*-»') r/a. Sid. **-,ii. io( 



an-ferbrn O ('^^) r/a. ^b. ««|>. tojoin 

(or attac h. fasten) by weavinir. 

anmrbtln ('-•') r/a. :id. «<►/>. 1. »t« 
(>uib<: j n ^ to wag tbo tail at a p. — 

2. (fatbtin) to (cool with a) fan. 
on-nr^rn (*--) I r/a. 91a. arp. 1. j-n, 

ctmaS .« to blow («r breathe) upon; mrnn 
itjn nur tin I'flildrn anmtbt, liegt er |d)on 
ba the least breath of wind knocks him 
down ; fill, mil Ccrn ^audit ber Segeifltrung 
^ to ins|iiru with cntlmsiasm; ee neb' 
mid) l)(intatlid) an it reminds me of home. 
--2. ba« gliinmtnb« I>«utr iu b'Oer ?^Iomn e 
.s. to fan (iipl the embers into a flame. — 

3. 6d,nee'.(;au|en .vljr.kiutm) to drift snow. 
— 4. fi</. «urr I'u'i bot mir'l ongcRxbt ... 
ha.s infected ne with it. — II ttiw n wc. 
breath. fi;i. afflatus; [tn %t»*rt) drifting. 

an »ricbar ('--) a. ^b. assignable. 

?ln-iorife'... (*-"...) i» an««, »•. : ~banf • 
/'lde|i(>8it-)hank. — Sgl. dbA ^n-tpeijungO' .. 

an-nrifrn ('-") r/a. Ooo. ««-;>. 1. iimriira) 
to din-ct or instruct; angcniiefcn |n ju ... 
to hnye orders (or instructions) to ... ; j n 
ju fiBai ^ to put one in the way of... — 
2. j-n mil (-1 Rstbf rung k. on |-n ^ to refer a p. to 
...; a\\\ (Vciiicliit>C'untirjiQI;ung angenucieii 
on the parish ;/iy.tt in au| fid) ongtmieien ... 
dependent on himself; tib bin auf meinen 
l.'obn angemiejen I haro nothmir but my 
wages (to depend upon). — 3. j-m i-n Rang ic. 
^ to assign a th. to a p.; j-m e-n ^Ua^ ^ m 
Zttatri IC. ; to show a p. to his seat; tl @elb 
^•. a) fOr rinc enitc: to appropriate, to set 
apart; b) tiBri$ci|sB: to assign to; j-n auj 
<lar Banl .„ to piiv a p. through ... 

«n-tDfilrr ('--) m i^a., <^in f % 
1. iii-^tnictor, adviser; «.ssi^ner. — 2. .^ 
ber Tläl;e bri tlnrt Stln: steward. |wash.\ 

anmri^rn ('-") vja. 9i.c.«r;>. to white-l 

nn-mrilunn (<-^) /'Ol. («nvTbiaag) 
direction, instruction; (Sr'rti) injunction; 
j-m .V geben, bafe er et. tbun loU tu order 
(or enjoin upon) a p. to do a tb.; id) trtiielt 
^ )U ... I nas instructed to ...; turje .^ 
(vairiiuaj) uiin 8d)a(l{pi(l short guide t<> 

chess. — 2. ^ llri« 9la|ft: allocation, tlnct 

Babiang: aHsigiwiicnt, draft; <» money- 
order ({. (^elb*. ^oft-^); ^ (&btm«aii<|l e-r 
€dnlb transfer of a debt to; 9 ^ oui 
Crbre dul ben Onbober lautenb) Idll lor 
chei|ue) to order (to bearer). — 8. X bol 
(^r) bat gute ^ the ore is openinir out well. 

«lii-niriinnni«... • ('-'*'..) u an«». iv. : 
<«.bllit| fi cheijuu-hook; ^fd)tin, ~|rtttl m 
dnift. — »ji. «u« 'An loeiie-... 

an-mrnbbar ('■*-) a. »»h v able 

to. aviiiliihle for; («■lt»|ib«i) ' , rac- 

tiiahle; allgemein ^ oT geiiaial laiittf : of 
universal) a|pli>aiion; ba« ifl au^ bid 
.^ it applies (or hold» good) also m ihis 
ra««; »t^frit {**—) f «# apilicablena»»; 
fuusiliilitv, practu-nlileneaa, adaptability. 

ail nrnbrn i'-^^l r/a. »d. »rp. 1. el. tu 
ii. -. to employ (ur use) a th. for ...; feme 
iUäfle ^ tu oiort o.a.; üJtQbe bei «■•• « 
to tikko ptiiiis with ...; Iniit 5mi h gut « 
to make good Use of ...; et. nu|li4) , to 
tmn a lli. to good account; HiinOtt « to 
waste; Obel (a. lalldtl ~ to misapply, ba« 
ifi bei iinl IdjUtbt ungemonM F it «on't do 
w th ur; F Dudr l*fi») tunn t^ niftl . I 
cannot afford more. — 2. •<■• lt«fi ~ to 
apply ... to; fid) ^ loHen to !•• appluald« 
lo; ongeniiuibie «|««i( ei| enmvntaj ..., an* 
geiviin>'>te «if**t(ii« t«. appli<^ ...; pkit. •«• 
lienaiiMer 'i'egiift conciote notion. 

lln-ttienbnnDl^-'^) /M I employment, 
us«; )ui [tn ml .. brngen t» put into 
practii«. — 2. |r«|i>taM «nil appluati' n. 
« fnben, jut .. ttmnien tv ' 
to a| ply to .; »«Ti>%H* .. 11 



II 



— 11 r 1 



. »rp. I < /a. i-H 

out» at a p. -- 



■■-»rrbrn <'■' 
um ftwt* ^ ' 
(b>. ii) to en • . • 

Ziairni ..„ to levy l<.r r.% 
to tak» serrice «'(!<, t' . . 
— Ill V/v n M*". ■ Vn »ei 

» .■ .1 •■■ .t.t;-»-.!! -. :■■ 

IV Hn-aeiiL 



an mrrfrn I •/<•. (|.) 

to bare first Ihrw* -II • 1 " »! 

t'. flinjr r»(fain.st a tb.; O o»>-'' j 1 ^n 

ns ^. etne 5i'i.nb r ■ «to 

I wall; Fr.iea tfrf ^ > . jH .- 

— Ill W/^ fi i*c. — Hn mmi. 
Vn-mrfrn i'--) n «ab. l«t««taa)MtAtc. 
an meirnb I'-'i ^t>. I a. present. — 

II 1U,f(r) »», B-vt f i^'-- •■ ".--'.' s.- 
'A^en those present, c 
pi.; prrb. bie H^en i.n 
J.r.■^elll company al<».> 

Än-tefien^fili'--- 
atteiidaioo; '«/«•orrirKt;. 

an-nrttrrn (*'-) aid 
« to thunder (or bawl 
II in. (In) auf i-n ~ to r 

on-nr^en ('^-l r/a. )ic • , .. ,: 
an rtaai ^ to trrind .^ to a point. 

on mibrrn i^-") r/a., »«§•. •■« »Im. (^) 
31 d »rp. I-n, «Mw. i-m .. — on eltlu. 

an-niefirrn ('-») r/a. ^d. trp. to 
neigh at. 

an-uimmrin i**^) < ■ ' ' ;-u « 

to adilress a p. in a » 

an-ninfrn l*"^) r/a. ;i..u *./ 1 \u 
^ to beckon to a p — 2 4- e-n 51" , 
to ea-se u(T ■ 
sails and jil' 

on miiileliii"-- 1 - ii.«<-;>.».an-irimirern. 

on Dirtcn i^-'-J ;ia. ttp. I \ r;»t. iD.) 
gegen el. ... tostrivelorwoikjacaiiutat^. 

— II O r a. — on »tbtn. 

an niutinrn i*-^) r/n. ib-) ^m.trp. t-», 
!•■ Oialk It ~ to live neit t4> (or cloae by) ._ 

ttnDolinrr ('-^'l m «la., ^in f M 

or, b;e « be! "!'■ - d« 

. .^(diflff ("-- k-h- 

bouilx" ' eincft ()iui)<l, «4i r.ier- 

side dw. ^ |tr:'«l 

flnmiidio I'-lB Hb '' 

on nunldirii l*"'~) I 
et. « tu wish a person »>■■ 

— II lU. n Que. lib lln-ir , »t 

wisbting); »•■ rt. M'ta: ID 

«nwurf (*■») m » 1 I •-< 

throw; jyiilj but ben « Kr. 

— 2 fi;t. t»«i »I UiinV 



aries ;W ; en » maX 
- :: fM«) O» 

ro' . !»«•*. («- 

ditioual «II ■' 
ing, li4»:" 
(I turf*«- ■ 

on kiu, i.:: . 

aniDUtirlii (*•*-) ' 
}i d »<;■ (irt« •■■ 
(T fliinS n-.e 

ri>Oti J to ihr ; 



I I 



) f 



lln labt 

flt ' 

(Ol 

rll tijt'ji '• I ■ ■ 
Uir j|fl> tv.tii n A .- 

par t , 10 111 . 
an lablrn 
pay on ai count 
lalluai f tu paji:- 
iuat«lnii<nt. 



Iw boa) - - 



lb« best ^ 

M («IM rJ ) atinUr. 



1 1 



I«- 



O machiiiei) , ^ minii... 



» uiaiiua. 



V ^p^iAl. A rail««! ; / 1 






T 



f 5ltl-l(l... 5lJ)fCl=»««] Subjlnnt. SScrbo rmb >""[' mir gegeben, menn fie nid)t act (oi>. actiou) of... ob. ...ing lauten. 



(augtnl to get (ftSttet: to extort) money 
from a p.. (austcu-iil to pump a p. dry. 

an-jaubcni (•'-") via. ?,id. sep. \-n ^, 
to fascinate a p.; i-m tt. ^ to bewitch a 
p. with .... angezaubert spell-bound. 

ait-3äitmrn (*-") vja. qTa. spp. einSfeti) 
.V to bridle .... to put a bridle on ... 

«n-jf id|f n t^-") n Co b. aOg. : mark, sign ; 
(»inteutuiifl) indication; (Vet\!clt) path., «c. 
symptom; ('isotbebeuinn.i) omen; ein fidjevcS 
.^ a sure sign; lucun nid)t otic ~ trügen un- 
less we are greatly mistaken or deceived. 

an-]cid)iicn (''^-^) vja. ci d. sep. to mark. 

Sln-jeigc (''-") f@ 1. intimation, (Jfunbe) 
intelligence; ~ öe§ SBerteS declaration of 
value; amtliAc ^ notification; briejlidie ~ 
advice; gcrid)t(id)e ^ legal notice; öiteut= 
lid)e .V, advertisement; telegrinil)ifd)e ^tele- 
gram; Don ft. ~ mad)cu to give notice of (or 
information about) ... — 2. (-anfünbiaunG) 
(public) announcement; (Wenome) putt'. 

«In-jcige-... (^-"...) in snan, js.: ~nint 
n intelligence-office; ~beWci8 m circum- 
stantial evidence ; ~blntt h advertisement- 
sheet; abrief m circular (letter). 

Olt-jeigeil ('^-") ®a. sep. ly/o. (onbculfn) 
to indicate; (antfinbifltn) to announce; (hinb. 
gfhn) to notify; in Seituugm: to advertise; 
bin aBert .X, to declare the value of; Un 
Smpiavi: to acknowledge (receipt of); ixi^ 
jcigt nid)tÄ @ute§ an this augurs evil, it's 
a bad sign or omen; j-m et. ~ to advise 
(or apprise, inform, acquaint) a p. of a 
th.; man unrb e§ mir ^ I shall be told of 
it; j-n tei &n\i)t ^ to inform against a p., 
ftätht: to denounce a p.; j-m et. ^ lajjen 
to send word to a p.; © $reife: to quote. 

— II |ii^ -. vjrefl. to nifike o.s. known. 

— Ill ^t) p.pr. utib a. (gib. indicative of; 
^bc§ giirroovt demonstrative pronoun. — 
IV on-gejeigt p.^. u. a. ^ b. manifested, in- 
dicated; el ifl angejeigt (tatfom) |o 311 'öanbcin 
it is expedient (or advisable) to ... — 
Wi>^ n @c. unb Sln-jeigung f ® (\. I), 
I», e-s aSotbei information about a munler; 
# berfreiie: quotation; »gi. ou* 9ln-jeigc. 

Slu-jeiger(^-^")»i@a. 1. (a.~i«f@)in- 
dicator ; t-8 SertrccSfnS : infonner. — 2. (3ct. 
tutig) Intelligencer, Advertiser, &c. — 3.© 
mech. pointer. - 4. math, index, exponent. 

on-jettein (^>'") Ivja.^A.sep. 1. © 

SBettrei : to warp. — 2. ßg, ft SöetWteötung ic. : 
to frame, hatch, contrive. — II ?l^ n 
@c. unb SIn-jtttelung f@. Su 1 : warping. 

— 3u 2: iig. intrigue, hatching of plots. 
«n-jeltler (^^i") »« #a., ~tn f® 1. 

BDfbetfi : warper. — 2. iig. plotter. 

«n-jie^'... (^-...) inSflan, »99.: ~iiiugfel 
111 anat.: iQ adductor, adducent muscle. 

on-iie^bor (*--) a. %h. magnetif* k.: 
attractable; Si^feitf @ attractableuess. 

an-]ie^en (^-") ^f. aep. I via. 1. auis 
p/j-e/l. ftltib«: to put on, F to don; 6lteW 
... to pull on ... ; i^aftia : to slip (or throw) on ; 
pd) .V, to dress (o.s.); fid) fein, fcbmiirf .s,, 
•n«: F to smarten o.s. up; j-m feintn iRod .», 
(belfen) to help a p. on with ...; anbere 
flleiiet .„ to change one's clothes; bieiei 
«cd ifl no(b onju^ie^cn ... can still be worn ; 
F ten bunleu iHod ... (eoibai wttben), etwa: 
to don the red coat, to enlist; f,g. bill. 
einen neuen iDlenidien .v to put on the new 
man; roarm ongejogeu warmly clad; gut 
ongtjogcn well dressed. — 2. (m SBeroeeuna 
»n«n) be Ölode -.. to pull (fiötf«: to tug atj 
the boll ; ton $fnten : ben SBaaen ~ (to begin) 
to draw (or to pull) ... — 'A. (onlponncn) ein 
eeil: to stretch; eine ertaube: to tighten, 
to drive home; bic 309«' ~ to draw in (or 
to pull hard at) the reins. — 4. \ du. 
(■■•ra|ie(tn] tie Siitnien : to draw together. — 
6. Me H61 .V ( jBii'ben) to close ..., to d raw... to. 



— 6. (ctt* vjn.) : a) (in fi* iWn) to draw in, 
to absorb; to imbibe; btn (SeruiS son ct. ~ to 
become impregnated with the smelt of...; 
b) (an ft* jieien) maaneli'* it.: to attract; 
(inlercirieicn ; ant. ab-^ofecn) to engage.intcr- 
est; ton Sdöauftüden : to draw; c) bcn ?ltem 
.^ to hold one's breath; ton ber fumije: to 
suck (or draw up) the water. — 7. (gtol. 
jic^cn) SBiffi : to rear, breed ; SBäume : to grow, 
raise; Slvbcitcr .^ (aulbilbcn) to train (or in- 
struct) ... — 8. iig. eine ©djiiftftcoe ~ to 
quote, cite; bie angebogenen gälle the 
examples mentioned. — II tj/re/?. 9. f. 1. 

— Ill t'/«-: »)(().): 10. f. 6;baSSot}äic()t 
nn (wirb feu(*i)... is getting damp.— 11.6*04. 
ipicl : to move first. — 12. (anfang™ äu Wirten, 
oui* impers.) to take effect; bom SRärtel: to 
bind; bon 9läaeln: to clinch; bom Beim: to 
stick; F c§ jiel)t nid)t§ bei ii)iii nn it's all 
lost upon him; ® bic «preifc jieljcn an (fteigcn) 
... are rising, hardening. — 13. bie fiältc 
(bn§ üöctttr ober c§) jtcljt on it is getting 
colder or sharper. — b) (fn) : 14. .v, ongejogen 
tommen to arrive; ton itutipcn: to come 
marching; F iig. mit et. angcaogcn tommen 
to bring a matter forward, to talk about 
it. — 15. (ben Sienfl antreten) to enter service 
or a place. — IV ~b p.pr. unb a. @b. 
10. in bcn Seb. bes ini. — 17. attractive, 
toeits. interesting; uic^t Jt) uninviting; tool 
?(^be einer Sai*c the charm of ... — 18. med. 
(äulammenäiefienb) astringent. — V 9t~ « (§)C., 
j<8. ber fficibuna : putting (or pulling) on; fie 
ift nirfjt fertig mit (bem) "H.^ she has not 
finished dressing; # ber sprciie: rise, har- 
dening; 91.», In cine SBoi^nuna installation; 9l~ 
ton lienftbottn going into Service. — «a'- o"* 
?ln-äie()uug unb %n-3ug 3, 4, 5. 

3ln-jie^er ('^-") m @a. 1. (mw. a. ~iit 
f @) («tnilcibcr) dresser. — 2. <27 anat. = 
9lnäie()'mu§tel.-3.(®crät)fiir©ebuie!c.; shoe- 
horn, boot-hook ; für ftnBvte : button-hook. 

Sln-aie^nng ('''-")/'@Mysattraction, bet 
(Srbe : gravitation ; e-t S^riftfieHc : quotation. 

9ln-jte^un9§'... ('''-"...) in StfS"- Imcirt: 
... of attraction, jS. ~frci§ mphys. sphere 
of attraction; ^^m'^ >» point (or centre) 
of attraction. — II asib. afäüe: ~froft f, 
»./beriuögen « power of attraction, attrac- 
tive force; ~iiut8fcl m = 9ln-3ie!)=mu§fel. 

an-3if(^e(l)n ('^>^") via. @c.(d.) sep. j-n 
^ to hiss at a p.; to whisper to a p. 

on-jottein F c^''»^) vjn. (fn) ig,d. sep.: 
fie tamen ongejottclt: F... toddling along. 

9tn-3Ud)t (^■^] i® [Qn-3tel)en 7J »onSict): 
breeding; bon iCflanjen: growing. 

9ln-SUg (^^ ober "^-) m ® 1. (SeHeibuna) 
attire, clothing; (ooÜftänbiger) .», suit (of 
clothes) ; für gfrauen: costume; ein jmciter ^ 
sum SBeiStein a change of clothes; in »otiem 
^t in full-dress. — 2. (©nmitur) ein .^Spiljcn 
a set of lace. — 3. (ainriid en) approach ; iin 
.^e fein to draw near, ton eae^cn: to be in 
preparation, b. ©ereitier: to be brewing or 
gathering; F 'S ift etiuoS im .».e there's s.th. 
in the wind. — 4. (eintritt) going into ser- 
vice.— 5.64a*fpiei: (etfter Sua) openingmove. 

on-jiiglid) (*-") a. (g/b. suggestive, 
pointed, offensive; -„ toerbcn to become 
personal; .^e S))ebcn§art insinuation; ^.er 
Scfeer} cutting (or pointed) joke. 

3lii-jÜ9lit^teit(^-"-)/'@suggestiveness, 
offensiveness ; personality; pointedness; 
ou* = anaüg(id)c Mcbenäart (f. ou-äüglid)). 

9(ll-aUÖ«f.... (^-5... ober >2-^...) in Sfifln, 8»- : 
~foften pl. expenses: a) for dress, b) for 
removal; /N/tog m day of entering service. 

on-aiinbcn (^>'") (^b. sep. I vja. ein 
fii^t ic. : to light; ift "bal ®a§ ongeaiinbet? 
is the gas alight?; (in fflranb ftcden) to set 
on fire, to ignite; miebcr .v to rekindle. — 
II 91^., n @c. lighting; ignition. 



3ln-aüitber (^'^^) m @a. 1. (aue^ ~in/"@) 

lamplighter. - 2. (Stanae rait Spivituäflammeaum 
©aSanjiinben) lamplighter's rod ;i. a. 3fci'Ct=~. 

an-au})fen \ {'^•^^) vja. &,&. sep. j-n ~ 
to pluck (or pull) a p. (by the sleeve). 

an-atoöngen ('^■^'^) vja. Ci a. sep. to force 
on, to squeeze (or press) on tightly. 

an-attiecfen © ("^^") vja. &a. sep. to 
fasten with hobnails; to nail (or tack) on. 

an-j»üctfe(n (•2-") vja. @,A.sep. to doubt. 

on-atoirnen © (*^") vja. @a. sep. to 
twist to or on. [Oder.'i 

o/C. ahbi\ für „nn ber Ober" on the/ 

äofier (--(")") m @a., ~in i @ .Solian. 

Sioliliilc -27 (— vi^.) [grc^.] i @ phys. 
(siHtc^fSambe) aeolipile, »olipyle. 

doUfrfj (--") [grcfe.] a. igib. .Eolian, 
.Eolic; -.it 5DiaIett, 9i[~ n inv. oft: Jlolic. 

äoI8'... (-^"...) in Snsn, j!8. : ^^Otfe o' f 
(SBinb^arfe) .Solian harp or lyre. 

SioIuS (-"") npr.m. @, poet, äol (-") 
@ myth. (®ott ber 2Dinbc) .Eolus. 

9ion (--) Igrd).] m @ (sroelt niter), bfb. pl. 
.N-cn (--") «on; .^en lang eternal. 

9lorift (""'^) Igr^.f m @ gr. aorist. 

aiorto !Q ("•^") Igrd).] f @ anal. (groSc 
spuliaber) aorta ; (baju eebörig) aortic. 

9lorteu-... (•^■2"...) in Sifan, J»- = ~f ammcr f 
an. (untere ©etjfammet) Ventricle of the heart. 

nimgogifd) la ("«-") Igrc^.] a. @b. apa- 
gogical; ^er !Btlüei§ {rcdu'ctio <(il <i'- 
su'rdunt) apagogical (or indirect) proof. 

2H)aIod)cn (•^^lä't-fd)«) npr. mlpl. ®: 
a) (®ebirgc) Ap(p)alachian Mountains. Alle- 
ghanies; b) (gnbianetftamm) Äp(p)alaches. 

Stpnitogc (""nä'-Q'') Lfr.f i ® (im gürften 
gewährtes ginfommen) civil list; royal grant. 

opavt (^'^) Ifr.l a. @h. singular, odd; 
Tie ^at ctma§ 9l.ve§ (nn fid)) ... something 
out of the common ; aud) adv. apart. 

Sl^jorte (""-) [It. a parte: bciieite] n (^ 
thea. (et. beiicite ©eibrod^cnei) an aside. 

9t))artciuent f. ^Ippnrtemcnt. 

Stpat^te (^"-) Igrd).] i @ (stumbfiinu) 
apathy; atKlt^ifdj (^'-^j a. (gb. apathetic. 

SHJOtit C7 (""-) [grd).] m ® min. {p^os- 
p^ox^nxtx ftait) apatite, phosphorite. 

91peunineil (-^^v') npr. mlpl. ®&.geogr. 
(iiai. ©ebirgäfette) Apennines pl. 

9ll)fcl (^^) m @a. 1. apple; »o^funft: 
in Setg gcbarfeuer ~. apple turnover; iig.: 
in bcn fouren .^ beiBcn (mflffcn) to (have 
to) swallow a bitter pill, to make a vir- 
tue of necessity; c§ tonnte tein ^ a'"^ S'^^f 
fallen (fo grofe war baS ©ebränae) one might 
have walked over their heads; pr w5. ber 
.X- föHt nid)t weit Dom Stnmm like father, 
like son; he's a chip of the old block; ~. 
berStnietrn^t apple of discord. — 2.(tunbet 
gied bei ÜJferbcn) dapple; bet. .^^ft^iinmel. 

9H)fel«..., OVfel.... (^"...) inSfifln. Imcifl: 
apple-... (f. M. I). — II Seifpiele ju I unb 
bib. gfäUe: ^ottig ^ a. pomaceous; ^ötl^er 
<27 m chm. malic ether; ^auflouf m ettta: 
apple-puflf; ~6aum ^ m apple-tree {Pirus 
malus); (wilbtr) crab-tree; ~blet^ n apple- 
roaster; ~blüte f apple-blossom ; abrann 
a. dapple-bay; <^bi"ci m apple-sauce; /%<• 
born^>«crab-tree;~erHte/'apple-harvest; 
«./folbcr m dapple light-bay horse ; -x/för> 
Mlig a. apple-shaped;~frQUf apple- woman; 
~gel)öufe w apple-core ; ~grou a. dapple- 
gray; ~9iJeb8 m = .»,9cl)äuic; ^%xxm a. 
apple-green ; .%>Iaiumcr /'apple-loft; ,^fIofe 
m apple-dumpling or pudding; ~fra})fcn 
m apple-fritter; ~fud)en m apple-tart; 
^moftw new cider; «v^oftetf f apple-pie; 
~quitte ^ f apple- (or English) quince; 
«..fontr n ehm.: tO malic, sorbic; .».fnurc^ 
©nIjnialate,sorbate;-v.frf)inimeIw! dapple- 
gray horse; ~ft^Hitte i, ~ftf|Hii5 m dried 



Stii^tn 



1. 6. IX) : F familiär ; P SßolfSfproc^e; F ©ounerfbradje ; \ feiten ; t alt (au* geftorben) 

= ( 52 ) = 



' neu (au* geboren); /+ unrid)tig; 



Xit 3< f^)«", bif ^bfDrjunfltti un6 bit atgtfonfitrtfn Semerfuiigm (Ä — •) |inb ocm «rfWrt | ilpTCl... 4ir(ll | 



apple-chip (Brin <■ pt.) ; »».firi^rr tu 
<oit.'r; ~Wifl m xfjilk of nn iipplf;; '^tortt 
^— ^fudjtn; -^Iraflfnb a.: (O ('Oniiftfrous; 
^torin m ri(J. r ; fs,\ot\n-'i^xt\\t f c\i\iT-\>ren». 
apf(nliil)t, opfitjlio (^(■')") a. Sib. 

con 9fribrn: diip|il<;d. forariK'«'.) 

«pif Kinf * I""-") f « (China-, sweet-)/ 

flpirlfinrn'... (""^-...) in »f-iM« »ftn: 
oriiii),'c-..., 4». .^baiim ^ m orantfe-treo 
(C'i7»-«j »<«»'«»(»); »vffrii m oranif'-pip; »»^ 
fdjnlf /■oranK''-p«fl. 

41pl)ärcf( 07 ("f--'"') Iflrii).] ^8 surg. 
utib 7r. (Ji'fo.iiallinf) apliiErfRis. 

«pljoricm Qj ("("•')), <»<ua (-f>^-) (grd).] 
m #b (7riir<ftii4) aplinrism; apf)oriftii(4 
("f*"*") a. i>ili.unb orff. aphorisli' (nil) I. 

Wpljrit '»("|-Jlgr(l).|m « »ii>i.(eit«u»- 
!air) nplirite. |l4iraniin) nplitli:p.| 

UlptitlKii » (•'It") (9r(t).l/)/./-rt/>(.(«uiib./ 

aplniinlifrf) o ("--") (flrd).] a. §«,b. 
o/j/. (otnt fpt^Ti'lf VbirfidiOBg) Hplniiatic. 

B9" aplniiirrrn f. npplanicrcii. 

Diplom Tj ('^- j I ßrcij.l m i« min. nploni'\ 

npobi(tild) n ("^'■'>') Igrdj.l a. ^b. »b 
«(/'•. (iinuin(ic6ii(t) apodictii(ftlly). 

»Ipotnlnpjt -J? ( — >*") larit-l / « hiil. 
(cnenb^irung) apiicitlypse; aporall)pti|d) a. 
ChIi. ft['oiiilyiiti<'(nl). 

«pofriiphfii «7 ("»'■if«') [flttt.l p/. ®b. 
''iVy/. (».Sf.iiiiAtiiiin) (the) apocryplin pi.; 
apofri)pl)(i|d)) (""-|(")o.6*b. apocryplin). 

«poll (">*) *t, ^0 (">*-) M n/>;-. wi. 
»<y</i. («oit b(t ffOnfit tc.) Apollo; a/s/ittild) 
(^"-") u. 04 li. A|(illiii>', Apollinie. 

«polofl ^ (— ') I flrd). I »I ^ «nk ©ft. 
(l'r(>i<abrt, «IcIAnIt) apiilogrue. 

'ilpolonrt (O [ — -) Ifltd).] m O (cuiti. 
bia»t) iiiii)lo(»ist; <N,if ("-"-") ^ i4 ajiolo- 
K'tli.s; a~\\A\ II. $ib. apolo^eticlal). 

Wpoloflif O ("""-') I flrd). I /• |# «r» © 
<e«ui)i«Tli) npolopy; .«. btS So'frnlcl A|0- 
loiry of S. I (eAiaanfiflr ttit) npoplft-iii-.) 

npoplff(i|rt)C7l"""*")|flrd).|a.i3*b./Ki/A.j 

'ilpolfptbin a (v— '-') I grd). I « ^ (aU< 
/)/,) c/i»i. ii|)<isi-piilin (■— Vtiici'ii). 

flpoftnto (">S"") Igrd).: iitflff«n«iie«) i«r , 

• nit "JlpOfInt (""-) W M .Ipiist.ltC. 

Wpojlfl (">'^)|flrcj).: »elf) m ^pa. apo.Htlt-, 
»nie. iiriilNsary. 

WpOftfl.... (-'"...) in flllfln. I ■(!(! : ... of 
the Apostles. «B. ~nri(t)i(t)tr /"Arts of the 
Apo.sllcs. — II 1B|^. Rjii» -..niiif « iipostle- 
cliip,«post<ilftif;^pffrb« : Qii|bcm,p|ribf 

KttCIl (lu Out iirlirn) ti) rido IUI gllllllks' 

puny, to tramp it ; .«.loürbr f ~ ^aint. 

«poftfl-ldioU ("■*--) f «4, ■turn H— ) 
>i is _ Vlroftcl-nmt. 

opoftolilrtil"'-' "")«.6«,b. Bpoittolic(«l);.^t« 
OUcubinOlulftniliiil tlio ApovlUvs' I'ri'cd. 

WpoffiopI) (->^'|) |flrd).l »I « Iff. ap.i- 
RtrophoC); n^ifrfn(""-i '^)r/a.9i a.yr.to 
apoHtriipliisr, to iiHiik williaiiapo.Htri'plii'. 

«pollirff (--'i^) |grrt).| f <a «hoini^t's 

(Mliv. (iiiA: apiithflcar)'») »hop, in ^c'rl at: 
ilispriis.iiy; in bcr .». flcbtaild,t;dj oftlciiinl. 

«potlirtrr (">'-^)|flra).| m «<in.clituii»l 
(niul drii|;Ki^t); (,if|>iuti(i) phAriimioutical 
«lii'iiiist, (.Im. unb tdcii.l npotlu-eary. 

«potlK fcr...., a^:.. I-- -.„) m anj». »•. ■ 

>N.biirt) fi |lini; I, dispviiiiittory : 

/v,arl)illr "• I li' ' staut; />^rloi(t)i 

« iipotlu'ciirii's' w i^lil,.^(lllifl/'plii(rtimiy, 
pliMrniiu.iiiirs; ^rrrtnniiig f i-lii'iiii<it"i 
aoroiiiit; /i</. ( bcbr >lrcti,iiui,i 1 lioiivy (or 
doctor'«) bill; ^luatfli /'M. dt : (phiiniia- 
coutlral) dnik"* />/.; ^iDillriifdintt /" phar- 
iuiico|ii);y, III.) mat)' ri.'i iiii' <li<-n. 

npollirfrrn F (-^--llgrrti.) r/H.lt) tfvd. 

I. (Vic(i|ln itbiuin) to t;\ku |'h)sic. — 2 (b4* 
WtK'ribt all «I'bUtrri «ul>lt<n) to dis| eilso 
llinliriiiot. jnpotllPK- 1- . •' ■" lUioli.l 

\npi)fl|rü|f(— ^«llgvdj iMuRfU 

<0 ajtf|uiirt)att; O ittbuit. X •iUtibQu, 



April 
April 
Apr 

M A I 

shut 



npporat © 

»rt'.C (onf ii\aiii »■ . (>.; 1 

pi. lor a l< arntd li .'Iprtl- 

Itpparat-... (---...) m a««», i«-: ~loflt< 
bud) n tri. lablet-cbock; M/tiid) m work- 
tiiM«. Ib'T. — 2. water-rloHft (W.C.).J 

%Wax\tmtni(^^^mu'\\'n.\ni^ l.rham-i 

4lpprlll"-i)[fr.|m^l.;£(roll-)call;AMn(. 
bc< ()urb bat ~ ■■ 18 «ell train* d; .^ [Hitn)) 
blafcn to sound the n-rnll. - S.f.tlppdlalion. 

«pprllant {'-^^) \ It. \nt u.^inf^ ^i. 
nppoaliT, appellant; plaintiff in irror. 

«pprllot ("^-) lit I m M. ^\nf% t«t.: 
api fllco; d'-fendant in error. 

«ppf notion (-«J-tfel-l ') I It. I ^ © t«.: 
appeal; .^ Qiimclbcn to enter an appeal; 
^ linligcn to (lodge an) appeal acimat ... 

«pptUation«.... (-<5-l{il-)"...) u «fla». 
I ndft: ... of app< al, iB. .vfrri^rit f right 
of appeal; /^grrirtit n, »^bof "> ''ourt of 
appeal. — II »lb. ßiQc /^.flrrtd)tfbarfctt f 
a[ipellat(! jurisdiction; >wgtrid)te<IMat m 
tt»a: Jiidtre in a Ili^h (.'ourt; ^(lagr f 
appeal ; ^x\i)Ux rn judirc of a[ peals; ~Dtr< 
fo^rril" proreediiigs/j/. in a court of appeal. 

oppfllatiD ;7 (->'--i) III I a. 3*b., «~ 
n >i, fl/viini (»"*~'m") n ^ gr. appel- 
lative-, [appealable.) 

Qppflliftbar («-i^'-) [lt.] a. >*b. h«.:) 

apptditrfn (">i^'") [l|.| ci a. I r/n. (b.) 
lUT. : to appeal (to a higher court); t<> 
muvo for a new trial ; /i«/. on bir «dA»tit .^ 
to make an appeal to ... — II v[a. ■)£ 
({i.TUfin) Eclbalen: to assomMo, to Diuster. 

Wppftit ("--) III.) m ^ appetite (fluj 
•btr iidd) ct. for 8. III.); fiy. au4: longing 
for; id) bcfom ... I began to get hungry 
(F t<j feel peckish); j-m b(n ~ Ltncbnun 
to tako Hway (<>r to blunt the edgo oQ a 
p.'s nppetitc; florfcii ... dabin, (ocr)jpOrcn 
to have a good (ur sound) appetite; baS 
toirb '^\iM\\ -. ntadxn it will .sharpen your 
iippotite; ben .. Tcijciib appetising; prvl. 
btr .^ tcmmt beim (^fj^n, ttit«: the more one 
has, the more omk wants. 

apprtitlid) ("«--) a. 4*b. appetising. 

nppftilloc (-'"--) a. t>tb. without an(y) 
appet ite; 9|...^lo|l(<rrit ^4* want of appetite. 

n(p)planirrrn i----) |fr. | r'o. 3ia. 

(ctintn) to level (duwn). 

opplQubirrrn ("---) lll.j r/n. (t.) ■. r/o. 
°.'i a. to applaud; to cheur. 

npplane I-'- 1 1 it. j m ^ (vniaal nrplnuse : 
bot^iiblilum jiim.vb:><r(i{;(n' wn 

th" house, til carry awav th' e. 

«pplifniiir ;■(---'! lit. I r- iig. 

applijirrrn ("-•'") (11. ] r/u. -.... iu «p- 
ply : F i-m Ctitfrigrn « to box a p.'t ears. 

«Ippoint • dp.j') Ifr. I m © («». 
nitnan() (t)nal) seitldiieiit of accouiit.s. 

npporlirrrn (^-^ -) |lt.| r/o. ^a. m». 
hunt, to fotih and rarry. 

«ppoFition (— llii«-)^) (It.l f % gr. 

(ll<f.'ü,iuti,il nppKsifion. 

flpprrtriir O (- -i.'m) jfr.) «©■■»© 
(lro8>or, liiiislier (üf ilulli). 

npprrlirrrn © ["-'") ||r.| •/«■ ^a. to 
dress iir finish (cloth). 

«pprrtur © («-•') Hr.l r© (Ä»ri«i«n 
«•a ta4 i() >tr. \. (flallalnT«) 

Kliixiiif : /^pai'i '. 1 at» r. 

Qpprobirrrn i tp. 

priive ; o; Jirp' i"t' ' 

«!•. >1. 

appi. 

ftptifoi. I. apricot. 



iraiid. 
^ i>t: 

fOtn 

■Atn 
«.»ftirr 



at. . 

»«.nair m a; 
r ; prrh. 

bring Mi»)-ti'<ii«< 

er. - II e» -^ 

s'ood lu'-k, F . 

Opiiuiiiu) .7 ( — -'" -;•'■-■ 
[It.] a d«b. dctan' 

Oprop04 ('-Pc'i ■: 11 : Je. 

"flpflöf I"-') f «. ?lptii> I -'i ;■ •/. mr , 
/'/. 'api<n »b. 'APl.^fn) Ifltlt.J 1. O arch. 
(b.lbluil'iiBljt S;l4-i sps«-. — 2. •& «jr<. 
(fftlrruntt (lad V^ir- 

optifrfnl-'"),!! , .-o«-p<i|Ict4. 

flpult tn (--(-)-) »ipr.n. «41.. {itogr. 
liUI. SaitUatt) «lU: Apulia, |rtt: I'ugl.a. 

?lpuli-«r (--(-I-) m «oa, -win f ©, 
apulijd) (>'-*') a. ^b Apulian. 

flpnrit Ö (— -) lit.) m ^ mim. (tawi 

Zaraali'a) rubellite. fa; ' -' 

«cunburt (--*) [lt.] m © (Ba«; 

«quofort (— '^l lit.] « J* ^ 
fi 4) iiijuafortis (engr kTiog), ^ . 

m M. ac|iiaf()rti-.t, etcher. 

Wiiiiomarin :j I----I (If.] m © min. 
IVti i<<i9a) aiiuaDL-xriiii'. |» 

«quarrll (-"-) iit.j n a-. 



-, , , ,-- , . -: \n) 

ItquortD'... (-"*...) i» ,■41..». 1».: ^f«rtr 



lUarium. 
onl. («n 




^ water-colour; .^Diolrr "» » ••• r miour 
pai:ittr; /vinaUrti f \ .ter- 

colours; «.IfiJif f wat. 

aquartllirrrn {->~-£- 
Jva. t<i paint in w ." 

Ilquariuni (--'I 

tlquQtinta 1- ' ) ,; 

ffuV'd- cbri Ctjtl f!i4l aii 

Äquator o ( --i[U.J»m * 

•'({uator; ■jjnttt<4i( -% **%. 1 

tibial ( — (")-) a. la» Ü-wial m (jR 

3nflnianBl)equatonn!* - - ' - ■! 
Fid) A^ial rtnftcUcn 

llquoDtt (-"ID- 1 ill., 
aqiia-Titrp, spirit« »1/ , 

*ti ^in ^ «• 

oiini r. 

iiquinoftiiil o 1 - f a. >h 

(taa-aubCa.:t-jlrl4«»rtt.) , l:4l. 

liquinoftiol.... (—■ *lfc(~>*.„) i« 8%a. 

atrlR: eqiiiliix'tial . . \T »•--■< "i 
iiiH-tial iline); '<>flnrm > 

mt. 
tlquilniii tn 



dquiDolriil n 1 

ÜqutDalmi jy ( 

til 

Hitt O t ) «» ■ 

ira('-)IIt.ir 
flrnbrt ' ' "• 



-BT"*) |I 



«• «Am. 

'4)» 
lai«./ 



tiprifoirn-... (<~-"...) u .SI.Htaatia ■'«<) 
apihot...., »r. ^kunni * m •-.. •' '■ 

(/ r-MNtM an»««''«. <i), /vUldtllU 

«pril (-^) III 1 ». >i Apiii ..1 I ■. - 
the flrst of April, aa« All K»<>la' \^*\. 

iU;a.U\i v 



(•• 
Ar» 

01 
€j>t 
\Wu 

Wnig»! 

ft 



til. 



■-i« W aiTMi, r rack. 



f^lrat^.-^lrcal] 



Substantive Verbs are only given, if not translated by act (or actiou) of . 



.lug. 



Uror-Stf (-"•-) tipr.m. ©b. geogr. 
(»riffi-«fienl Sea of Aral, Aral Sea. 

«rnmiier (^^i-) m @a., ~in f @. 
oronihiiiti a. @b. ((lJto.toI^5■tW) Aramean. 

«Iraoiitftcr -2? (— --) (gidj.) m (w) @a. 
}>hus. (iiBtrüRa'tiliie SeniiBaaO areometer; 
Slriioiiif trie ( — --) f @ areometry ; oröo- 
iiictriitt) ( — -") a. @.b. areometric(al). 

Siror (-^) n ®, «roriitiii (--{")") n @ 
[It.l (public) treasury, exchequer. 

3lro(rolO(-",--")'M(gor«.ara(f.M.I). 

Sirnrinl.... (—(")-...) in SffB". »» : ~' 
\ö]Ult) f national debt; ^Bfrnibgeit « pub- 
lic funds pi., State (or national) property. 

«raiifniii-eii ("--(")") «P': «• ®b. 
geoqr. (Süten eon 66*1«, 6üb.5lm.) Araucania. 

Sirbfit C'-) lofll. It. arv-um: gftbl /" @ 
1. (bai etaffcn) work; .V im (ouficrm) S}<xv.\t 
indoor (outdoor) vrork ; .», ouf§ ©f ürf piece- 
work, job(bing work); (fopftreifnbt) head- 
work; (iiuffilefltf) task, imposition; (mtHn- 
fctte) labour, loll; .„ bctoinnien to get (or 
find) employment; on bie ~ flcljen, fid) an 
bic ~ niQ±en to sro (or set) to work, e-n 
on bie ~ gcljcn beißen to set a p. to work ; 
auf (bie) ... gehen to go to one's daily la- 
bour ; bie ^ cinfletlen to stop (or throw up) 
work, auij: to (go on) strike; etroo§ in ^ 
neunten to take a task (or job) in hand; 
ct. in ^ geben to give a th. out to be made ; 
in .^ fein ottt Pe()en : a) som Mtteiict : to have 
work or employment, »on SBebicnten: to be 
in a place; b) con tin« ©ac^e: to be taken 
in hand; 36t Kod ifi in ~ ... is in hand; 

ber 6tui|i if! in is being made, repaired ; 

c) son e-r SHo 4ine: to be going or working; 
Don j-t JQänbe ~ leben to live by manual 
labour or by the sweat of one's brow; 
esfiiet jur ^ Qnt)Qhin, bei ber ~ beaujficf)» 
tigen to keep ... to their work, to super- 
intend ... in their studies. — 2. (etjeugniB 
i>:i.v): performance; fcfttiitli^e .», composi- 
tion ; (ünjtlerijdje .^ work of art; |einc ^tx\ 
in biejem j^ad)c his efforts in this depart- 
ment; ^QU^lidje, |d)rifl(ic6e .^en bet ewtet 
home tasks or home lessons/»/., jut Strafe: 
imposition ; |. o. 6. — 3. (Sindtengunfl) fa- 
tigue; pg. er Sot jeine .v ... his hands full. 
— 4. (%\i bet Buäfii6tunfl) workmanship; 
(«eftaUung) shape, make; beutjcftCv, German 
make, goods/)/, made in Germany.— 5. (©a- 
ning) feimentation; bet SDein ift in ^ ... is 
fermenting or working. — 6. © bojperte, 
erhabene ^ embossed (or raised) work ; ein= 
gelegte ^ inlaid work; getriebene ^ chased 
work; niedjonifdje ^ (fieifiung) einer i?toft 
niechanii.al eftect; geflidte .,, embroidery; 
.V in Stein stone-work. — 7. prvbs: ^ 
maiftt bo§ t'eben JfiB no sweet without 
sweat; nad) getf)aner ^ ifl gut rnl)cn after 
the work is done, repose is sweet; rcie bie 
»., fo ber £ol)n as the work, so the pay. 

Mrbfit...., Qrbeit.... («-...) in sngn. I ana. 
Ug „'Ürbcif, J». : ^miJbe a. weary of work; 
~iui^enli seeking work. — II selb, saoe: 
~gcber m employer, master; «./Ucl)«ier m 
empb^yee, workman. — SgL au4 Arbeit?--... 

orbeiten(-'— )2ib. I t/>j.(l).u.m) 1. an 
tt. ^ to work at a th., to be at work on a 
th.; auf§ Stfid ^ to do piece-work; bei 
i-B (ou* ; jur i-n) ~ to work for ..., to be 
employed by ...; bei j-m ^ (ofjen to employ 
la tia'i.,süian, ic.) re|.'ulaily; bei roelieiu 
€d.neibet loijen 6ie Ji who is your tai- 
lor? jürö t rot. im Sogelo^n ^ to work for 
daily wages; gegen ben Strom ^ to toil 
af,iinst the stream; j-m in bie ^anb ^ to 
aid (or assist) a p.; pom Sfitften: mit bem 
«inifinr „ to be closeted with ...; % ^ 
(Ctiftifie ■aAenI in ... to deal (F do) in ...; 
prvb. met nid)t arbeitet, füü aiid)nid)t efjen 
mill, no meal. — 2. »on eaitn: ^ i.in 



DO 



(Selb ^ laffen to employ (or invest) ...; son 

3Ra'c6inen : to work, go ; bte SoIomotiBt arbeitet 

mit buacm 5Lampie ... has all its steam 
up; bom SBcin, SBiet: (gären) to ferment; Pom 
tetgf : (aufgetfn) to rise ; 4/ : bas ©4iff arbeitet ... 
is labouring; bieSee orteitet ... is heavy or 
rough. — II via. 3. to work, make; (formen) 
to shape, fashion; benSIcfer: to till; einen 
Mufia^, ein »u* : to compose ; au§ bem ©roben 
.^ to rough-hew. — 4. an* vlreft. ein ^>fcrb 
(a. pd)) ju ©djonbcn, ju Sobe ~ to tire (or 
fatigue, weary) a horse (o.s.); fi(^ front 
^ to work o.s. ill. — III fitf) ~ vlrefl. 
5. f. 4. — 6. (an« Stcl tommen) fid) burcb ben 
6*nee ~ to work one's way through ...; 
ficfe ou§ e-r Cage (l)erau§=)- to extiicate 
o.s. from a position. — 7. vjimpers. el 
arbeitet fnö f(6Ied)t, wenn ... one works 
badly when ... — IV ~b p-pr. unb a. (^ b. 
working; bie ~bcn klaffen the working 
classespZ.;labouringmenjö/.-V9l«.,«@ic. 
work(ing), labour(ing); beäKietJ: tillage. 

9lrbetter(>'-") w @a.,~in/'@ 1. worker, 
workman m, workwoman f; (geifiiget) brain- 
worker; prvb. jebcr ~ ift fcineS Co^ncS 
tt)ert the labourer is worthy of his hire. 
— 2. (zagclü^net) (day-)labourer, agr. 
field-hand. — 3. (©anb.arbeitcr) operative, 
mechanic; ( ^anbtoerfet ) artisan; (gfabttf. 
arbeitet) factory-hand ; (©af en atSciter) docker. 

Slrbfitct'... i.^-"...) in Sflflii tneift anotog 
„?lrbeiter, arbeiten k.", j».: ~(bQ()it)}ii9 
»I workmen's train; ^bilbuitQg'SdjUlc f 
school for instruction of workmen; /%/bUC^ 
n workman's book; /wblinb m working 
men's union, trades-union; ~frage /"la- 
bour question; ~genofjen|i^oft, ~gefcU» 
fdjaft f working men's club or society; ~' 
taxtt f ticket for workmen ; /vf^Jerrc f lock- 
out; /v/ftanb m (the) working class(es />/.); 
~t)erein m = .^bunb ; /N./t)cifltt)enm9S'gcic^ 
n working men's insurance law ; /«/iDO^niill» 
gen flpl. artisans' dwellings pi.; lodgings 
pi. for working men ; ~jltg tn = .^bal)näug. 

Slrbeiterft^oft («i-^^) f @ (o. pi.) work- 
men pL, the working class(es pi.). 

3lrbeit8...., 0~'... (•''-...) in Sffgn. I meifl: 
working(-)..., js. «.,biene f working-bee; 
/>.<fleiber nipl. working-clothes; /N.-tog m 
working-day. — II SBfb. gäUe : />..omei|c f 
neuter (or working-)ant; <v/Omt n labour- 
bureau; ~ouf|ff)er m foreman; /v.bont f 
work(ing)-bench; »..beute! m work(ing)- 
bag, für Somen oui4: reticule; /vbltd) n 
(iffianbet6u(6) workman's pass(port); «..cill' 
licit f unit of work; ^cinfteUnng f turn- 
out, strike; ~fQl)i8 a. able to work ; /N.-felb 
n sphere of action ; «./frou f work-woman ; 
~fleno§ m fellow-workman; ~gerüft n 
scaffolding; «..gewölbe © w be§ C)od)ofcn§: 
working, (or tymp-)arch; ~l)nuö n für 
fflettiet: workhouse; (eitofonfialt) house of 
correction; /^famnier f chm. laboratory; 
~fQflCU m, /vtäftd)en n tool-box, für Samen : 
work-box; ~fittel tn blouse; ,v.roilta'ft wi 
tel. transmission contact; ^toxb m work- 
basket; <x-frnft f: a) working-power; b) ^' 
tvä|te/j/.(strbeitet) workmen/)/. ;,x-Ieiftnng© 
/"work performed; bleute (pi. ju.vmnnn; 
|. be) work(ing)-people;,x,lot^©M working- 
hole; am lompflefltl : man-hole; ~Io^U m 
wages pi. ; r^io'i, a. out of work ; bie ^\o]m 
the unemployed pi; /^lofigfeit f want 
of employment; /v.mantt tn (pi. Jeute; 
f. bs) workman,, labouring man ; ~niorft m 
laljour-market;^moirl)ine©/'operator;~. 
miuiftcrium n Cngionb: Labour Depart- 
ment of tlie Board of Trade; ~l)erJ0ll0t n 
men (Fhandsl/j/.employed ; ^pferb n work- 
ing horse; fig. hard-working fellow; ,^. 
I preife m price of labour; ~rauni, ~fooI m 
I workroom; chtn. laboratory; (eftuijimmct) 



study, school-room; ~f(^eu: 1. a. lo(a)th 
to work; 2. /'laziness; ~fd)ule /"industrial 
school; »vftroni m tel. transmission cur- 
rent; /v,ftltbe f: a) eine« «eiferten: study, F 
sanctum; b) eineS 6Seic6äitimonne§ «c. : office; 
c) eines flünffItrS : studio ; ügl. .^raum ;~ftunbe 
f working-hour, (in €4uien) preparation; 
«v/ftunbcU'butf) n time-book ; ~tajd)e f = 
.vbeutel; ~teUiin9 f division of labour; 
.%/tt)iir f metall. working-door; nAi\(i\ m 
work-table; (Siteibtif*) (writing-)desk; ~> 
uiifät)ig a. unfit for work; disabled; ~» 
unfiiljigfett/" incapacity for work(ing); ~» 
öoll a. toilsome, laborious ;.s,äcit/" working- 
time, bere^ifilcr: hours/)/. of Study; /wjeUt 
f im ©cfängnis: labour-cell; ~jcug «: a) 
working costume; b) (iffierfjeug) tools p/.; 
/^jinituer n = 4tube. — Sgl. ou« ?lrbeit'... 

orbeitlom (•^—) a. (gb. laborious, in- 
dustrious. Pen Sdiülcin: studious, F plod- 
ding; 9l~fcit/'@rlaboriousness, industry; 
studiousness, F plodding. 

Slrbitroge (^"-Q") [ jr. I /"^ l.arbitration 
(= ©djiebSftiriKft). — 2. ®i .v., .%/<red)nun9 
f @ arbitration of exchange; arbitrieren 
("^-") vja. i@,a. to settle by arbitration. 

9Irbuie * (---) f ® = aßafier.metone. 

&m~ 9trt... f. 91rt... 

Slrc^n-ifemuS ta ("^->''') [grd).] m @ 
(ülliertüniliiStcit) archaism; ord)n-tftt)t^ a. 
<^h. (oltettümii*) archaic, antiquated. 

2lrd)öolog(e) co ("cö-^-(") Igrd).] m ® 
(@) («titettumsforfd/tt) archaeologist; „^ie f 
archiEologv; a^iftf) a. archa?ologic(al). 

3lrt^e (^4") [ft.] f ® \. meirt: ark; 
hibl. (SBunbeg.fiabc) Ark of the Covenant; ^ 
9ioal)§ Noah's ark (o.epieijeufl).— 2. («often 
}um fjifi^fange) (eel-)trunk. — 3. © Sriictenbou : 
colfer-dam ; (SBinbtoften on Orgeln) windchest. 

Slrdjett'... (**"...) in sngn, j». : ~muf(^el 
fzo. boat-shell (f. M.I). 

9lrd)ibn(b (>^d)--) f. 9lrd)imbalb. 

Slrdjibiafou ("tft^"--) m (g), ~u8(>.'4^» 
"-"") m (sg. inv., pi. ^tn) Igrcft.] arch- 
deacon ; .x/Ot (■^ij)^^^^-) n ® archdeaconry. 

art^iIotl)ifi^ C? ("tfc"-^*") (grd).] a. @b. 
pros. ArchilocLian ; ...er 2Jcr§ Archilochian 
(metre). Kobet.abt) archimandrite.) 

3lid)intanbrtt("d)""-)lgrcö.] w ® eccl.f 

!}lrd)i(m)boIb (-^d^^^) tipr.m. @ (sjn.) 
Archibald, dim. Archie, Archy. 

nitfjtinebijd) ("^dj^-") a. (^b. Archime- 
dean; © tnech. r^t ©d)ucde, Sd)raube 
.\rcliimedean screw, -i, screw-propeller. 

9lrd)ivcl ("c6"-) tn ®, ^aqui ("tb"-""> 
[grrt).l m @ (3n!eimeet) archipelago. 

3lrd)itcft ("d)"^) Igrd).] m © architect; 
-^OUit ("(^"»J-^i") f @ iSou-aSifienicSoft) archi- 
tectonics; n^toujijd) ("(t)">'(-)^j a. ^h. 
architectonic, architectural. [ture.'l 

91rd)iteftur (-(ö"''^) I It.] f @ architec-/ 

2lrc^itcf tur«... ("*">'-...) in SiTgn f . S3au«... 

9lrd)itroö ("d)"-f) [gtch.=lt.l m ® unb ® 

arch, (ouf bet ©äule ruienbeS eebäll)archi trave. 

9lrd)tö("d)-f)|lt.|n@;archive.s/)/.,record- 
office, roll-chamber, (public) records/?/. 

9lrif)iD....("d)"t...)in3fIfln,äa3-:~t'eanite(r) 
tn Recorder; ~bivcftor tn Master of the 
Rolls; «./gebnube m, ,%.(noI tn record-office; 
/>..ftiicf n authentic document or deed. 

ord)il)(Ql)iji^ ("(fc^tt)-", "d)-iD") [lt.] a. 
®h. archival (= urtunbtid)). 

9lrd)iüor ("d)"m-) [lt.] m @ recorder. 

Slrdjon (-^d)") Igrd)-] w ®, ^t ("4"*) m 
® (pi. ^Un "C^^") gr*. ®ef(4. : archon ; 
~tot ("d)*'-) Igrd).] n archonsliip. 

9lrbe«nen (^-i^) npr. flpl. my., Sir» 
bcnner«ai5a(b (■^^"••i) npr.m. $5 (ojne pi.) 
geogr. (jwiWen SKofel unb Waai) (forest of) 
Ardennes pi. 

9Irc (■^-) Ifi-.lw (m) @a. == 9Ir. 

Ülreol (""-) lit.] n @i (5iä4enintioit) area. 



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The SiKDt.ÄbbreTiftiioM and d«t Ob«. (•—#)»<; 



nxtta:.. * (»'"-...) (■ Ala«: <vnii6 ^ In- 
dian lor Ije'el-lniit; >%,pttlmt fanra. 

flrriia i^-^) \U.\ f ^ la fiirrttt «tet 
ari'ii.'i; Im Qirfui: circle, rinif, F the tan. 

?liropnn I-—') m ®, ^n» (---"-) w 
^ Inrdi.l gi«. «(lA.: Arcopa;ru8; /vitidie 
("""-""I »I ft (o. p/.) iJIHt tf» aio'hali«) 
Arfopiiffitif; (oration). 

Wrrfl (-") I flrd). I npr.m.inr., myth. 
(fftlrgifloii) Aroh, Bitbr |fri. Mars. 

arfl ('^) I a. ^Ii. 1. bad, evil (eonip. 
flrflcr wor^n. *ii/). arqft worst); ein .^tr 
(btr (irßfic) 2rf;fliti, {yurtjS nn arrnnt kii.ivo. 
the vcriunf Pufiie; ail«.: btr ?lrgf (/viW. 
bcr arflt. böi( J\(inb) thr ovil one I •> ilovil) ; 
bat 91r(;( mciben to khnn evil: an nidtS 
Vrflt'S bcntin to mean no harm; idi Ut)t 
nid)tj VlTflcS babei I don't se» anvthintr 
bad lor niiirli liarni) in it; bir SiUlt lirnt 
im 9Ir!ifn tht; wIkiIo world lielh in wickrcl- 
nes»; rncnn c8 jiim ^IrflPm fommt if the 
worst comes to tlm worst; tie tnitf lic(|t 
nod) im Vlrgm ... is in n Imd way. — 2. (ufrri- 
■ifiiti fiott) orflfB Sl>tr[cb«n gross mistnki', 
orfit flr nllicil sevcm illmss; ciflt Scr- 
ȟflniifl Mid hnvor; ba-3 i(l bftin bod) (florl 
|u org! that'« too hm! 1 — 'A. adr.-. niod)"6 
ni(t)t lauA: iTcib'S nirfit) )u arg! be as 
gentl<! ns you ran!, F draw it mild I; 6if 
mr.d)tn (8 )U orfl! Fyouroini.-ittoostronirl; 
n niadit lau«: trobil cS bod) «or ^u org I his 
goink's-on are outrngcoiisl; flrflcr al8 jc 
worse thim «'vor; immer flrgtr woisi' and 
worso; c8 tuirö itirtit io nrg icin it won't 
be as bad as »e think; jo org i|l fS mit 
!-■ (Dillen awi) nid)t l)ii ktiDMii.ige is not so 
(vi;ryi woiidrrlul ; org nod) (oket bintrt) ct. 
t|(r {ein to be mud aft<'r (F kucn upon) a 
th. ; toot )u org iß. tft ju arg that's too 
mut'h of a loki! or of a good thing; drgrr 
(onntc (8 nid)t lommcn it rouldii't have 
been worse. — 4. — flrgrtlid). — 6. (bcAfi 
Utftlfcilin) frivolous. — II IWrg n ^ (afenr 
pi.) ibn* otfT fonftr ^Irg |tin to bear no 
malice; ttin 'flrg biir<in [tin baraul) Ijabcn 
to act with ^'ood faith. 

«rn-. .. nrg.... (^...) i> aflan: ^gffiniif. 
Ml» a 'o.lirr (ig ri. malicious ;.«,lifligfi.(:rult\, 
cunniiiK'; /vliflligfril) /■ < raftdmss), lun- 
Dingdu'ss); .X.I00 II. (oDnr »allAl irrnilclcsti ; 
(unldiuiDiA) innocent, siniplu; (botni»«) liurni- 
K'ss, innlT'iisive; Ir^Aii abntnbl uniiii«| e> t- 
ing; Ailoriflfrit ^ iruiluletiMiesH; ».loiUr in 
ill-will, iiuilovoluiiu; '^loillii) a. ui ilivo 
knt; u\iliuinded; <n>IUoI|ii tc. 1 bu bit. «iiu 
flrgnnbignolbrfuufr O («-(-j-i-) |^i. 
ganb, iibw iitri out a«.ii|| m «ga. ArKund'ti 
(gas lliiiiiii'r. 

nrgnnbliljd) (-'<', «-") a. iib.: O ,t 
Vamrc (mn (Ull'iibTllitrm SsAl) Ari'iUKJ lamp. 

tlrgriitan C7 (""-) |Ii.| « >« mrinll 
(RtuMbii) (icrniaii silu>r, whito copper. 

«Irgriiliii ^ (""-) n M {».pi.} luttnll. 
(»tijiitrit I nuifndaD) argentino. 

argriitiiiild) C"-^-) 1 1|. I a. ^b. W^t 
tKri'uMil Argentine Republic, Argentina. 

»ivflfr ("5") liirgi m Ma. »i-xntinn; 
(£eiii) anger; ai;8 ^ out of Hiiite, \\}m |iini 
«, to vex |,ir spite) tiiin; \v iciiifiii iit.i|;(ii 
^ Xo his great uiortilication; Iriitcii ^ an 
j-m aiiSluncn to tout one's ill-huuiour 

on Ik |i. , Idi \i.iU tt/uii Dill .„ iifbabl 1 liavo lull 

many annnynnres; rr madil mir biti .. he 
givis nie a good deal of trouble. 
drgrriirti (-— ) a ^h. I. u>« tur» »• 

Ml(i) easily provoked, irritable, Ira.Hcibl«. 
— -. (tijn fii»Nnb«ni) angry (with ■ p., 
»bout »til.), iirtiled lit; in ^ morttn to 
vex a p. : .^ |(in to be cross (or disple isidl 
with; ^Uictbiii to grow angry, to I 
t4'mper. — !i (*T'ft rit^r- ■^( niri- 



b Illness; bat ift frbr - it's most proTok- 
iilg. — 4. (fliartnii ttirgrnbl scandalou.s. 

tirgrriidirrit (^«~-) f ti (*«i flrgtrlid») 

1. irritability, irascibility, Ac. — :!. — 
ftrgrr. — 3. .^rn pi. annoyances/»/. 

orgfra (•^-) aid. I r/«. 1. j-n .. to 

make a p. angry or vexed ; to snrfiT, t<>t, 

nl"rlif^ ap.:inihalb)tot^ i-mt; 

iudit an 6fM roI8 ^ to vex a j. • 

f8 f inn t n ifurdjlbor, F fdflnblid)) ^, mriin 

man ficht ... it's most gall n;r to sco ... — 

2. (Mb. /;iV,/.) to grandalise; flrgrrl ridjbrin 
iftblf? 91«flt if thy rit'ht eye otJend the«,-. 
— II cjnf. fld)^ (fibtr) to feel anirry or 
vexed at a th., with a p. 

flrgfriiit' (*^^) n ü 1. (— ^n Hofe 4. 
!. b*) Kcandnl, offene«; fin SfftntlidjrB ^ 
^fbrn to raise a great scandal. — 2. (|. 
Vlrgtr) nniioyance, Tezation, spite, Ac. 

nrg^rit (^-) f D wi^ kedniss, malice. 

Urgiorr (^'-ro*') m 4^ a., orfliiiii(^(--n)-) 
't. i*lp. iii(t. «11.: Argive, («re. k. 

arflOliid)("--) a. atb. jr«. «11.: Argolic. 

flrgoii (•^") [grib.) n j'ta. (tint pi.) ehm. 
(M''r> In bti Vn'l rnitritift tlal) argon. 

Ttrgoiiaut ("--) |grd) : «rjo-iJait.tl m Ä 
1. myth. Argonaut (f. M. I). — 2. O :o. 
paper-nautilus (Ar^nau'ta arfo). 

«rgonoutfn'... («--"...) in gflan. »».: 
~jufl m expedition of the Argonauts. 

9lrgonnrn(<'>5")«;>r.^/;>/.i«r.,tlr8onnfr' 

aHolb ("*"•>*) rpr. m. ^ (obnr /)/.) gcO'/r. 
lam linirn Vla.il-UIrT) Argonne Kore.st. 

flrgumrnt ("-'') (It. | w *> argument; 
O/^-irrm («-J^'") r/n. H).) ;ia. to argue. 

tlrgutf ("*") Igrd).] m ^ wyth. «ni 20. 
Argus; .^-aiigcn bobtn to bt> argus-eycd; 
.^•rtiigig (I. (»xbl'im) argiiseyed, vigilant. 

flrgmohn (■*-) (org SPab"! m jc bus- 
I'icion, mistrust; ^ btgtn flfgrn j-n to sus- 
pect a p.; jB .^ trrrgfii to raise a p.'s sus- 
picion; ^ faf|(n,id)öplintogrow su>picious 
tif; frri Don ,, a/N.lo<< unsuspecting; 00Ü ^, 
O'N'Don ~ nigipi^l niid). 

argmiJtinrn l^^-^'l r/n. (b.) ■■» p/a. $la. 
to suspect; ft.^ to have an inkllni:ofa th. 

argmobnilit) (>'-"l n. i*l>. suspicious or 
apprehensivei>r;^(SS.<(fcnsu»piciou8ness. 

nriobnr («»'«5«) np,-. f. 44 myth. Ariadne 
(f. M. 1); .v^i'Vnbrn r« Ariadne's clue. 

flrionrr (^"-^1 IMri'u«, 6»fiietrjl m Ma., 
/vlu f W, nrinnitrt) a. xb. rert. Anan. 

«ri-r J' (---) lit. I ^ » air. >«i«. a. 
aria; («»icbif) tiini'; ( »»(»b ) song, ilitty; 
Ktine ^, firirtir 1 te. 

«ri-rri--"-)»»! . - nt) Aryan. 

?|riinilll|io (^ — -~l npr n. «t grogr. 
(Cti >iui bfiti '(*rtg e'rtmiB) Artniathn>a. 

oriirt) [•") It. >il>. llab*-jtiB*sH«) Aryan. 

flriflnrrt) (""«^j «pr. ««b • ■•• *» nak 4t 

(tl* DitnirT \\xi ffil'liIrT) Ari 

1lriWofrot(«~"-)lBrA.U" « 
bit .„rn F tlm upi>or ten; «vir ^ ■ 

cri' ' *' ' ' voie« ; 0<vl!(t) •'. J* ' 

an f «<(ll ht»rli life. 

'.M 
»*: 
«trillulflilrrr 

«trilljmrliri« 



-) «M ««a. Ai 



■ nb 



.^,.') 



arilhniniic : .^rr fM «M» u ,n. 

arilljmrtilrti I -'-I igd) , ...ixlU». 

meticnl; ,f SJdIi« ar. pi'>Kvr<si,.n. 

flrrobf (---» Ifi.l A » • • •*■ '»•••'»• 
itna) arrade; mil t-t « Dd' dian. 

— 2 © BllNiti t- - 

tlrtnbi rn r 1 
(»<i C*<ll'>-bl AiL-idia. 



'I ! 



^^Ircfa--..— ^Mriucr:...] 



' arfi / Skb (•!• ■ ^ •. c. 

«rK- l/tt ' 

1 «rm' 1*1 m M 1. *- ;. 

,01 J,. ....,.,._ .1 ., ^ 

■Word 

r 

^ in ^ ß'ijfn ' r. 

tr(u)t(n ^(n «r . /. 

tl( ^t («Bb««!«) ... 

room; j m unf t 

to five a p. a I. 
to tear o.s. tw 
bic .V« rotri 

of a p.; b« ., 

temporal power. — 8. .^ • 
utary; rix« tnttrtt: brai.v,.. , .., „>;>•<■ 
»rAW : shaft; « rstl ««trMircra« handle; t<i 
•.grtflanat' yani-ann, t- 1 Saft :ctu«*- bar; .i. 
mil eAM^B*«« tail; M ■■(mMr*: Itnb, 
Anger; M ^iittituitti •-« XK>«T*t%ra: baod 
Orm* 1^1 4*b. I »I Irnmp ArwifT, »wf. 
«•■ ■ I ■ ., 



aii Joli, IIS a CI 

ret. gcifll'.d)^ p. - 1 

lacking intll gen.;e; um vo,i «ail Aran 
poorer by ...; |id) ~ baufn itrintrn) to rum 
o.s. by building (drinkinKi — »k. Mt«. 
2. (»«■iiirik»»b):mtin^r8Pinb!r'' " '■•'^': 
■vfr ed}luder. Zrufcl! poor (< m 

14 IIA) — ormiflig. — :t.prri.. d net ^ 
mit (rbrtn, al« red) mtt 6d)inb< tMtt>-r 

honest poverty '' wealth. 

4. ^a eiinbtr p t- ii«, Sn- 

•itiiitri) oilprit leath. 

— II fUrir) fw, 'JU r lersgai; 

btr 'Arnim pi. th«' ; uni ftrw 

(the) nch and (ti 

ftQt;t(r V.tr pai.i^. . , ■.. , ,^., m.«: 

Hrni..... orm.... (*...) |«rmM la 8<i^ 
I cciß: arm-... or ...of the ami. »e. ^feni4 
»I fracture of the arm: ^arnbr. ^WM*/ 
arm-pit, arin-hole. - II -w4i4n> 

lid) (J. — ,(6;niifl: «.botir t; O 

tOaanri: ^biSnbtC pi. :t; i I. , .«WlSft 

gung f u\m €*!riii>ri:- . ^biatf f. 

al leifrnnaa, It'iAtal l>:i>lt:.'. bl (■•■tay) 

band.tk'e, slint:: -..bolirn ^ nt (aa «lv%v- 
«alrilia) rnn: ii g >,p ! • .^bmR / crons- 
boW;/^brilf|.'M„|ifii . I , hniil •IBrtAfT 

m (cr . 

archer.. . -^ 

ruld>er:.N,fi)rmig(i ai! 

#(jftijl liraclii:t!. -vgruif .' — c di!(S<.'v 
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ant. SB c lb Q fiiib iiieift nur gegeben, ftenn fie ni(fet act (ob. actiou) of... ob. ...ing lauten. 



jirmcl I «5") wi @a. 1. sleeve; V\t ~ 
jutiidldjliigen to tuck up one's sleeves; 
fig. i-n beim ~. ä"PJf" (ma*ncn) to remind 
a p. of a th. : et. üu§ bcni ~ jdjuttctn to do 
a th. off-hand, to extemporise (a speech, &c.) 
— 2. © .V btr asu(t*iiibei ami-leather. 

Sirniel...., ämicl'... (^"...) in siMc^unstn : 
,N^uf(d)In9 m euff, (bet Unrcrm) facings 
pi.; ~lod) w arm- (or sleeve-)hole; ~Io8 a. 
sleeveless : ~mctr n geogr. the (British) 
Channel; .^jdjoncr »J butcher's sleeve. 

Slriiicii'... (^"...) lorm-l in sr«"- I «f: 
poor-..., J». ~berfen «, ,^bütf)|e A ~Taften 
m poor-box ; ~fletctj n poor-law. — IliSib. 
5änf:~nii|lolt/"alms-house(sp7.);~o))otI)cfc 
f dispensary ; ~or}t m medical district- 
ofticer; ~oiiffeI)cr m (besagter) relieving- 
officer;~be^örbc /"Overseers (or Guardians) 
pi. of the poor ; ^gelb n : a) poor-rate(spZ.) ; 
b)alnis;~t)nue«a)=~nn|lalt;b)(at6citiiiaii6) 
workhouse; ,v.fotnuufiä'r tn = .^ouffeber; 
/vlifle f list of paupers; ^liflege f relief 
of the poor; poor-law system; ~})flf9fr 
m guardian of the poor; ~ratm poor-law 
commissioners j»Z. ; bji. ~bebölbe; .«/fdjule 
f charity-school; ~fteutr f = ^gclba; 
~fiinbfr, an* 3lrin(e)|ünber m »ai. arm^ 4; 
~fiinber'(Sen(f)t n woeful countenance; 
~füni)er<6Iütf(^fn n funeral bell tolled at 
executions ; ,N/)ünber.®tii^l m stool of re- 
pentance ; /v/jiiubf r<3eOe /"condemned cell ; 
~unterftü^ung f = -v-pflcge; «^.terbonb w 
union ; ^Berpflcgung, «^Bcrttoltiniß/' poor- 
law administration; /%.,üogt m beadle; ~' 
oorftt^er m = .>,i)flegcr; /v-luefen n: a) = 
.^;)f[cge; b) (grenb) pauperism, destitution. 

Slrmcni-en (^-(")") vpr.n. @b. geogr. 
(botter-afiati'tbtä ©ebirgflanb) Armenia. 

Stnjicni-er ("-(")") m @a., ~in f ®, 
ormeniji^ ("-") a. @b. Armenian. 
?lruie.3=... ('2"...) in Sffan = 9lrm§=... 
Stnnefin (^"-) n ® (siit Soft) armozine. 
armieren ("-") [fr.] I vja. ®a. 1. X 

ein ©tei: to arm; 4/ ein B^iff: to equip. — 
2. © Sallcn : to truss, to arm. — 3. einen 
Wagnet: to arm, to cap. — II 9(~ n @c. 
u. Mnnieruiig f @ e-i ajiaaneien: armature. 
amriiiianer ("-(")-") [9lrmi'niu§, 6ct. 
tietei] m @a. ecd. Arminian; 2lrniillioili8' 
inu& (v'-(")v>5v/) f„ @ Arminianism. 

ärnilit^ ('^") a. (gb. poor, miserable; 
fig. thin, lean; ein ~c§ Slnjeljen ^aben to 
look poverty-stricken; adv. ^ getleibct 
shabbily dressed; Si^fcit f @ poorness; 
misery; poverty; shabbiness. 

Jiniiling (^") [ ?Itm • | w ® false sleeve. 
9lrniS<..., orme--... (*...) in 3f..Iet,un8en, 
jS. : ~bi(f o. as thick as an aim ; ,>/bitfe f 
thickness (or width) of an arm. 

onnielig C'-") a. @,b. (etenb) miserahle, 
wretched,(eibännii*)paltry;(näGii*)piteous; 
ein .«.er J>ram a trumpery affair; SI/N/fett/" 
9 1. misery, wretchedness, paltriness. 
— 2. ^rmfeiigfeiten pi. (etbatmii^e linsc) 
paltry matters />?., beggarly concerns pi. 
«Irmut (>'-) f % (otine pi.) 1. poverty, 
•StttT: indigence; penury; auletfle: ahject 
need; .,, on SBIut poorness of blood; ^ an 
(8ei|l lack of vilt; prvbs: ^ irf)änbet nid)t 
poverty is no vice; ^ tf)Ut reel) poverty is 
a sharp weajKin. — 2. (geiinae $a6e) mein 
bifed^cn .V the little that I have. — 3. coll. 
(We ttnnen) the poor; the indigent. 

armutg-... (*-...) hi Sflan. »s. : Mi^ein m, 
~)eugnis! n certificate of poverty; fig. fid) 
felbfl ein «.Zeugnis (testimo'nium pauper- 
ta'tis) ou§fteIIen to prove one's incapacity. 
«raoufe f"-") [tütf. -= »aibaneje] m ® 
Amaut, Amaout. 
«mif (■*") m &,, «rnifo {■^^-) f (g 

[mit.] 1. ^ arnica [A'mica monla'na). — 
2. pharm, arnica (tincture). 



5lrom (--) [gr^.l « (»') ®, ~fl ( — ) »» 
@.pl. au4 ~ata i'^-^^) aroma, toeii©. scent, 
perfume (-Suft); a^otijtl) ("-■'-) a. @b. 
aromatic, fragrant; scented, perfumed. 

2lron* ("^) vpr.ni. ® Aaron (f. M. 1). 

Slron'ä * (-^) Igvd).] w fw) Ce arum. 

9lr»JfflgtOfur =r (-^bQä^) [ifjf® (fatten. 
äf;nli4ei sinidjlafi, SonSteiSuna) arpeggio. 

Slrrnf (-*") I or.] m @ arrack, Frack. 

arrangieren (ä-rg-Q-") f/a. ig,a.(ovbiien) 
to arrange ; ® vji-efl. fid^ mit f-n ©loubi» 
gem ~ to compound with one's creditors. 

SIrreft ("^) [mit.] »w @ 1. ton ©ac^en: 
seizure, attachment; ^ (»eWlofl) ouj et. 
legen, et. mit ^ belegen to seize, attach, 
detain a th.; <i auf ein s*iff : embargo. — 
2. bfb. X ton «Periontn: (4>aft) arrest,_fticnfler: 
close arrest; son e^iiictn: detention; e-n 
Scibaien mit -^ bcftrajcn to put ... under 
arrest; ecjüier: to keep ... in, to detain ... 

?lrrcft.... ("■»...) in Sflan, js. : ^anlcgung 
/"seizure; ^lofal n, ~ftu6c /", ~äinimer n 
lock-up; Js; guard-room; F black-hole. 

9lrrcftont i,^'^^) [mit.] m ®,~in/"@ 
1. (esefonsener) prisoner. — 2. jur. : distrainer. 

2lrrcftat(">^^)[mlt.]>«@l.=91rreftantl. 
— 2. int.: person distrained. 

«rreftotion i^'^-m^)-) [mit.) f @ ar- 
restation, &c. (= iBertjflftung). 

orretieren ("--") Ifr.] via. @a. to ar- 
rest, to apprehend; F to collar; icfi ließ if)n 
«, I gave him into custody; ©iitet ~ to 
distrain ..., to attach ... 

arrogant ("->') a. @b., tJtrrogans f @ 
f. Qn-maf5cn III; ^In-mafeung. 

arronbieren (^'^^^) [fr.J vja. unb vjreft. 
@a. (fi(^ ^) (abrunbcn) to round off (one's 
lands); 9trronbier.mof^inE © (^J^.v/iv) f 
Uf)renfn6i. ; finishing engine. 

3lrfe«;(^-)|grd).lf @ = 9lrp§- 

Strien & ("-) [gv^.] n ® (o. ;?Z.) chm. 
arsenic (As); gcbiegcneS .«, native arsenic. 

Slrfen«..., orfcn=... o ("-...) in Silan, »».: 
~blet n arseniate of lead; ~d)Iori'b n 
chloride of arsenic (As CI 3); ~nittel n 
{m) arsenical nickel; /vfauer a.: .^foureS 
©Qlä arseniate (of lead, &c.); ~jäure /"arsenic 
acid (H3 As J; ~l»afferftoff m arseniu- 
ret(t)ed hydrogen (AsH3).-!öBi.Q.?lrfentf=... 

Slrfcnal (>^"-) [it.] « ® = 3eug=l)ou§. 

arfcnig Qj (^-") |?Irfen] a. @,b. chm. 
arsenious; .^.e Säure arsenious acid (H3 
As O3); .v,=foiirc§ fiali potassium arsenite. 

Slrjcnif Qj ("-") [grd).] »« (n) ® min., 
chm. (white) arsenic, ars. -powder, F rats- 
bane; mit ~ öerbinbcn to arsenicate. 

9lrfenif'... , arfenif=... <& ("-"...) min., 
chm. in SHen. I oft: arsenic-..., j». ~blunie, 
~bliif e f ars.-hloom, ars.-trioxide ( AS2 O3) ; 
~f|)ie9el m arsenic-mirror. — II aScfonbcte 
Säue: /vbuttcr f chloride (or hutter) of 
arsenic ;~efjenM med,: /& arseni oophagy; 
.^^altig a. containing arsenic; arsenical; 
~fieä m arsenical pyrites; «^metall n: 
to arseniuret; «^./bergiflnng /^poisoning by 
arsenic. — SPal- n- ?lvfen=... [arsenical.! 

arfenifolijtl) <27 (^-^-^) [grd).l a. @b./ 

iMrfii «7 ('i^) [grd).] f{sg.inv.,pl.^xUn) 
jp;-os.,&c.arsis;emphasis,accented syllable. 

Strt» (-) f @ 1. ~ (unb SBcife) manner, 
mode; Quf bicfe^ in this way, at that rate; 
auf bie cine ober bic nnbere ^ some way or 
other; ouf irgenb cine ^ anyhow; ouf 
{einerlei ^ nowise; auf n3cld)c ~? how? in 
feiner .., in his (or its) way ; cinjig in f-r 
.V unique; not^ ^ Don ... after the manner 
(or style) of ,..; nod) .v, e-r gcbilbct;n SDnme 
in a ladylike fashion; blffe Singe fiub bon 
ber ~, bnfe ... of such a nature as to mit 
inf.; nid)t§ bcr ~ nothing of the kind; 
Seute bun bicfer ^ ... of this description; 
Den allerlei ~ of all kinds, multifarious; 



c§ lag nid)t in feiner ^ it was not in his 
nature or composition; ganj in beiner ~ 
just like you. — 2. (bie tefite 9Iti) ei ^at 
tcine ~ ... no manners; boS l)nt feine ^ F 
that's not the thing; ba§ ift feine .^ that's 
not the way to do things; bofe c§ (nur fo) 
cine ~ ^at admirably, thoroughly; F with a 
vengeance. — 3. (©attune) kind, sort; ein 
ajJnnn f-r ~ ... of his stamp; £eutc Don fle= 
möljnlidier ^ the common run of people; 
öon guter ~ good-natured; eine ... @def)rter 
F a bit of a scholar; luaS für eine -^ Don 
iDienfdjen? what class of people? üu§ ber 
~ fdjiagen to degenerate; prvb. .^ löfet 
nid)t oon .^ like will stick to like, blood 
is thicker than water, &c. — 4. iRatut- 
aefAiijie: species, order, tribe, class; e-e be« 
fonbere ~ Gd)afe a particular bi-eed ofsheep. 

Slrt« (■^) [t äl)ren: acie.nl f @ 1. (otü- 
auna) ploughing, tillage. — 2. arable land. 

91rt....*(-^...) [9Irt*] inSffjn, meift: specific 
..., J», /v-bcgriff, ~ti^arotter m specific (or 
typical) character ; /%..nanie m sp. (or class-) 
name, fm, «^felb n arable land or field."! 

9lrt....a (^...) [9lrt2| in sifgn, js. : ~atrerf 

arten (•^") @b. I (et. t) vjn. (fn) 1. (a. 
fi(^ ~ vlfefl.) to he of a certain quality or 
kind; nod) j-m (fief)) ~ to take after a p. 

— 2. (aebeifjen) (gut) ^ to thrive, to succeed. 

— II \ vja. to form. — III ge-ortet 
p.p. unb a. @h. (bot. a. artig 1) of a certain 
quality or nature; giit (fd)Icc^t) geartete^ 
fiinb well bred (ill-hehaved) ... [species."! 

arten<rei(^ (-"•-) «• @b. ^, zo. rich in I 

3lrtcrt-e ^ (^-(^)^) [It.] f® anat. («yuis- 
aber) artery; Öffnung ber ...n arteriotomy ; 
l\\ ben .^n gel)örig, a~Il ("-(")^) a. arterial. 

9lrtetien<... la ("-(")"...) in sHan. Imft: 
artery-... ; js. ~jonge / artery-forceps. — 
II Sib. SfäUc: ^ctWeiterung f aneurism; 
^OfflUtng /■ arteriotomy; ~t)re)ie /" com- 
pressor, [arterial.! 

arteriös CO ("-(")-) [lt.] a. •ü,h. anut.l 

artefifi^ ("-") [9lrtoi§] a. @b. Artesian; 
^er SSrunnen Artesian well, bore-well. 

ortig (-") [9IrtM «■ @b. 1. in Sfisn. 
(aeatiet) resembling, like, &c., jss. fitber-^ 
resemblinglsilver, silver-like, &c.— 2. (trab) 
ton »intern : good, well-behaved; fet ~! 
there's a dear (child); feib ~! be good 
boys (girls); (^öfliii) polite; (licbenSroiirbia) 
amiable, (geaen Samen) gallant; fid) .,- be- 
nc()mcn to be on one's best behaviour; er 
fugt il)r biel 9l~e§ he pays her many com- 
pliments; iro. id) finbe e§ ~, ba6 Sie mir faaen 
you're a fine fellow to tell me. — 3. (nicbii*) 
nice, pretty, graceful; Fein ~c§ (tiiciitiaes) 
©tüd a fine (F jolly) piece. 

9lrtigfcit (-"-) /" @ 1. good behaviour; 
bfb. ber ©cbulfinber: good conduct; (feine§ »e- 
ncfimcn) courteousness, (flcgen Eamcn) gal- 
lantry. — 2. compliment; j-m ~en über 
et. fagcn to compliment a p. on a th. — 
3. (<!ininut) prettiness, gracefulness. 

9trtitel ("■^") [It.] m. @a. ®, gr., &c.: 
article (f. M. I). 

Slrtifel...., ortifcl.... ("-"...) in Sflan, 1». •• 
«.-brief m articles (or statutes) pi. of the 
navy; ~Io8 a. without article; ~fd)rcibet 
m leader-writer, far(agraph)-writer; -x<' 
toeife adv. by the article. | ticulation.l 

9lrtirnIalion (----tfef-)-) [It.] f @ ar-/ 

ortifuliercn (^-^--^) [lt.] vja. @a. (beut 

lid^ au£||)re(Sen) to articulate. 

9lrtiUerie X (>'— ob« — -) [fr.] f @ 
unb @ artillery, gunnery; (©tf^ütje) ord- 
nance; veitenbe .v horse-artillery. 

2lrtilleric=... X (•2""-... ober "^"-...) in 
Sfian. I meift : artillery-..., jS. ~offijier m 
artillery-officer; /v-trnin m artillery-train. 

— II SBfb. sauc: ~d)ef, /vbireftor m (in 
(Sneianb feit 1895) Inspector General of Ord- 



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I. e. IX) : F familiär ; P gjolfSfpracfte ; T ÖounerfDrarf)c ; \ feiten ; t alt (au« geftorbcn) ; * neu (au* geboren) ; *■*. unrid)tig ; 

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3ci(ttn, bic Hbtünunitn uno bit abgcfonbrtUn Sernnfunfcn (9 — #) fUfe Dom crfUrt. | ^Irtt... U»^I«J 



nance; ^.ttufr n cannonade; /vftf)itftp(alj 
m gunnery practisinp-k'K'iiiKl; ~|tt)Ult /" 
school of (funnf.-ry ; /wtoaflttl wi tumbrel; /v 
»Of rfftntlf /'iirsonfti; ai tillury workshop«/»/. 

«itilltrifr a ('— »bfi "--') m if ar- 
tilli,r\ man, t'liriiier. Ichoke.) 

»ltti|d)Orff V (>'-^-) (or.Mt.! f <Q arti-/ 

Wrtift ("^) lir.l m ^Sti (»unditx) (circui 
or niusii'-hall) arlist(f); a<:robiit, clown. 

artiftild) ("•*") l|r.| a. ^\i. artistic. 

Wrlll» (>'") wpr. m.htv. Arthur; Pönig 
J Joiilrunbf Kill)? Arthur's Round Table. 

Wriim * (--) llt.l n M nrum. 

iWroe ^ (•*»") ^ ® Siberian stone-pine- 
tree (/'inn» ceinhra); »fli. «u4 3'Tf"'^'''i*f)- 

Wr|(f)Hfi (-(-)^ cbfi -(-)-! ^ *# medi- 
cine, physif; (^Bare) drug; (ntlHae) draught, 
potion; (nciVrnfliitMib«) tonic; (flit hflimniie 
Bfibtn) Specific ; j-m «, fltbin to i)hysic a p.; 
.^ (tnnttimen to take ni<;dicino or physic. 

9lrt(f)nfi<..., ar|(f)nfi'... ("(")-... »ift 

-(")"...! in 3''an- I arolog „'JlrUclnfi", »». : 

^nfirfjiiM " drug-stores jil.; >N.(nftrn, >^ 
irijrniif >/i niedii'iiie-chpst. — II sdonbtn 
BSUt: ~brrrillllin f making up (oO pre- 
scriptions; .vbrrritnnflc-Punft /': C7 phar- 
maceutics; .^bii(t) n dispensatory, C7 
pharniacopa<ia; /^^fornirl f (medical) pre- 
scription: iN/flrfdiniiKf m medicinal taste; 
~l)äiib((r in druujci^t: -N-fräiiffr nl/>l. 
simples ;;/. : >>^riiiibr, o^riini't, ~U\)tt f: O 
phnrniaco|iiify:,N/lllittfl »I remedy ;«^niiltfl' 
Iflirf f: CO materia medica: /«.torf /'officiHl 
prire (or rate) of dniir-; : ~trniif m i)()tion : 
herb-tea; ^t)(rj(f)rribiiiin. ~iioritf)rifi/'- 
^forntfl; ^toarr /drug; Awlvrirn ndhmirs 
/</. relating to) pharnmey; «.loififni(l)Oft /^ 
uiedical scitnce; /wloiflrufrtjiijtliil) a. mc 
dicai •.i>^\t\Mitt label runlriiifKuinlmedlcinc-i. 

an(r)ntili(l) (^'i«)-'- gbfi -(-)-") a. 6*b 
iiiediclintal ; pfiatrtt. officinal. 

Wrjl (^ otrt -) wi 31 phynician (tn fen. 
luliifit iritb); lonfi: medical man; F doctor 
(I. J^nuS-aT\t): (piaftiKtftl ^ unb \{iMinbar)t 
general prii<tilioner : mtin , my uirdical 
iidviser; iptiblidjtr ^ (fciiir. Äritin f) lady 
doctor: ft ji'fl tintn ^ \\\ iHntt he took 
medical advice; ^•arbu^r /"doctor's fee. 

äritlirt) (>*" tbft -^) a. 5*b. niidical; 
,ffl I'tijonul medical staff: ^e SBcromung 
medical prescription; ...f ^■«ilit in 9lniiruct) 
ni'hnicn to call in medical assistance; ^ 
bcl)^ln^tln to attend (a patient); ^ iintct' 
jiidjt I0(r^tn to pass a medical examina- 
tion; P to pass the doctor. 

«0 {■'■) M I <; inv. I A flat; Tit-Tux 
{•■'VlolW A Hat mivior (minor). - II |lt.| 
n {»g. ini'., pi. ?l|jc). — 2. deniltrl ytitnb) 
as. — 3. Cftrl: are; JjJfr}«'JtO art. of hearts. 

tllo (--) I llt.l /• W'. pt. Vtfa - «lanl; 
^ti^'tibn ~ flintrurcrVlfaut. — II||taiib.| 
III ta n*iM<(tr mi/ih. Aü, <lfin pi. A'Mr. 

91-eoitr J' (-•--) f « la, Astring. 

»limit CJ (-") m OK phniiii ftinffllbfT->, 
av|s)afütida; lü 'lilt.tdjtnbrr ^ liii/ointe). 

Mcbfft C? ("") liltri).: unrattrmliAJ »» 
&< wiiH. asbi'vto-. ; MraLmrt: atiiiiint|h)ii!<. 

*U>bf(t'..., ncürft-... {^'...) in .sfl.i«. »•• : 
>viil)iili(t), .«.artin, ^forniift ». aslxsiiV, 
...me; aminiillioid; .^^nnoolrll m a>be8toi 
stove; ^imrfiiitn t iisbi sto» packing. 

MF" Hit... ii.> dui) flft... 

alrriibriit l-"-*! |Il.l a. xb. unb H^ w 
M !iMniidant;Ä|frilbriH^4«a8c. • ' 
nirrnbirrrii e/n. cia. (.luitid.Kni t<> 
rise; WItrilfloii /' «4 l'>r.f vw 

NIOM; (ttii'iucftn > ixl «IrantlrnI ) 

iMIrt)' O {•i) m ca (Mowir-ii-t.. U>\\1. 
Ullrt)*!-«) m iia. iVA/Zi. -, *(i(tf. ' 

iMIrtj-.... nirt)-... ('...) tn .Hf«n I «11 .i.sh- . 

I'i) /^.(riilbrrticrrii a.sh-trav; '^irnibrtiallrr. 

'vrinirr^(rii)(nflru»i.'isii-|M: 



ash-bin; >«.(od) n ash-hole. — II Btifhnt 
fjanr : -v(rn)arti8 a. anhy, 07 '•lner(ac)e<ius ; 
/^bloitb a. asliy-fair; ».(rntfarbrn, -»(m-i 
farbifl^ ~grau a. ash-colourod; ' - 
C7 cirierlai')eous: F bclgif)t tn: 
this b<'at.s all; /vlrnifrout ^ n 
~(rn|(u(f)rn »i rak<- baked in 1. 
^(rniritb n riiidor-sirter. - »gl. a.^jifciii'-.. 

Vjl^anti ("■*-) t>p>: n. ■. w. inp^ geogi . 
(I'anb u. Dolt ia IDcn>afnl«) Aiibant««, ...i. 

nil^t (<''') /^ d 1. BciB: ashes pi.; ouS 
btr ^ riflc^tn (icitbn aufMBtn) to rise from 
one's ashes; in ^ Dtitoanbcln. )u .. (Dti*) 
bitniicn to reduce to ashes, chm. to in- 
cinerate; in ^ ((gtn to lay in ashes, to 
burn down. — 2. poet. (ftnw. KeB«) aahes 
pi., dust; fd. nil ' ' <■ nupl.; jjritb« 
fttntr ^'. may ln' i ^ "I — 3 biU. 

in £nd unb ~ biifetn !>> <lu p a<k- 

• loth and ashes. — 4. O U ^ 

buek-ashes pi. | ( Thyma'tlHS ntlj/a'rit). \ 

fifdjf ("*") f S ichth. : grayling, umberf 
aid)rn O (•'■") via. ®c. «UictH: bic ^ox- 
mtn ^ to ash (or wash) the moulds. 
W|(f)fn'..., afdirn-... ('"..) ia Sfij». I — 

9l|(l)'... — II »flcn^rIc SiOe: <vbröbfl n 
Ash-puttle, Cinderella, »cii6. (donip"«!' ) 
drudge;o/fnn m : a) shower of a- 
Iffafltn nnici bem Xof)) ash-pan; ^ 
~fla))pr f ash-pit; <vfrug m cinerary (or 
funeral) urn : ~Iniigf /"lye (of woodasho.s) ; 
'N/Ofrii O »I ibia but« : nsh-furnacc ; /wpflaii |r 
r/'eimraria ; .^^piittd n.>.wbT5b(l ; ».rauill m 
ash-iiit;,-^rr(irn wi-^falla; ~fol| «- ^ell- 
a\ä)c; «vtrrifrr m min. t|o)unnHlinc; ~tud) 
O n burkinpcloth: >s,\\tlittvi — ^trttftr. 

Jifdlfr ("'") m «3 a. 1- O : a) &rl^rt^i : (jJal!- 
giMbr) liuie-pit ; InriöfAtti ttall) slaked Kme; 
b) (aul^rlaualt tiAi) lixiviated (»r buck) 
ashes pi.; c) nirla/l. soap-boilrr's ashe^ 
pi. - '2. ithth. - 'Jtfdit. 

Ufd)rr>... O (*^...) in aHan mtiii «n;..« . 
|S.: ~fab >i Itming-tub; .^griibf /' lime- 
(of tanner's) pit; .«.falf m lime 

«liijfrig O iitiTi. (>-'-") »I ss . \'tf(6«r lb. 

«|rt)rrinittn)od| («5"«-) «. ft Asii Wed- 
nosd.iy ; n.-wlid| i ^") a. 9ib. penitential. 

äfd)trn (-''') v/u. 9id. 1. (tiadiAcia) to 
reduce to n.shea. — 2. to burn &shes; •■ 
(1 4.TmiiiB»t: to strew with ashe>. - ;!. O 
act^cIri : to steep in lime; U)aU< ^ (Un«») 
tu buek .... to boil ... in soda-water. 

ofdlidit, af(l|ig(>^") a. »ib. — i.|d)'artig. 

«If (-") m « - ^|ü II. Ito graie.l 

offlt (-") v,a. 51 c. hunt, to browsi.) 

fiflot (-(")-) tn M , .^in f iA. nflatijd) 
(-(")-") o. «*b. A ' vn. 

tld-tn (-(")") »i ■ Asia. 

nofnribrn ^^/. O 

Ißobfnirüimei ( ' ' 

«•ftif ("-"I imd).! r» (iittngt V 

Mcoticism; tli'Itt (--) »• M. .:.:.:. .4 
l»*-^) fi. »*l'. ««letic. 

o»rirpiabi|d| (""C)-^). adflrpiobf ihti 
(«-(»,). Iv) a. &*b. »I». pni$. .fr 8u;) 
Asc!iipiiid(i>:tiil, .\ ' ('*''' 

ficrniop I - -' I .y/A. 

(•>: -ll(ljl-«H 

ti|«p (--') »m.wi. « («I« 






«fp^alt (^h n» ^< Igr«.! >t ^ ««V 
(ftt-taci. -»t«) aiiphi!t<umi. 
mptloU'..., afpiiall-..., B«tt e I'K- «• 

■".: ^Iialtiq a a<phaltk: 
i<ii>.'..n(qalisri st*u«t.i 
■ohn«; «.. 
*' asphalt. 
,^;4) ] I r a. 
i: II 1U ■ 

^c. n. .'i iniutioo; 

asphal' 
aiptialttirti 
«iptjobfl * : 
Blpirant (—■ ^) j fr J "■ 
,.„p,,..i »- «lipirato-JJl"-' -..J, -</»•. 
av ; fllpirafiiB(---t5t')') 

f *i '^ ; '. ■.-i ■.. ■■ - • 

afpirtrrrn (-- 

a-M ■ • 



a ^K. gr. U> 
imr.) - II 8. 



m 9 (Vviftoif« 
J' . (hiOft-3) 



OB' i-» tiii/>f. 
niiogai (---) 

krt Aaffrm, Cfck>tltntj) n 
llilom 1-^) n/>r. n. 
Assam ; aa9 ^ <vit i'^-) m « A: 

Qflanifrfn (—-«') lit.) I r/o «a 

(«('iiiiktrill'A tiiTiitlra) tn sanitat«. — 11 V ~ 

^-vung f M sanitation. 

r cbfT flfkruratoMr ( — *'-') 

m >;, niicluianl • l'^--'') m li (««««mfl 

ins'!r>T: •!• Mrvl-rwn'er; flfffhiraB| f «• 



insurance-..., )9. ..^biirrau. .^fc: 
surance-offico ; »vflfitUldjoit ' 
company ; .%.iiintlrr m n 
— II eik. OaUt: M/flrrtct)t. .^n<'>>> ■■ ■ • 
time court, law; .^.praniir /^ premium "t 
insurance, insurano-inoni y. 
«iiffurat • {^—-) Imli.l m ü (•«• 

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'»ilifK-i 

CH<) ; iXanlnb 

ohrn. d^rn 1- 
«lltnori-' • 

(.T sssi.vtjiir 
fllilgnot m 

drawee; ^ax {•^--) " 

assiciieo; afjignirrrii \ ■ • n. .■ ». - 

cnmriicn 3. 

«irimilofi. ...... 

phy.*iot. ii~ 
axaiinil ' r. 

aWni J («^—H n»-l •• ©k 

a.-- 

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aiiiuiilirtr 

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tliiiirti \ 

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MIl.hT.SAXPHliS, 1>H »m. ^ ( 67) ^ 

11 A Sit. I'spsrin ! 



lL»i4|. 



[^tl-^ll{'...] 

«fl («J) »I ® 1. branch (au* fio.) ; dim. 
{main) branchlet, bouprh ; fid) in ?lftc teilen 
to branch out. — 2. F («uiSwudis) hunch, 
hump; fig. fitt) (dat.) e-n <!lfl lnd)in to split 
with laug-hter. — 3. iettüe im «>eij) knot. 

Sift...., a^:.. {'...) in Snen. »»• = ~')"'M " 
branch-wood, loppiii£rs/>/.;~Iorf) « liiijifm: 
knot-hole; ~loo a branchless; ~ftanbig 
* a. ranious; ~tt)frf n branches, boucrhs 
pi. (of a tree). leTümnaneiiemu?) astatic. \ 

Qftotifd) *Ö ("-^) Igvd).] a. @b. (frti bcml 

aftcn, äficn (H ^b. I vjn. (Ij.) u. firfl 
^ r.'»/?. to branch out, to ramify. — 
II gc-aftct p.p. uttb a. @b. branchy, ^ 
ramose; t^l. aui* öftig. 

Ülltfr V (''") |flrd).| f @ (China-)aster; 
a..'nrtiiic ipflanscii flpl.: <& astcraceiB pJ. 

3lftcro-ib O ( — -) [gr*-] w ©a. as<. 

(Biintr IVanet' asteroid. 

äfltictit^ (--") [grd).] f®phls.(Rmn 
»ifffTifiaft) esthetics; 3lftl)ctifrr m @a. 
estheticlistl; (iftljctiiri) a. @,b. iesthetic. 

Jlftlimo <& (>^") I grd).| w @ patli. asthma; 
«IHmotifer (^'.i"") „, @a., ofüjinatift^ 

("--) a. ■:» h. (engtrfiftla) asthmatic. 

ofiig {^") a. Igb. (Berjncißt) branchy, 
ramified; (inorrig) gnarled, knotted. 

Slftling (>^") »I ® Saifnerei: brancher. 

Slftrodinii l"^4^) @ I wp»-. «. Astra- 
c(h)an, Astrakhan. — II m (pelj.attiflct 
$ififi6) astraklian. 

3IftrQl>i.'nnH)e (^-.^^) /" @ astral lamp. 

B*^ Slftro..., oftro... {^^...) Igrd).) 
astro... (= Stern«..., 6eflirn'...). syur nWt 
angef üfttte. mit ^ anfangf ntf SUB" "i*e mon in M. I. 

«ftrioiit <27 ("(")-) Igrd).] w @ »wm. 

(rtrflcintntl 6traWtiet) astr(o)ite. 

SJftrolab «7 (-^-) n ®, ~iuili U('')") 
n @ [grd).] (©itmiilitn.mefier) astrolabe. 

Slftrolog(t) (-"i(>-) |grd).l w ® (@) 
<6tenibtutetl astrologer; Slftrologic ("""-) f 
i3 nnb @ astrology; oftrologij^ («v^l^y) „. 
^1p. astrologic. 

Jlftioiiom Qj (""-) fgrt^.] tn ® astro- 
nomer; CO. star-gazer; Slftrotiomie ("""-) 
f ^ uni) @ astronomy ;opronomiid) (""-") 
u. ^ b. a.->lruiioiiiiciil, asLniUomii-. 

aflropljotogrfljj^te /27 (""f— "{-) [gr$.] 
f @ { ebne pi.) astrophotography. 

4lfturi-cn ("-(")") npr.n. %b. geogr. 
(t^m. fean. guriitntum) Asturias (= Cöic'bo). 

Slfturier ("-("J") m @a., ~in /" @, 
oflurijc^ (-'-") a. &b. Asturian. 

Sifuiig (-") ^ @ ff^r. pasture; hunt. 
grazinp, browsing ; /x-&=*4.UqI] w fj pasture- 
land: Ai/w<. feeding-place. 

91(1)1 f"-) Igrd).) w @ (pufluÄlScrt) place of 
refupe;(für3triinnt8t!c.)asylum.home;(SiSu4) 
sanctuary; .„ für Cböadjlofe f9)a4)t^etbe^Bc) 
casual ward ; /x,.rtd)t n right of sanctuary. 

Qii)n-ortffiirf)ö( — --)|grd).|a.(gb.(im. 
•«6un»fn)asyi artete. [(Old Testament).'! 

a. J. aMr.ffit „<!l(tr§ 2rflQmcnt"= O.T.j 

atafomit -Ö (""-^) lltafü'ma in c*iiej 

m 4< (otne pi.) min. (Rubftr.emoragb) ata- 
caniite, oxychloride of copper, 
«tooieniue (— nj-^-) |lt.] m @ (ofmepl.) 

(in Zintn tntleinte (Siqtntümli^ttit) atavism. 

ate (--J npr.f.inv., myth, {©(ftulb) Ate. 

atelier ("-lit'j (ir.| m (Ss studio; ufjoto- 
jrQj)l):id)c8 ^ photographic studio. 

atem ("i") m (fcb. (o^nt />;.) breath; 
(«IB!«) breathing, respiration; (urjer ^ 
8horr(ne88 of) breath, shortwindedness; 
flufetr .„ out of breath, V puffed, b. jpfetbra 
•c. : blown ; ben .„ on», jurü(f.l)n(tin to hold 
one's bnath; ben K^tcn ^ ouc.l)aud)cn to 
breathe one's last; guten .„ bifi^en to be 
loog-winded; to have good lungs; ^ ()oIin 
•fcei idiöDftn to take breath ; tief .^ f)oIen t<j 
draw a deep breath; tpttber ju .^ fommcn 



Substantive Verbs are only given, if not translated by act (or action) of ... or ...ing. 



to recover one's breath; lofe mi^ crfl ju 
.V, fommcn give me breathing-time. 

atem...., otcm<... (-"...) in snan, jS. : 
^Beflcmmunn' ~btfrf)h)crbc f path, diffi- 
culty of breath(ing), (O dyspnoea; ~I)oIcn 
n respiration; ~lod) « evt. spiracle; ~lo& 
a. breathless: .^tofe (Stifle dead silence; 
~Iofigfctt /'breatlilessness: -x-not f path. 
heavy breathing; (fcljr) fd;n)cre -not: tO 
orthopnoea; ^jiig m respiration; bi§ juj" 
(etilen ~3uge to the last breath or gasp; in 
einem ~äuge in the same breath. 

otftnbor (-"-) a. (gb. breathable, res- 
pirable; a~feit f @ respirability. 

a-lcnH)o=J)icb (--^'^.-f) m ®, ~=fto6 (~-) 
m ® fenc. simultaneous thrust. 

äf^ol lO (--) n ® chm. (gct^u'l-aitoliol) 
ethal (CißHssOH). (ftoff) ethane (CsHe).) 

älljnn (--) n @ chm. (4itf)i)'iaBanct./ 

atl)aiiof(ian)if(^ (---(--)-)! ^It^onQ'fiiifi, 
iBifiiotI o. (^b. Athanasian; ecri. .x,e§ ®lau' 
beii§betcnntni§ Athanasian Creed. 

atljc-iemuS (-^i^) |grd).] m @, 
at^E-ifterci (-^^^!^)f@ atheism; 9ltl)c-ift 
(-^•!')m® (eotteSIcuflnet) atheist; Ot()C-iftifl^ 
(_v..>Ju) a. (§»b. atheist(ic), atheistical. 

a«P~ atljcin K. f. Altern jc. 

atljcn (■^-] npr.n. @b. ^^eopr. Athens ; 
prvb. gulen naäi ^ tragen to carry coals 
to Newcastle. Ime^r fl6t. M.inerva.\ 

ai()eiie ("--) npr.f. @ myth. Athene,! 

afl)en(i-ciif)cr ("-l^)-^", "-") m @a., 
~in f @, oHen(i-cnf)iftf) a. (gb. Athenian. 

ätljcr (-") [grd).] m @a. pof<. (= 
^imme(§=raum), pht/s., chm. ether; mit 
^ erfüllt etljereal; chf». in .v, berroonbeln 
to etherise; surg. mit ~ betäuben to nar- 
cotise with ether, to etherise. 

ätf)er<..., ött)cr=... {-"...) in Sflan, j».: 
~bilbini9 Z' au§ SiItoToi: etherification ; ~> 
bämpfc mlpl. otlier(eal) vapours jaZ.; ~> 
förmig a. etheriform; «.-fjoltig a. contain- 
ing ether, ethereous; ~i)l n chm. etherol ; 
,s,[cnntfchm. lampic acid; ~fd)lDffclföitrc 
f chm. sulphovinic acid ; /^^toeinföurc f 
chm. ethyltartaric acid, tartrovinic acid. 

otfjcrifd) (--") Igrd).] «. @b. etherea/, 
...ous; chm.^t Öle essential (or volatile) 
oils jo/.; phyK. n^t Stoffe imponderabilia/)/. 

(JltierififrbQr -27 (—"--) Igrd).] a. %h. 
surg. etherisable. \8urg. to etherise.! 

ätljcrifiercn (—"->') Igrcö.] via. ig a./ 

atlifrmon (-"-) |gv(^.| a. ^h.phys. 
(SBärmc nidit buidöiaflenb) atherm(an)ous. 

ätI)iopi-cn (-(")-(")_^) [gvd).] npr.n. 
@b. geugr. Ethiopia; ätl)ioVi-Er(in /■©) 
m @a., iitJ)iopifd) a. (gb. Ethiopian. 

atljlct (--i) Igr*.] m ® athlete; ~i! f 
@ athletics; o~if(l) a. (g.b. athletic. 

©•F~ otlinien it. f. atmen n. [(CjHj).! 

mW {-■!■) Igvd).] n ® cAm. ethyl/ 

ät^l)l>... (-^... ) in3f!fln cÄm. meifl: 
ethyl(ic), j». ^ätl)cr »n ethylic ether (C^ 
H,oO); HObi'b w ethyl iodide (C2H5 J); 
~hiaffciftoff m ethyl hydride (= Stija'n). 

äll)l)lcn (---) Igrd).] n ® cä?«. 
(älbiibenbei Sag; C2H4) ethylene, olefiant gas. 

atlont (^^) Igvd).) w @ = ?ltlQ§i. 

ailanfrn.... ("-s-...) f. <tttlQ§=...i. 

oKonfift^ ("^") Igrd).] a. (g,b. geogr. 
?^.^,e§ 5J?cer the Atlantic (Ocean); jcnfeit 
be§ 9l-cn TOeereS transatlantic. 

atlofe» (•*-)! grd).] w» @ (;t>;. a.^Itlanten) 
I npr. l.myth. unb geogr. Atlas (aui^ 
arcA. = 6cbalt'trägcr). — II.9. 2. C7 awa«. 

(etfler?>ar§wirbel) atlas. — 3.(ffartemi'er!)atlas. 

atloe^ (>iv.) JQr.j w @ (Seibi-nftoft) satin. 

afl0&....l (•2-...) l?ltla§»J inStffln, JSB.: 
~fonnQ't n typ., &c. atlas(-folio), large 
square folio; ~gebivgcM Atlas (Mountains). 



i^-) Ig'd).] 0. (gb. 
.e DJJafd)i'iie atm. 



atlng....« (•!'-...) Initios«] in Sflan. I mft: 
® satini-)..., }!8. /v-bonb n satin-ribbon; 
,x/bordjent m satin-top ; ~brofa't m satin- 
brocade ; ~följer m satin-tweel ; ^vtDcber m 
satin-weaver. — II SBfb. SJäUe: ~artig a. 
satined; ~bccre ^ f service-berry; /N/bcer> 
baum m, ~bccrF)olj « (wild) service-tree 

(t^orbiis torminalis) ; «x/fttlter »? ent. atlas 
(-moth) (Satu'mia atlas); ~3citg n satinet. 

ntlaffen ("*"^) a. ^h. (made of) satin. 

Otnicn (-") @,d. I v/w. (1^.) 1. mcift: to 
breathe; fd)n)er ^ to gasp (for breath); tief 
.„ to fetch (or draw) a deep breath. — 
2. fig. (liaueOn) bie 9!clfen .„ bufttg ... exhale 
(or emit) a sweet scent. — II vja. nnb 
vjrefl. 3. eine leine 2uit ^ to breathe (or 
inhale) ... — 4. (bcfunben) to manifest; oI(c§ 
otmct ^Jteube joy dwells in every eye; (bet- 
breiten) to spread. — III /v/b p.pr. unb a. 
(|tb. breathing; fc^mcr ^'b short- (fütXicre: 
broken-) winded. — IV a~ n @c. unb 
atmimg f @ breath(ing), respiration. 

nfmcn © (-") vja. igd. = ab-atmcn. 

ntmig (-") a. (g,b. vet. broken-winded. 

9ltmof4)t)äte (-^{^-) [gvcf,.] f @ at- 
mosphere; c-e f(6n)üle~ a stifling air; /%/!!• 
bnirf m (Mibrutf) atmospheric pressure. 

ntiiiof|)l)iirifri) ("^'f- 
phys. atmospheric; 
engine; hot-air (or caloric) engine. 

atmillig&=... (-"...) in snan, meift: respi- 
ratory J«, /xbetocgung /"resp. movement; 
/^gcräufl^ n respiratory sound or murmur ; 
~orBonc, /x/loerfjEuge njpl. anat. respira- 
tniy organs 2>/. l(Mount) Aetna, Etna.'» 

vilnn I-'") n/ir.)}. @ .(y(?or/>-.(aufgi)iiten)> 

9ltoli-en (--(")") npr.n. @b. geogr. 
.Stolia;->..erj«@a.,tttolifc^a.iiib.iitolian. 

atom ("-) [grcfe.] n @ (pi. au* ...en) 
chiiK. phys. atom , iteit©. minute particle ; 
fig. nid)t ein .^ not an atom, Fnot a speck. 

atOtn(Cn)'... ("-(")...) in 3i-ft!fln, jS- : 

~geloid)t n atomic weight, equivalent; ~' 
leljrc, ~t^eortc /'atomic theory; ~t)fr[)Qlt> 
Ilia, /x/lutfcn n atomicity. 

atomift^ ("-") Igrd).] a. @b. atomic. 

atomift ("-•*) Igrcfe.] tn @ atomist; 
a<x<iid) a. @/b. chm. atomic. ltigfeit.\ 

atomtjitnt(-~--^) Igr4.]f @ = 2Bcv.( 

otonifd) ^27 (--") [grc^.] a. (?ib. med. (et- 
Wlafft) atonic, relaxed. l6ifcn=oitriDl.( 

atrnmcnt'Stein (-"■s.-^) »» ® min. f. I 

atr(f)ibC (-(-)-") [grc^.] m @ (9Ia*tomine 
bessi'treus) Atrides,j9/. Atrid». 

atropin (-^-') Igrd).] n ® atropin(e). 

ntfd)F(-) «»J<.(Sd)abenfrcute!c.)ctnja: serves 
you right Isold again I wouldn't you like it I 

atfd)in (^-) npr.n. @- (s^nt pi.) geogr. 
(eiaat auf Sumatra) Acheen ; ~efe (^^-^) m 
@, ~efin f @, ü~efifrf) a. (kb. Acheenese. 

attodje (""^fd)-) I fr.] m @i attache. 

attentat (""-) |It.| « ® attempt on a 
p.'s life; murderous attack; ein .^ auf j-n 
mad)cn to attempt a p.'s life ; attcntatcr F 
(vvivy) yfi @a,. (would-be) assassin. 

attcft (--i), ~0t (->i^) lit.] n @ (Se!4ei. 
niauna) certificate, attestation; ein ^ aii§= 
fteHen to grant a certificate; O/N/teren vja. 
i|ia. to certify, attest, [hu'cus e'bultis).\ 

attitf) * (^") w @ dwarf-elder (Sam-i 

attifo (^"") npr.n. @ geogr. Attica; 
nttifd) a. @b. Attic; attift^eS SqIj Attic 
salt; attifd)c IRebemeife ; attijiemne (^"^") 
m @ atticism; attijift m ® atticist. 

attribut ("--) [It.] n ® (siunHib) em- 
blem, symbol; (äufecreS SeiSen) attribute; 
log. predicate; gr. adjunct; n~iö(ifri)) 
(""""fi "^---ro^la. @b. 6(b. gr. attributive. 

ä^«..., mft © (■^...) in Sf. Hunaen. I meift : 
caustic ..., jS. ^amnionio't' n caustic am- 
monia; <s.-ücrfo^ren n caustic process. — 



BlgBB (Wm' •« pas« IXj : F familiar; P vulgar; F flash ; \ rare ; t obsolete (died) ; * new word (born) ; A incorrect; scientific ; 



The Signs, AbbroriKtioDt&oddet. Ob«. (^—#) are explained at th«b«finniogr of thia bo<ik. [OtjUlir llUf'... J 



II BIk. sane <vbri}t / imlbnitui: din- | 
charge; /^bruif m .H'Hjtt. : choriiical dis- 
charge-work; /N/Qriiiib m ft« hiinr-frroiin'l; i 
retail n chni. cfiuiitic potash, potassium 
hydrate (KlIO); ~falf m raiistic iinio, ; 
quickliiiio (Ca H^ Oj) ; /vfroft/" causticity; , 
<«riiiift, .^inoiiirr /"ihivfrifiritctei: (.'t<^^hiiip; ' 
.««niiltrl n corroniv«.-, caustic; /s/nabrl f\ 

•lacltirnnft : etcliiliK- IKdili: ; ~firin r/i : 
a) — ,fiili; b) — JÖftHtii-ftcin; «^ftoff m — | 
^milltl; /x.fiiblinia't n pliarm. lorrosive 
Huliliiiiate (»r iricrrury); ««.toafltr n n(|iia- 
fortin; .«.|rilf)llling /■ftcliod i.opp<;r-I.liit(.-. 

iit)bar ('■") a. i*b. oitnidiUr, ....siblü; 
lll~rfiJ/'i^(ii.p/.)corro(/iti///y,....siblünos8. 

Vlljfl Ci") f Id I orn. -. (Uftcr. — 
2. r - '4)trü(ff. 

Qljfn (>*-) 21 c. I p/m. (1).) u. fid) ^ vlrrfl. 
1. to out, feed, graze. — II via. 2. to feed, 

(fivo food lo, flirt": to (,'orgt'. — 15. (tilk«tn) 
to bait, lurt;. — III Hf^n 0'>c. unb^ltjllllfl 
f i% 4. food. — 5. («ttft) bait. 

Öl{fn* (>*") 6i,c — qIscii. 

a\it\\*(^'^) I via. Cic. O (fl* tinficn»n) to 
corrodi!, to eat int/j; surg. to cautfrisr; 
4hipt(iflr4cici: to efch. — II n,\) p.pr. unk <i. 
0* b 1. 1; aa4: caustic (o. fin A, corrosive. — 

III ä~ 'I $4c. u. Ütjiiiifl /'^ ««>-</. caute- 
rl.satioii.ttiacieirunn: etcliiii);; aquatint(a). 

au (-) int. (e4mfr|) ^.', ^ IDCl) ! oh! 

aill^ (-) cj. I. ((b nIaUl) also; too; like- 
wise: a) ... (t lagle c« hu also ..., hu too .... 
al.so ho ...; id) fliuubt c8 I beli-vo it — 
i({) .vl MO do 1.'; fit l)<>t 11)11 g(fit)(ii she 
has 80011 him — toir -wl so iiave we I; 
It Riai ftn 2i4tri unb ^ till ^db ... and a 
hero witlial; fit t^b »it Ocin unb .^ (Mi lb ... 
and money a.i uell (F to boot); Atncbic 
u. ba)u .^ *ilatToncii ... and cartridt^cs into 
tin- IcirL'Min: ^ll üifl ^ |o tiiictl you're 
another!; nidit nur «ui, {onbcrn .>. nug not 
only liind, but also «»«; |on)p|)I grfttm nl& 
.s. (ruir both ymUT'lay und tu-iji>y ; b) a\itX 
^, bod) .,,: bai sifib in fd)5n, aber.« ttiicc ... 
beuuliful and proportionately dear — 
bno luuiitcn Git büdj .«! you, »urely, must 
havu known it!; 14 a<bt bti b^i BuA, nun 
licB (8 (abci) ^'. ... no» mind and read it! 
— bQ4 luiU idjubir » tliuit ciTtainly, I will 
(»«I. iibcc I); f) ^ nid)t: id) tann'4 nid;t I 
cannot do it - idj ^ nidil nor(ur neitlnj) 
can I ; cc ()at ItiiK (\r(U^e he hnH no 
pleaouro — ivir .v iiidit nor (ur neither) 
iiave we, nor wo eitlu-r. — 2. (I'tttmb: (icibfi, 
l*aai) ... tai tlciufk !XT5Dfd)rn evin the 
umallust drop: olxit ^ n ur }u luiiiidi without 
HO mmh as a tear; ... bii 0><fl nidit (liiiinol) 
grivartct nay, you did not even wmt; ^ 
itid)t (iiici not a kinKle one; it mag a'b<B 
obtr .^ bleiben ... or (uTi>n) stay. — 3. (v 
tiliitiitb: iDciin ..., ob ^, menn ^ |d)on, nienn 
.V gliid) even if, uvin tiiouirh; alih'>ui;h; 
toenn id) il)it -. nur jilirn barf if I may only 
see him; ob ei .. ned) |o gr>'{{ if), uiie Qn); 
er ^ ifl be ho ovei so bi^. howuwr tall In 
may bo; fo jil)r er ... lief however faxt ho 
ran; fp fcbr id) eO ... bibaiiic much an I re- 
fcret it; ob et .v flnbial \)t.\i, I* »tH n t»4 
niAiil tliouKh he may ha\o itudii'd, yri 
Hk kiiowa notliinii. — 4. WiaDgrailntinb U'tr 

ti ... (immer) fei whoever it may be, lp;c 
Pern ~ fei howrxcr this may bo; uuf 
nield)( Vlit ^ immer how(<io|i<vor; ipo ^ 
ininifi whenHsoluvcr; |p ofl er .. Ii'mmen 
mafl wln'iu'vor he may come. — 5. (aUn- 
klngi) baS ifl ^ lval)r thnt'x really true; fo 
ifl'« ^ I why, so it I» ! ; ct ifl aber « gor nidil 
bl6be ho i« certainly not at all shy: <« 
but « nur iiienin oinanvl don't forget how 
little rain we ha\e hud; fo IPiib'A .. n<o|jI 
ftinl no doubt, \ou are nicht! - 0. «■ 
ID«ni(t- Hiib ni*ar-Ut>ii: (iiiiu id) ^ Orirtldti 

© 111:1 



auf t()n bourn? (how) can I rely upon 
himV; tPOiu Ibtnn) .«? (now) what is the 

ilHe of it? — 7. (jm e«grOnkun(|) >ii biR ti 

flrpu|tT — id) mill ^ auf ben Soli i|uit<- so, I 
nm going to the ball. — H. iro.: bol t)i!it 
i|)m .« mad !Nrd)te9l 1 hope it will do him 
iniuih) irood! tu lommf) .« roirtlid) gelegen! 
u nice time for you to come, ind'-ed! 
«uiflanbli-.3nffln (-"•■«-) npr.f pi ^. 

ifiitijf. Iioi Ciibrn e«i Mni-Citlanb) Aucklar 
Kh'.yy/. ISTotint eon rritil«-3nbt(n) Oiidh.! 
*lnbl) (-) npr.n. ^ grogf. (ncTb*"! ( 
«Ubi-fni(-(-)>5)|lt.|(»iaU'l: 
flonig of the kin^). bei i-m ~ 
be admitted to (ur to coniu intu) the 
pre.->once of a p.; «s^faal m, ^jiminrr n 
audiencO' (or presence-) chamber or room. 
«ubitrur ^ (-»tS'r) |fr | v, %, fiubitor 
(--") llt.I "' W (iT4tl4debmr»«iB|«t)judjfe- 
udvoi-al«', iissi.'ssor. 

«ubilorium (--• ^(-)»') fit.) « © 1. (tii. 

laall lecture-room. — 2. (.jubbrrr'Aaft) aud- 
ience; bad Detfammelte )üt)lrc:d)e .i,. the 
:is.s)'nibled crowd of hi-arfr.t or listeners. 

«u-t (--) I— feudjte ^JieberuMg) f 8 
(rich) pasture-laud; (low-lnn^) muudow- 
land, frt-ah irrten fields^.; fertile plain. 

Wu-tr (-") m ^a. «o. aurochs, nro-ox, 

European bi.Hon (Boa iirimigr'niuji). 

«u-rr-... (--...) ia 8n«n. I zo. in oilier: 
/^falb /I calf of an aurochs; ^oA\i m — 
''iliitr. — II orn., tc. /^flffliifltl " woo<j- 
ffrouse, heath fowl; <vl)a^n m ni'untitiii 

cork, cock of the wood ( Tr'liau uro-jnilu^ I , 

•%/bal)n>bal| ^ pairiii);-titiie for mountain- 
cot ks; .^l)rnilt f, 'v^ui)n n mountain-hen. 
auf 1-^) I prp. löuBiII«: Bit dal. aul bit 
^lOit IDOV mit tier, auf bic Siagi IDOilinV 
I. mrtri: ou, U|)on; tai s>uit liegt nuf bent 
Xijd)c ... IS lyini; on tht; table; id) babe (6 
auj ben $ifd) gelegt I put it t>n the tabif; 
at i-iID(Af«i auj i-n jiit)en to draw upon a 
p. (fur • ceriaiii «iiiii); ouf ßtjte ! Upon my 
honour!; auf l^rbeii on this earth; out 
nrebit ou credit; ouf biefer Seite 00 this 
side; auf In ©etii fpieltn to play on ...; 
auf ber Clfüe on tin- spot; ouf tern ^eibcd 
on dock; bliiib auf btiben '2liigen blind in 
(..r oQ btith eyes; er lebt auf flofleii Don ... 
r he live» upon ... — 0ik. BiQi: 2. ouf bit 
«trufie beturalaiifen tt> run about the 
street; ouf dem SaQe at tho ball; auf tt 
gio^t l^ntlcninng at a fcreat distance; 
ouf j-n td)icf;tn to nri> (ur ahtiot) at a p.; 
auf bcr £d]ulc, Unii'eifttdi at »chtHd (. r 

■ tilligiO, at the uniTiraity; auf getobcm 
'ilM-flt by the »tralKhtfal route; mr 
d)em 'Ji ege tonimt trV by which r 

lii< roniingV; uU( bid nut einen all r\' > 1 t 

(ur but) oiiii; ai;f ^fnl voU In flu 

lUif bem Vanbe 

3trüf;e in thf sti 

to aerre in the navy; tein Dtrnfd) ouf bi 

^lUIt nobody in the world; »r ■•• •' ' > • 

,'iiiitmer ... in hii r<>«ni; an| b . 

the tiuin: out b't £traf:r l^en < 

to run lutu thi< atri>et (tho ^ 

I'anb tcfen to k<> in' ' ' 

auf bie üribf . to II . 

'Jj;at(i • 

aufbir', 

gu to 1 1 

to on«'' • 

climb up n tri<i<; |i(t) tiu| t'ltoien IttlOji 

til llicbt V^ltll pistol:«. - 3 im » I ' - 

»<« Cbiihi: ouf e< {^roge (e-n 
ipoiten tt> anawor a i]Uiu<tii>n • 
# auf ben Onbobet loulenbt C : 
bond« li ' ' ■ • ' —4 k. 

■ agaSii ' nn ao n 
bvati; ou: ein '4 

iro »o A |'«'iinil : . • 






ten Cuabratjon .. 10p</anda to th« «i .ar« 
in<:h. -- .*> »ft A< !><•! ■■■■«ra: aaf I«« 
"flbenb t..,w,iri]» <:»i:ii' .• i;;i' i n '•• jrn» 
bi'd for a iii"ni»-rit , tt 

•!- •'•• ■ ■■ •■ ■• e» 

-f 

I« 

•1 :n 

,;:i: i... *r: m\.-«t 

!■< otbt auf acan 

• - ife- Sitxul 

Out ojüf. .■ ;'iart«r 

inf »m 

■ ^ ■••! »«• 

tere« .-. — ». (yai|) 

auf ni _. .. . . ofl.r- nuf 3brf 

IBitle at ytiur ri>(|u>'<t: a.. »oa by 

reaaon of; auf bo« l|in •:. — ••-th 

of that. — 7. («It ack »<i'«. • :*« 

tar4 adp., |JB : n • '" • ., 

otherwise ; cut •: > ; 

auj t)oll'em fi' ■ : 

auit btfte in - 1; 

null t)ditnt in .f 

icIgeiiBe 'Art ii. r; 

iitif alle t^dUe (• leOrnjüU«) in any caa«; 
auf einmal a'l nr .,nri>; ouf brulM ia 
iierman;c: ' te ^rl in the PraiKii 

lasbion; c..;. .-:.iool)l at random; taf 
^ b^f (Hefnbr b'H at your rifk; ouf feint 

PuftiH fommtn to c. • - — - -•• ^^ 

oiift neue anew; 9 

** " * : ! ;uf I-ii, cu' <I ;i'.;::i t-» 
•w) a p. a th : i« mMa 
ti.i\t am :ö::efe ... U'tU-r > r, 

one lettt-r afttr another — '• I 

auf ^ifud) fein bei .. t<' ' ;1 

...; out bie ^ogb (ouf 9i<. -'• 

liuntinfrltravflliniei, d., n 

to be tif RToat const-oi; -t :> 

auf fid) it dt>09 not f 

i-d (JtfiunDbnt (au4: i... .• ;. .: . ~.:.k 
(to) a p.'s health, tu toast a p. ; ^ auf 

ai)ad)f iteben t.. • ' — II atfr 

lU laaarbfabin' !'t:onhi]rb. 

— 'II. ouf UUb 111' it> 

and down , (b'.a u- : *. :ir 

ouf ober lib .. u. ...A 'äu| und 

Hb the ups Mul . v — 1; »^. '- *»t 

Hntar.g Bit f)«t^(n t« : t 

ob ge(;en (jietjin .>e.| 1 

up and di>wii ,.r ti> 'ft 

fleigrn to asctiii u : • | 

to mount and 11 

gebtn, jiebcn. 1 a. .. u 

to run (or be) ott, t: i 

'.AiU .- r 

ip aiul ■'. II 

I 

I 

t» 

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'fltlV. 



14 Mn ... 01 

■> "^ out fro; 

ntn to - 



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if 



out-... I 

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tioai or Bi» 



f'iUtfä^... — 5lUfUrUÖ)] S u 6p ant. Serbe fmb meift nur gegeben, imnii fie md)t act (ob. action) of... at. ...mg 'au'en. 



iSB. ^tiicbcn to serve up. — 7. fflufltetn ('ui- 
position). jS. .vbfubcn to lay on (a p.'s 
shoulders). — S. a'itbtrtciunfi (repetition), 
iB. .».d'onnen to warm up. — 9. SuwaW 
{increase). »». .vfdjtücUen to swell up. 

Qiif-odijcn (-''") !-•/"• (I).) @c- sep_ to 
groan lieavily,todraw (or heave)adeepsigh. 

auf-acfeni (->'") p/a. @d. sep. to plough 
up or over again, to break (the) ground. 

Quf-orbcittn (^^-^) gb. sep. 1. im 
Scrtat: to use up. — 2. (öffnen) to break 
open, tint Siüt ^, au4 : to force (open) ... — 
3. (auiiiii4«n) Hidt ic. : to renovate, to do up. 

— II rjn. (b.) 4. (tcncnben) to finish (a task). 

— Ill fid) .„ t'lrefl. 5. to OTer-exert o.s. 

— 6. (trnpotRrtbtn) to work one's way up. 
out-oluicii (--") tin. (b.) (gd. Sep. to 

breathe again or freely; au* ßgr. (mietev 

frei) .V to recover, to feel relief, to revive. 

auf-ä<}fll (->'") vja. @c.sep. \. surg 

(tut(t 4i5miiiti cffntn) to open by corrosives. 

— 2. © tint ÄupfttKatle ~ to etch ... 

ouf-barfcn (->'") ^r. sej). I vja. 1. (itiie= 
ber) ~ to bake afresh. — 2. aOes SKe^i ~ to 
use up ... ill baking. — 3. (aufiieten) to bake 
onto; Sonntn.v to garnish with ... — II i-in. 
(fn) auf et. ~ to adhere to a th. in baking. 

ailf-boÖ«« {--"") I «'/a. @a. sep. im 
6ara ~ to put ... on the bier; bie S?cirf)e 
(fcicrlid)) ~ to lay out the body (in state). 

— II auf-bol)ruH9 f @ »on Sürritn «. : 
lying-in-state. [(or pile) up in bales. 1 

auf-ballen (-^") vja. @a. sep. to put/ 

ouf-bonjcn (->^") vja. @c. sep., agr. 
Porn ~ to pile up (sheaves in a barn). 

91uf-bau (--) m @ 1. erection, (e-s Sunft. 
tttticj) composition. — 2. superstructure. 

ouf-boucn (--") vja. u. vjt-efl. @a. .9q». 
1. to build (or raise) up, to erect; fd)netl 
^ to run up; fi(b fiujentoeife .„ to rise 
gradually. — 2. ju ai^cibnodjien -^, au* 
abs. ^ to set out the Christmas gifts. 

auf-baiimen (--") vjn. (b.) @a. sep., 
hunt, to climb up (or seek refuge on) a tree. 

auf-bniiuitn ("-»') $ia. sep. I vja. Q 
Eittrti : tit Reitt ^ to beam, to wind up ... ; 
kas «tttitbe ~ to take up ... — II fit^ .^ 
virefl. to rear, to prance. 

ouf.boujdjen, .boufcii f--") @c. sep. 

I vja. to puff (up); F torn grauti.Kcitc: to 
puff (or swell) out; ftg. to exaggerate. — 

II tin. (().) unb vjrefl. to swell, lag (out). 
auf-tefitibeu (-- J^) fii^ ^ vji-efi. ^ a. sep. 

to be (still) up (= nod) au| fein; f. oiif 13). 
ouf-bf{)oIten {^^^i^) I t/a. (|op. «cjo. 

1. ben tout .,, to keep one's hat on. — 

2. bie 9uigen .», to keep one's eyes open. 

— II 9U n @c.: boS 91^ be§ jgutes ift 
ni(bt erioiifat: hats to be taken off!, hats 
off!; please remove (your) hats! 

ouf-beif;tn (--") via. ^n. sep. to bite 

open; 5iiii;e .^ to crack nuts. |nt;cn l.\ 

ouj-bcijcn (--") vja. (Si,c. sep. = auf--/ 

otif-ttlcmmen (-i^v^v) ^/a ^(. ^^^ 

1. rist Hut K. : to get open; eintn 4?ul: to 
get on. — 2. (auf-tfltn) to eat up. — a.e*uit : 
roir linben clroa§ ^ we had a lesson set us. 

ouf-bf reiten }^ (-^--i^) vja. ^b. sep., 
metall. 1?:^.^ to dress ores; na6: to wash. 

ouf-berpen (-^«i") I t/n. (fn) (^d. (He^e 
btt^enj sfp. to burst (open); to split, 
orack ; son btr fyanl, an« : to chap. — II 31^ 
n @c. unb ?luf-betffunB f % bursting, 
»pliKtingj, crttck(ing), chap(ping). 

oul-bff'trn (^«J") I via. $id. sep. io 
ameliorate; baS ®e[)Qlt eine« äBtamttn .>, to 
rai.se (or increase) the salary of ... — 
II 9l<%, n 6?c. unb M/vung f % ameliora- 
tion ; rise of salary, increase of jay. 

QUfberoa^ren (---^j I t/a. si a. s«p. 
to keep, gave, lay up; gut oufbciuabrt in 
safe keeping; i>a§ läßt fid) nicbt ^ it does 



not keep; fig. JU groBcn Singen aufbeti)Ql)rt 
spared for ... — II 9l~ k @c. u. SUlUlfl 
/■ @ keeping, preservation; j-m ct. äum 
?U geben to give a th. in charge of a p. 

9luf-bcl»nl)rer (i'-'-i") m @a. custodian. 

^Inf-bciunljningg',.. (""-^...) in Sffan: 
~ort, ~l)In^, ,x,rnnm m depository, recep- 
tacle; fQtiffiöMaudi: warehouse; fürfloribat. 
(titcn: safe-ioom; ~}ininicr A « cloak- 
room, luggage-office. 

ouf-bifßCH (--^) vja. @f. sep. to bend 
upwards; (aufmalen) to unfold, bend open. 

niif-biefcn (--") I vja. @f. sep. 1. (per- 

tflnben) toproclaim, ein SraulJjnat^tO publish 
the baiius of ...; F fg. j-n ^ to abuse 
a person. — 2. (juiammtntuifn) to call up; 
X eoltatcn : to raise, to levy ; bie Sanbluebt : to 
call out; bfl§ SSo» in Waffe ^ to call the 
people to arms; to raise the country. — 

3. fg. (onnrcngen) oDe f-e ßröfte, oüe (f-e) 
DJiittel, nßeä (ÜJJöglicbe) ~ to make every 
possible effort, to do one's (very) utmost; 
to strain every nerve; f-n gonjcn Ginflufe 
n.. to use one's interest (or influence) to 
the fullest extent. Patter: to move heaven 
and eartli. — II 9J»v w @c. u. 9luf-btctiino 
/■@i proclamation; publishing (of ban (n)s); 
X levy, call(ing) to arms; mit 91.^ung aüer 
Ü reifte with the utmost exertion. 

oiif-binbeit (-«f") vja. ^a. sep. 1. (ouf. 
tniijifen) to untie, unbind, undo; weiiS. to 
loosen. — 2. (fiefcftigen) to tie up; 4/ ein 
Scflel ^ to furl ,..; fid) fclbft eine Siulc ^ to 
make a rod for one's own' back. — 3. F 
fig. j-m et. {mäi: e-n SBöven) ^ (j-n anführen) 
to impose on a p., F to gammon (or hoax) 
a p.; et läfet [\ij atleS ~ F anything will 
go down with him. — 4. ba§ ©circibc .^ to 
bind ... into sheaves. — 5. ein fiieib ic. : to 
tuck up; boS ^aax: to do (or tie) up. 

o«f-bIäf)cn (--") (ga. sep. I vja. to 
(cause to) swell, to puff up or out; in 
aOBinb b(äl)t bie Seflel Ouf ... fills ... — II fjdj 
.», virefi. to be puifed (an* fig. Dor Stolj 
with pride). — III oilf-gcblnljt/j.jo.unb a. 
@b. swollen,(aufflebunien)bloated; flatulent. 

— IV3U« @c.u.9luf-blöI)llnG/'@swell- 
ing, inflation, bloatedness; flatulence. 

ouf-blnfm (--^) @p. sep. I vja. unb 
vlt-efl. 1. = auf-bläl)cn I u.Il. — II vja. 
2. to fill with wind ; cine SBIafe ic. ^ to dis- 
tend, blow out. — 3. (öffnen) berSffiirb blie§ 
bie 5S:f)iir oiif ... blew the door open. — 

4. (in bie ^lö^e blafen) to blow up. — 5. J" 
e-n 2:ufd), e-e fjanfare ^ to sound a flour- 
ish (of trumpets! ; jum SRüdjugc «, to sound 
the retreat; cinai Sonj ~ to strike up 
Inr a dance. — III nuf-geblofen p.p. unb 
a (gb.e. f. I unb II. — 7. bloated ; flatulent. 

— 8. fig. haughty, F bumptious, 
ouf-blältei« (-^«i«-) igd. sep. I vja. 1. ein 

SBue^ ^ to turn over the leaves of ... — 
2. eine iRo[c ^ to Open the leaves of ... — 
II fitf) .. vjrefl. (f. 2) to open, 
aiif-blfibcn (^■^") vjn. (fn) @o. sep. 

1. to remain open. — 2. (nid&t ju Sett geilen) 

to stay up; njeiis. to keep late hours. 

Sluf-blitf (■^^)»i ® upward glance ; ini-v, 5u 
... (reverently) looking (or glancing) up to... 

Ollf-blitfcu (^'i-) vjn. (I).) @a. sep. 1. to 
raise one's eyes to; fig. jn j-m mitsicdiunfl .., 
to look up to a p. — 2. (aufWiiicn) © metall. 
to gleam, to shed lustre, to brighten. 

onf-bliljen (-^«J-) I vjn. (jn ui;b i).) @c. 

Sep. = Quf-bliden 2; fig. Don Qicbnnfen: to 
flash (through one's mind). — II 9U n 
%c. lightning(-glance); flash (of light). 

onf-blii^cn (^-f-) I vjn. (fn) i&a. sep. 
to (begin to) blossom or bloom; boll aufge- 
blüljt full-blown; fig. ..be gd)i;nl)cit bud- 
ding beauty; ..be Stabt rising town. — 
II 9I/V w @i c. blossoming ; fig. rise, growth. 



ouf-bo^ne(r)n © (--") vja. 6ia.(d.) sep. 

ben Sulboben ~ to wax (or polish) ... 

ouf-boJ)rcn © (--") vja. ig,a. sep. to 
bore open, to open by boring. 

oilf<bo>n, .boljeu 4/ (--") vja. @a. sep 
lauf bcm SBafjer flott tt^nlten) to buoy (up). 

auf-borgen (->*") vja. (ga. sep. to boi- 

row, takeup loans; Slnf-borgerw borrower 

auf-broffen st (-•^^) vja. @c. sep. (auf 

ben Sffitnb brafjen) to bring (or heave) to; 
(bie aucbtoffen on^olen) to brace in. 

auf-broten (--") vja. @p. sep. to roast 
afresh, [use up, to wear out ; to consume. \ 

OMf-bvou(^en (--") vja. @a. sep. to I 

onf-braueii (--") vja. @a. sep. 1. = 
brauen. — 2. to use up in brewing. 

onf-brQufen (--") I vjn. (^. u. fn) @c. 
Sep. 1. to eftervesce ; bom aicin : to ferment ; 
»on ber See: to surge. — 2. fig. to fly into a 
passion ; cr brouf} leid)t auf he quickly fires 
u]). — II ,,..b p.pr. u. a. (gib. eflFervescent ; 
fig. hot-tempered, irascible — III 5I~ 
n @;c. effervescence; fermentation; chm. 
ebullition; fig. (burst of) passion. 

9luf-brf t^-... (■^^...) in 3flfln, jS. : ~lo(ti © n 
be8 ®ias ofeni : tunnel (for the melting-pot). 

nnf-brcfJjen ("**") i^d. sep. I vja. 1. ee 
S^iit .N, to break (or force) open ...; mit 
bem $eM ~ to prize up; ein Sd)Iofi ^ to 
pick a lock; einen »tief ^ to open ... — 
2. hunt, tin 2Diib : to disembowel, to evis- 
cerate. — 3. agr. (um^flliflcn) to plough. 
— 4. © ba§ !ßf(after ^ to tear (or take) 
up the pavement. — II vjn. (fn) 5. (ft* 
üffnen) to (burst) open; uon ©eie^raüten: to 
break ; ion bet ©aut: to crack, to chap. — 

0. (rafc^ fottjieien) to start, to move olf, F 
to decamp; kx to break up the camp. — 
III 2l~ n ® c. breaking open ; »on ei^läffem : 
lock-picking; hunt, evisceration. 

ouf-breiten (—") vja. @.b. sep. to 
spread, display; ba§ S;ifd)tud) ^ to lay (or 
spread) the cloth ; 9luf-breit>niaf(f)tne © 
(--'^-^)f@ep\ni\exei : blower and spreader. 

aiif-brennen (-"*") @a. sep. I vjn. {\n) 

1. to take fire, to flare up; fig. to fly into a 
passion. — II vja. 2. (aurbraud^cn) to burn 
up; to consume by burning. — 3. (burcft 
gfcuei auftrügen) to renovate by fire. — 4. j-m 
eine fiugcl ober F ein§ ~ to fire at (or on) 
a p. — 5. i-m (ob. auf et.) ein ^fitben ~ to 
mark (or brand) ... with a red-hot iron. 

oiif-bringeu (->'") I vja. (ga. sep. 

1. (öffnen) to (get) open. — 2. (auflisten) tu 
raise up; (aufjitJien) axitS): to rear, to bring 
up. — 3. ein ©efdönft - (enipcvOüngen) to push 

(or nurse) ... — 4. (emvotiftaffen) ©etrcibe (auf 
ben SBoben) ^ to gamer; to take (or hoist) 
up grain into the loft. — 5. eine Wobe .„ 
(einführen) to introduce (or set, start) a 
(new) fashion. — 6. HetOeififtaffen) ©clb IC : 
to raise, gemeinfdSoftHc^ : to club together; 
bie jToften -. to bear (or defray) the ex- 
penses ; X 2tu|)t)en: to levy, muster; Sengen, 
SBtwcife : to produce; \t ein Sd)iff .v to capture 
(or make, bring in) a prize. — 7. fig. (auf. 
teijcn) to provoke, irritate; ta^ loirb ibn 
fcljr ^ it will put him out terribly; (auf^ 
liefen) to set against a p. — II nuf-gcbtari)t 
p.p. unb a. (gb. 8. f. 1 bi§ 6, — 9. fig. 
(f. 7) (gegen j-n, fiber et.) angry (with a p., 
at or about a th.); tt iff fcbr anfgebiad)t .. 
very indignant, in a towering rage; leirf)t 
aiifgebvQd)t irascible. — III 9(~ n @c. 
unb ^luf-bringUHö f @ raising (up) ; einet 
SKobe: introduction; X levy; J/ capture; 
fig. provocation. [prizes).) 

Sliif-brinöcr vi (-•*") m @a. captor (ofj 
auf-brobcl« (--^) vjn. (fn) @d. sep. to 
bubble up; to boil up; to effervesce. 

Sluf-brutl) (-^) m (gl 1. start, starting, 
move, departure, X anc^: decampment; 



8» tt^tn (am~ |. 6. IX) : F jomiliär ; P 3}ol[§fprad)e 



r ©ounerfpracfee; \ ftltcn; t olt (au« geftorben); 



neu (a\iii geboren) ; A unri(btig; 



tie S''*«". ^i« ?lblürjunßfn unb bif abflffonbrrtrn »nnfTfiingfn (-» — •) finb eem frMart [^-tlUlUr... ^lUiffl...] 



rinn CflcSMaft: brcnk-up; t*i (tr Zu' ; 
itiff from dinner. — 2. hunl. entrails, 
guts f)l. — fflgi. au4 aii|-brt(j)cn III. 

oiilbrii^fn (■--") öj,a. »^p. . Qiif-P«bcn. 

oiilbrullfn ("•'") «•/"• <Ö ) 'i«- »<'/'• *« 

r'liir (illonil); ton JlinUtn : t<j low, to bellow. 

auf briinuitrii {->'") Cti n. »fp. I p/«. 

fl).) 1. to growl. — 2. <!/ (auf »rn «runb 
f«itfn) to run nffroxini. — UN, »/a. tut. 
Wtm : jm fiiicn biiiiimcn ?iiiigtn ^ to pro- 
voke II J), to a ilu«l. I put up booths. 1 
auf biibrii ("-") vl». (!).) 4i b. »rp. to/ 
auf-bii(ifln (--") via. 5i d. »ep. to (press 
down Willi a hot) iinii; einrn |>ul ^, ofl : to 
do ii|i ... Iplnnk (tlio sides of) n ship.) 
nuf-bujtn vl (--") r/a. Cia. «r/j. to/ 
auf-biirbfu ("■*") I f/a. fti b. aep. 1. j-m 
fin» tafi .,, (au4 /i^.) to burden iF to .saddle) 
a II. Willi ..., to inifio.se (or lay) on him ... 

— 2. fig. (jut Cad if,ifn) to imjiute a 1h. to, 
to throw (or put) fill' blame (for a th.) on 
a p. — II Hfs, n O'jc. unb 9Iuf-biirbuufl f 
O burdening:; imposition; imputiition. 

auf-bürjtfH (-•'■'^) via. «tib. »>p. 1. to 

brush lip; t-n Out .v, au*: to trim up ... — 
2. ltoiii»atrirn)bitOa.itc: to bru.sh up or back. 

auf-bnmrn (^->') rfa. 6i n. nep. mi'tiifi 
tiK'iown II kin)? (at draughts). Idiim up.) 

aiif-böninirn (->*") via. it a. stp. t« / 

auf-bäninirrn (-'■'") p/w. (|ii unb t) ) ft d. 
t'i>. loiii iü,|f: to dawn, to break; tint 
liljiund) ^bt .Ooffnunn n faint gloiim of hope. 

ouf-bainpftu (^'^") r/w. (fn) ^i.a. »»•/>. 
to stonni up, to rise as steam or smoke. 

auf brrfru (-"'") I via. ei a. »ep. 1. to 
cover over; bnS 2if({)tiid> .^, ah». ^ to lay 
the cloth. — 2. (iiofiiratn) to iitieover, (la) I 
hare; ftff. to discjuse, revenl; fein £l>ifl , 
to show one's hitnd or cards; tiucn ^JJife- 
brand) ~ to cxpo.sc an abuse. — II fif>, 
u pKii-. niib 91ufbr(fun|) f 49 laying the 
cloth ; fir;, disclosure, revelation; exposure. 

aufbrid)ru (--") via. dia. */•/). to dike. 

auf-bitntn X ("-") r/«. (I).) $1 a. »rji. 
torn (^tnicincn .^ to ri.so from the ranks. 

auf-biUfltn \ (-•'") r/fi. Si a. mb 60a. grj>. 
all v<(iiin(i ^ to bind a.s an approutice i'<. 

auf bonurru ('-''") 01 d. »rp. I r/n. (in) 
to oiien with a thundering noise. — II F 
via. unb rlrrfl. (flrf) .^) ~ (tllfpltljrn IF. 

auf-boppfin O ("«'") r/n. ^d. »rp. 
C^ubmaAfttl : l|l.'n](rn) to close, to sew to- 
gether, fdry- «.ill .^ (batten) to kiln-dry. | 

auf biirrrn (-''") via. Cia $/'p. Cbfi: to/ 

auf-brauflru (->*-) r/o., r/>v/f. 51 a. »rp. 
1. (eUntn) to push open ; itni IbOf : to break 
open. — 2. (»fbfn) ifid)) .^ to rise (with 
groat force). - ;i. fl,;. (aulneiljirn) j-tU ft. .^ 
to force (or press) a th. on a p.; fltt) j-ni 
.V to ohtrudo OS. \ipon a p.; tic 3wriM, bit 
fl(t) iiiir ^ ... which crowd into my mind. 

oufbrthni ("->') Ota. »./>. I via. l.an« 
fl(f).vr'/rr//. to untwine, untwist; (auKalnn) 
to ravel out; vt tin T«u : to unstrand. — 
8. (ennrn) bfn O^tn : to turn on ; rint SATaitc . 
to uiiHcnw. — 3. (naA e»«n btttrn) to turn 
up(wardH). — II ^^ tt 9«c. untwining; 
unravelling; unscrewing; flufbrtlj-trtifibf 
O f a t(tUni: throwing »hcil. 

auf brtlrtirn (-<*^) via. «htn. (|. brf|(tnil 
»(•/>. to I 111 ash out nil theshearos. ||)cn 1. 1 

auf briflrin 1 '1 -1 d, •<•/». — imf-btc»! 

ouf briuflrn ( ' 1 x». »»p. I r/n. (|n) 
)U il. ^ to rise (or strive up, press up) to ... 

- II iv'n. unb vlt'fft. m- lint >rili',(iai :l. 
aufbiinnlirtj ("•-'-) u. .■ isivo; 

ofnciou.s, »Uff it /"ft ohti ., ,.s; ..I. 

flciousness; fluf brin(|linn "i » Intruder 
auf bruffru (-'•>-'") v,a. Oia. »r;». to im 

print, to jiriitt iin; 6lrniti(I ^ to stamp oii. 
auf briirftu ("•*") r,'«. at a. j»r/>. I. (4«*. 

rila'nl to impress(ur print, stnmpl on: >iu 

41 fDilfcnjitall; ® ttdintt; X ' 



^ t<> imprint kiNse^ ,,n ih* lipa. — 2. (tftan) 
to press (or break) open. 
aufbunfrn [^^•^) I r/a.. r/«. (fn) ■. fi4 

.V vjiffl. il c. »rp. to »Well up or out. — 
II auf-Qtbunfrn pp unb a. ^b. pufTed up 
or out; (lUfflfbliuftllfS ©tfiltll bloated face 

aufbunfttn (--*") I vjn. (fn) >ib. »rp. 
to evaporate, to st<>ftni away. — II %» 
n ^c. urb "Muf-bnuftunn f M evaporation. 

auf'buDrn -l ("-id-') vin. f^).) ;i a. »rp. 
(obiatirn) to bear (tho shiji) up or round. 

auf-tgnrn (-<*") vja. »la. »rp. Vi lay 
op' n (nr tireak) by harroviiig, to harrow. 

aufrin-aubrr (--"*") adv. one upon (or 
after) another; atop of one another; «hA 
btt'Anrtirnb nil ttm verb, |0. : .%. folßru to 
succeed; .^ l)rilifrn to heap (or pile) up; 
-^ pla^rn, ... ftofirn to clash (together), to 
collide; \t ^ trribtn (»on CAHfm) to run foul 
of one another. — Sfi. a. ^uf-tinonbrr-... 

9Iuf-rinanbrr>..., a~«... (--'"..) insnj„ 

'vfolgr f siKc'ession; ^folflrnb a. suci-.s- 
sivo; M^äufrn n accuniuliition; >vlfgru n 
fjrom. superjiosition; />.lirBrn n incum- 
liency; © (untratlmatiart) overlapping; ~« 
|)Iat]rn « tftOirinrt clasliing(tog.-ther),con- 
Mict;/vffof{wicollision;<»,trfibfnvL»ifouling. 

auf-cifrU ("-") via. ^IC. »rp. tlam Xr 4. 
3Iu§ .V to break the ice on .... to clear ... 

«uf-fUt-ljalt (-"<') m ^ \. hindranc. . 
stoppage, (Bft'n.^iunfl) delay; rbnt .^ witi - 
out sto|)ping; A n'if Ii^ngc ifi btr .v in 9}.V 
how long sliall we stop at N.V — 2. (»n. 
lüfiien) stay, luTjfi: sojoiim; fn ... n.^m^n 
bti tostaywith. — 3.(Ciildwe||ing([ilac-. ). 
'tänblflft: (permanent) residence, domicile, 
tfllebitt : haunt ; ol). ftflcit .^ without settU d 
a^otle, vagrant; (ton »ciffm) nomadic. 

Wuf-tUt-holt*'- ("""*-..) in Stl'lnnc«. 

I«.: «vbautr.M'it /'•'">»" of s*»y; Ü s*"l'- 
pagp, time for refresiiment (»ji. auA 91uf' 
ful-bolt 1); <vfartr f foieign resident's 
licinre; /^ort tn ~- Wuf-cnt Ijolt 3. 

ouf rrbaurn (---»') via. si a »ep. — ouf» 
biiiKM : b b fit/, to edify larbi 8*» ff-bautu' 

auf-trlfflfU (""-") I r/a. Jia. »rp. i-nt 
tt. .V to impose (or enjoin) a th. on a p., 
fiattri: to dict.'ite a th. to a p.; «itaff«: to 
inflict; firt) (</(/^) Swang ^ to force o.s. ; 
flrt) ffititu ^S'U'i"9 »1 •'': '" be free and 
easy I in one's manners). -- II U^n Hc.n. 
fluf-rrlrguug ft« imposition; infliciinn. 

ouf-rrfttl)ru l"^-'"') I r/n.lfu) »t,»rp. 
to rise (up) from the dead; t. VIultr|lnnbi» 
ntr an. lisen from tho dead »r the grave. 
— II H<»< n Wc. unb flufrrflrl)ung f m 
rrl. rising (from tho dead), resurrecti' 1,. 

9luf'rrftrl)uufl8<... ("--"...) 1« Sfian. sr. 
<^.fffl n Kiisi.'t ümUtäI; >vmai'.n »n (wi*<ri 
«uitiJbn) bodt 'vtog m day uf 

resunection . t' i-day. 

ouf fitoitrtifii I ■ '■ ) r H (fn) 81». •<■/•. 
to ii»aku; /i/. IV ni Tobt ^ — on|trfltb<n 

auf trtvrtfru ( •^'^\ I r/n. ai». »rp • 
raise (from 11 dtnd). to resinci'afe. 
II fi», n o-'c mb finf rriortfung f *i 
lalsliiir (i* "f I a'MU>l, resiMcitation. 

fliilrinifrffr 1 ' 1 m wa. on« wh» I 
iiiises the ■' '.inftt ^ \< ■ 

. . will call 

ouf rr|irt)(u 

luing ( r ri nr* 

out r' 1 
to cor. ;. , . 

ouf-faDrIn ( •'-) «•«. :td. »rp.\nt** 
pabrn I •tcnl to thrvad, to «tring. 

fluf-fotirfii (' -^) f*r. »«•/». I »>. Ci 

I. »oa »tart tUt K. : to t^T ■ • " 

l»f(a»ii) to mount, to go ui 

to • • ' , : :. 






ail !(■ MlaV 10 e4it4) to start ap ; ki y 
I ••4car (r«»«tfllrjn) bn C'aat fi^ on* 
I ri««i (or flie*( up — 4. fl'j. lis 8*t« fnai« 
to fire np, to fly into ■ paasion or tamper. 

1 — 5. (f»Ttt'4 --•-•—' »•• - •-.••; 

' (»»t'atrnl to •'. — 

:„., „ ,_ I . .^^ 

I ■ Tt 1» 

to I'. II I'-, V, ■ •«). 

— II via. 7. t» 

place, to rrtn/e, t • ► \w 

up... (in a Iff'. !• Ü • rf 

U) plant t 

to brie.' R ; „. 

m-a) l^r^f ouf IB^rV« u. .«. to : ill 

on ...; auf rint flaaitt Ait4 ^ i. .. .. . lo# 

macadamise)... — 9.(»«44ib««ra)brannv<«- 
to damngp, to br^.-tk open ; ( }• ' rstj ■ 

to cut up; X to diitw or r- ; ■«, 

tunnel*). _ III ^t p pr ;: ; ■ f\jf. 

(tcfttj) hasty, pansionat. -la- 

cible - IV «^ '■ ,» : 

~».irt(ingi: fl'j 'C- .n; 

vt strand ' .ruuitd; Ü colli- 

sion. — f f. 

«uf-fol|ti I 1 Q^.li 

.. asc< ri«l n f _ •!); .. 'h 

f-ml . • , ■(■■S4«'ii 

ciritii., ..;., . >. -rm 

t>a«t»: drive, a. H J: 

areh., frt. TtLiuy. «it 

flafiuji entry in state .«4 

auf brai Set 

ouffoUfi. I 'n) 

1. aieitl: to fall (ur sir.-. ^b 

5iBl; 2. hunf. ri-t Mttan rtt 

^ to find • • _ 8. (; K^ 

tifam) to 0; lling. — 4 . •. » 

( 9rfrcaibn rnfl*»»« ) to ttrlk»', to <urprl»r, 
nitfft: to shock a p.: '»^ n'-« ^ to attract 
att<ntion; fg |p:r^ t ^, bo^ ^ 

everybody will noti, > >. . — II r'a. 
5. ficb (Hat.) btn Popf ^ to break one's h<<«d 
in falling — III ^t ppr. a-i a Mb. 
<K 1« bfn Bfb. bH tnf. — 7. — aiiifi.'tg. 

- W »l~ « rtc I. I (,>,«,» 

eitattm lt.: incidence; r •ipa'-t. 

oul-ftiUiB (-''*') a. 3*1. :. r». 

• •■m' 'it. . . tr V «urpri-inir , • ♦; 

.J 



^!f 2ü(tt l)at tt. 11. 
strange a'o.it .t 
character. 
b«i ei l-n ■ 
nnf Inltri 

.^l^M^f . t.. 



ail' 'iiii>it>iu 
fill» UlltiVf 
.^opparat 'o 1 

^ ii 1 ii .* ' 



I »It 

!. — 

VIlM 
^ (•• 






wont or tw 

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f5lUff ö... 5lUfrtC...] Substantive Verbs are only given, if not translated by act (or action) of „. or .^ing. 



auf-faic(r1n(^--)f/o.(u.p;'v/?.)@r.(d.) 
»«7». to unravel, to ravel out, to fray (out). 

QUt-loilfn ("•'") vja. @c. Sep. 1. täpct- 
114: to catch (or pick) up; cine Wafd)e ~ 
to take up a stitch; asttien: to thread. — 
2. finnii*: to perceive, conceive; Bt'f'a: to 
apprehend; ten iSrunb aui: to comprehend, 
understand; F to take in; eine 3icae, StcUe 
ridjtig ^ to interpret (or read) ... correctly; 
id) |üi)f t§ onbcrS ouj I look at it in a 
different light; ct. falji - to take a wrong 
view of a th., to misunderstand it; abs. 
fiipcr .^. to be slow of apprehension. 

?liif-fanitn9 ("M f® 1. conception; 
apprehension; comprehension; luid) tn-r 
^ as I take it, from my point of view. — 
2. (Statunä) interpretation, reading, ver- 
sion; faliite ^ misconstruction. 

Sluf-rajiUlig?'... (-^^...) in Sftfln : ~ait, 
~toei)r f apprehension : point of view; «„= 
la^iflffit, ~9nbr, r^!xa]t f, .^.»crinögcn n 
perceptive faculty, power of conce|)tion 
or apprehension; phis.: -27 perceptivity. 

Qui-feilcn (--^) via. Si a. sep. 1. to 
file (again). — 2. (aufpu^tn) to polish by 
filing. — 3. (äRncn) to open by filing. 

oiif-fcudjtcn (--") vja. @,b. sep. to 
moisten (or wet) again; to damp afresh. 

oiif-firöcln F (--") vja. u. vjn. (I).) (gd. 
Sep. einj .s,, (juin 5an;c) ~ to strike up a 
dance on the fiddle; to play on the violin. 

ouf-fiiibbar (->'-) a. @b. discoverable. 

Slui-finbe. ... \ {^■^^...) in Sf-fSan, »s.: 
«^6ud) n book of reference. 

Quf-finben {-•^^) I via. @a. sep. to find 

(out); 6e6eimcS: to discover. — II 2l/>» n 

®c. unii 'Muf-finbung f @ discovery. 
Sluf-finbcr (-^") m @a., ~in/"@ finder. 

?lu(-ftnbHng8>... (-"^"...) in Silgn analog 

„Qui-finbin"', js. : ^gabe, ~funft /"talent 

for discovery. [new-varnish. I 

auf-firnificn (•^'«fv/v) ^^ja^ @c gf,p to/ 
ouf-fiid)cn (-'*") via. @c. sep. to fish 

up or out: au* fiff. to pick up, to find. 
oiit-flacfern (-^") I vin. (frt) Sj-d. s^jo. 

to flare (or flicker) up, chm. to deflagrate. 

— II 'Urs, n @c. chm. deflagration; fig. 
ba§ leljte ?I^ bet fcbenSflammc the last 
spark of life; poet.: the last flicker of 
the vital flame; auft: life's dying embers. 

auf flommen (-^") I i>/n. (in) ft a. spjo. 
to blaze up, to burst into flame(s); fir/. 
to break out into a passion. — II 3l<>/ 
n @c. ^jr. ^.v bcr Seibcnidjoft burst of 
passion. [to flutter up(wards).\ 

Quf-flottern (-^") p/«. ijn) igd. s^p./ 

QUf-fled)ten (-^") via. ^e. sep. 1. einem 
WäbAen bie ipaate .^ to plait a girl's hair. 

— 2. (eefl(i(6tenc8 auf-IBfen) to unplait; fi(^ 
{dat.) tie fcaore .x,, aui): to undo (or let 
down) one"s hair; ein Zau: to untwine. 

ouf-fliden ("•*") f/a. @a. .«pp. to patch 
(or vani|i) up; to mend, to repair; Fto botch. 

oui-difBtn (---) I »/«. (jn) fef. sep. 
1. «uifJ: to fly (or soar) up, to burst upun 
the wing; Bom EufibaUcn: to rise, to ascend. 

— 2. in bie £uft .v to explode; .v lofjen: to 
blow up; eine aJJine: to spring; einen 2uft. 
»oHon: to let off; fiff. (in Oioui) .^ (enben) 
to collapse; to end in smoke; e. Unlernetimen 

— iQfjcn to drop ... — 3. (aufipringen) to 
rise suddenly; to fly open. — II 31^ n 

®C. f. I, i<8. fines 6ifiif|el: exiilosion. 

Qui-flimmtrn ("H vin. (t).) ^lA.sep. 
to glimmer, gl..am, glitter, sparkle. 

aui-flu9(^jm .31. soaring (up);(heaven- 
wardj flight; eine« EuUbaflonä : ascent. 

aiif'forbtrer (^'^^^-^ ^ @a., .forb(r)erin 
f §> sumiiioner, challenger. 

Qiif-forbtrn (■^i«'") I »/o. &.i. sep. 
l.bitienb; to beg, to entreat; befeblenb: to bid, 
to order; biinjenb : to urge; etrauninnb: to ex- 



hort; freunblie^: to invite ; geri^Hi* : to sum- 
mon : eine Inme Jlini Souj ^ to ask ... to 
dance with one; to take ...out; barj id) Sie 
aum nfiAften Sanje ~? may I have the pleasure 
of the next dance? ; jumlufU: to call out; }um 
fianipfe .^ to provoke to (mortal) combat; 
..be 9itbcn flpl. provoking speeches pi. — 
2. X eine »Lftunfl jut Übergabe ~ to summon 
...to surrender. — II 9l~ n @c. unb 
9luf-forbcniiig f ® f. I; on«: invitation; 
request; par/. SH^m^ iin SBcobadjtung ber 
(Sieid)äft§orbniin9 call to order; jum fiamiife: 
challenge; ® "lUung }ur Dladjäolllung call 
(on the shareholders); int.: eine 3l.»,ung 
ergeljcn laffin to issue an appeal. 

OHf-fürbern © (-"^") via. i} d. sep. Saline: 
bie Soole ~ to raise the brine ; J? to draw up. 

9lnf-forbcning&<... (-'^""...) in sngn, s». : 
~fd)reifacn p letter of in vitation ; summons. 

nu(-fornieu © (--*") via. (g,a. sep. e-n 
§ui ^ to put ... upon the block, to block ... 

ttiif-forfteii (-"*") via. (g.b. sep. to plant 
afresh, to afforest, to reafforest. 

on(-frcffcn (->'") via. @m. sep. to eat 
up (greedily), to devour; fig.: bet ©ram 
frifet tl)n nut — is preying upon him; 
F cr fonnte bid) (»or Siebe) .^ he is madly 
in love with you. [burst with the frost.) 

aitf-fricreit\(--")r/>3. (in) ^f.sep.tDJ 

ouf-friid)fn (->^") I via. unb v I reft. ^c. 
Sep. meift: (fit^ ~) to freshen up, to re- 
vive; ©emäibe: to touch up; bo? 9lnbenten 
on et. .V to refresh (or renew) the memory 
of ...; fein Snlein (loicber) ^ to rub (or 
brush) up one's Latin. — II 9I~ « ©c. 
unb t[uf-frifd)iin9 f @ freshening up, re- 
vival, &c. (f. I). 

ouf-fugfti, -tiigen © (--") via. @a. sep. 
SBagneict: bie f^-elgen aui t>^^ ©peilen .v, to 
join the fellies to the spokes. 

auf-fii^rbor (---) a. i^b. capable of 
being erected, played, performed; prac- 
ticable; .N,e§ Stud acting play or drama. 

ouf-fiiljrfn (--") i8,a. sep. I via. 1. ein 
©ebäubc: to build, erect; eine aifouer (l)öl)er) 
n. to raise ...; X Sd)oiiäen .v. to throw up 
trenches. — 2. (auficfti^tcn) Erbe um e-n S-aum 
.^ to heap up ... — 3. Ji bie ai.*nd)c ~ to 
mount (or relieve) guard; c-e ©d)ilbtuo(fte 
.X. to post (or set) a sentry; ©ejdjü^je ^ to 
post (or plant) cannon. — 4. (Sor bie Slugen 
fttliren) Sc'ig^" ~ ^o produce witnesses; 
53iiiegte im Sriiimptjc .^ to lead captives 
in triumph; eine Stelle ou§ einem äBudje ^ to 
quote a passage from ...; ® e-n ^cfUn in 
ber 9?ed)nung ^ to enter (or si)ecify) an 
item in the account. — 5. (ijffentiiiiö bat. 
ficUen) bfb. thea. ein Stud, eine Wotte: to act, 
perform, play. — II fid) .v,?;/rf^. to behave 
(or conduct) O.S.; fid) fd)led)t~to misbehave 
o.s. — III 3t~ n ®c. unb 9litf-füt)nntö f 
@ (f. I). Su 1 : building, erection. — 3u 4 : 
production (of witnesses); quotation; ® 
specification. — Su 5: ihea. acting, per- 
formance; jur 9l^uii9 bringen to mount, 
to put on the stage. — 3u 11: behaviour, 
conduct, (Sebenfott) breeding, manners pi.; 
fd)letf)te ?l^nng ill-conduct; misconduct; 
iro. (bai nenne ii) mir eine) fd)5nc 9t.x-ung! 
(these are) fine goiugs-on! 

Stuf-fiitirUligg.... (^■^-...) in Sngn anatoa 
„auf-fübren", ji8.: ~red)t n thea. acting 
right; ^jcugniä « certificate of conduct. 

auf-fiillen (-^^) I via. @a. sep. 1. e-e 
?üde.^tofill up a gap; SBcin^, an*: to cask 
(or bottle)...; arch, (anfdiütten) to heap (or 
bank) up (earth). — 2. Supjie .v, to serve 
out soup. — II 91^ M @c. u. Qluffiilliing 
f @ filling up; 91.W auf glafdien bottling. 

oiif-funffln (-i^H vin. (b.) lid. sep. to 
sparkle, to shine forth (vividly). 

aui-furt^cn {-^")vla.fia.. sip. to furrow. 



nuf-fufjen (--") via. ®c. sep. to alight, 
to set one's foot on the ground. 

Ollf-futtcrn(->'")t;/o.(Sid.se/>. Lftälber«.: 
to breed, to rear. — 2. lern k. : to feed on. 

nnf-fiittcni (-^'^) I via. (g,d. sep. 1. = 
auf-futtern. — 2. © to line: mit öolj ^ 
to case. — II 9J~ n @)c. u. Sluf-fiitterung 
f @ rearing (or feeding) up; © lining. 

9lllf-gabC (--") f ® I. eine§ IBricfeS: 
posting; eincs ZtlcarammS : handing in (of a 
telegram); wiring (of a message): be? ®e. 
t'AdS: booking. — 2. e^ule ic. : task; e-r ^ 
gcitiacbfcn equal to a task; I)Qu§lid)e ^ 
home-lesson; fdjriftlidje ~, oft: (written) 
exercise; mott)emat.id,c ~ problem; sum; 
~ einc§ Wäileis proposition of...; j-m eine ^ 
geben to set a p. a task; feine .v,n m. to 
do one's lessons or sums; iicb et. 5Ut .v m. 
to make it one's business; c§ roar bie .. 
feinc§ fganjen) Cebcn§ he made it his life- 
task; ® 31)rer .. gcmäfe, (out ^ as per ad- 
vice, by your order or instructions. — 
3. (gaftenlafen) giving up; abandonment; 
eincS 9Imteä: resignation; eintS Sedjtel ic. : 
surrender; ® inegcn .», bc§ ©efefeaitS on 
retiroment from business. 

9tuf-90bC'... ("-"...) in SITan, j!8. : ~oml 
«> n issuing-office; ~OVl «s »i place where 
a letter (or a telegram) was despatched; 
~fd)Ctn Ä m receipt (of delivery) ; ~}eit 
'6S' f time of issue or of despatch. 

ouf-gobclu (—") via. ftd. sep. 1. to 
take up with a fork. — 2. F fig. to pick up. 

9luf-goben'... (--"...) in Sflen <<i«>iob 
„9lui-gabe 2", jS.: ^budf, ~l)cft « exer- 
cise-book; ~fammlun9 f collection of 
(mathematical, (i-c.) problems or exercises. 

Stuf-gniig (-•^) m ® I. going up, as- 
cent; phys. eine? floIbenS: up-stroke; fig. 
(sa3o(6|en) growth; äum ~ bringen to make 
grow. — 2. ^ bet SeRitne rising; (cftcn) 
east, orient. — 3. («uffiieg) rising ground. 

— 4. (gic6-8ffnen) Opening; Son CiS: break-up. 
auf-gärcn (--") vjn. (fn, Ij.) ^g. unb 

@a. Sep. to rise in fermenting. 

ouf-gottcnt F (-^'') via. $i d. sep., fig. 
to pick (or fish) up, to meet by chance. 

Sluf-gcbc... © (■^-...) in SfTan •• ~trt(l)ter 
m melall. charging-cone, ore-funnel. 

Ollf-gcbCH (--") \vja.^\.sep. 1. e-B 
SBrief: to post, to put in the letter-box; 
©epäil : to book ; ein Selegtamm : to hand in, to 
send ; ® eine SBcftcdung .. to give an order. 

— 2. © im ©odjofen: bie ®id)t ^ to charge 
(or feed) the furnace. — 3. eteifen ~ (auf' 
tragen) to serve (up) ... — 4. SSaUiJiiel: bcn 
SSaü .X, to serve the ball. — 5. j-ni et. .^ 
(jui ssiung toriogfti) to set (or impose) a task 
on a p.; ein yiätfel, et. ju raten ^ to pro- 
pose a riddle: eine e^ul-autgabe: to Set (as 
home-task); bie nn§ aufgigcbcncn 9lrbeitcn 
(SHci^nungcn) our home -lessons (home- 
sums). — 6. (fahren lafjen) to give up or 
over; cine 5Setanntid)ait ^ to drop an ac- 
quaintance; ben ©eifl ~ to give up the 
ghost, to expire: fein ©cfd)äit ^ to retire 
from business; eine ©ewotjuVi': to leave off; 
aHc ©cffnun«: to abandon, to lose; einen 
ilrantcn .^ to give over (or up) a lacieut; 
ben yjJilitarbienft^ to leave the army; Bi^ai)- 
Ipici: eine ^artic oil öerlorcn .^ to throw 
up a game; ein Scdit ^ to yield up ...; e-e 
Sad)e ^ to relinquish (F to clear out of) 
a th. — II 9l~ n @c. = 9lui-gabc. 

Sluf-gtber (--") m @a. »on ärcaren: con- 
signor, e-S SBriefeS: sender; e-?iRätfeiS: pro- 
poser; ©bet ®i4t : p. who charges the furnace. 

Qiif-9fblafcn(->^-")i. aui blofen;9l~!)cit 
/'©haughtiness, conceit, Fbumptiousness. 

SiHf-gfbot (^"-) n ® (ofli. auf-bietcn) 
1. publication; eccl.: e-8 fflvautroarci : pub- 
lishing the ban(n)S of matrimony; bicS iß ba» 



suniad 



■we page IX): Ffamiliar; P vulgar; Tflash; \rare; t obsolete (died); * new word (born); +Mncorrect; <& scientific; 

= ( 62 ) =: 



The Signs Abl>rcriations and detÜbi.(A—#) are eiplainidAt tile begiauiii^uf tili« book. [^lllfllC... ''ilUfl)C..,] 



brittf ^ ... third t imnof aiiklni; ; fine SJiSpcn- 
fotion t)om «, cTfaiifcn to get a niiirringt-- 
licoijNO. — 2. ^ con Iiurrtn : raisin'.', cnlliii^,' 
out; allQcnicincd .v l)!vy en niamiu; L'aiiDiccbr 
jlccitin .«.6, firca: secmid n-serve. — 3. («n. 
ftrtnguia) fl'/- mil ^ nllcr Jlrojt with the ut- 
most (.'xeiti'iii: with mii^ht and mnin. 

aiif-flrbra(f)i ("•"*) f. oiif-brinflcn; <!/%<• 
ftin n 4uh. (elncp/.) ang(;r, iiiüiiriiatioM, 
Mttrt: rafr<'. Ilingi: iiiilcnturo.| 

?iiif-nfbi"nf N (^»"i«) M «Oft. tinci Cftf/ 

out (ifbimirn (-"-**') f. out-bnn'tn; W~« 
()fit ^ 64 |iiiirHii\ss, bloati'dni'ss; tiienii: 
tioniliiijft, tiir;f:dii_v, exiilnTiinro; T gas. 

niif-flrnnnnrn (^'«>5"j f. au| flcben. 

aut-ßrl)rii (--") ftos. fp. I r/«. (fn) 

1. S (autllriarn) bri tD.g 8(1)1 flttf Qllf ... has 

a sharp rise or Htr-ep a.icont; bcr !Borhang 
ging nuf the curtnin ro.so; auf unb nb let. 
bQDiii)g(l)(nf.aut 11 ;e8i.3. — 2.(ani(ttr«arii) 
»on Zclac: to rlHC, to Swell. — 8. Ron Ctaut. 
tüauAic. : to ri.se, to a.scfnd. — 4. (nittbai ».) 
don itx Caol: to conio iip; to shoot up or 
forth ; ton «((liinni: to ri.sf; ^tcr Sttrn (a. 
fig.) ri.sinir star; bir Coniit ;P oujlfltflanccn) 
... iH up; r (• gi^t nur tin l'id)t aui, bit 
Vtiigrn g(f)cn mir auf I hoKi» to «ee or to 
uiidurstiiiid. — 5. (fl(t Jflnrn) to open. F to 
come undoni'; »on Srtrtm: to conic open or 
un.si;alud; »on Ciic to break up; »on Cc- 
MwOitn: to break, to hurst; »en gcfloAtrnrn 
^aat: to come il(ipluit('d;»en ftlcibunftiftUdcn : 
to come unbuttoned or unhooked; »on 
Anoirn: to come untied; »en cintt Vatl : to 
come unstitched, to g-ivo wuy; ». ettnallfn: 
to come unbui'kli'd; »on 64nQtrn: to come 
linllKH-d. — 0. (fi(» rntlallcn) eon Hamfn : to 

unfold; gan^ aiifgigongin. auit : full-blown. 

— 7. ai ith. (ftlntn Sri» Jf^rn) 7 gcb,t in II 
auf 7 dividfs (»r T irois) into U without 
a remaindf'r; ."> gel)! nid)t in 'J auf 'J is not 
divisible by ö witlmuta remainder; 6 Don 
6 g(t)t aui C from 6 leaves noupiit; rS 
g(l)t (grrobc otirt 'JIiiQ fQr 9lun) auf there 
is nothing left; RrA'nnom ic. grgcn (o. ^ I 
to balance (»r set od) ... oni' uirainst the 
other. — H. letrlAn-tnbfn) in 'Jlid)t ~ to be 
turned to ashes; in £)unfl, iHuudj ^ to 
end in smoke; in ct. .^ to heicunie) merged 
(or absorbed) in a th.; ftij. in\r 'Jlrbritgnn) 
^ to be heart and soul (or to be di oply en- 
grosseil) in one's Work. — t(. (ecibtauAi n.l 
fl 0rl)t Did (lol) nuf the wood is going fast; 
i»ici) oirib .^ lajjtn to spend ... (lariMlily); 
r (t lAHt gtrn uid ■^, au4 : he is open handed. 

— II p/<i. fid) idal.) b:« ,"\üitt ~ to wnik 
one's feet sore. — III "tt^ n Wc. — 
Vluf gnng; beim V.^ bcl llortjangS on the 
risiiigortliorurtiiiM, nn iln'i in tain riHing. 

niil-nrirtt 4> (^•'«') via. «a. aep. c^ci ^ 
(tinra.Ktrn) to brail (ur clow) up . ; Hu\- 
flrirr »i i(<la. one who brails up Isnils) 

Qiilnriflfu ("■'") ftia. »••/>. — niiffitb.In. 

Qut-flf Ilrtil ( ""•I) f. (Ulf liartn II ; »Uljrit 
f «A lolinr /'/ ) enlightenment; i-ivilisatmn. 

«ul-flflb (•■') H « I. extra charge; 
premiiini ; 9 9^tU : (loi Ciahbitng) contango. 
-- 2. I»in,ifibl earne.st (money). 

auf flrraiinit (">'-) Urb» uiif rflunun 11. 
W-vl|ril /■ 4i> nierriiiioiit, trooil humour. 

oulgrrrnt i --') u. «-vljrit / *♦ f. aiif> 
rrgrn III uns IV 7. 

aiil-iuiprungfu ( '"•'«) |i>(t nuf fprngcn. 

aiitgrtiirbrii 1''^'")««. nuf litibtn III; 
ll'vlirit f (♦* »ifii. Intiiin<'si'eu<-e. 

atif-Hrioalti|Kii 55 (""■*^'') v a. }i«. »tp. 
linin ««.1*1 , to riear (or drniiil ... 

oiilnrnirrff (">"*) Mi onf-n't.lfn II; 11^. 
(fit f *t livi liness, spriglitliiio>i<. 

aiif-nrhiorttii ('•'-'*-) f. auf ivrrfrn. 

«Inl girfj.... ("*...) in .Sfta«. it».: ^Wfltl © 
tn »ifliill feeding-lndle. 

O madiiuur) , 55 i: ■ • . -l 



aufflirjjrn ("•'-) 1 via. tfie. $fp. to 

pour upon: if rtn tl)te ^ bm 

2l)cc ... to p< .; w.iter ou the tea; 

to make (fresh) t^-a. — II H^ « «c f. I. ; 
llffit. : infiiMir>n. |feeder.| 

«iifgiffirr (---) m 0«. tnetaH I 

oufglallrn (-<5") p/a. 5j,b.##'/).t/>p.ili»h. 

Quf fliimmrn (-■*") r;». (fn) *»«. ■. J^a. 
nrp. to k'li am, to glitter, to glow. 

auf glulirn ('-") ii.a. trp. I r'n ffn) 

1. to glow. — II vjfi. i. I • 
vive. — ;j. (otTitbctn) to ci.i 

auf grabrn (--") I via. »-r. »ep. 1. tie 

9rtt -. to dig up ... ; tinfl urn einrr *a: ■ : 
to bare the roota (of a tree). — 2. iia 2a(f 
(»Tbrrn) to excavate; ciac8rii6t: (ailiiab.nl 
to disinter, to exiiume. — 3. (ria^Taeinrnl fn 
1tam(nl|ug ic. : to engrave ... 00. — II V/x 
n VJir.. unb tlufgrabung f O excaTution; 
disiiiteriiieiit, exhumation folT. I 

ouf-gralrn (-->-) via. ^ic. aep. to graxei 
aui-grriirn (^--) i/o. e»n. »r, 

(or snatidi) up; rinmltrb: to a, 

catch ; (-( ..\b(( lafd) ^ to cati-h at an idt.t. 

Qui-grunrn {--") r/w. (jn) Sia. »ep. to 
become green (again), to be clothed in 
(new) vordiirej Briie. to revive. 

auf-gurftu r (-■*") vjn. (b.) JJa. «fp. to 
look u|i I— auf-f(()cn I). 

auf-giirtrii (-«J-) vja. ftb. arp. 1, f.m 
^ftrbc btn Snttfl .„ to saddle a horse. — 

2. (auflAbticnl (in itlrib .V (au* virrfl. [i<t) ^| 
to tuck up one's dress. — 3. (rnldfirlra. ttn 
Cari Irfrn) to ungird, to loosen the belt. 

<lu|-guf| (-<^) m yx infusion; ti tfi nut 
^(»onlbrf.jfalftf) ...Very w«ak, Fonly wash; 
/N^'tirrrfirii « ■<" )•. zo. airift pi. : O infusoria. 

oui l)abfu I -") via. 39b. Bfp. 1. bin 
.Out .^ to hiive one's hat on. — 2. loflen 
dabrn) btn'Dt uiib ~ to have one's mouth open. 

— 3. eituic: R)tc babtn bid (ju t);d) auf 
we liave plenty of (too much) homo-work. 

auf l)a(frn (^«'«j f ,./a_ g^, „^ i^ to 
cut up or open (with a hoe. Ac); to grub 
up; tint €tru6( ... to pick up a road. — 
2. ((mia baifrni tal 0«l| ■>■ ti> finisli 
II f|.x n Mc. hoeing; pi' k 
bet dibc urn rinca faun: baring thu rooU». 

out tjaff In (-•'") r/rt. sy.i\. »rp. 1.— .auf. 
Ijalin. - - 2 to use up ... in crochet- work. 

out linfrii ( "-") P/u. aa» rlirft. i\ a, »rp. 
(fld|l ^ to iinliook, uo< lasp, unbuckle. 

auf-l)altrn f ('-■*-) r/a. ?ic. «♦/». i-m el. 
.», — nuf-biirbrn I. 

fluf l)alt (--) »I A 1. . «uf (iilbalt I. 

— 2. man. rincn Inttldi ^ babrn to bo 
en.sily stM|>pi>d or piilhd up 

lluftiallir)-.... Brill O I <i<v) . ) taSNa: 

'^halru wi ((%• ! ; <v- 

ririiirn m c ^. >iig »i 

aai . K-i>i>g. 

UK , »rp. I r/a. I. (tffra 

tallrn) to hold o|M>n ; !•■ flat •ifB« : to koi'P 
o| en ; flf/. bi( ^^unb .« to liold out the upiii 
liaiiil. S la«« ijrrfl.) (Waaini) to clio<-k, 

to give a chwk to, tosbip; ItiaW' ' ' * 

olT; (-n i\an « to break a fall; r 
^ to stein the tide; J riara «ttaib i-' mi. 
pend; i(t null tr i( iiitbl lontic > 1 will not 
detain you lone; fl(t| uiiiiiU; m;l 
»I. .^ to waste uiie» tune otcr 
ITItinigtriKn .« to stick at tnitea. — II lutt 
.w rltrft. 3. f. a. — 4. f;.1) rt-0 . lMi«iU.I 
to st.n) |i>r abl'lol at a I .(irn 

a, to keep in IliO o|>«ll . . , .;l (.t 

Caibc - to enlarge |nr dwi<lli on a matter. 

— 5 fiit) Qb(i i-n. r1. li^Ma») ,« to flod 
fitiilt with (»r to rnticiap) a p., k tk. — 
III A^ PV''- *»* "' ^h 0. la b<« mt 
|4« ti*f. — I pM<t* retai dins'. — IV H^ 
N M< . aab Huf Oolluni ^ «* K. . lu|. 
(nlliiill I ati» '.*. — • aiiip«naioQ 






«■flaltrr ("-) m ^a. I. © - Ssf. 
(altr'Tum<R: tri. st : 

2. >!> ^ k^r SjVl.f. !! _ . , 

i*p. !.((«•. 



.t- 
10» 

u[| m natt Ba^ 

I (atft .*.) ■uf. 

"" a<k r, r#/l 

mdlM ^ a. 

' -ijr out 
in tile 



flu(-t|altri 
IjolKn Ö) fa..: 
auflianinirrn 

Mrana) to op«n 
Uaiana) to flx 

«tfra) to wak» n 
Vul-liauer-... 

" eO'^or; >^. 

. -ro- m, 
ijf,,. p. 

I«alr: p 

aui tjangrn :ia.. »ii». a« 
(langrn >-p. (-'*-i "-" I ' 

1. lie« biagr«) to 
to put up pictnr. 
linen; on b«r t<ic . 
ceiling; i-n ^U»'b«nf«r.i ;. i 
iMikl: rii4->-to hang o.a. — J \ '.>> 

'h.offonap. — llll^n :'• 

:!«/■*# hanging I up), t 

aui-linrfrn I-*") via, sia. srp. lu raa-f. 

aul-liadrn (-'-') via. Sib. trp I. t-. 
mnke lagain) hard. — 2 4r I:ii 
tho strnnd.4 of ttio rope. I^Lj „ ., .| 

aui Ijaidirn I -•' i r/a. ^c ms. to( 

aufljafpttn (-->') ^d. »ep. I r/a. 
1. «ara: to wind (olT). — 2 l>ai»«Tw4a*ni) 
to wind (or hoiat) up. — II fig. fi4 - 
lirffi. to ri.^e (<>r recover) slowlj. 

auf-liautii ' I 

break lor c 

— 2. (fftii« 

ping. — 3. 

anew. — || c 

strike . . (with • I | 

»luf-ljiiiirr O ("-) m i 

aut-ljaufrlu i -'->') r/a. : .. . i 

into snmll h"uni; ajT'*. toea'' 
ouf-iidufrn (— -) I r/o. aa» 1 

»rp. to be;ip (ur Store) up; •>(> 

(or hoard) up; 84J«r: to '. 

to accumulate; »«■ e^u- 



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to piU 
fid) . 
; r:n 
:;:• .»*ur«>; 
II «^ •• 



<><c. a. .'. 
liietit, 

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cu 

Vlut Urbf-... I 

f^r' '...- 

to! 

ail' i|ri>rli I 
I. aioT til pi.k 
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»SB 0«b«« ^ ' 

in ^ t. 

fflclk: t' 
lAub « to ! 
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4 f»t all; 
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^ 5IUffn...] giitpant. gctbo pnb nieift nut gcQcfcen, menn fie nirf)t act(cb action) of. 



.. Ob... ing lauten. 



8crtr«9 ~ to cancel an a?reenieut; to an- 
nul a treaty; pre 6. aufgcjdjobm ifl ni*t 
«ut9ct)oben forbearance is no(t) acquit- 
tance. — 6. (ouijieiifteii) ciii? gcgcit bQ§ on» 
bert ^ to balance one with the other; 
»Irpr. r>f tlfl'f" f"^ (i^"- »''" gfgenjcitio) 
ouj they neutralise (or cancel, balance) 
each other. — 7. math, ciiicu 33ru4 ~ to 
reduce a fraction (to its lowest terms) ; 
Rd) ~ (iQffcn) to cancel. — II fit^ ~ vjrefl. 

8. j. 6 unb 7. — 9. fid) bom erbbcben ~ to 

get up, F to pick o.s. up. — III ~t)p.j)r. 
■nb a. ®b. ■ 10. in btn SBcb. beä inf. — 
11. bi?w.: (ai»affenb) abrogative; (cJitlrSftcnb) 
derogatory; (auSäitüenb) compensative. — 
IV «U w @c. 12. picking (or raising) 
up; beim ?L, ber ^afel when the dinner- 
party was over; ?l~ bcr ^änbc (6ct «(bftim- 
Biunäen) show of hands; math, reduction 
(of fractions). — 13. fig. ml ?l~§ Bcn ct. 
modjcn (mit et. o"6iiun) to make a great 
fuss about a th.; »id ?1~§ urn uid)t§ much 
ado about nothing (a. liti-l eg SufifpieiSB..'?//^.). 

auf-ötbunfl(-^-")r@ 1. = aut-l)cbcii 12. 
— 2. (JBfflnüSme) Seizure; X ~ c-§ 5poftcn§ 
surprising (and relieving) of a post. — 
3. (Citnimung int goTtgange): a) (jeittoeilifle) sus- 
pension; (tauernbe) suppression; annulment; 
b) im bffonbertn: ft. hist. ^ bc§ SöittS ton 
9}ante§ Revocation ofthe Edict of N.(i685); 
JUT.: .,, eine§ 6r(cnntnific§ rescission of a 
verdict; eine» ©efe^c?: repeal; einet filagc: 
nonsuit; e-t Situng, ffli-ifa^iinilung: breaking 
up, dissolution; ^ ber %a]ü (general) 
rising from the table; ® ~ bc§ S3ertcl)v§ 
suspension of intercourse. 

91uf-^cbung8>... (--"...) in SUsn, jS.: ~' 
itft^l m order of annulment; /vgcric^t n 
court of cassation. [hook.\ 

auf-fjefteln (-'*") vja. igd, sep. to un-i 

ouMelten (-^") vfa. @b. sep. 1. (in Me 
©ate heften) to fix (or pin) up. — 2. (tcfcftigcn) 
to tack (or stitch) on. — 3. fg. = auf= 
binben 3. — 4. (loima^en) to undo. ll)ifi'en.'l 

ouf-Ijcifeen ■I (— ") f /o. ® c. sep. = auH 

auMeitern (— ") I vja. unb virefl. @d. 
tep. to brighten (or clear) up; bo§ ©emüt 
^ to cheer a p.('s thoughts); bic§ t)eitcrte 
i^n fe^r ouf this quite livened him up; 
»omSBettet: e§ ^eititt fidjouf it's clearing up; 
mit Qufget)citerten Siigcn with a cheerful 
(or bright) countenance. — II /vb p.pr. 
«nb o. ^b. in ten S8eb. bc§ inf.; auii: exhila- 
rating. — III 9t~ n ®c. unb 9luf-Ijeite< 
rung f @ brightening (or cheering) up; 
serenity, exhilaration; tluf-^eiteriiligg» 
mittel n (means sg. obex pJ. of) diversion. 

auf-^e(fen (->'") »/"• (^0 unb virefl. (|od. 
Sep. j-m ^ to help a p. up; einem ßvanfen 
^ to set a patient on his legs (again); 
bem ip nit^t mef)r aufzuhelfen he is past help 
or past cure; fi(^ {dat.) n. to raise o.s. 

Suf-^flfet (->'") m @a. 1. one who 
helps. — 2. (!8ett.9[lcrTtd):una) cord which 
assists an invalid in raising himself. 

ouf-^ellen (--'") I vja. unb vjrefl. 6ia. 
tep. to clear; eine aflüIRgfeit : to clarify; 
fig. tint ötoge: to elucidate; bo?SDetiet l)ellt 
fid) auf ... is clearing up. — II H^ n @c. 
■nb aui-^ellung f «j clarification; fig. 
elucidation, enlightenment. 

Quf-^enfen F (-•*") vja. ^ a. aep. j-n .^ 
f. oui-bängen 1. 

auf-^e^en (->'>') I vja. &,c. aep. 1. to 
rouse, to start. — 2. (aufteilen) to incite, 
to abet; to set aKaiimt. — II ^^ n @c. 
■Bk itu|-^et;ung f @ incitement. 

auf-^tfr,er (-«'") m ion., ,x<in /" in- 
stigator, abettor; <vet ('«'"^ u. •^>''^-) f@ 
instigation, abetment; (U>ij(^ (uiw) „_ 
^b, inciting; o.,,iid)e IJIeben flpl. inflam- 
natory (or revolutionary) speeches p/. 



Sluf-^ilfe (->'") ^ @ suc( our ; assistance. 

Quf-l)iiien 4/ (-^'^) via. @c. s^p. bie 
Stngge : to hoist (up) ; bie f^Iogge jur Srnucr 
.^ to fly the flag at half-mast (high); tie 
ütnfet finb oufgeliiM ... a-weigh. 

ouf-ljotrcn F (->*") 61 a. sep. I f /«• (l") 
to get on some one's back. — II rja. j-n 
.^ to take a p. on one's back. — III 2l~ 
n (gc, flu* 3Ulf-I)0rf'ipicl n ® aumttci: 
high-cockalorum (f.M.I). 

nuf-p^cn (--") via. @.a..sep. l.to make 
higher, to raise. — 2. TOalcrci : to set off. 

ouf-f)0len (--") vja. @a. sep. 1. Sonen- 
BclanencS: to fetch (or draw) up. — 2. \t: 
a) (in bie §% winben) to haul up ; ein SBoot : to 
hoist up ; ein 6(tiff ~ (anS Ufer toinbcn) to draw 
up ... (for repairs); to ground...; b) (lubtvotts 
bewegen) bie JBioffcu -x, to brace the sails in ; 
bai Sijiff toiebcr ~u to bring ... to the wind. 

9luf-i)oler (--") m @a. 1. © (jum §ctaui. 
jicfifn ton ßtbbofivtrn) lifting-tackle. — 2. vl/ 
.^ tints StaflffflElS (2au jum Stuffiolfn) halyard. 

9lMf-pv (--) fnut in : oljnc.^ incessantly. 

ouf-^or^en (-''") vjn. (t).) @a. aep. to 
listen, to hearken; \)Dä) ~ to listen very 
attentively, to prick up one's ears. 

OUf-ljöreit (--") I vjn. {{).) @a. sep. 
1. = aitf-f)orc[)cn. — 2. (enben) to cease, 
stop, end, finish; ^ ju arbeiten: a) to 
knock off work; b) to strike; .v, ju ttjcincn 
to leave off crying; .,- j« jn'^'E" to stop 
payment; bet Segen I)5rt auf ... is holding 
up; ber ©tuvin \)at aufgehört ... has calmed 
down, is blown over; bie Untertiaitung l)iJvt 
auf ... is flagging; F "ba l)ört atlcg auf! 
that's too much of a good thing!; in ®elb= 
fadjen l)ört bie (Semütlid)teit ouf, eiwo; 
business is business; I)öv' auf! (f(5neig!) 
hold your tongue! — II *K~ n @)c. cessa- 
tion, stop, end, finish; otjue ^without 
intermission (= uu-aufl)brlid)). 

3luf-t)iilfe (^^-) f @ f. ?luf-()i(fe. 

auf-ljiipfcu (-^^) vjn. (fn) iga. sep. to 
bound (or leap) up; torn »alle: to rebound. 

QUf-^uften (--") @b. Sep. I vjn. (I).) 
to clear one's throat by coughing. — 
II vja. 6*Ieim, Slut: to cough up. 

auf-jageu (--") ®a. sep. I vjn. (fn) 
1. \ = ^in-auf'jagcu. — II vja. 2. hunt. 
SBitb .^ (fluf(*eud6Eu) to scare, frighten, rouse 
(a hare or a rabbit) ; to start (a deer) ; to 
flush (a bird); to unearth (a fox). — 3. \t 
ein Sijiff .X, (einfielen) to Overtake ... at sea. 

ouf-jomnicrn (-^") vjn. (i).) @d. sep. 
to wail (or lament, moan) aloud. 

nuf-jnu^jcn (--") vjn. (l).) ®c. sep. 
to utter a shout of joy, to exult at. 

ouf'jiibeln @d. sep., F •in(l]m Ci a. sep. 
(— ") vjn. (f).) unb vja. = auf-jaud)äfn. 

ttiif-fniunicn (->'") vja. ® a. sep. 1. ^aavc 

!C. .N, to comb ... up or afresh ; cine iperiidte : to 
dress. — 2. & mech. to furnish (a coy- 
wheel) with new cogs. 

ouf-fontcn © (-«'") via. @b. sep. to 
put edgewise. 

OUf-fontcrn {-•^^) vin. (fn) @d. sep. Kenn, 
ftjort: to canter to the starting-post. 

ouf-fopcn (-''") via. @a. ,«cp. to (cover 
with a) cap ; bjb. hunt, ben Saiten .«.to hood ... 

auf'fotten ®b. sep., .faljen @c. sep. 
(i!iv/) jjja. 4, ben Sinter: to cat, to fish (up). 

9tuf-fauf (— ) m @ buying up; (specu- 
lative) purchase; forestalling. 

öuf-fnnicn (--") I via. ai a. sep. to buy 
(or take) up; to forestall (the market); 
e^m. to enpross; 2Bed)iel ..,, aui^: to discount 
bills. — II 9l~ « @c. = luf-tauf. 

31uf-IÖUfer (^-") m @a., ^hX f @ (specu- 
lative) buyer; fore.staller; ejm. engrosser; 
(ber ben Mlleinfianbel an fi(4 tjriii«!) monopolist. 

niif-fcgeln ("-") via. ®d. sep. (i„ fiegci: 

form aufftellen) Rugein jc. : to pile (up). 



DUf-fef)ren {--■^) via. @a. sep. 1. tu 
sweep up; to turn up. — 2. O ©oibf^mieb: 
to stamp. r^jZ. ; J^ scrapings ^Z.( 

2Ulf-fc^rif!)t (—") n (m) ® sweepings/ 
nuffeinicii (--") I vIn. (fn) ®a. sep. 
to bud, germinate, shoot up ; fig. to rise, 
begin. — II 2l~ n @c. unb 2lnf-fcintun9 
f @ germination; fig. rise, beginning. 

auf- fellern ("^") via. ®d. sep. to finish 

pressing (grapes). [tilt (or tip) up.'l 

auf-titjpen (-'^") vIn. (1).) ®a. sep. to/ 

auf-tittcn (-■^■^} vja. (üb. sep. to cement 

(or putty) on. [©falten ic. : to gape (open).) 

Ollf-flnffen (-'^") vjn. (().) igi a. sep. ten/ 

ouf-floftern (-'^") via. @d. sep. ^oiy. 

to put (or pile) up in fathoms ; to cord (up). 

onf-tIovi)eu (-""i") iga. sep. I vja. 

1. einen §«' ~ to turn up (the brim of) ... ; 

einen iiw~ to open or put up (the leaves of)... 

— 2. (äffnen) ein Sffieifer : to unclasp. - II vjn. 
(fn) 3. (fi* äfinen) »on Spüren k: to (fly) 
open (with a bang). — 4. auf et. .«, (auf- 
idjtagen) to fall on a th. with a bang 

nuf-flören (--") I vja. unb vlt-efl. @a. 
aep. 1. e-e giiifpflteit : to clarify; ia^ SBettcr 
(ober e§) tlSrt fid) auf the weather is clear- 
ing up, the clouds are dispersing, it is 
setting in fair; ü ba§ Seirain ~ to recon- 
noitre ... — 2. fig. (ten ®eift) ~ to clear up, 
to enlig hten ; e-e Ofroge ^,a.:to explain ... ; 
e. @el;einini§ .^ to solve a mystery; j-n iibcr 
einen S>tluiii .«, to correct a p.'s mistake, 
to set a p. right concerning a th. — II owf- 
geflärt ]}.p. uib a. ^h. 3. in ben Seb. be! 
inf. — 4. fig. (f. 2) enlightened, civilised, 
(uonirteiisfiei) unprejudiced, open-minded. 

— Ill 2J~ n @c. unb 9luf-tlöniii9 f @ 
X reconnoitring, reconnaissance; /i<7.(«u#' 
lunft) intelligence, (eillärung) explanation; 
j-m ?l.x,unfl über et. geben to enlighten a p. 
on ath.; fid) '■il.x.ung iibcr etn)a§ Derjdjaffen 
to get a matter fully explained; (SBlibung) 
enlightenment, liberal-mindedness ; (pro- 
gress of) civilisation ; ber 5ortid)vitt ber 
2l.,.ung the march of (human) progress. 

9luf-f later (--") m @a. one who en- 
lightens; pioneer of progress ; ~ci {--^^ 
unb --^-) f @ pseudo-culture, sham ci- 
vilisation; o~ifd) (^-"") a. @b. bent on 
enlightening people. 

9luf-nävill)t (-^--l n {m) (§> (of)ne pi.) 
sham enlightenment; sham culture. 

2luf-fläritHB§...., tt~.... (^■'"...) inSllon: 
«N/btcnft X w) reconnoitring duties pL; 
~fHrt)t f mania for enlightening people; 
~füd)tig a. (madly) bent on reforms. 

ttuf-tiaubeu (--") via. @a.*ep.toglean, 
to pick up; einen flnoien: to undo. 

auf-flebcn (--") @a. sep. I via. to 
paste (up or on) ; to gum on ; greimarfen : 
to affix; ® etifctt§ ... to label; @ harten 
auf 2einh)anb ~ to mount maps (on cloth). 

— II vIn. 0).) to stick on. 
anf-flctf(f)cn (->*^) via. @a.(c.) sep. to 

daub on. [paste on.\ 

ouf-fleiflern (--") via. @d. sep. to I 
ouf=nettern @d. sep., •HtiMnicn @e. 

Sep. (-^^) vIn. (fn) to climb up. [up.) 
OUf-fUngeln i--'"^) via. ^i.sep. to ring/ 
OUf-flinfen (-^") vja. @ a. sep. eine sr^iir : 

to unlatch, to put back the latch of. 
9luf-flo^jf>... (->^...) in sfffln, J». : ~^nmmer 

© m beä «Rabelmae^erä : heading-hammer. 

ouf-flo})fcn (-'^") ®a. sep. Ivln. (I).) 
1. to knock on. — II via. 2. to knock 
open; eine 9!u§: to crack. — 3. (bcfefttjen) 
to fix by knocking. — 4. (auffriic^en) eine 
SDiatrafte: to beat up. — 5. (aufwecten) to 
rouse by knocking. 

auf-floljcu O ("''") via. @c. sep. geug- 
bruct: to pad. [crunch (up).) 

nuf-fnoOtevn (-^»i") via. @d. sep. to/ 



8«i4en (tm- |.6.1X): F familiär; PSol.öfjJva^e; r@annetfi)racf)e; \ feiten; t alt (au« gefiorben); * neu (au« geboren); Aunrid)tig; 



tic 3"4<". ''i* BMOrji'iB'" ""** ^'< obflMonbrrltn Semrrfungrn (flj» — « . Pr* »rrn 



anf fnorfrn f^-*") p/a. «a. «^p. t-t ««i: 

to crack; /iy. j-tn el. oufiulnarffn flibcn to 
IfiTe A p a nut to crack («r ridille loiiolve). 

au| tnallrn (-•*>') 9i a. »rp. I i/n. j-m 
emS ^ to Arc (f to pot) at a [I. — II v\n. 
(fn) Itnantiib auifiira'«) ^^ biirat, to explode. 

aiifrnrbrllt (--^) p/a. did. *r/>. 1. t« 
(fasttn Willi a) gng. — 2. (rnHiifWn) to 
iniiernir. |witli pmcern.) 

Quffnripfn (--") p/a. 5ia. #f/>. t« op<ii/ 

OUi-fnopffll ("^^) via. «lib r/»»-^. Ol, a. 
aep. to uiiliutton; T/^jr. fid) ■^. (04 wTiiauiift 
■ItMim) to uiihoMom 0.8. ; bit C^rtn ^ 
((i«f>a''ra) to listen with both ear». 

out Itiofprn (-•*-) r/w. (|n) öi c. «rp. to 
(li(.')(in to) MosMom, Ac. (> aiif-biril)rn). 

aufriiilpiril (-''-) p/a. öia. »*/>. I. (la 
Hr Oi(f tiiitrn) to tie U|); (auftlnorTi) to hfing 
(F to HtriMt') up. — 2. (auflolm) to untie. 

aiif-rott;rn (->'-^) *i a. »'■;). I r/n. (jn, Ij.) 
1. to lioil; /Ig. tx tod)! rüfd) auf his lilood 
(F his ni'iiikt-)) Ih Hooii up; •rnOir ^ loffrn 
tt> parboil ... — II rja. 2. to l>oil up. — 
8. (au)tri|<tni) to warm up, to do up ugain. 

— 4. (an'l'taaitfn) to use up in cookinif. 
ouf-rollfrii Fl-'-s-) p/w. (().) ftid. »rp, 

fi(f. _ (iiij-brouirn 'J. 

aiif-(oniiiirii (-■*") I r/n. (fn) ®c. •*/>. 
1. (ota BoMn) ^ to ftet (or rim-) up; /i// 
(Don finer ilroiifljcit) roifOtr ^ to rfgnin 
(or rocnviT) onu'a licaltli or «tri'nirth; tr 
fomnil nid)l miibtr auf he Ib past recovery. 

— 2. fif/. (ai(D(t bnbral to (irosptT, to thrive, 
to nial<e one's way. — 3. (bttoniroaifii) to 
come up. to If row, to increnso. - 4. (cnififtfit) 
to conio into use; (f)4 bbanplm) tO (rain 
ground; »on «tbiju«rn, Volfn : tO find fa- 
four, to(fet into xoifiie; F to tflke;Ccbiinlrii 
Sorilti lanirn in mir auf ... arnxe (or Kpranfr 
ap) in my mind, timn ^n'cifi'l nid)t in fidi 
V lafitn to Hiipprcss a doubt; nicnianb 
nebfn fid) ^ lofirn to ndmit (»r snfTer) no 
rival; ir dinn nid)t fifflin bid) ^ he cannot 

cope with )0U. — 5 lin für ti. -^ (rtnflfftrn) 

to miike o.» answeriible to a p. for ...; rr 
foil mir bofOr .^ I xlmll look to him (for 
it). — C. ((ifi«ll mribm) v«n ««lb: to conic in. 

— 7. (eHfB R•rf^rll) to open; Don t-» Kllitirüt: 
to breiik; fi<f. »an rtnri eitti: to beconic 
(or fall) vaciint. — II tl~ n ä^e. (retllnir 
up, rise; recovery; nioii jii'tifrll on ffincm 

V-.. hiü life is deipaireil of; tamportominrnl 
prnspi'rity, jfrowth; («rllnam) micci-KS; 
(oni<'>ti«n) rJNo, oriirili; lainlituna) e.stabliah» 
nient , IB ihrr Ittn.i) spread 

llnl rumnilim 

outfonnrn ( 
be aliie to ifet up or to ride. | tftpfcn 1 

nnl fiiplrn O ( -■*"| ria. 9i a. »»■/>. — awf 

auf fopprin I "'^") 51 li.trp. — flb-fppt'fln 

ailirorlrn ('-'•*-) r/« Ota «<•/». to uncork. 

aiit-rraniru (•'--) rja. 9\n. »rp. to ar- 
r»n|.'e, to put In onler. 

«Ul frntj.... O 1^'*.. I In Sfljn. Mb. ?u(tm., 
lB : <%.l|ül| n nappinir-fiiune; .«.ranini m 
n-romi", ^mafdiiiir f fne/inK niai bine, 
raiMinir- l<ir n.ippiiii.'-lnia< hine, pig. 

aiif-(rnt|rn l"'*-) 1 via. oyc.nrp. i.e.» 

lamriK to elik'raVe; J' r<« Virk: to Nrrape 

(on a »i< lin. Ac); Mr «ibf to tum up — 

t. (n-anb tiatcn) .iu4 rlirfl (fid)l ^ to scratch 

(o.a.)H«ir(i —8 »onflbmrnK bifflörntr... 
to acratch up the seeds — 4 OC'iinaA'trl 
t<> rai.s*, rlnrWiiuti: to Ncrnpo; tHAn.iftrt.l 
(iitl flnri Patbr) .w to raliie (i>r dre»s| tlie 
nap (of doth); ip.at to cartl. — II auf- 
irfra^t /> />. unb a. ^ b. 6. n bn Wrb. b«i 
inf. — (I. F fl'i. Ill a merrv mood; joljv. 
Hiilfrnlitr O ("•*") mi |9a.. >s,in f it 

•an Cribr ilicsser ; »oa tii4 cillilor. 

out frrtulrlii(-'^-ie/«.« vltrft aid.t*/). 

tfld)) bir t*ait , to cuil III' (lu t.' fil !. 1 .. 



na \ (-'•*") 01 «D opstnrt. 

(^>*-) r/.l. (tj) 5Jc »r;.. t.. 



oaffrHfdjfn (^H »/»». (I) * - . - • 
fdjrn) nr/). to shriek, to aet up a acream. 

ouf-rrriiiprln {-^■^) via. »i d. $rp. \. Q 
tPadr: to card. — 2 — auffttinpcn. 

ouf-rrrniprn {"^^) vja. 51 a. »rp. to tuck 
up; rinra 0»* to turn up (the biim oO- 

auf-rrird)rn (^»-J vja. ioe. tep. to creep 
(or crawl) up. 

anf-rrirflrn F (^•') via. $Jb. #<j>. — . 
auf bftoiiitiKn. 

auf tnininirn ('■'■*") p/o. mb vlrrfl. i\%. 
lep (fid)) ^ to l)4'nd upward*. 

out funbliflltn (-"'I")-) I r/a. «b.fa.) 
»rp. to give a p. warning ur notice; tt« 

(tulirirtt ab^T «tullkrTm : to give a tenant 
notice to quit ... ; van ^aultinitn i. flIfbi'Btrn : 
to givn a month's notice to; t% ift ihm 
oiiifltlOnbint nmibtn he receired warning: 
ohne oiilui'Ciiibintn witln.ul previoua no- 
tice; cine j(,ti)pull)(( .« to call in a mortguire; 
jm bif fVf'iinbjdji.ft .v to brenk with a p ; 
bin (^tl) rfiitn .^ Ui rrfuie ohi-ili. n«« 10. — 
II fl^ n Mc. nrb 9lufrnublie)nns ^ f* 
warning, notice ; %^ bi I V^rborf umi refusal 
to obey; rlnr* ffabliall: recall; r-« ffanlialll : 
revocation; X r-«frafl>«(iian.: t«rniinition. 

Vuf fiinbdfllunne-... (->'(-)-..) tn 8"«» 
onnio« „aui'IOn^:Oln''.|B. : «vbriff »1 written 
notice; ^fri(t f, <%.trrinin m, ^\t\\ f Itme 
allowed fur (.'jvjne niiti'-e. 

nnf fiinft t (-^) f 54 recovery. 

ouf-fii(trn (-•'»') p/o. Ö1.C. nrp. to open 

(or to rouse from Bleep) by kisses. 

aiif-lndirn (->'-) r/«. (I).') ^i». tfp. (aut 
.... to liurst out laughing. 

flllf-labr-... ("-"...) In Sfjn ati«loa „niif- 

lobrn".)» :~nrbiif)r^.~foftrn/>/.,~lr)lot|n 
m |ondin;r('Cliaitrc8 /</.). (• OHt of) pn< liiiK 

ouf-lobrii (ii-^-) I via. p"r. (f. lab.n) 
««■/>. I. to lay a load (or burdinl on; 
i^radjIgOtfr ^ to load gmids. — 2. j-ni 
irirtj) fiirai ^ to cbarir.' a p. (o.s.) with ...; 
fid) riiK 3)iriiniiD0Ttl:d)tiit ^ to take a re- 
Hpi>nsiliilit\ on OB. — II fl^ n ^c ink 
tlnflnbunQ f O hmdintr; fi;; liiip"sitioii. 

mut'labrr, «Idbfr (---I tn liitn. louder; 
jmiker; porter; ^ ron 6liinlot)ltn coal- 
heaver. — Bji. ?tuf lobf... 

«iiMobMnn*.... (---...) — Kuf (abf... 

fliit'lnflr I---) f » 1. («uRr«») imposi- 
tion ; (aulg.trgir eitiri) impost, tax; IfFiTri- 
IcO I diit> ; ( fin AliiuB« I asHessnient. — 
2. (^Mlaainralia't. t'b. rinrr .Huali) meeting 
(of a corporatiun); • ibbtnui baia: sub- 
scription. — a. VuAtaibi: edition; nriit 
(urbrrlnbrrlr) .v reprint, pimpressiun ; Ott- 
inrhltc anb DriKTfilr ^ revised and «tilarwr«! 

«dition; ii<ir fliirl if) bir ^V how niany 
copien have bi>4>n printed 'i*; bal VuA 1). I f> 
^n rrlfM ... ha.s run through the editions, 
ant-lnnrtu I'-*') 1 p/a. 9id. »rp. 
1. # Itiairn: to stof« up, to waiehoiisii. 

— 2. Ilbri ft. lat«rn) firoi. to silprrpoae. 

— II n«.. n ftc. Bxb fliiflaariuufl f M 

8. M storage, »aruhoiising — 4. ftol. 
Hiiperpnnition. itiatinratinn. 

outliiMflrn F (-■*'') r/a. >i a. »rp. »«■ »n 
aib« ^ to lake (»r pick) Up; flul longrr 4 
m ida. Ia^flr• tib« b<i Ch»I'«i futti» k. 

onf-laftrii (-•'-) I r/<i. «»p (f. loffrni 
*r/>. 1. i-n ^: a) bfi ai> 11: tu let a p. »it 
up; b) brt Ural to let a p g«l up. — 2. M» 
tilt; to lear* o|H-n ; ban f*<f: tu li<ave nn- 
buttoned: Hni •rit: to loav« vacant. X 
«inr «lub« to alaiidiin. — 8. m. : < n u| 
^ (a'irfif") to r«>Ue or yield r«nl «atate «o. 

— II 1l~ N ««c. a>b nultof Mng f t^ 
Icat iiiir o|H>n ; |«i. : loasion , X «••" *<*»• 
abandiXHceot. |ab 

OIlllatlinXCMa. «b rra 

lliil-lauiriirr ( "-'i- h 1 »o 

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® lli|flfnt(t)iift;0 Silt: .:. ;. ,.:„ .- . .. 

MUlit:i.iiAM>t:i{S, />A( 7>r«.A..N<./,. U B. 
IlAMt IM> .S( //(/.,< t'.si;.tHK. 



, ' 1 1 rn}f . • <(ii 



iVMnffti — ^ilUjlf. 



i-m ^ to lay an (or t«i lie i 
a p.: to wa)lay a ■ 
apy a p. out, t« » 

— II tlm, n t «4 
lying in wai' 

«Uf-ldUf 
people), («- 

v.n > a (gr. 

^ errrgrn f^, 

etwa: p' ' • ■-'I 

(»abrbt^:. .. .1. .; :. . . , , ;.., ... 

Hu( lOUf.... (—...) la .S««B. I».: ^riO« 
■if f scupper, KHr>|>«r h-de. 

auf laiifrn f^-) »»p. »rp. ((. (rufm) 

I r/n. ifii) I. b<a •i» to run up — . 

MW<atal to IWell, ffoitual brrlffld ' 

... is li.sinir or heat I' 
lofjtn to •»■«Id ...: 9 f. 
»Siiiicn 4 

'iiafjft 1 

tnrn flfiUr ^ lajifn to r- 
boar's clinrge. — 4. 4» ilr t : ' 

laat bra •raab) ... runi «ground, b • l>ell 
^ liiffrn to mm th« yards. — 11 r/a. 
6. fid) (dai.) 6:( ^ütc ... to mo oDe'a f*et 
sore. — fl. tc 5l)nr ~ {aarrv^ifal to break 
a door open with a ni«h. - Illfl.«,»'?»'- 
swelllinc), risliiir; liiflatj. n, »•« Sia*«* 
accumulation; \t stranding lof boata). 
9tnflaiifrr (---) m «oa. I. »,»tall. 

stoker, rlnririT. rl'«'/'»"' mT". — "i *-> 
fanft : - r ; 

tal» ttiy 

ou|-lanf(t)rn i--^-) r,n. i|) ) : > 

listen aiteinixely, to pri^ k up ■_ ... j. 

Quf-loDirrrM 4. (-'-n'--) r/w. (b., |n) na. 
»rp. to ply to aindnard; to tai k. 

auf Irbtii (---I I t>. (fn) Jia. »tp. 
(tritötr) -w to rexive, to come to ':' — 
biicon Ifbic ft neu auf tins fa» w 

life (and »tn>ngtl ). — II tl-», n yc. rwTi- 
val; brt »Anfit K.. f%: ri nn.sceni'e. 

oul-lrrfrn ( '•'-1 r/n. :ia. »rp. to liei 

up; Ion CanttTi i< ; to l*p up. 

Uni-lfflf...., at lO O (--- 1 

<%/brrltd)rii »i rtjttttn; ^i 
<vina|d|iiir ^ectnnftri: - 
«^flUCf n III Ci>.rti>l(n . a, , . , .. 

auflrQfn ( --) si a. »rp. I r/« I. ria 
tftaiift K. to apply: H, bol <*f '■■•■. 
put the rlOe on the rwaL — *«• 
2. i-m bit (td;l^r « to ln> 
i>n a fl.; b>iit t'ltrb« tin 

. tu saddle I to > ■ > 

■' nft ^ to Nt -n 
pii. .'..■ t - 

fat. — 4. (tarn Citaafl «, l|a tii<va aa<a>«n> 

to beg n to kint, in ••■ hm — j ^ 

auf cil flf /"■' ' 

auf. aU n<ir Ito 

th« buidcn to tl> ' 

lb I M'lib.rl « to : 
7 !«■• a blattOal 
if 
\\ 

< .t r ; b| bta » 

tl.. ; , > to ..; b t » ! 

out'« raids on th« tal>lo — "« ' 
las: t B |a »jatab-« "" ■♦1 '** •"' > 

to lay (down) a 

• 4 - . ■ •?,!.) iv I >• Mj- . 

€•' , *•• thti-a p/. \- 

- II ItO) » r »f/t. '.' • 

»|l ow 10 iHtan > ' ' .:t 

III 



m ^ 



k 



[^luflC... QlU|11(l...] Substantive Verbs are only givep, if not translated by act (or action) of ^ or .^tng. 



M» »in iii*t a"'" SRa^fol)ren aitfgclegt ... in 
the mood for cyrlinfr; flut (id)le(t)t) ouf« 
leUgt in a good (bad) humour or temper. 

— IV «U « @c. unb «uf-lrQiinfl f ® 
tint« i'fi.ifters : application; beti>5nt)t: laying 
on, imposition; tinci ettofc: infliction. 

«uf-lrgfr (— -) m @a., ~in f ® one 
who applies, imposes, inflicts, <fcc. 

ouflcljnen (--") I via. u. \\i\ ~ vjreß. 
@a. »fp. 1. (Tid)) ~ to lean (or rest) on 
(one's elbow, &c.). — 2. {ict) -x. (eni»ovriii|t;n) 
to raise O.s.; »on ipfubeu: (üd^ Säumen) to 
rear, t« prance. — 8. fig. (p* empsten) ficfe 
gtgcn rt. tin i-n ~ to resist, to rebel (or 
to riso in arms) against ...; (mi« BJoticn) to 
cry out against ...; (fit ireitfn) F to kick 
against...— II 9U« ®c.u.8tuf-U^n"«Ö 
f @ resistance, insurrection. 

auf-Ifinien (--") via. @a. sep. 1. to 
glue upon or to. — 2. (oiebetSetfleKtn) tfl>. 
tin eemälbt: to put new canvas to ... 

auf-lfjen (— ")v/o. @l.»?/>. 1. to gather, 
to pick up ; iHttn : to glean. — 2. eine firant- 
|ei», nngejie'ri ic-: to catch a disease, vermin, &c. 

auMrifr(—") OT @a.,~in /■© gatherer, 
collector; gleaner (f. ^iljitn lefer). 

auMfiidjten (— -) vjn. (()., jn) @b. aep. 
to flash up, to beam forth. 

auf-(id)trn (■''>'") vja. @,b. aep. SKoierei: 
(8i4tfT auHegtn) to set off the lights. 

auf-liegfn (--") ^k. sep. I w/n. (fn) 
L ouf ft. ^ to lie (or rest) on a th.; fejl «, 
to fit tightly. — 2. i-m ~ (jut £a(l fanen) 
to weigh heavily on a p. — 3. (offen liegen) 
6>iel: IDOg liegt Quf (iB Snimpf)? what are 
trumps V; »on fflaten: to be exposed for 
sale; »»n 3eiH4riften : to be kept. — II vja. 
nnb fid) .», vjrefi. bcn iKüdctl ~, pi ~ (»uiib 
liegen) to become bedsore (= ficfe burcfe- 
liegen). — III SI/v» n @c. lying (or resting) 
on; incumbency; *on fltanlen: bedsoreness. 

auf-lorftrn (-''-) vja. unb fll^ ~ vjref.. 
6i,d. aep. 1. Bon einem finoten: to loosen; 
fig. to relax, to slacken. — 2. ein SBett: 
to shake up; agr. btn 53oben ~ to break 
(or loosen) the ground ; to scarify the soil. 

auflobtrn (--") I vjn. (jn) @d. sep. 
to blaze (or flare) up; fig. to fire up; Icitfet 
.Jt irascible.— II ^^«©c. blaze; leiben- 
idjaftl. ^y Tiolent (fit of) passion, [up.l 

auf-liJncIn r(-^") vja.^d.sep. to spoon/ 

ouf-lbsbat (---) o. ^b. (dis)soluble, 
dissolvable; math, solvable; nic^t ~ in- 
soluble; insolvable; 9t~fett f @ (dis)so- 
lubility; math, solvability. 

auf-lbjt.... (--"...) in Sf.M'egunaen -= 9luf. 

löfungB^.. 

QUf-lÖjfn (^") I via. unb ftt^ .. virefl. 
^c.sep. l.(entBirten) to loosen, disentangle, 
unravel ; «noien : to undo; © Igp. bie «oium- 
m. to untie; eänbtiemen: to unlace; ouf- 
|el5ftel ^flor dishevelled hair. — 2. fig. 
fin Öeb imniS .», to clear up a mystery; 
ein SRfliiel .v. to solve a riddle or puzzle. 

— o. (jeiieienj to dissolve, decompose, (jci- 
Wvn) to disintegrate ; garbcn im sSBafiet ~ 
to dilute (or temper} colours; 5pt)i;§p^or 
in 9t^rc ~ to solve phosphorus in ether; 

in 'rineajeftantteite ~ to analyse; math. 



ehm. 



(Sleidjungcn. fllommem .^ to solve (or re- 
duce) e^iuai ions, bra(k<;t8;^5r. ficfe in nid)t§, 
m aUBememeS SßoljIgeiQUen ... to fall to 
the ground, to come to nothing or to 
nought; fid) .^ (fterben) to pass away; to 
expire; in S^ränin oufgelöfl melted into 
tears; J": tine Sijionona .^ to resolve a 
discord; e-e 91otc ... (tur« ba« ?IufIöiunB?jet4en 
■übet^erfteii^n) to restore a note. — 4. (onf. 
Mtta «ia*enl to dissolve, to break up; bie 
9anbe m BttunbHaft ... to sever the ties 
<rf ...; eine te^e ... to dissolve a marriage, 
to untie the matrimonial knot; ^ ein 



©efftäft .X, to wind up .„; e-e i^anbelSgeferi« 
fdjaft ~ to dissolve partnership; ii ein 
öorps .X, to disband troops; bie Seriomm« 
lung I?|le [li) auf the meeting dispersed 
or broke up. — II ^b p.pr. unb a. ^b. 

6. in ben »cb. bcä inf. — 6. <27 (dis)solvent; 
(oeibfinnenb) diluent; .vbeS 3Jlittel (dis)sol- 
vent. — III auf-flfliift p.p. nnb a. ^h. 

7. in ben ffleb. be« inf. — 8. chm. auigeli>fte§ 
©olb gold solution. — IV A. Sl-s- n ®c. 
unb 9lui-(öfung f @ 9. (entroitten) loosen- 
ing, disentanglement. — 10. fig. eines ffie- 
Seinniffe«: elucidation; ?Iumg be§ Anuten§ 
im Siama unravelling of the plot, (ft.) de- 
nouement; pari. ?t.vung in ein ßomitec 
going into committee; (Sfrfe^unfl) decom- 
position, disintegration; chm. analysis; 
(Sob) death, decease ; wa^A.: Bon ®iei(6unaen: 
solution; Bon SBtütten: reduction; J" einer 
Siffononj: resolution. — 11. (Muftebung bi§ 
SefianUes) dissolution, breaking up; einer 
Cfie: divorce; ü oon Znibpen: disbandment. 
— B. nut 9l~Mn8 f (Ctfle6ni§ beS <aufl5len§) 
12. chm. solution; ?l~ung Don Sob in 911= 
fo^ol alcoholic solution of iodine. 

aitf-lii&Iid) (^") a. ®b. = Quf-I5§bar. 

9luf-Iöfungg...., a^:.. ("-"...) in anen, 
jSP. . -vbcfrct n decree of dissolution; ~' 
\'al]i^ a. 6oluble, solvable; ,»-fQl)igfcif f 
solubility, solvability; ~fraft /'dissulving 
power; ^mittel m (dis)solvent; ^ttifjen« 
jd)Oft f: <& analytics pi.; n^iDOXt n eine» 
inatiei» answer; ~jcid)en n: a) gr.: Q) 
diaeresis ( " ) ; b) cT natural ( ^ ). 

ouf-Ibtcn © (^") via. @b. «ep. 1. to 
solder on. — 2. (loststen) to unsolder. 

ouf-niadjen (-*'") @,a,.sep. I via. 1. e-e 
Sjilt: to open, undo; (auflcfiiiclen) to unlock; 
(ttcnn geWfllt ober genojift mirb) to answer the 
bell or the door. — Sib. Satte: 2. einSSctt: 
to make up; to turn down; eine lugeforfte 
31af(i)e: to uncork; Äüttoffeln: to dig up, 
to lift; einen ftnoten ^ to untie a knot; «fine: 
to crack (open); ein ifafct -, to undo (or 
unpack) a parcel; einen S^itm: to put up; 
ein Sd)nür(eib ~ to unlace stays ; Sugctnüff. 
teÄ: to unbutton. — 3. Ä ein iionto ^ (er. 
öffnen) to open an account; eine gottura .», 
to make out an invoice. — II pdj ~ vjrefi. 
4. to (a)rise, get up, set out; ficft .^ nat^ 
... to start (or make) for ...; bexMinb mad)! 
fic6 auf ... is springing up; fid) auf unb 
boBon mad)en f. ouf 11. - 5. (fi* »n et. onf*iticn) 
to set about a th. — III 91,», n @c. unb 
9Iuf-mn(^uno f @ opening, &c.; eon SBct. 
nebtem: to unfasten, to undo; # 9l.vUng 
(innere SDapndung einer SDare) inside packing. 

ouf-mo^ltn (^") via. @a. (f. ma^Icn) 
Sep. to grind all, to finish grinding. 
ouf-ninIcn(--")»/a.(ga.s?/>. 1. auf et. ~ 

to paint on ... — 2. ein «emälbe : (auffriiAen) to 
freshen up ; (infionbjcfien) to retouch ; (neu) 
~ to paint anew. — 3. (aufbrausen) aße 
fjarbe ... to use up all the paint. 

9luf-inorfd), mtift iü (•"'^) m @ marching 
up; drawing up; (ülujeinanbermatfS) deploy, 
deployment; ,v eine§ ^eetes, a\xi> : Strategical 
movement of ..., tactical evolution of ... 

9luf-mQrft^.... Ü {^•!'...) inSfiflu: ~Iinie 
f line of march; ,»,terrain w ground on 
which to draw up troops. 

Quf-morfdjieren, »eift ü (-"--i") »/«. (In) 
@a. sep. to form (into) line; jum 6efc*t: 
to deploy; in 6*io*t.otbnung ^ lofjcn to draw 
up (in battle-array); weit©. ... laffcn (auf. 
läbien) to enumerate; 91uf-tnarf(^ieren> 
iJofjen {H^i-^.i'.') n @c. fig. enumeration. 

91uf-ma6 (— ) n ® heaped up measure. 

ouj-mauein (^-") via. ^d. sep. to 

build up (with brick); (jü^et mauern) to 

raise. I open with a chisel.) 

QUf-mcifeeln © (^^^) via. (g,d. aep. to/ 



ouf-mcrfen (^''") @a. aep. I via. to 
mark, to note (or put) down. — II «/«. 
(i).) ^ auf ... to give (or pay) attention to 
...; bu ^aft nii^t aufgcmertt you did not 
li.sten. Itentive) listener.\ 

9l«fmcrfer (^«f") m @a., ,^in f ® (at-( 

oitf-mcrffam (^■'■-) a. (&b. 1. attentive 
(auf et. to a th.), mindful of; j-n auf et. .^ 
niadjen to call (or draw) a p.'s attention 
to a th.; auf eine ©efa^i ~ roerben to become 
alive to ...; adv. .^ prüfen to examine 
closely. — 2. fig. attentive to; er ift fet)r .^ 
gegen fie he shows her every attention. 

9lMfmcrrfamreit (^"i--) f @ I. atten- 
tion; j-§ .„ Don ct. ableiiten to divert a p.'s 
att. from „.; j-§ ,» erregen (fefieln) to at- 
tract (to rivet) a p.'s att.; j-§ ,w auf et. 
(()in)Icnfen to direct a p.'s att. to ...; mit 
gcjpaniiter ^ louftften to listen with eager 
att., to listen intently. — 2. fig. («ttigtat) 
attention; (C>öfii(iieit) civility; i-m grofee 
~(en) ctrocifcn to pay great respect to ... 

ouf-mc|ien (->*") via. fem. sep. uotn ^ 
to measure and put up ... (in a barn). 

ouf-mifi^fn (->i^) via. @c. aep. 2Dein ... 
to mix different wines. 

oiif-niutfen F (-''") vin. (^).) @a. sep. 
gegen j-n, etnas ~ to rebel against ... 

ouf-munlcrn (-•''") I via. fed. sep. to 
rouse, cheer (up) ; (onreijen) to encourage, 
incite. — II 91~ n @c. u. 91uf-niuHterun8 
f @ encouragement, incitement; er fanb 
f-e 9I.vung he met with no encouragement. 

ouf-niiififn (--'") vIn. (b.) @c. aep. H) 
mufe auf [-= ouf-Pcl)enl I must get up; 
bie X^Dt, bas Senfier muB auf(gcmn(^t roerbeti) 
... must be opened or is to be left open. 

ouf-nni^rn F(^>'") via. @c. sep. j-m et..,. 
(botrMen) to cast ...in a p.'s teeth. |down.l 

ouf-nogeln [--^) via. fed. sep. to nail/ 

ouf-uagen (--") via. fea. ««>-. 1. to 
gnaw open. — 2. to consume by gnawing. 

ouf-nä^en {"-'') @ a. sep. I via. 1. to 
sew on. — 2. fid) (dat.) bie ginger ~ (tpunb 
näjcn) to sew one's fingers sore. — 3. ben 
Smirn ~ to use up ... in sewing. — II fid) 
.^ virefl. (»on einer Sail) to Come unstitched. 

91Uf-nal)nte (--") f @ 1. (ba? ^luinotmen) 
taking up, reception ; j3^;j/*/o/. (in ii*): <& 
assimilation. — 2. (Suiaffung) admittance, 
admission; son €oIbalen, Sdifitem ic, au4: 
enrolment; ... fxember Bitten ob. Sffiorter: adop- 
tion. — 3. ((Smptang) reception; j-m eine 
frcunblicfee ~ bereiten to give a p. a hearty 
welcome; er fanb bet il)r eine (üble ~ he 
met with a cool reception at her hands; 
# einer Srattc gute ~ bereiten duly to 
honour a draft. — 4. ~ Don Kapitalien 
taking up of capital; loan. — 5. (Stuij»!*- 
nung) surv. measurement, survey; flüdjtige 
.V hasty sketch; grogtapdiiite .„ e-§ Sanbe^ 
mapping-out a country; iui. : ~ Don Sc« 
roeifen deposition(sp/.); ... e-§ ^rotuto'Ilä 
drawing up of the minutes; #: .v eincä 
SnoentatiumS making (up) of an inventory; 
.V be§ 2i5arenlager§ taking stock; üS^otogt.; 
sitting; taking of (a p.'s likeness); (bai 
äBilb) photograph(ic view). — 6. (gmpot- 
tommen) prosperity; (Stfclg) success; in ^ 
fomnun to come into fashion; in ... fein 
to be in vogue, F to be all the rage; t-t 
Stud l^at gute .X. gcfunben ... has taken welL 

9luf-nQlÖine'.... auf-na^me>... (^'^...), 
2luf-no^nie>..., n^-... (--...) in Sffan I ona. 
log „9tuf-naf)me 2", jSB.-^bebingungen /■//)/. 
terms pi. of admission; ,^fd)cin m certifi- 
cate of adm. — II sfb. säae: ,x,fii^ig a. 
admissible; % (oom JDiarfte) capable of ab- 
sorbing; für ffioumwoae ift bet WotU (no(^) 
.^fflljig there is (still) a demand ... on the 
market ;~fä()igfett/"admissibility;eligibil- 
ity; ,v}jnifuii8 / entrance - examination ; 



WgBSd 



■••• p««e IX) :F familiar ;P vulgar; F flash ; \ rare ; t obsolete (died); 



new word (born); A incorrect; (O scientific; 



The Stgni, Abbrcvlationii and det. Obi.(9 — #) V" 



irinr.iii/ ■.; tli; > l/ook. 



I^hifna..— ?ftifrr I 



'N<f(f)in ■I' n J«t »6fl(nBri»fflun8 : iUrvcy-ship ; 
■^iDÜrbifl a. worthy of ailuiittancc. 

OUf-llü|(l)fn (^'*~) ria. 9^c. «ep. to eat 
up liJiiiiitii'M) on the nly. 

Qu|-iifJ)iiibar ("--) a. 6* b. admissible. 

auf nri)iiirn l^'--^) ^d. »ep. I r/o. 
I. (au't ^fn) lo mine, to lift ii|i. — 2. »ob 
eMm ^ to pick up; fiy.ttn 'i^<t)itt)anT>\(b\\t) 
^ to taku up till! Kauiitl>!t. — :(. rl nut 
l-m ^ to rompotv (or cope) with a p.; ft 
foiin c8 niit jcDi-m ^ hi- is a niati-b fur 
.iny one; tun Aniiipf mit j-m ^ to enti-r 
into a cuntcHt lor to try conciusionH) with 

a p. — 4. btn loflrngrlanrnrn Qabtll, (illt 

Vla\i)( ItoirbiTl ^ to inkii up a ütit) li : tii/. 
Den i\ac><n bti t^rjflljluiig toitbcr ~ to pi« k 
up the tliioad ol thu stury; tiic ^tbtil 
inicbcr ~ to ri-sumu work. — 5. ct. (in fiöj) 
^ to receive; ItttirtrTflml to harbour, Nhi-I- 
ter; t«i (Doit ift in unfar eiirodx aujgc 
nomnicn ... pa.ssi'X current in our liUiK'untrf ; 
tn 6aal lunn «n Pin»ri -. ... holds or can 
»eat ... — U. ((in»ftiri»rn) to admit a p. 
(iD)to; CT I'cii r<(l) "t *'" l^ut «• lie joined 
...; Viiltcl in (in tlMalt ^ to insert ... in h 
papiT. — 7. all «oft .^ toreci'ivedioxi.ituhly); 
itrBlilrn) to eiitt'rtaiii ; gut autgrnonimdi 
icciOin to meet with a K'X'd rccfptiun 

•t a p.'i hand«. — 8. (auManm) tt. ((Ul .^ 

to taku a III. in frood part; t\. al4 iidv 
bigiing (Sdirrj) « to look ufion a th. aa un 
inHiili (a joki'l; Rr Bitb (9 bir t)od) ~ .. 
tliink it very kind of you ; O tri. nad) bcm 
CDttjAr - to read by sound. — W. (borafnl 
to take up or raim- (munuyj; rinc 91iil( tir 
~ to contract a Iniin. — lO. (|u 9at\rt 
Mntni) tin ^lOloto'Q ^ to draw u|i tin- 
miuutfs; (K brn I'anrrbcflnnb .^ to takf 
«lock; (in 'J.i(ri(id)nid .^ to ninke an in- 
ventory; gurv., *c. : rincn •mnbril ^ to sur- 
vey; 4/ a. to map out. — II. rtsifgraptiiit: 
to photoirrapb, r to take (a likunoss of). 
-- II fi(f! ~ virrfl. to risu (again); bib fn). 
(flrki^n) to prosper, to thrive. — III 91-^ 
n Mc » Vluf-iiabmc. 

aufnrtjmciie-nirrt ('--"•'). 'iDtirbig U» 
*>') a. 9*b. wortliy of lioinn ndnilttod or 
rpceJTed »r inMcrted. |riv(!t on.l 

auf-niftrn O ( "--) via. >i b. »rp. tol 

niif notirrrn (---") r/o. iin. trp. to 
note |i>r put, writo) down; 9 to bn«k. 

auf notidtn (-■'-") via. 91 a. »rp. j-m 
(t. «. to pri'MH (or uiire) a tli. upon a p. 

OUf-Oplrrn (^•^"l I r/o. aal rftefl. Old. 
»rp. did)) ^ to dacriflre (o.a.) to; to offer 
I'l.l.) Up; fid) l-ir, rlnrv CaAr ^ (fitt (me'bfa) 
to dcvutu o.s. (or to (rivu o.a. up) to ... - ■ 

II /%.b p.fir. u. n. ^b. di'V(ilt>d to. - 

III tl/v n tijr. a. fliit-DpfrrunR /"«It («olD 
aaciihcti; (blindi divotion: auf opfrruunff* 
(äOifl 'I Ot'b. rn|inbl(t of Melf-doiiial. 

OUf-pOitrn ("•*-) r/n. iia.ßrp. I. to park 
up on, lo loitd on; flif. to l)ilb( id) ntit 
(rt)n)iiS Cdi6iicO aufH>piidl I have tiikuii a 
nicv liiirdi'ii on mysidf. — 2. abs. (aal- 
»v««rnl r to pa< k iiikI bo off. 

aut-palniru ^^ ("-") fid) ^ rlrrfl. ft», 
»rp. to climb hand ovur hand. 

auf pilllprln ( '*-) rIa. eid. cc;.. ria IWn» 
. to luiiiK' up ... bv hand or with tho bottle. 

auf-pappru {''^■^) via. Oia. trp. 1. lo 
paato on. — ä. F to eat (or irobblo) up. 

ouf-pafirn ("•*-') 9ir, trp. I I'n. (b.) 
1. to iitli'ii'l; to listiin (ntlontivi'l) ); to 
(be on tliul watch (or; Qttto(l>»f:t ' nttm- 
lion !, mind !, look out !; pad (nut l out ! mark 
my word! — 2. i-m ^ to waylay a p.; |.m 
^ lofjrn to hnvi< a p. watclmd. — || r/n. 
S, tintn t'rdd auf rinr ed)ad}ltl ^ to At 
:\ rovor on n boi. 4. »ia»n (>ii: to trv on. 

«Ul palirr (^•*-) m fila., ^in f «d 
I. (polic«-)!ip7; (»aMifi) llattoor; MsUi 



(traainAitanibrc £4ultr) nionltor; b(n ^ Ht 
nillttllri ipiclcn r to bf (or Mttind) cave. — 

2. a onb'rly duty; 4/ look-out man. — 

3. It>6iri) iriiardian. |6.«. e))pion(n)a|re.| 
«ul poitrrti (-^-" a. ^■«— ) f «# «rtflf 
aul-pQUfrn ("--) r/n. (Ij.) i|a. #«'/». auf 

kit tioiTBcl ^ to lieat Violently ... 1 whip up. I 

out pritfdtrn (— ") r/a. sic trp. to/ 

auf pfal)lrii ("-") r/n, 5ia. •»•/>. to em- 
pnli-, to lix on (or to fasten with) stak«.-a. 

auf-pfrifrn (---) r/a. ar» rin. (I).) «o. 
*</«. to piny ujion a wlll.^tlu or fife. 

auf pflanirn C^^") Hc irp. I r/a. to 
g«'t up: A: (inc iJobnt ^ to mise a stan- 
dard; Ci(;d)Ol;(^ toT ioijntcaiinoii;bo«'fo' 
lOiKtt ^ to tix bayoueU — II jid)^ virrfl. 
to take on«>'H (ilacu or aland or position. 

aufpflotfrn (^*") r/a. fria. trp. to 
fa.stoii »iih pe>r8. {plough up.) 

auf pfliiflru {--") r/o. *ia. »rp., ayr. tof 

auf-pfropfrn (^^") p/a. 6ia. »rp. to 
liniirrart upon. |ud with) pitch.) 

aul-pirtirn (^*>') r/a. 9ia.#'>p. to (fasten/ 

oufpidtn ("•*«) via. 91a. ••/). 1. to 
pick up. — 2. to pick o[>«n. IbC 

onf-plnffrn (-'''^) t/a. «lb trp. ^ 

out plutirn f-"*^) P,'n. (In) c: c. trp, to 
biir<<t opi'ii, to fly asunder, to cxpbKle. 

nuf pluflrru i (^") vfa. an» r/rr/f. 91 d. 
*<-|j. (la Pcflrl pluflrrt Itin OcfitbCT aba fid) 
'.iif ... rufi'os it« fontliKrs. 

auf pod)ru (-■**') ova. »r;?. I r/n. ft.) 

1. »on tttifn: tO beat fast, to throb. — 

2. nit bri Bouft It. auf b(n Xifd) ^ t<> knock 
on the lalde... — 8. /i'/. (urttn) to .show a 
rMfrnctory spirit, — II r/o. to knock open. 

auf-polirrrn (^f^^-) r/a. 9ia. »rp. to 
polish lor Inrhish) up; to rub (or touch) up. 

aufpolRrm l^"*"» vja. 91 d. »rp. to «tufl, 
to uplioUter. I print, to impress on.) 

aufprägrn (-•'»') vja. si a. »rp. to im-) 

auf pralirn (--*") I p/n. (fn) 9i a. »rp. 
'o ri'bouiiil, to bounce; H lo ricochet. — 

II «^ n 9«c. robound(ing); H, ricochet, 
ouf-prrfirn (->*") r/a. sic. «*/>. 1. to 

press a«rBin. - 2. >ta« Stnltranj k. : to im- 
print, to impress on. — 8. to press open. 

auf-probirrrn f^"-'«') u/a. ^i», g^p ,^„ 
Vit%t >(. : to try on. 

auf prolirn'x ("*«) I via. a. vln. (b.t 
9ic. trp. l^ffil.flljt -w to limber (up) ord- 
nance. — II «<s> N ^c. Iinileiing (up). 

auf pubrrn ('-") r/a. 91 d. trp. to re- 
puwiler; to use up in powdering. 

auf piiuiprn ["*^) via. n%.»^. I. to 
finmp up, to henve. — 2. F •iib: to bor- 
row (on all (Ides); F to get things on tick. 

«ufputi {'■^) m 9i I («r|u|) drea.s; 
adornnieiit ; finery; tin fdliomir .v F a 
ciirioiis get-up. — 2. aljcB.: ornament; 

Iti Vaurm: rnnfftnr) of plaster. 

auf plHirn .»rp. Ir/a. «n4irT 

K.rtocli'ai" . ten, pollih; flit K.' 
to du (or trinil up; fli/ (ivn aibdira) to re- 
touch. — 11 r/ii. a. fid) -„ virrfl. to adorn 
(o.a.), attire (o.a.), «marten (o.a.) up; |h 
•at Mrt'trli* • ■' :',l F .» cot up io a 

IlldlcroU« (n itt F to tidv up — 

III «-v n ?■ ' ^■•\-yn^, 
«uf pulirr I •' I r-. a.. » . ^ 

1 leiiiil»)<'r, I oli«her ; ' 

auf-ourllrn ( *•') 1 I ^e »rp 

I, to gii«li fortli, to spriii.- I IX. I I I 
(|ltt«B>) to bubble up. ■ i. ' • o['<<n «i-r. 

a gukh. — 8. (aa(4i>(liiii> to awall up; to 
rise. - 11 ria. Ha. tri> «.■'< in 

Rnnk,toiteep. — III «^ ■ 
(or huMbnv) up, .Vc, | 

aul-qurl)d|rii ( -'- I r/ 1 

auf roHru ( ••-) : 1 , 

«nati h ( .( raki») »,■ . I 

to turk up .>; autgcninui ttciti. 



- II fid) . r , • 
qui. kiT ; fiy. ,.i 

out ; ti 

» to r •• ^ . , - . , . 

aut-ranttn i-*^) vln. ||n) ■. |l^ ^ <ir»fl. 

ftia. trj). to climb (f r .-■■—•' 1 -jpi, 

ouf-roflfln ( -■*~) I cd. trp. t« 

op<-n with a ra"' - - 

auf-raudjtn I «rp. I rim. IM 

lo rise as ^tni'kL-. - II r/n. ««a* fttCt *o 
finmli; bra tabal .. to «moke (up) .. 

«uftoul)-... O (--...) ta Ä''«t»-j»«. t» 
«wfiitn n Potifni t*'-»' ■ rr^itfT? ir'-n. 

auf-raul)tn O - z«« 

•o raise, nap, il ■ ■ 

«■frautjtr O {-^"t m «9a.. <%.!» f M 
Xa^vaAftrt: dresser, carder. 

auf rauinrn(^'') I r a. aabr/n.ltima 
trp, 1. |it(.|4all(a) to carry ■ ", ■■ "1 .re. -- 
2 (tniaaifa) t'.clear, dio« Vf<in 

Vogti . to clear out one s s-h»; m-.l «-t 
fOan ... to soil off, dispose of ...; X arlUI. 
b ' ' i) -w t« cle ' i'- 

1 ■■ i trbara ) i a 

raxti; t to tidy up. — 4 <n 

■ iimttn ^ to punre th" 
antrt l-i Xlfsri^Adfl: to mak 
(in one'a bou.sehold); m:: 
'ilnftdjtra ^ to throw up (or a 

forniKr opinions; tn Sntf itai ... . t<« 
rianbiiB« uujgrrdumt ... baa wrought 
iiavoc among ,,.; »m fMne tduml ia 
.Öofp ta'l out ... is emptving the hn«pital. 

— II auf-flträuint pp. aa» a. d%b. 6. «■ 

aflra S(b*aiun-in b<l '"f. — 0. />•/. Oierrj, 
|0»ial, F jolly. — III 1U, H «c. a. «■♦■ 
rouniung / t$ carrying off; rlxarance; 
' tidying up; tl fonb flit b( m «~ it w« 
founil when tlie room was rleane<l. 

«uf-rauuirri -"I "■«<)«. I 1« ^in^MI 

cleaner. -- 2. 0*< «u.» l.o» •:■ .1,^1; 

ntraaAnti : broa /. 

priiiiingwire.|oL • ■. < 

auf-rautd)rn 1 --1 in 1 

oufraiilptru ( --) r .1 t. 

trp. b«n Gitjlc.ut ^ to ei| ■ ' . 

to clear ona's tlir^a' I '.| 

auf-rrd)rn O 1 '■^^ 1 r . >l 

oufrrdjnrn ('-^^i I r ••. l b.) 

9i.d. trp. lo nikon nr: t" '•', 

specify; j-m m. .^ t a 

account; tl. mit ta.^ ' *\ 

accounts. — II «u' n- 

cing; »et»|.-n'cnt ; f 

auf-rrd)t i -) a. ■■ •., 

erect; (itaiir«tl vrr'i «i'.. r-l 

btilltn to niaiiiiain (.> < ). '■■ • ) 

alloat; bat« ©.«^ 



to stand •' 

,. fttOtn to 1 - 

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pol I -rff II ( -J~| r « ' ' » 
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7. («ufa.-naifrn) agitation ; emotion ; flurry ; 
in 9UUMCI flcraitii (jiin) to grow (to be) 
eiciieii or Hhiinied: in 9Uunfl bviiiflcti, 
rctjctjcn = 1; b.f tanit StoM in in "JUiinn 
.. alaimed or in a (state uf) eoiimuitiun. 

«liii-rrötr (--") m @a., ~in (® one 
who excites; agitator (tisir. o. /"ngitatiix). 

«Iiifrcciunge.... (—-...) in SiiG", i^-- ~' 
mittel " med. stimulant; irritant; «/ftiitf 
n ihea. sensational play, exciting jiieco. 

ouf-rtibrn (--") epo- «'/'• * f/«- 1- to 
rub on; tin Si«""": to scrub. — 2. (n-unb 
teibtn) to rub sore; to gall. — 3. (aufbioudipn) 
bit öone ift ouigiucbcu ... is all ground 
op or crushed. — 4. (audi fid) ~- rlrcfl.) 
fig. (cftnidtfn) to destroy, to annihilate; ctn 
&f»r ^, audi: to cut up ... ; (unteiflvoben) to 
undermine; (eridjct'en) to exhaust; c-e ^bc 
Arbeit a wearing task; fid) ~ to wear o.s. 
out — II «•/«. (1).) auf ct. ~ to rub on a 
th. — III 9l~ n @c. unb 9lnf-rcibiiii0 f 
@ rubbing up; (SJeniiitungl destruction, 
auiiiliilatiun; (^ttsarfung) exhaustion. 

Slni-rciber O (--^J m fea. wimble; 
gimlet; centre-bit. 

OUf-rriljCn (--") vja. @a. sep. «Pcrlen ic. : 
to strin?. to thread. 

fluf-rclBen (---) @n. sep. I via. 1. to 
tear open; bit ibür jt. : to fling (or burst) 
open. — St'onbeit SäU«: 2. bit' klugen tueit 
^ to open one's eyes wide; son bet Suite: 
ben Boten ~ to crack ...; ficb bie ©onb on e-m 
Rogel ~ to tear ... (open); eine 5!ai)t: to rip 
up; O £d)icncn, StiDfeenpflafttr - to take 
up rails, the pavement; fif/. e-c alte li'iinbe 
tD.ebcr ~ to open old sores; agr. e. iBrnd)' 
fclb ^ to clear fallow ground. — 3. (emrot. 
reisen) to tear up. — 4. (aufjeidincn) to draw, 
sketch, design. — II vjn. (|n) to burst, 
crack, split; in bcr 51a^t .^ to come un- 
stitched. — III fitfi ^ vjrefi. to spring 
up suddenly. — IV 3J/>, n ®c. unb Sliif- 
reijjlllig f @ (f. I) bet «)aut: (bap(ping), 
cra(k(ing); be§ q-flai:etl ic: taking up. 

QUf-rtitcn (--") ^n. sep. I v/n. (fn) 
(in beftimnler Ctbnnng teilen) to ride up in a 
line or in files. — II vja. (irunb teilen) to 

gall (or chafe, make sore) by riding; firf) <n/ 
to chafe 0.8. by riding. 

ouj-reijen (--«) I via. @c. sep. meift: 
to incite, to provoke; cr rcijte il)n baju auf 
he egged bitn on to do it; j-n gcgm an- 
bcre .„ to set a p. against others, — II /v,b 
ppr. unb a. |jb. irritating; (»on iReben) in- 
flammatory. — III 91,%, « @c. unb 3luf> 
rti)ung f @ incitation, provocation. 

?lui-rei(fr (—-) m @a., ~in /■ @ in- 
citer, provoker, instigator, stimulator. 

Qiif-ifimen (->'^) 62 a. (f. rennen) sep. 
I vin. (in) = ouj-Ioiifen 1 u. 4. — II rja. 
— oui-Ioiijcn .ÖU. 6; er ift fo tumm, man 
lonn mit il)m 5()iir unb 2:i)or .,, he is a 
blockhead. -I II fid) da.) ^Wi7)r(auflpie|cn) 
to run one another through the body. 

auf-rid)t.... (^'-i...) in sfign f. %uf.tid)ter. 

ouf-rid)len (->*") 61 b. sep. I via. 1. n. 

8i»8«rte»: to raise, to Set up; >1/ ein gefielte? 

eduR: to right. — 2. fg. j-n in jeimm 
flummer ^ to comfort a p.; j-§ ÜJJiit toubct 
„ to revive a p.'s courage. — 3. JRauetn, 
filiate ic. : to raise, to erect; fg. e-n Sunb: 
to contract; tin «ei*: to found; 64ulen: to 
esUbli-sh. — II f.rfj ^ virefl. 4. to arise 
from; to stand up; fid) im 5*ctt ^ to sit 
up; fig- 1'* ro (ber ^ (ttboitn) to recover 
from. — III ti», n @c. unb 9liif-rid)tiing 
/■© raisiiijr, erection; (Itö(iung) consola- 
tion ; («tünbunji foundati'rn, establishment 

Äuf-rid)tfr (-•'-) rw @a. raiser, setter- 
up; anal. ItuiritSi SKuäil) erectoi'. 

ouf-rid)fifl(->'^)a. fetb. sincere, candid; 
(»ffen) open, trank; (tbriW) honest, straight- 



forward ; €t(eiii) genuine; .^ gefugt frankly 
siieakiiig, to speak candiilly or openly. 

9luirid)tigfeit (-•*"-) f f? sincerity, 
candour; liankness;straiglitrorwaidiiess. 

Qiif-virgelii (--") r/«- t^- d- sep. to un- 
bolt, to unbar, to unbasp. 

ouf-ringelii (-'^^) vja. unb fid) ~ vlrefl. 
^1 d. Sep. 1. to form into ringlets or into 
coils; torn tRaufbe: to curl up. — 2. (auS-ea. 
ringtln) tocten ic: to uncurl. 

SUlf-tijJ (->*) »I ® (Beiiinung) design, 
draught, sketch; atch. (Sufeeit ainfitDt) ele- 
vation; (SJotbttSlnricbt) front; pEtipeftiUiicfiet : 
scenograpliy ; 3eiil)eutiinu : coiustruction ; »w> 
jiifel O m constnictiiig compasses ^)^ 

ouf-riijen (^»s-) r/a. (g,c. sep. to slit 
(or riji) ojien; bie 4>aul: to scratch. 

nni-roUfii(-'^")i?ia.srp. I r/n. (jn) l.to 
roll up; bet ffiotfianfl rollf (gcbl) ouf ... rises. 
— II via. u. vjreft. 2. (auf eint iRoIIc rcitfclu) 
to rjjll (or coil) up. — 3. bie ^aaxt in fioefen 
.^ to curl (au(J rejß.). — 4. © Sätbcrei: ten 
Kanb, Soum: tO roll up; Siifim. : ouf bet JtUfl' 
tout: to calender. — 5. ^ fid) ^b, aufgerollt 

convolute, spiral. — 6, (jufommenBeroUtel tnl' 

fallen) (fid)) ^ to unroll, uncoil, uuturl. 

9Ulf-roUcr O ("''") m @a. epinnetei: 
fleece-roller; Stafjlwaljnjcit: roller. 

ouf-riirfen (-^") (|i a. i^p. I d/m, (fn) 
to move up(ward), to rise; in eine Rötete 
Stent: to be promoted; er ift jnni iC;aupt« 
mann aiifgeriidt he has been made a cap- 
tain.— II t!/a.tonioveup(ward),— III9l~ 
« @c. unb 9liif-riitfitiig f @ promotion; 
advancement (iu rank or jiosition), 

8luf-nif (--) tu ® 1. (lautet Suf) (out-) 

cry. — 2. («ufforbttung) call; (SBcfttii) sum- 
mons; eine» giititen : [iroclaniation; einen 
^ erioffcn to ajipeal to the public. 

ouf-nifcn (--•') via. ^oq. sep. 1. to 
call up; in bcr Sdjui«: to call upon (a pupil); 
einjein mil Kamen ~ to call over; j-n jiim 
^eugen -», to call a p. to witness; j-n biird) 
bie Leitungen ^ to advertise for a p. in 
the papers. — 2. jut.: (nibetvufen) to annul. 

Sluf-rnljr (--) >« ® 1. (untuSt) commo- 
tion, riot, disturbance; («etümmei) tumult; 
einen ,x, anflifteii to cause a riot; in Ijellcm 
,v (all) up in arms. — 2. (ennjörung) rebel- 
lion; {?iuiflanb) rising, insui leition; (ajieu- 
letei) mutiny; (umwiiiui g) revolution; in ,x, 
geraten to grow rebellious or mutinous, 
to rise in arms; e-n ^ flilUn, nnteibiüden 
to quell, to crush out a rebellion. 

5luf-rul)r...., o~.... (--...) in Stfon : ~ofte 
/',/vgcfe^ n riot (omiutiny) act; ~ftiftcr(iH 
/■) m jilotter, agitator; fg. firebrand; 
i^fitd)ti() rt, seditious, mutinous, rebellious. 

aiif-riiljrfn (^-") vja. ei a. sep. to stir 
(up); to rouse (up); bo§ Seuct: to slir, to 
jioke; alte @ifd)id)len (micbtr) ^ to rake 
up bygones; bie Seibenldjoften: to Stir, to 
iutlame; boa a.'oit: to rouse to revolt. 

9luf-iiit}rcr (--") m @a., ,v-in f @ 
rebel; rioter; insurgent; mutineer; a~ifd) 
a. ^b. rebellious; riotous; insurreclional 
(movement); mutinous (roririuci) ; illtlam- 
matory («peeclie»); seditious (laniruai-'e). 

ouf-riiftcM [i^'i^) vja. ^\h. sep. l.to 
raise a scafl'olding. — 2. (cintiSten) to ar- 
range; ((djmücftn) to adoni, to decorate. 

ouf-riiltclH(^'''")r/o. öid.Äfjo.toshake, 
to stir up; j-n an§ bim Grtdnfe ^ to ron.se 
up (l.y Bhal; nc); ouifi l'/»v//. fid) ^ to shake 
off one's lethargy; tonuiketresh exertions. 

ouf?, a\\\'6 = ouf (i. b8 1) r>aS. 

ouf-ioden ("^i") via. t^a.. sep. = auf= 
(abcn unb onj-biirbfn 1. 

OUf-iogcU(--")ll'/ff.(gia.Sfp.l.t-tSe(lion: 
to say. to rejieat; ein öipiidi -c: to recite. — 
2. = auf-lünbiginl. - II91,n< « @c. u.SUif. 
foßun8/@3.recitation.-4.=nui-ti.ntiginil. 



ouf-fögcn (--") via. fi a. sep. 1. to saw 
open. — 2. to saw up (all the wood). 

onf-foninicln (->^") I vja. Cid. sep. to 
gather (u]i), to collect; einjtln: to pick up; 
in 5>aufen: to hoard ni). — II 91,%, w @c. 
unb 91ufionnn(r)lnng f @ gathering (up), 
collection; hoarding uji. hoards p/. 

onf-jäjfig (-^^^l a. 4>b. I. hostile, op- 
posed; j-ni ,v jn to have a grudge against 
a p. — 2. (nibcifuenfiig) rebel(lious); re- 
fractory; ,v tu. to becciuie unruly, to rebel. 

9luf-)"ä)fiBffit (-^«i— ) f® I. ill-will. — 

2. (aj-itetfpenftigreit) insubordination. 
0:if-iotteln (->'") vja. ^ d. sep. 1. ein 

SJfeib : to saddle. — 2. O cm p. onfgifattctte 
Stipl'e saddled stairs, saiided stejis pi. 
9lnf-foJ( (-^) ni (li 1. mfi G head-piece, 
top(-piece), crest; .„ (?ln atjtcfire) für gpting. 
Stunnen: jet-pipe, adjutage; a an IMaMiifttU' 
menien: reed. — 2. (lafel-^) ceiitre-piece, 
epergne; aus !Poteaan: china service. — 

3. \ (®ang) ^ ton ep.ifen : course. — 4. (flopf- 
pu^) head-dress; top-knot. — 5. (fiStiftlUc 
SBefconblung tinea Stema«) in bet Sctule: compo- 
sition, essay; loie n icfter ^, auft: Latin 
theme; in einet SeiUdjtiit: article, feuitltlO' 
nifti'dirr: essay; geiebttet: treatise; Ccrniijdite 
^Inffütje miscellanies; (lentfifitift) memoir. 

2Juf-fni{=... (^>i...) in 3ftfin, »a.: ~ftonßf 
X f artill. (bar of the) tangent-scale; ,%,< 
tljcnifl n bet ©düiet: subject for an essay. 

flHf-fiiljifl (-^") a. (§=b. n. f. ouf-jäftig 2C. 

Otif-ionffn (--") via. ^oe. sep. to drink 
up, to guzzle up, to swill ; F to drain off. 

oiif-fougbor (---) a. ^b. absorbable. 

ouf-iangcn (--") I via. %)g. unb@a. 
sep. 1. to suck up or in; to absorb; «,b 
absorbent. — 2. to suck open; (wnnb (au. 
gen) to make sore by sucking. — II 91,%, 
n @c. uub 9luf-inMgun9 f @ absorption. 

Olif-fÖtigfU (--^) via. Ci a. Sep. to suckle 
up; tin fiinb audi: to nurse; fg. im t)o6 btl 
5JapfHum« onigciöiigf iSCfJ.) reared ... 

OHf-fd)obfn (--^) via. (|i a. »pp. to scrape 
(or scratch) off or up; to Scrape open. 

auf-jd)fln,ic" (->*") via. l^c. sep. to 
trench; to throw up; to heap (or pile) up. 

9Uif-id)(irf'... (-"'...) in snnn. js.: ~incffev 
n hunting-knife (= Si»eib-nief)er). 

auf-id)nifcu (-*'") via. ^a,. sep. 1. to 
whet, to sharpen (up); O tineniffiütlfitin: to 
edge, to notch. — 2. hunt, (bem iaJiib bie 
5>attl nufidmeibeii) to cut 0| en. — 3. (rijen) 
bie ©out: to scratch (open). 

ani-jdjorrcn (->'") via. (ga. sep. = auf» 
groben 2; »on Cütinem: to scratch up. 

auf-fd)aubcni {"-^) vjn. (\)., fn) @d. 
sep. to start u)) with a shudder. 

ouffd)nnfii (— ") y/«. (I).) iga. sep. 
1. to look (or glance) up to; to lift up 
one's eyes. — 2. = cui-pafjcn 1. 

o«f-id)nufc(n (-->^) via. %&. sep. to 
shovel up; to throw up with a spade. 

OHf-fd)ännien (--'^) vjn. (jn) ej a. sep. 
to foam up, to froth; fiebenb: to boil up. 

ouf-id)fllen (->'") vja. ^a. srp. to ring 
up, to waken by ringing (= ouj-ttingclii). 

oiif-fdjrnlfn (^^i^) via. fea. sep. btn 
ffiatt: to throw (up). 

oiif-fdierrn (--^) via. @\).sep.0^titm. 

to waiji; 4/ Sareluett: to coil (up). 

onf)difnd)cii (--") r/o. «i a. sep., hunt. 
j. aiif-iagm 2. 

oni-id)cucrn (--") via. @d. sep. 1. to 
scour, cleanse; ©e'djitt; to wash up (dishes). 
— 2. (wunb teiten) fid) {(lai.) bie A^aiit ,v to 
scour oft the skin, to lub o.s. sore. 

ouf-fd)id)ffn (-"*") I via. %.h. sep. to 
stack (or pile) up, to range in layers; bib. 
geol. to stratify. — II 91~ « fee. u. 9luf' 
id)id)tunfl/"® stack(ingl, piling up; super- 
position; geol. stratification. 



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*if ä«"t<n. ^'< «Mörjungen unb fit aL,)i'uir,rl(n TtnuihvrKn (G — S»i fno ■ en c fl : | ilUtlUji... \:IU|)u|Ubl 



«uf-ldiidjtfr ("^") m ©a.. ~in f t» 
pil>;r-ii|i. .".tfiiflti ODO wtio Ntsi ks brn ks. 

aut-|(t)irb bar (-■'-)«. 4* l'.j)<)»t|)ouable; 
nitfyt ^ iiiliMittirijr (i(f) iic> di-liiy. 

«uf-id)irbr<... i--^...) tn «("'an : '^Ifiiflfr >i 
vuNii-wiiiilDW ; /«^rilifl »< iinilirt'lla-iiiit'' 

OU(-|rt)irbfll("--) lr/a.3i>f.#»-/) l.liHntn) 
U) push (T to hIiotgj o|i<'n; btn SHiisd « 
to Ulli olt (thu do'T). — 2 /?//. to [lut off; 
(au< tttlimmi» .>jfil) to postpone, to (Jl-fer; (auf 
tut!» j)»ll) to Bil|oUin (a nirrtiDti) ; Itegrtrt} 

to delay; <i Id|;t (:(b n dil ^ it l>rook!) 
no di'Iny; pnb»: aiilgifdjobrn ift nid)t 
auf(]rl,obrii oniittaiit'O Im no Bri|uitlaii(-e; 
bcijti oiiiflfidji'btii ol3 aii»flil)obfn better 

lati; itlJill liiV.rr. — II W~ n ^c. ank 

Wiif-|d)ifbiiii(i /■ *(> po»t|poiieinent, delay; 

(c«n lag |u laal pfoi instillation. 

auMrtiiriirit ('•'-*') via. oia. #fp. to 
fasten (down) with iron hands. 

au| |(f)irf]rn l^-) feo. »ep. I tja. 
1. rin Hot lt.: to burst open. — 2. U/ tin 
Zaa: to (wind into a) coil. — II rjn. (fn) 
3. (ri«;oi|.!ii(trnl to shoot lor riHo) up sud- 
denly; uoin tDallri; to rush (or lenp, SJiirt) 
up. — 4. («ulnad,l<n) to grow up rnpidly; 
wit $:ljt ^ tu spring lip like niiishriHinis; 
in Coat ^ to run into seed; Inng oujgc 
|(J)o|liiitr Uünid) luntr limky fellow. 

0U|-|rt)irrfli|-'*-)»7a 8in.«^ to harness. 

oiilirtlorttii O (-•*-) iln (b) Cia. nrp. 
•icfrrri: to he riduccd to Scoria or dross. 

\{lllf-fd|la(l (-^^ nik --) m ® 1. (Siittt- 
laOtn oui (I.) »itrikiPK down upon; X .^ c-l 
Wrfilufjto impact of a pio.iectile. — 2. — 
aii|-{d)taDCM ill. — !i. on Xcit, an (ft UniUtin : 
taciii);. liipt'l; mil rotiiii .^with red facings, 
faioii with red; am tliirri : ciilT; unCtlifdn: 
(eiulpc) top; (m (ul. lititmprl brill). — 4. (K 

iSticiiiifiariungl advance; lisc (,,r Improve- 

nient) of prircs; (ii((tl> Clfuri. flul(iati(l ad* 

diibmai duty, expenho; (U»«Tar»iiti) over- 
weight. — 5. •• Vludion. — 0. d' u.pron. 
I(ut4 Vluit't'n bfi OnnP trinAntti ladl arsi». 

— 7. Ci'IcI : (cflcnrl Oinlrgrn (ft lltilf ) turuing 
up of a card. — 8. O ll!r»<itt: wnrp. 

Wllf irtllOfl.... (^•*... ■ --...I In Sflan. I».: 

.«.brahl O I" ertns.: fuller-wire; A,(|r|d|lDiii« 
bin'fil ii /"finftRujfl strikinjr velmity; »v 
idlilllfrl O f am IVaWitiait llnatl-hnardl ; m.- 
ftriirr /extra duty ; ,^\\\A) m folding table. 

aul irt|laBfn ('--) ><r. $rp. 1 via. 

1. ImvailAlaitn) bit Vtiifirn ^ to raise (»r 

cast up) one's eyes; bm CAItirr: to put lip. 

- 2. kit MiBil: to tlU'k up; rlsf f «ilrriipc . 

t^ turn up. — 8 % jeiiit aUunn ^ \ li". 

— 4. fill- t- Wtlfldjlir .V to act up a laugh. 

— 6. (iTtiifilriil tin Vril i(. ^ t4i DUike (ur put) 
up ... ; Iln »riori: to «net; rIn «afi, flrti: 

to pitch; |iinr *Jt'i)l)tiiin(| on cmkiii Crit 
^ tu ttiku up one'it aboilu knniewljeio. — 
fl. (»flnrnl to Ihreak) open; tlrt: to crack; 
tin 5.1I ~ laulfpuntriil tu knock the bung 
nut of ...; i-ni kdi Acpl .„ to split a p.'s ... 
(open). - 7 11* 8'u4: to open; flUf GitUf 
In Miiui Vuitl: to look (or hunt) Up a pas- 
ünk'e; kill tUcTirituA; to consult; •ritl : rt» 
ffailt « to tut II up ._ — 8. (MtHa«>Rl to 
fasten (or fix) by blows; tin i[,>ui-(i|in ^ 
to put a shoe on ■ hvr»»; iisfi •«sk nut 
(bin Vftflm) idloflin to put (or fix) ... upmi 
til« last. — 1). 4 (In 3ai to Ulilhy. — 
II fin. (fn) IU. Ifitijrn) to move up Ira- 

pidlyl;(aiii|(tn>nrnltoii<liounil, tobouili oup; 
in niAnmrn to blnz« U|'. — II. ti« •cMAkt 
fitlii(^u<i|i><a4i«ui|... burst (or broke) lorth. 

— 12. W to ri-e (In price), to aiUnnco, 
to inipruvn; mil Irinm ^taun n-;». |nn( 
'il'nttii) ^ to put up (or raise) th« prices; 
tie OfUr |d)li^(\l niif ... is looking (t<r going) 

up. — lit. out »rn «itk«« u. « to strike hillJ 

upon (ÜI* iirouiiil, «<-.); to coinr down with 



Telomeni <•. — ill f[^ n >i ■ 1. t 'i\u\- 
fd.laRiiiifl f i9 rtti»iii(f (up); u c»- ti /■'/ 
91^ ter 'Hugrn casiini; lor tun 
(oO the eyes, upward g!anre; t-i ^ 
erection; ciKiieagnl: encnni|inieul; btini 
*}I^ ttnr« Va«ifl on olieiilliir • Look. 

nul-fdilriirn* l~») ||dilri|(n| cia. ^n. 
ctBiai auf Ala« ic. .., to grind ... 00 ... 

aut-ldjlfiifu« (^-) |6d»lii|t| «/a. «a. 
$rp. 1. to diog along (on a sledge). — 

2. (|u (inrr CdUI-t Iftlingrnl tO tie. 

OUf ld)lirf]rn (-'--) I r/o. ank r/rr/l. 
^>e. Ki-p. 1. ijid)! ^ to unlock; fig to un- 
fold ; i-m pin Ccri ^ to Of en (or pour out) 
one'» heart to a p. — 2. X to Open or ex- 
plore (a Diiiir); brr (Maiifl fd)li(iit )id) ouf 
the lode ia widening (out). — 8. ii bit 
(Mlirbcr ^ to close the ranks ;aufe(fditofi(n! 
close ranks! — II 9l/w n ^c. ank tluf> 
id)liri|unfl f fl unlocking, Ac. (f.l); X 
exploration. — «al- au« %uj-id)luiu 

«nl idihrfirr (---) m jja.. ^in f 44 
opener; tiimkey; Ihra. box-keeper. 

auf-fd]lin|(rn ("•'") r/a. ank virrfi. ^a. 
»rp. 1. (la bic t>t« litlia(ni) to tie up with 
a loop, vL to slllig up. — 2. (aafbinknil to 
untio; (IriirldflK* : to disentangle. — :i.|Ml- 
lAluifcB) to sna.low (or gulp) down. 

aul-fd)liljrn (-•'-) via. cic. »rp. to rip 

up or open; birValc tO slit,Ctg(t : tO b(p)Ut; 

)liif-fd|lit|rr m up a. ripper. 

Quild|lud)itn (-"'-) I'/n. H.) ®c. $ep. 

to sob aloini or bitterly. (up-l 

outfrtiliirfrn (-•*-) r\a. dta. $fp. to sipl 
tint idling l-<^) VI M 1. unlocking; Hk. 

/i.17. disclosure, explanation; ^ fiber <t. 

gibcn to thiow li^ht on a th.; j-m ^ Obtr 

ct. flfiuai.rfn to vouclisafe a p. inf- 

respecting a th.; fid) .^ Obci tu X)^\ 

to ac(|Uaint O.S. with tlie facUofacaw; 

iini näbtrcii ^ bittrii to ask for full partic- 
ulars. - 2^ - «n-brud) I. |ou|-((i(n.) 

auf-ldinianjrn (---) r/a. 91c. arp. _/ 

aiiMd)mrid)rln \ (--*') r/a. nak r/»r/l. 
cid. fr p. . an jd-nicidjcln. |oui-n>tritn.) 

auf-ldintribm Ti"--) r/a. » n. »rp. — ) 

au|-jd,nirl)rn (-•*") »rp. I 1 o. $ic, t. 
5<>e. 1. to (sinielt on. — 2. (eflnra) to open 
by (s)Dleltiiig. — 8. (^al-UUn) t-i 
down ; to dissolre by hr»i. — A.t 
aiitflrid.n)il)rn ... is al! 
— II p,n. I III) Ooe. to i 
(s)nieliiiii;; to open by (sjuieiiing. 

aul fdiuiirbtll (--~) v,a. 31 b. irp. 1. to 
flz by for».'iiig. — 2. to use up in forging. 

aul-td)Uiirrrn (--'') r/n. oia. arp. 1. to 
smear on; ll^iiltcr ... to spread butter on, 
to butter (il.c l.r.»<i|. — 2. I * • .1;: 

uso up in snieaiing, f /T,9. 

ouf-lrt;niOTrn ("--) vi». z\.i\. s<p. »ixx. 
1. •caiuif i(. Ill !l*utt(t >. to do up ._ in 
butter. — "J. til use up in slewing. 

aulldniiiifrii 1 ^•') via. mk •>, rr/(. Oia. 

nrp. ciira«, In, |iA ,. to aduru (or dl«ss) ... 

aul Idinalirn (-<''') »/a. 01 a. »rp 1. to 

I'Uikle up. - 2. (ittnrnl tO Ullbucklc. 

aulldinopliru I '-) }ia. »rp. I r/a. 
I. to snail h (or raltbi up, T fin. tuw fl«*> 
ti«i: to pick Up. — II r/N. 1^.) :!. iBa4 
Kali l«naptf*l to gasp lor brrklh. ~ t. f 
• oul-atiurn — 4 (>nku( ' -- 

aul Idinribrn (---i I 

1. (ifinidlrnl l< 
I I01 lit |,.f ii|.| 
I 

I : 

a iKMik. — 8. ri,>lia.niH('l M. : to cut I. 
slices; to carte. — 4. t" rut ui , 

II i/n. lb.) & fi-> ImjU««! t. 
swair««r; (l»<nniHnl I» rin,-,.; . 
•uik4ra: to talk big: f to t»ll a ' 
stretch (th« long buw); ba4 b<>(il »<i^.- 



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flui-|d)ncifiC[ . .'.i . V -^in f M 

catt49r, carver; (■naitwldia.- 
boAster; braggart, swanr' '■ j . —i\ 
nak -■'»'-) f 49 bratf, b-^un. e, big Ulk or 
Words/;/., gnsconad--; lUs'ienl bUrn<<y, 
a/«.iilf) ( --*~ ) a. 3*b. b<>«.stfiii; ;':inir.g 
(U»»< neiioii"), ■ i). 

auf IdintUri; I r/c 

I. tu liilig (ur j'lk' Uj'. — II > B^ 

Hd) ^ v,rtfi. 2 li •-.i'; '' ' -r 

fly I up. _ ;{ (rt 

auf-fdjnippcln I , .ijrr 

^ to cut 0(1 .„ int/j small bits; Va snip _ 

■u|-|d)nitl (-•') m ^ cu'i'"""' » k.1 

notch; le«li|lslit;|Oankt)K-- 

ci8ion;«»*CM»fti (ulf ' ' . .-», 

article* sold in a i 
auf-|d)uil|ril)n (—-i < 

1. to rarre on. — 2. t" 

auf'fdinobfrn (---). id, ■*■-) 

r/a. ;■ 'i "!■ '■■ I • • • t . 

ni" '114 

tie ,■ , . — 

2. oiirii Libat ^ to use up an on« s soulT. 
aut-jdjnurrn (--•') v a. si a. »rp. I. to 

lace (or tie) u(i<>n. — 2. at4 'Irtfi. (iMnI 
to untie, uncord, unfasten; |id| > tu uiils' -. 
O.S.; to come unlace«!. — 3. («at has Mas« 
rrtttn) to l| ut on a) string. 
ouf<fd)obrrn (-->-) oid» -htiMfra (5— 1 

^a. »rp. ria. O'lr ^<a : '-.!>. 

aul-fd)i)p|rn ( -'^i • >i oop 

(or la>ilcl U|'. to I' 'C^op. 

nuffdioillins I ftaain: 

shoot, sprig; tan ata « ivg, OTef* 

gruwn lail or girl, ju4 .' v.-t. 

ouf fd)raninirn (--'-') pa. i\%,»rp.¥» 
Oaat: to scratch, graie. rub off, raise. 

oufldjrdnfrn O 1-^») r a. »la. tp. 
5i((>i to (lay crosswajra and) pile up. 

auf iitiraubrn (^«) r/a. tjig. ttn 9ta. 
»rp. 1. t^> screw on. — 2 (t«s«t Attaboi 
to screw up; fig (itkam) to exalt. -- 
8. leHnrn' «w; tu screw off; {t^ . 

IiifffP t" 'o «-..pf oT by luniinf. 

I trp. 

n«l 

startled i>y. — II stM-U«. 

to alarm: -n i. -5 _ .to ro««« 

a p. from - IIIV/s.n#c 

atartiinK . ' ' 

Vuf-idirri resM. 

•lirribfii I - p c .1 ,- • — '-> 

down; la taafM 

f' u.lii» , Hf »till« •»! Sru'f. 

% (,liii,,-,-l !.. . US r. t.> I • 1. 
«a« 
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Sluf-!djub(g).... (^...) in Siis«: ~befe^l 
»< reprieve ; abrief m letter of respite. 

ouf-id)itItern (^«s«) vja. @d. srp. to 
(take on one's) shoulder. [idjüren.'l 

niif-id)iircn (--") t^la. @a. sep. = onj 

9luf-id)iir|.... (->'...) in Sflfln: /x-bonb n 
= 9lui-id)ürjcr ; «*foItf f, ~fnoten »w tucker. 

aiif-iiJ)iirjen (-'^") r/a. unb W»'«'/?. ®c- 
Sep. 1. ein ßleib (au*: fi(^) », to tuck (or 
pin, loop) uj) one's dress; vt tin 6tflel: to 
unfurl. — 2. (ouf-iefm) to untie, to undo. 

3luf-(d)ürjcr (-*'") »• @a. ton «leikEtn: 
dress-holder, page. |dish (or serve) up.) 

Quf-idiiiijfln (^"J") vja. @d. scju. to/ 

SUif-id)Utt (^<«) m ® f. Quj-fcbüttcn 5. 

3luf-id,iitt.... (->^...) in Sfifln: ~fc6 © « 
gStbftfi: settling-vat; «x/jltnge »i vat-boy. 

auf-ic^iitteln (-<*") r/o. i&d. sep. 1. to 
shake up; tin fyebcrbctt ~ to beat up a 
feather-bed; j-n ^ = aiif-rütteln. — 2. to 
raise (or lift, bring, send) up by shaking. 

OUf-fd)iittcn (-"*") I via. @b. sep. 
1. to pour (or put) on; (ejm.) 5PulBer ~ to 
prime a gun ; SRuOctei : ©etrcibe ~ to put 
corn into the mill-hopper. — 2.(ooff>)ei4ern) 
to store (or pile) up, to amass; ßom: to 
garner. — 3. (oufwcrftn) c-n Somo : to throw 
(or raise) up ; etra§tn6ou : tie 6rbe ^ (rfljem) 
to deposit...; ©djottcr, ^ie§ ^ to metal, 
to gravel the roads. — II 8t~ n ®c. unb 
Sluf-jt^iittung f@i. pouring (or putting) 
on ; storage. — 5. © nur QI~ung f (Ctb- 
atbei«) dike, mound, embankment. 

Jluf-jd)iitter © (-''") m @a. workman 
who charges the furnace, &c. 

auf-fd)ü^en © (-'^") vja. ^c. sep. 
SXfilinri : to open the flood-gates. 

auf-jdjtDQnjen t-«^") @c. sep. I vja. 

1. fto«tnnfl: einen Sfilft ~ to Serve up ... with 
the tail stuck into its mouth. — 2. einipfert 
^ j. Quf-f(6raeifctx 1. — II ftdj ~. vjrefl. 
tmm Slfau : to Spread its tail. 

ouf-lditoörmen (->^") f/n. (fn) @a. sep. 

to swarm up. fblacken afresh.) 

auf-idiWärjen ("''■") vja. @c. sep. toj 
ouf-id)toa^en F (-''") vja. @c. sep. = 

cn-jdjiDQ^en. [to soar up.1 

Qu|-|d)toebfn (--") vin. (jn) ©a. sep.f 
ouj-id)tetifen (--") vja. ^a,. sep. 1. ein 

Bfert) ^ to truss up a horse's tail. — 

2. geiletei: @axn ~ to warp ... 

ouf-je^Weifeen © (--") vja. cjc. sep. 
SeSmifbe: to weld to; to join by welding. 

auf-frfilBeDen (->'") sep. I vIn. (fn) #e. 
to swell up ; Bin gunen : to rise. — II vja. @, a. 
to inflate, to puff up. — fflai. on-fdjtDellen. 

onf-)d)tofmmen (^•'") vja. @,a. sep. 

1. to float (or wash) on to; (aftloaem) to 
deposit; geol. aufßffd)tDemmte§ Sonb al- 
luvial {/O thalassic) land; QufgeJ^njemmter 
Sdjiid deposit of warp. — 2. (oufWroeuen 
r:a(ten) ein Sier: to bloat, tO inflate. 

QuMd)n)ingen (->*>') ^a.sep. I vja. to 
pwing (up); ein Cfticert: to brandish. — 

II fit^ .^ virefl. uni u/n. (fn) to swing o.s. 
up; to rise; eon iDögeln: to soar up; fig. a. 
to make one's way (in the world). — 

III 91^ w ^c. -= 9lu{-f(^ti)ung. 

«Ul-it^ttling i^''') m (Si 1. Sumtunfl: 
.swinging up. — 2. (fflaipua) soaring up; 
fig. au(S: high flight; plöfelitber .v. sudden 
growth ; % advance (of prices); einen neuen 
^ nelmtn to revive, to spring up afresh. 

qiif-jcgeln •l (^-i-) W«. 0). unb fn) ^-d. 
■•'p. 1. einen ^lufe ~ to sail up a river. — 

2. (fi4 fefifcBeinj to run aground. 
Quf-jf^fn (^") I vIn. (I).) ^1. (f. fefien) 

tep. 1. to look up. — 2. (<aSii toben ouf) to 
look (or see) after. — II 9l~ n %c. (ajer. 
»anbrrung) surprise, shock; (©erebe) noise; 
ttarriifbej. scandal; ?1.^ erregen obet motben 
to cause (or create) a sensation; ?(.„ ef 



regcnb sensational; striking; «jtnig ?l~ 
mfld)cn to attract little attention; iini 91.^ 
ju dernieiben to avoid notice. 

WiiMrber (— "'l m @a., -x-in f ® over- 
seer; inspector; F boss; (aajEttmeifier) fore- 
man ; (Sorftrjetin) forewoman ; (S3eriBflUor|in]) 
manager(ess); ( «imcnpficßer ) guardian; 
(bie SMufriiit Ißbventer 6<SüIet) monitor; ^ 
(gdiodiimeiner) overlooker, banksman; .^bcr 
töniglid)cn S)ienerfd;afl (eiiaianb) Controller 
of the (Queen's, King's) Household; »on 
SRufeen: Custodian, keeper; bei SBettrcnnen: 
steward ; watnt n, ~"f(boft, ~=ftf Ue f over- 
seership; insjiectorship; custudianship. 

auf-ffin (^-i) I vIn. (fn) @a. f. auf 12, 13. 
— II 91ä/ « @C. bei 9lai)l: sitting up. 

ouf-ffl{bor (-'*-) a. ^b. fit to be put on. 

OUf-fc^cn (-^") @,c. sep. I vja. 1. to 
put on; bQ§ SBajonett .^ to fix (the) bayo- 
net; einem ^aufe ba§ 25(icb .^ to raise the 
roof; 6*ubnia4et: einen glccf .^ to put (or 
sew) on a patch; ben §^"fe (Icid)t) ~. to 
step (lightly) on the ground; fc^en ©ie 
3b«n ^ut ouf! be covered!; bie Stbufjeln, 

bo§ gffcn ~ to dish up; 4/ bie Segel, bit 
©terae ~ to hoist (or Sway) up ... ; lameitiel : 
einen ©tein ^ to crown a king; arch, notfe 
ein Stocfmer!.v, to add anpther story ;ai'Qffer 
(jum ßoiften) ~ to put water on (to boil); 
ein günb^üt^en .x. to put on a percussion- 
cap. — 2. fig. ein ®cfid)t, eine 5)iiene .^, to 
put on a face ; F feinen ßopf .v, to be ob- 
stinate; urn allcni bie ßrone aiifjufc^en to 
crown all; bie§ fc^t bem ©onjcn bie ßrone 
auf that is the crowning deed; F that 
beats all. — 3. (nieberWreiten) to set down 
in writing; einen fiontraft ^ to draw up 
an agreement; eine Üiedjnung ^ to make 
up an account; jut.: eine Uvtunbe .„ to 
draft a deed; flüd)tig~to sketch (roughly); 
(forgfSItig obfofien) to compose. — 4. (auf- 
rieten) ffegel ~ to set up ninepins; ßuflein 
K. : to pile up; ©aibcn: to stack up; typ. 
S3u(^flaben ~ to set (up) type. — II vjn. 
(i).) 5. \ spferb bü§ ben fficiter fdiroer .^ Ififet 
... difficult to mount. — III fid) ^ vjrefl. 
6. auts ipfetb : to get on horseback, to mount ; 
btb. im iBette : to sit up ; ton ©unben !C. : flt^ 
Quf bie ^interfU^e ^ to get (or sit) up on 
its hindlegs. — 7. fig. fid) gegen j-n .^ to 
rise (up) against a p. — I\' 91/^ n @c. 
unb Sluf-fefeUHfl f @ putting on; e-l Sriefe?, 
er Urfunbe: draft(ing) ; e-r ©dirift: drawing 
up, composition; (Wufftapein) piling up. 

9luf-fc^er (•^■'^) m @a., ~tn f@L one 
who puts on, sets up, stacks up, &c. — 
2. © Spinnerei: ~ (an ber SJluIemafcSine, ber baS 
BorgeflJirfl in ben Wammen bringt) Creel-filler. 

ouf-feufjen (^--) vjn. (i).) ^.c.sep. (tief) 
.^ to heave (or draw) a (deep) sigh. 

9Juf-rtd)t (^"f) f @ Uiintpl.) inspection, 
superintendence; (poliafiiid^) surveillan'-e; 
bie ~. führen über ... to have (or to be in) 
charge of ...; unter .^, (fiel)enb) under con- 
trol, (»on 3rten) under restraint ; unter poli« 
jeilitber ^ flel)en to be under police-super- 
vision, auft: to be a ticket-of-leave man. 

auf-rid)t8=... (^•i...) in sngu; ~bcprbe f 
board of control or of visitors; /v-bfjirf m 
inspector's district; ,N/fomitce w, «..rot m 
board of visitors; Ä board of directors; 
<v))erfonaI n superintending staff. 

auf-fieben (--") vja. u. vjn. (fn, I)-) @'e. 
Sep. = Quf-tod)cn; © Silber ic: to blanch. 

nuffiegeln (--") via. ^d. sep. 1. to 
seal on, to fasten down by sealing. — 
2. (öffnen) to unseal ; to unfasten the seal. 

oui-fingen (->*") (|o a.««'jö. I r/a. to awaken 
by singing. — II vjn. (ö.) J/ to sing out. 

SlufTinger -I (■^'*") m %&. singer-out. 

2lUf-ri^ Ü (^^) m @ („^ntpl.) mft: }Um 
~ bereit fein to be ready to mount. 



Sluf-fi^.... (^«f...) in SRfl»; w>. Js; ~befe^I 
m order for mounting (on horseback); 
/v-gelb n fee for the riding-master; /»/pange 
/■für fflögel: perch, roost. 

ouf-fi^fii (-''•') I vjn. (b., bis», a. fn) 
@i. sep. 1. im Seite: to sit up. — 2. = auf-- 
bleiben 2. — 3. to sit down on; tom (Be- 
flligel: to perch, to roost; (ju qSicrbe fleigm) to 
mount (on horseback); X .^!, oufgcfcffen! 
to horse!; j-n Ijintft \\ä) ~ lafjcn to take 
a p. up behind; T fig. ~ lofjen (im stiiSe 
loffen) to leave In the lurch. — 4. (feflfisen) 
%!/ ein g^iff fi^t ouf ... has run aground; X 
bie 5?atrpne filjt auf the cartridge is home; 
^ .^be Blüten flpl. sessile flowers jo/. — 
II 21«/ n @c. sitting up; Ji Sefc^I jum 
91,^ geben to give orders to mount. 

ouf-foUtn F (->*") vjn. (b.) @a. sep., 
ell. tt)o§ foQ i(b f(bou fo frflb (notb fo fpdt) 
aiifV why should (F what's the use if) I 
get up so early (sit up so late) ? 

ouf-forrcn vL (^•^"] vja. @a. sep. bie 
§ängeniDlten .^ to lash up the hammocks. 

ouf-fl)ät)fn (--") vja. @a. sep. to espy. 

ouf-jjialten (->'") 61 b. sep. I vja. to 
split, to cleave. — II vjn. (fn) unb fii^ ~ 
vjrefl. to burst, to crack, to split. 

auf-fpannen (-*'") vja. %&. sep. L to 
stretch, to strain ; e-n Sogen: to bend ; Se^e : 
to spread ; einen Sdiitm : to put up ; ein Seit : 
to pitch ; ©Qtten ^ to string an instrument; 
fig. : Qnbere ©oiten ~ to change one's tone; 
gelinbere ©oiten ~ to give way, F to come 
down a peg. — 2,. if alle ©egel .^ to sail 
under full pressure of canvass, fig. to 
e.xert o.s. to the utmost; meijt ©egel ^ 
to clap on more sails. — 3. © Su^binbetei : 
Morten .s, to mount maps. 

ouf-f})oren(--")t>/a. ^&.sep. 1. to (keep 
in) reserve for; e-n DJotpfennig ^ to save up 
(or lay by) for a rainy day; ^lufgefporteS 
savings pi. — 2. f. ouf-ftbieben "2. 

2luf=fpeid)crer (^"") ,„ @a., -fjieit^e^ 
(re)rin f @ person who stores up. 

auf - fpeidjem (— ") vja. ^od. sep. to 
store, lay in, hoard up; oufgrfpeicberte 
2B a rcn /■//>/. warehoused goods />/.; ^Ays. 
eiettrijitai .», to accumulate, to store up ... 

ouf-fjieifen (— ") @c. sep. = ouf-effen. 

auf-fj)frren (->'") @a. sep. I vja. to 
open (wide); ba§ TOouI ~. to stand gaping; 
F SJJunb unb Dtafe tor SerBunbeiung .^, et»a ; 
to be struck dumb with ... — II Ul~ n @c. 
unb 9lUf-f|jerntng f @ opening; ber Slugen: 
amazement, be8 SKunbe«: gaping. 

ouf-fl)iflen (--") @,a. sep. I vja. unb 
vjn. (b.) J'einenaColjetit. : to strike >ip; fpiclt 
auf! play away!; prvb. roem'S ®lüd auf» 
fpiclt, ber bot gut tanjen he dances well 
to whom Fortune pipes. — II fid) ~ vjrefl. 
(fi* ein Mnleien geben) to put On airs ; F to 
show off; fid) qI§ ^eiligen ~ to pose as a 
(or to play the) saint. 

nuf-biefecn (--") vja. ©c.sejj. tospit; 
5Ieii(S, oud): to broach; mit bem Speer: to 
spear, to run through, to pierce; mit ben 
^ärnem: to gore; al8 Sobe§Ftrafe: to impale 

ouf-fptnbcln (->'") <Q,&. sep. I vja. ©am : 
to put on a spindle. — II fit^ .^ vjrefi. 
to wind up, to rise spirally. 

ouf-f»)inuen (-^^) vja. ^b. sep. 1. (aucij 
abs.) to spin up; to work up in spinning. 

— 2. fid) (dat.) bie {finger .., to spin one's 
fingers sore. [to prick up one's ears.) 

oiif-f))it{cn(-^") v/a.iSj c.*ejw.bieCbren.v,/ 
oiif-flireijen (--") fee. sep. I vja. to 
spread out. — II fid) ~ vjrefl. to sprawl 
o.s. out; fig. aufgefprct}t: F bumptious. 

ouf-fprengcn (->^") vja. %&. sep. 1. to 
burst open ; to blow up (with gunpowder). 

— 2. hunt. Sebbii^net it. -.. to rouse ... — 
3. 21' offer ouf et. ~ to sprinkle water on ... 



Wgm8 [Wm- -t page rx) : F familiar; P vulgar; T flash ; \ rare; t obsolete (died); * new word (bom); /+ incorrect; <& scientific ; 

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The Si^DR, AbbreviAtiou Mid d«t OlM. (•—#)«!«' 



auf-fprir({rn ("-") '•/". (fn) ftc. »^p. to 

i»ho<jt (or s|)rin^, sjiroiit) up; to (fi-rniiii«t«!. 

au| Iprinflrn (-•'■') I p/n. (|ii) 0<»a. »rp. 

1. (tuper'priiiiirii) to «pritig (or bounce) up; 
to «tjirt t<» onft's feet; oor f^rrubf ^ to 
jamp for joy. — 2. (fl4 Jtlnfn) »en Tt»m: 
to fly open. — 3. (airtftflm) to burst ojion, 
•o «plit »Hund'T; b'f A>iiM6f fCtpprn) iprin- 
flfn mir in brr flflitt ouf the cold rlmps 
my hands (criicks my li])B); aufgr|D(ungrn( 
Oinb« ''Implied ...; 9 tn ffop^dn: .^.b: C7 
I'.-liisrent. — II tt/>/ n Ar. sprinfrinif up ; 
MlVonr« boiiiicinir (up); krrXtti: burHting 
open; tfitin»«: clitpplng, crackiD);; 9 »n 
••mfutüllfii : IQ dehim-enre. 

autfpri^rn (^''") oic. »»t». I v\n. (fn) 

I. to squirt (or iplash, tly) up. — II v\a. 

S. to «quirt up. — 3. (»ffnfii) rtn «fl4itür .„ 

to open ... by in.jpctlons. |auf-ipTiib(n-\ 

nuf-iproflrn ("'-) v\n. (fn) 4ic. »rj). — / 

auf-lprubfin (-'-f") r/n. (|n) 4id. »tp. 

I. (oalniiatn) t'l bubble (or boil) Up (t. «14 

oiilldjftiinnnl. — t fig. — auf-lo^rtn 4. 

aii|-fprtil)rn (— ") r/«. (|n) •-■i a. »<>/». to 
»r'arkle up, to tly up in Rparks. 

nuflpruns ("■*) m SI Xumrtrt: leapinff 
oii; bonnil. |to wind, to spool, to reel.) 

aiiflpiilrn © (^->') rja. da. in-p »tn-.f 

auf Ipliirn (— >')r/a.aiR.»rp. l.Con»«.: 
t<. dt-posit ... on. — 2. «fldiltr: to wash up. 

oiif-fpiinbfn, •fpiinbrn O i-'"*") via. 5ib. 
»'/'. fin tjofi ... to unhung a cask. 

Quffpiirtn (--") t'la. ai a. »ep., hunt. 
Ut hunt up or out (a. fly.); to trace, track, 
«•■arch out, smell out, «cent, ferret (nut). 

fliif-flailjrln (->'") via. 5id. »rp. to K"nd 
(or s)iur) on; mrllt fiff. to stimulate, to in- 
cit.e; eribrnlitaHra .^ to rouse or work up ... 

ojif-ftnftifrrn (ü«-«") _ oiifJ-flnffifrtn 

nufftnniinrn (-■**') — ouf Pcnimrn. 

auf-ftampirn (''*-) sta. *rp. I r/«. (!).) 

1. to Ntanip on the irround. — II r/n. 

2. to fn.tten by stampinir. — 8. (tffnrn) to 
open by stnmping or kicking. 

«lif flnnb 1"'^) m 9X1 l.S rising; F»» 
»rm etiitlt Tficfcn nnb ^ modjfn to rise from 
•hn tiihlc - 2. — »niif-rulir 2. 

auf'fliinbio, -ftiiubifd) (^<'^) a. $(b. re- 
hi'llioiis, seditious, reTolutionary; .^t S?t« 
mcgung insurrectionary niovenn-nt; 9l.^fT 
rt'lml, insurgent, (Vtruirm) mutineer. 

nuf-ftanb«'... ("<'...) in ana*. »e.:~Prrfn(fi 
»n attempt Bt insurrection, atU-mptcd 
rebellion. — c. an« ?liif-rii|)r'... 

aufflnpfin (-'"-) r/i. Old. »rp. {ant. 
ob-flapi'ln) to pile (or lienp, stack I uji; 9 
X*t store (up); tluf ftlplrr tn ^'a., Tluf. 
flnplrrin f *o one wlio piles up, Ac. 

out ftnrrrn ("*") tin. (J),) ji a. »rp. 
I. jiim .ifMminfl .^ to stare up to liearen. 

2. (ftott rmietn'trn) to bristle Uli. 

out ftaiibrn.nul |tniibrn(--'")fV».(5.,fn) 
9' a. «rn. f(i ily up US (lust. | f. ouf-jngf n '.'.^ 

nuf-ltdMbrrn (^'--) rla.iii\./irp.,hunt.\ 

auffliiurn ( "--) I r/«. 91 ». »r/i. 1. (tat 
•a. racfrn) to pile up; vL Mr E.itnng .^ to stow 
«wiiy ... in the hold of the ship. — 2. Iti 
fOaftrt ^ tn dam up ... — II Vluf flauuug 
f •«<.' ^Va^ft^.la dammed (uji) water. 

ouf ftr(t)rn ('•'•*") >>d. »rp. I i/n l.U) 
(ojien by) puncture, to prii k open; tia •*• 
lÄwOi: to lance. — 2 O ffat'ftfifitfKi : f f 
lUottr ^ to retouch a (copper-)pliito - • 
8. (Ktdlijrn) to fasten by stitches. 
4. (miitulifn) ffara if.: to turn up or over. 
6. «L bit Jt^nlfrn unb Crtjotrn ^ to give 
up tacks and slieeta; jivii lour ^ t« tie 
two rope,* t<>gether. — II r n (fn) <l> b«i 
bfm ?i>:nbf ^ to ply to windward. 

nufftrrf-... ("■*..) In .sna" <vrnnim ••• 

dressing-comb; >^tiabfl ^ (patent) .Irrss. 
holder; safety-pin ; patent ho^ks mi I .yes. 



OMf-flftfrn (-^''J I r/a. 51 a. »«»p. I. (hi 
Mf O'b« fl'if'n) to put (or stick) Up; r «k<l: 
to catch up: ntlDattla: t> pin up; fi(t)l(/a<.) 
bol ;^aor ^ to do (or tuck) up on«'* hair. 
— 2. (aafiiAira) {}iiitcr ^ to put fodder on 
the rack ; rin L'id)t ... to put a candle into 
the candle-stick; J/ be flagge .» to h"ist 
, the flag; a bal 'i'aion.tl ^ to flx (ti.e) 
i bayonet. — S, fig. (int *flml9mifnt .^ to 
put on an offlc i.il air; j-m r.n I'iitt Qb^r 
ft. «, to etiligliteii a p. on a subject. — 
4. r ft. .„ (aufgfbfn) to give Up; F to throw 
up (the game). — II H^n Mr. catchinf 
up (of • 'irau); (DfriiAi) retiunciation. 

«uffJfrffr © (-H m »a., ~in f% 
pinner; CpianrtH: reeler, winder. 

out pf ^f n (— -) I p/fi. >it. »rp. : A) n^ 
fn) 1. (ottrn fltbfn) to stand opeti. — 2. (taf 
rt. ftrtcn) to stand a{>OD ; btim Sobrn « to 
touch the ground. — 8. (an'trti tirtn) to 
stand upright. — b) (fn) 4. (flA nif^a) 
to get up; aul brm t>cilr anA: F to turo 
out (of bed); Don Jifd) ^ to rise from the 
tAble ; tr flctjt frflt) ouf he is an early riser ; 
fifj. tx if) nut bcm Imfin J^ufe jurrfl ouf« 
grffonbfn be got out un the wrong side 
of the bed; mrr ben anffibrrn nill, mu% 
frOtjer.«, ttwa: you must rise betimes to get 
thebetterof him; he is notea.sily taken in; 
vt bal C«tn fifbt ouf ... is righting herself; 
pon 8(i4f« : to rise to the surface. — 5. fiy. 
IrrlAdntn) «en VnrVttn : to arise. — fl. (|\4 
nnpiir«) to rise (up in annsl. — II tUv n 
Mc. rising; fpfllcl Ä^ getting up late, 
F fa.shionable hours p/.; V.^ b«« tOtibri out 
ieinem I'oflfT breaking cofer. 

auf-fltifrn © l^--) p/o. ^a. »ep. mi! 
Gtilrff .^ to (stifl"en up with) starch. 

tluf-flrisr... (--"...) Insnan: ~b(lioif. 
~flrin m liorse-block or 'Stone; >«.f!appr, 
~Drntt'(nsuction-Talve;>«<frttr/'bf«i>trtb«*: 
near side [ant. ofl side). 

auf firiarii ("-) I r/«. (in) ^o. »rp 
1. to mount; to rise; (auf) ben 5?frfl ~ to 
ascend the mountain; auf eint I'citer ^ to 

climb up a ladder. — 2. in r-n'» ?a3»n ^ 

to go up (or a.Hccnd) in ...; iten 

^ loffen to fly a kite; ein 1 iif.fll 

auf there is a Bti)rm brewing; bn Diab 
flrigt ouf ... is springing ap. — 8. flg. 
mir flieg ein (Hebanfe auf a thought struck 
(or (Kcurred to) me. — II >vb p pr. aal a. 
Mb.niounting.i&c. If. I); f(t)roff ^b steepdy 
ascending). — III fl^ n 9*r. aab llu(' 
firiflunfl f O ascent; fl^ ber j)\Iut rising 
of the tide; einclJ Wrmittcrl gathering of 
a storm; ant. gerobe, ((bfff ^l^iina riitht, 
ohlique ascension ' iintfrjd)irb m 

a»t. ascensional <! 

anf ftflirn (-■*-) aia. »»p I via. 1. to 
set (or put) up; (la Cibaavi) to arrange, 
to set in order; fine {VaDe (£itlinge) ^ to 
set a trap (a snnre), hf« «fUti .. t<> raise...; 
Vt'AlnfB; toflt up, to erect ;1lrtt. tOBpr>ftd ; 
eine CAiile ^ to erect (»r raise) a atatuo; 
Jl'nren |iim Vrrfiiuf ^ to «xptiae gtxNis for 
sale; aaibtvatitnt : to d> ' re, ware- 

house. — 2. arch, b'.e 1 » til »et 

the centres. - S it - 
up (or rni""> ..; fine € 
a s< ' rpin !■■ *t'm k .. to draw 

up '■ lalll»-!.... I. 4 !'■} V(- 

bingiingrn ^ to make terms or c<: 

j cnr 9i|)uuii|uiig .. to advance U: 

an assertion; einen J'emei» » to furnuh 
' proof Kit «Tidencp; ein r iV. . ~m.i. _ ^, 
^ lay down a principle ; , '-n » 

to put a p. up as canil < a - 

to nominate a p. ; 9 ■ , I* 

dra-' rn . 

to I tn t 



[Qlulfp--— 2luntr...| 

Idftt fi(b nidt 

to be done w.: I I 

to form, to draw up; >« 
in (line); ftit bintrr (a. -. ' : i>i dp ym^ w» 
stand in flle or in a line. — III 1U> m 
$*c aab Vuf RrOnng f 4* Sa 1 : tettiac 

(or putting) up; en VtlS an » : er»< tlon : 
Its IDairB |se 

I» W?»9|*a; w \ 

" !a C4-1K a •>( 

(drawing '•. • — 

.'a 4 : ^7. : (tattrjaa«) ttatem- 
l-^ung oil Aonb;bal Candida'. .::, l :_l , 
tion; rtn ?,n;n production. 

Vuf-firUrr 1-^) m Ma. per*oa «ibo 
sets up, Ac.; © tea •«'«-< ra: fltt«r. 

Vuf-Arnung*«... 1 



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„ouf ftellen*, t». ^faftrn pi. eoaitl» pi.) 

of putting (or fittinir) up, Ac. 

auf flemmrn 1 --i iia. #«7». I «•'« «■• 
r/re/l. I. ben Urm, ftll) ^ taf bo ' • 
lean (one's arm) ui'on — 2 ■ 
gegen... tore- — Ifri.O 

to force open - • , F to pdir up. 

auf-f)rmpfln (-^"j e,a. »id. »rp to 
stamp (uplon or an^w. loo.) 

autflfppen (---) r ; sta.«ep. toqailtl 

out ftitfrn I '^-') r <j. :(,«. »^p. (rt.) « 
ouf ... to embroider upon _ 

ouf-flirbrn ('-•') r/n. (fn) 9*r. »rp . Mk 

hunt. Icta 9c'.|Il)nfral to rise (or flvl ap 

Vuf flieg ("I m $) ascent; f. il^|:tg 

«uf flobertr (---~) m <»a. tracker. 

aufftobrrn (^•') r/a. »td »rp. I t.. 
stir (or rouse) up: ♦«». hunt •« sr«r», di«- 
cover, track. — "J. f /. * ' 

auiflolinfn ( --1 t ri. ^^ . r t> 

fetch (or urtert a I'le. pi rr-'tn. 1 1- ri.) 

aufftbpirln {-■^tria. ^-..L »rp. tii un ) 

out-ftorrn {—") vfa. i\%. »rp. 1. man 
to stir (or rake) op. — 2. ;-B « to r«n*« 
(ur startl«, di.sturb) a p.; VOb: to atArt. 

auf flofifu I---' • t 1 ^ 

rtn) to push (or * 

stuve in; ftd) Ifi ■ 

one's knee. — 2. 

(or throw, ki I : II 

aab fn) 8. (iB o; t ;!fi 

work; (laarr »»tb»al to r _ 4. »^ 

I^BtStaia »»»«Va; .«»•'•• : u« 

ri>e (or r> p.-at I w 

»4|<nib ouf I am I 

t'.atulini-y ; fig. ^ ' 

shall p«\ deArly f • .. 

to occur eo; to I ■ 

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a plaster on ... — 3. (In Me ^iht flrcidien) 
kit Üirael !C.: to turn (or tutk) up. — 4. cT 
~ QHi-firtiln. — III ?l~ n C9C. (act of) 
spreB'liiif.', &c.; tuniin? vip (one's sleeves), 
Ac; «luiftrridi'niclicr O n scraper. 

auf-ftrfiirn (--") Cia. sep. I vja. 
Hie ^linul oter <arme ~ to tuik up one's 
aleeves. — 2. (öffnen) fic^ [dat.] bie 4;quii 
^ unb rlrefl. fid) [arc.) ~ to graze or tear 
(the skin ofl) one's hand. — II vjn. (jn) 
(auf ben Scten flteifen) »on SfiürflÜQcIn jc. : to 
graze tlie floor; to sweep tlie ground. 

ouf-flrrnni (--^) «/«• Öa. sep. to strew 
(or sprinkle) upon; ^udtx ^ to sugar. 

Sluf-|tri(^ (-"*) »' ® 1. (Sfrftcißerura) 

auction. — 2. up-stroke of a pen ; J" up-bow. 

oui-flrirffn t--^") via. @,a. sep. 1. to 

work up in knitting. — 2. eine DJIaj^c ~ 

(oufnrtwnl to take up a stitch. 

oiil-ltrirßtln (--") @,Ci.sep. I «/«. (t).) 
»SOI $ieibe ic: to couib (or curry) up(wards). 

— II r fiff- f^iii ■v virefl. to trick o.s. out, 
to smarten (or spruce) o.s. up. 

ouf-llnfrn (--") & a. sep. I vja. to 
raise gnidually. — II vjn. (fn) unt fidj ~ 
virefl. to rise by degrees. — III 9lllf' 
^ufunfl/^@ gradual ascent; rÄW. climax. 

QUtpiillJfn (-^") f/«- @a. sep. 1. einen 

tiat .^ to turn up (the brim of) ...; axi]- 
giPölptc Slüje turned-up nose. F snub-nose. 

— 2. F I-m, fid) (rfa^) bie «Kü^e !C. ~ to 
clap (or put) on ... (hurriedly). 

oui-ftiiruicn (-•^") ^&. sep. I r/n. (fn) 
1. to rush up. — II via. 2. (aufreflen) to ex- 
cite, to agitate. — 3. (aufbttften) ein Stiot jc. : 
to (break) open by assault; to storm. 

onfftiir^tn (-^") ig,c. sep. I via. = 
Quj-fiülpcn 2. — II vin. (in) mit bcm fioDfe 
au{ einen Stein ^ (auii abs.) to fall and 
strike ones head against a stone. 

QUf-ftuljtn (-^") t^c. Sep. I vIn. (Ij.) 
1. to look up with surprise; to start at. — 
II via. 2. = QUi-plpen 1. — 3. (autmeen) 
to trim (uji); neu: to renovate; mit ((ftönen 
JJekencatten ^ to interlard with fine phrases. 
— Ill fid) .^ vliefl. j. auj-putjen II. 

ouipiiljen (->'>^) I via. unb virefl. @c. 
sep. to support by, to prop up with; arch. 
to stay, to shore; fic^ ^ to lean (or rest) on 
a table, one's elbows, «c. — II 3l/>^ n @C. 
Eupiiorting, propping (up), &c. 

SlufftnJjcr (->'") m €ia. trimmer. 

oui-ftiitjig (-•^^) a. ^b. headstrong. 

Quijndjcn (--") I via. ^a. sep. to 
seek (for, after); to (make) search for; 
to look for; j-n .„ to go to see a p., to 
look a p. up; leine olte ©egenb miefcer.,, to 
revisit one's old haunts; j-n .„ lafjcn to 
have a p. searthed for; bieSage eine^CtteS.,, 
to take the bearings of ... — II 91~ n 
@c. «. 1luf-iud,nnfl f @ search for, quest. 

?lui-iud,fr (— ") «/ @a.,~in /■© person 
who seeks (or searches) for, investigator. 

aufjutiimtn' (-''"), '(umniifrcn (^^^^) 
fil^ ^ virefl. 6i ti.aep. to sum (F total) up. 

oupiuninicn* lia., ■junijtn (-'^") fee. 

$ep. vIn. ( n) ((umnier.b auifUtäen) to buzz up. 

Qul-taftln (--") via. fed. sep. 1. to 

dish up. — 2© tui.m.: (fallen) to fold up. 

au|-10ff[« 4/ (--") via. unb virefl. fed. 
»ep. ein CitiR : to rig up; n:d)t gut on}' 
geiQlclt not (rigged) shijishape; fid) .^ Vfig. 
to rig 0.8. out, Quigctotelt (fein gelmsi) ^^ell 
rigged, smartly dres.sed, F togged out. 

?lni-talt </ u. pios. (->') ni ^ arsis. 

OUi-tolitn nI (-^") p/a. Cia. «ep. (mit 
itnei Xolie oufnrinben) to bowse. 

ouf-lQUdjen (--") I vIn. (fn) fea. ««»p. 
to rise |u])j; to emerge (from the water); 
■eite. Biib fig. (ftliteinen) to ajipear (on the 
surface); to come in sipht; plf^lid) .v to 
apriag up, Ftopop up ; eS tQud;tc ein &eiDd)t 



onf a rumour was set afloat. — II 91~ 
n @c. (a)risiiig; emersion; appearance. 
onf-tniun (^--) fea. sep. I vIn. (fn) 
bo§ oil taut auf ... thaws (up), runs, melts; 
fig. audi: to gmw warm, to lay aside one's 
reserve. — II vja. etmoS ~ to thaw ; to 
(cause to) melt; F fig. j-n ~ to warm a 
p.'s heart. — III 9U n @c. thaw; beim 
?l,v be§ SdjnecS when the snow melted. 

01li-tl)lin (--) §2b. Sfj:). It>/a. l.(öffnen) 
to open; ben SBcutcl ^ to loosen one's 
purse-strings; er mögt ben 3Kunb nid)t nuf» 
jiitlinnhed;irenoto|ienhismouth;bieCl)rcn 
.V to hearken. — 2. ben «)ut ic. ~ to put 
on ... — II [\d) ^ virefl. 3. to open ; ton 
ffliumen: to expand; feine i\\/t)tn Hinten \\i) 
auf ... parted; ein «Ibfliunb tljul fid) auf ... 
yawns. — 4. (fi* scigen) etb. fig. e§ t^nn \\ä) 
ung gute ?In§fid)tcn ouf we have good 
prospects; ® eine OeSetlfdiaft tl)Ut ficfe auf ... 
is forming. — III 9U « @c. opening. 

8luf-ticf.... © (^-...)iu sfifln. J»-: ~om6o6 
m, ~()nintncr m chasing-anvil or -hammer. 
auf-tic|cn © ("-") via. @a. sep. ßujifet. 
fftmiebe: to chase, to emboss, to raise. 

Onf-ti|d)Cn F (--*") via. fee. sep. eveifen: 
to dish (or serve) up; j-m et.~ to regale a p. 
with ...; oltc ®cid):d)teu .v to till old tales. 
9luf-trog(-'^unb--) w ® l.(auffletra8enel) 
commission; charge; (üCeifung) injunction, 
instruction; jut.: mandate; ei lom in i^rcm 
^e .. by her orders, in her name; im ~e 
ber gjcgierung by government order; e-n 
^ für j-n bcforgen to do a commission for 
a p.; fid) eincS ~e§ entlebigen to carry out 
an order, to deliver a message; einen ~ 
ju ctma« erijalten to be charged with ...; 
^ (BefteUuna) order; S^rcm .„e gemäfe in 
accordance with your instructions; ttir 
J)übcn Obren ~ ouSgefiitjvt your order has 
been attended to; einen .v,juvüdnel)nicn to 
countermand an order. — 2. © (d. gotten) 
laying on of colours, coat of paint. 
2luf-troo.... (^^... u. ^^...); ~e.... (^^-...), 



äj.^ 



äi 



unb "-...), a-x,.. 



~(Mng)£f 

in SflBii: /»/(6)'an^fiil)ri!ng f execution of 
an order; /v,(e)beiorgtr ® m commission- 
agent; ~grbct Mt> m buyer, customer; »v.» 
t)onbei Ä m commission-business; <x-(c)> 
tooUe © f tgp. (distributing-, inking-, 
printing-)roller; ~(Sl=n)ciie adv. by way of 
commission ; /^-jcttcl ® m e-ä äBövfenSlßenten 
list of (buying and selling) orders. 
nnf-Uogen (--") ^'r. sep. I via. 

1. (epeiien) to serve (or dish) up; avä) abs. 
e§ rciib aiiigetrogcn dinner is being served 
(up); ^ lofjcn to send in the dinner. — 

2. (auf Vatitx jeidjucii) to lay (or trace) out. 

— 3. (auf(ltciil,eH) to lay on; eine gatbe, audi: 
to apply, to touch; bid ^ to impaste, 
to set thick; fig., aui) abs. flnit, bid ^ to 
exaggerate, Fto lay it on (thick); £d)niin(e 
^ to paint, to rouge. — 4. © (ivbe ^ j ouj» 
fdiültcn 3. — 6. j-m et. ~ to commission 
(or charge) a p. with ; mir »nvbe e. IjcitleS 
(5)efd,äit aufgetragen 1 had a delicate task 
entrusted me. — (5. (aufbrausen) ßleitungS. 
ftücfc : to wear out. — II y/w. 7. f. 1 u. 3. — 

8. (auibou'djen) to Swell, to putt'; bie £toffe 
tragen ftorf auf ... are very stout or bulky. 

— Ill 9l~ « @c. unb 9luf-troftun9 f @ 

9. «= ?tuj-trcg 2. — 10. paint, apjilication 
of colours; lyp. 'a... ber §arbe: inking; fig. 
flarti§ ^^ exaggeration. 

Slui-lrägrr S (--") tn @a. 1. (fleUnci) 
waiter. — 2. Ä' = 9Iui trng-gebet. 

ouMrnnH)e(()n, <tro<)<)e(l)ii F (-''") f/n. 
(fn) fea.(d.) Sep. to stamp or tramp or 
patter (on the ground). 

ouf-ttQuft(I)n, >lroitfen (--") fea.(d.) 
Sep. I vIn. (fn) to full in drops, to drip 
on. — II via. to drop (u fluid) on. 



Otif-trcffcn (->*") fod. sep. I vIn. (fn) 
to strike upon. — II via. j-n ^ to find 
a p. up or out of bed. 

oiif-treibcn (--") @o. sep. I via. 1. = 
an-treifaen 2. — 2. (oufbinSen) eine Sblir: to 
break open. — 3. (auibebnen) to swell (out), 
to blow (or puff) up; © ajJelaa.otbtitcn: to 
chase, to beat out. — 4. etoub. ffieUen .„ to 
raise ...; j-n aui bem SBette ~ to drive a p. 
out of bed ; hntit. Wili : to rouse, to start. 

— 5. (auSfinbifl macjen) to hunt out or up, 
to get hold of; «euigUilen: to pick up; Welb 
^ to raise money or F the wind; bie Wittel 
^ to find the means (or F the money) for; 

S3o(t -., to levy troops, to press sailors. — 

II f/n. (fn) 6. J/ to be driven asliore, to 
run aground. — 7. to swell up, to distend. 

— 8. (aufflcf,en) bon SPflanjen: to shoot or 

come up. — III auj-gctriebfii jo.p. u. a. 

%h. i\ii.path. blown out, bulged, bloated. 

— IV 9U n @c. unb Sliif-trcibnng f @ 

driving in (a hat), breaking open (a door), 
&c.; (Silbljauerei) embossment; ba§ %s. ber 
iBüttel the supply of funds. 

aitf-treniicii (-^") fea. sep. I vja. to 
undo, unstitch; to rip open. — II fll^ ~ 
vjrefl. to come undone or unstitched. 

ouf-trtten (--^) ^1. sep. I y/w. (jn, 
of)ne Sottbcweßung ().) 1. to step forth; leife ^ 
to tread softly; feft .vto walk with a firm 
step. — 2. fig. (tetfafitcn) to proceed; leife, 
tovfitfttig ^ to proceed gently, warily; 
entfdjiibcn, Ijerjlioft ~ to act resolutely, 
determinedly. — 3. fig. (p* jeigen) to pre- 
sent O.S.; al§ Äanbibat .^ to otter o.s. (or to 
put up) as a candidate; ol§ i^onelrebner ~ 
to mount the pulpit; al8 DJdtbeiDirber .^ 
to set up as a rival; thea. ouf ber 23ii^nc, 
ol6 Scftauipieler ^ to come (or ajipear) on 
the stage; to tread the boards; »um erBen^ 
mal: to make one's debut; }um le^tenmal: to 
make one's farewell bow (to the audience); 
)ui.: oI8 filfiget gegen i-n ^ to bring an ac- 
tion against ...; al§ 3'"9^ ~ *<^ appear as 
witness (for or against a p.). — 4. mit 
ia(6ii*em Subic«: e8 trot ein föerüdjt auf a 
rumour arose; bie fltonHeii tritt oerljeerenb 
auf ... is raging fiercely, is causing great 
ravages. — II vja. 5. (fefi treten) to press 
down by treading or by stamping. — 
0. (öffnen) eine 9!u§ ~ to break open ... by 
stamping on it; eine Stür ^ to kick ... open. 

— Ill 2l~M ®c. 7. »/an. style of pacing. 

— 8. (ffieiieimen) bearing, demeanour; fede§ 
91.V impudence, F bounce. — 9. ((ftI4ctncnl 
appearance; then. erftcS ^^ debut; med. 
einet «ranfbeit : outbreak. — fflgl. o. auftritt. 

9luf-trtcb (— ) »J @ 1. 4/ buoyancy. — 
2. .X, be§ ^lpenlncl)§ departure of the cattle 
for the Aljjiiie pastures (ant. 9lb-trieb). 

auf-trinfen (->'") via. ^a. sep. to drink 
up, to imbibe, in e-m gdiiurfe ~ to empty ... 

9lKf-tritt (--i) ni (gl 1. (Sangatt) gait, 
step. — 2. = oiif-tretcn 8 unb 9. — 3. bfb. 
thea. scene; ein fjlutiger ^ a gory act; ein 
bebauerlidier ~ a painful incident; einen .v 
mndieiiob.öernnlajlento create a scene; e-n 
.V mit j-m Ijabcn to have an altercation 
with a p. — 4. .V, on e-m SOagen step; man. 
(jum 9iuffteigen) horse-block, liorse-.stone. 

onf-trotfucn (->'^) fe d.sep. I vIn. ( jn u. Ij.) 
to dry up. — II via. to dry up; Sijvänen: 
to wipe off; >!/ (unbist tn.) to mahO leaky. 

ouf-trommcln (-^") fe d. sep. I vIn. (I).) 
to (beat the) drum. — II via. to rouse 
by (the sound of) the drum; (nnreetbcn) to 
drum up. [sep. = auf-tröuicln.\ 

onf'trö}3ftfn,-trol)fcn(->'")r/a. fed.(a.)/ 

ouj-trnHipff« (->*") vIn. (t).) <^a,. sep. 
1. to play trumps. — 2. j-m .», (gtob wetben) 
to give a p. a bit of one's mind. |to t'url.\ 

0U(-tud)cn »l/ (— ") via. fea.Sf/>. Srgd:/ 



gti^fUd^^J. 6. IX): F familiär; P i8o(t&fpracfte; r®auneiipra(it;\fclten; tali (au*fleftorben);* neu (ou* geboren) ; »%■ unricdtifl; 



5Di( ^(idirn, bit 9lbtfir)uiig(n unb b-r *- - 

auf tUpfrn ("■'") »/o. iin.ltrp. 1. mi tia 
(Jtnafr: t'il<iil(:h lurtitly.— S.^l'linfte^ to(li)t. 

aiif-liirinrn (-■'■") 5ia. »rp I p/a. to 
h»;ap (or |.i e, rnisel up, — 11 fitt) ~ virrfl. 
to riH« »I'lft; to ti)W(;r oTer or aliofo; (fiit 
inlaBinfliil U> »rniinillnt«. — 111 1l~ n 
0c. lab 91iif-tiiriiiiiiifl f (I heapiDK up, 
Ac. (f. i unt III; ai'cuiiiulntiiiD. 

auf-ion(t)rii (^■'>') »/n. l|n) 9ta. if p. to 
awake, to wnke (up) la. flrt); pl£|li(t) ~ tu 
■tart up (from oii«> sli'Cp). 

onf wartiirn (-'■'fir) 1 i-/" (fn) »r. (f. 
Dadj|in) fp. to i^rnw up; )iim Wannt ..„ 
to irruw up to Dinn'K estiit«. — II fl«« n 
%c. frrowtli, irrnwirg into Iwolnmnbood. 

auf magrn (^-") fidj .^ Pirf/J. «ia. «rp. 

to Teiitiire to nso «rt«r aii illn«M, Ac. 

auf-radfirn (--") via. öo(r. »'p. to(coun- 
t<T)liuluiii'(), to conipeti'-att! lor; tt. mil 
®oI6 .^ to [iHV for a tli. ita wi'i):ht in g><\'\ ; 
bi(8 ivdqt ullt ^Jlnditdlr auf tliig makes up 
for hII hliortconiiMKB or di sail van tairoi. 

auf-toaUrn |-^") I r/n. ifn, hi», an« 
^.) Ol a. »fp. 1. to bubble up; bui4 t<«< 
to boil up, to wallop; btnulmk: to «fler- 
Teace. — 2. fiy. torn Kduit, eiau»: to rise; 
«•n k<t6«r: to rii|.'e, to roll; »tn Slf n<A«ii : to 
fret nnil furne, to bnil over with i<k««<o:i. 
— IlfUnd^c 1 fliifmaUunnM* >'<>l'l>- 
linis' (up); rhni. el/uliitiiiii ; olltrVf8( "■nee; 
fiff.: cinri l'rltirn'ltaft : fit (of pHSSlun); btl 
•■g(nMI(fl: (paSNliifr) emoljun; In ßnulr: 
elation. Hush (of joy); (ri Boml: outbiirst. 

auf-loiillru (-•'"') via. Sl a. «/•/>. fioittunn: 

to bull K'Miily, to (iiut on tin-) siniiiier. 

ouf-nalirn O (-•*-) r/a. Ovc. tep. to 
put (or wind) on a roller or cylinder. 

auf iDiilirn (-■'") via. oic. »rp. 1. to 
roll up. — 2. to roll down upon; /i^. — auj* 
bürbfll 1. — 8. (auliQtnun) to lieap up. 

ttuf loonb (-•*) wi ii {pl.\) expcnMf, 
expcniliture; mnQtrT: waste; la (n 8>btnl- 
•Tilt: suniptuouKUi'SR ; Vta^l : ponip, splen- 
dour; ten (Pcrtrn : display, profusion ; mil 
gro^'tn ■>. D^n (VclcUJamfrit witb a frreat 
ihow of Ivurniiifr; grofttn ^ madirn to 
gpend nnn's nioney fre<'ly, to live in (a 
costly) style; .^A-nrfrl( n sumptuary law. 

auf toarmrn (^■'") r/o. oia. »rp. to 
warm up lairniu); aufdrrodiintd li]\(n 
warmed up scnip« pi., (it.) reihnuffo; 
firj. to ri'pi'iit (iivcr K(raiii), to rake up 
JoM Htorii»!), aiifgcniUmt hackneyed, stnlc. 

Vluf nartr«... (>'-...) in .sfljn: .%,bur|d)r 
m occaMionnI attondiiiit »r wiiit<'r; ^frnu 
f ^ 9luf'ii<Arlii.n; .«..flrlb n, ^lot)n m pay 
(nr fi'u ) lor ttttci.d nice; f tip for thu 
waiter or wnitinifwoniiiii. 

oufmartrn (-*-) I p/n. (I) ) 91 b. trp. 
1. btl Sndif ^ to wait (or ivrvu) at table; 
j-m ~ U) attend on a p. — 2. j m ^ {Mm 
•(TttMrluni bf|t'|rn) to wait on a p.; to 
pay one's rusp«« ts |nr one's rourt) to a p.; 
t-ni f1tifii(i > to dnn<'t> littoiMlancu on a p. 
-- 8. |-ni nut tt. .V to wait on a p. with 
a ih.; »Ik. »ti tih«: (ann icb ,\lintM (iiod)! 
mil tt. .«'i' cnn 1 livlp you to bii> t hmir lels«')'/ 
Rjoiuit taiin id) obnn ^'f what is yixir 
pli'ji.surc'i', wliataiK your orders 'i*; iit iDt;i 
gltitt) boniil « yuu(r order) shall be at- 
t«<nd<<d to at nnc«; ttni«f •>int«ii| auf« 
lUiDoitiiil at youranrvlcnl — 4. », Our»««: 
(n« duiu«! liifii) to bi>ir. — II ll<v H 91r. 
asl Yllll luatlUllfl ^M b waitiiifr: srrTico; 
attcnilaiice on; nt t«i t:n *JJ>AMb(ii |ur 
fl^iiiifl ... a ninid to wait on h<<r; rr but 
bitVUung bti iljin liitwniis(orlsin waitmi;) 
on liini. — i-ni ttm» fl^nnit m. — il. 

flut ivnrlrri-'^^iw) «on , ^111 /^M att«n- 
dant,/'a.nikitin|;-woniaii.latOMiiiiiiiKsii»r, 

Wnitri'SS; ,(llll oul &(bintll «I<'««|<I|»»«| ; 
>v«bitnfi m (iiilieap/. ul an attendant, Ac. 



irrfungtn (9 — #) ffnb com rrfldrt 



l^lufttt..— ^iluiml...! 



nin loiirt* (-■') ail' I; 

flufu up the rif«r ; o 

fro up-Htrpnm; .„ fte %en lu a>><«iid, »t< 
Coon -w flammen to romb ... up or hack. 

Muf-toaidp... (-"'...) la 8M «.fafj «, >^ 
fiibrl m wjiMhinir-up pan («r tiihi; .^trau, 
~iitaflb f scullcry-Diuid ; ^fudjr /. >vort »1, 
«wpioll m »cullery; ««.IDofftr n wut>r for 
w^^h^nir-iipiierlilAildiHh-wat^r.diHb-waah 
{•in\!Hp/.); ie««u|irartil ^ll• a.: hog.wakh 

auf iuafitirn (-■*-) I r/a. p^r. »rp. 

1. t«a Kufcbskra, bl|. tal Ru4<B|r1AiT( ^ to 
wMli Up...; IMrarin) to scour. — t. tn ose 
in wahhinir. — <t. fill) {fiat.) bit ii^ttnbt ^ 
(iruab BaMra) to wash one's hands kore. — 
II n^ n $»r. BS» tluf-WafrttHUfl f (% 
washing up (j. I): prib. bn* ill tin H^ 
it's (all) one dome; f it poes in one job. 

nuf-mofditr (--") m »oa , ^in f % 
.scullion, diNh washer, tleanor. 

auf-ntbrn O (---) via. «»h. »rp. I, to 
weare on. — 2. to work up in weavinjr. 
— -i. las'iTcnnral t4i unraToJ (woTen thinipi). 

ouf-iorcfrn l^*''') I via. dia. »rp. 1. to 
rouKe (from sleep); to awaken ; »iit4 Rlc^'ta 
OB (it Ztic: to kniM'k up; rom 2ui<t .. to 
raise (trom the denil); fifj, V) enliven, to 
cheer up. — 2. (cifubn ladxl 9ic»Vlta: to 
raise up. — II oui-fltrcttff 11 p. aak a. 
9*b, 3. la bra Vih. tt* inf. — 4. fio. wide- 
awake, lively ; (ifiin) cheerful. — III tl-s« 
n ^c. ant tlllf Ivrrf llllfl /' «J (a)wakenin^. 

Wuf-lufrfer {-■^^] m ^a. 1. rouser, 
awakener. — 2. (Ubt) alaruni(-clo<'k). 

auf-nrtirn (---) sja. »rp. I r/n. (fn) 

1. bri Oiab nxbt nuf ... is rising'. — 2. to 
he blown open (by the wind). — II r/a. 
.1. to raise by blowiiifr, to blow up. — 
4. to blow open. — 5. (iriimt bic6i«a»al to 
lay hare. — 0. (nrlmb culUirtDml to swell 
(or puff) up with hluwiii^'; to inllate. 

aufioridifn {'--^) :■ a. »rp. 1 r/a. to 
soften, to mollify ; but« Qruii I'rii : to soak ; 
path, •ditiir&it i(. ^ to open h\ foiiieotatioii ; 
.bcl ^Mlrl: C7 einollimt. — II p/h. (|ii) 

to be< onie NOftelleil, Soaked, Ac. 

OUt-tl)tiutn {"-^) Hn.»rp. I r/n. (b.) 
laut -. to break into t»irs. — II r/a. to 
awaken by weopinir or cryinp. 

auf iDtiebat ( '--) a. ^h. producible. 

auf iDtlftn (---) *>o. »rp. I r/a. rlara 
Vi'rii: to piodiire; Dillon Oif.lg « to show 
^•Mxl result.s; (I, out llll't f.ll b. (kfAfn) to 
boast of a tti. — II fid) ^ rjirfl. fid) .„ 
ell ... to pioTH to be .„ — III tl<<, n ptr. 
an» fluf ronfuua f a production; rlliihi- 
Uun;Khow. I wash anew.) 

out n)tif;tn("«')r/a.öic.#*;>. to white./ 

ouf-iDtiibru i"'^» «la l|. lrt^^tn) «rp. 
1 via. 1. N frin flugt }uni Voltr ^ {() ) 

to look up to IImTvU. — 2. fijt. («a'Hrtral 

to s|>end, tu layout, todfTota, eid <H<(b . 
to put o.a. to vrent ex|>ens«; alltt .,., atti 
i-t KttJilt ^ • 
gtiiuniiittu'. 

ktuwed of) m t". , «r«a|i lo «a*t«>, to •tjtiiki)- 
der. — II r>. (b ) <t to put ( r f^.i) 
about a ship. — III IIm n r ' 1. 

RifUbllllil ^«) ' r: lot M.t II' (A, 

Will n • 

M k<i <i . J. >■ ,— -■- .,<r. t 

oul iDftltn (-'*~) > d. »#p. I r/a. I . 

tlktit. lothrow (or r- •' ■ ■•■■ 'j 

to bipak open l>y 

2. bif •atlta: to tlirow up, i 

unfurl, to raise — Ü fi«. • .- 

riin BtJo» to »tart, t- 

ralsit. t. («a* ti - ■ 

u|>on. - i. ii»- 

••I' to lows ll. 

throw («r scndi u| 

Pitl Cla :k ^ to n.^ 



r 

rai 

llHdl 

r . lat 
. ......>f- 



lU 9>a», kn 

U* Vuak: t/> p>> 
, Baitil>4 aiil«(rc 
' li| s /</ . autg n . 

-7. loHakl:»! to oe.,|,|,,- 

tothrow up. SnAt.tilwjl.' < 

(intn («'Tativn « to dif a tr*ncii. 

.» nreft. **. I'd) all •■•- '• m "K' 

■il tta l^NiiliaB« in r. 

(or for) a judKe, toB'^ . . •:, >.,. 

ity; lai. : fid) |nm P dq r > to Br>r>«if m 

plaintiff araiiut. — tt. it« •iUtn\ ÜA |C|(a 
l-n .. to rise, reTolt, reL> 1 ar-im^t a pu — 
lü. O kvar-nlfia (ft* III- *o 

CÄSt. — III 1U, n >•«• Of 

^ ♦♦ throwing (or fli -fs JkC- 

(| I SB» II). I - . avR.) 

ftui mrrfrr O ( <^-') m ««a. •«oMt*«:/ 
oul ttidilfu ( -Ig-) r/a y.r i*p L t« 
brush (or f>olish) up w:' r. Ac 

- 2. P (t.« vrrff.) - -_ . ., ., II. — 
8 P i-m (tiDol .w (iranirTfwk »ttVv) to ^f* 
a sumptuous entertainment to a p. — ' 

4. (ta>ti»IA«ra) >ra Vatt: tu bm«h Op. 

auf-nitfrin {-*") I r/a. aak »><'/!. jgd. 
nep. 1. laal ct. wM») to wiod upon; 9 
.Hwi'B, ««T« ({U rintm flnJutf) « to wiad 
(offl ... intn N ball, tn b-tll ; 4- Int k. 
to coil; ^ c V*«n 

,. to I>ut ■ . -r-«, — 

2. (•al-«i..»l(>rt'< I »a-4 rrrf« ■ I tn 

unwind, uncoil, uQwrap; ( n f- »to 

unswathe a ba)>y; fig. r«'« »mttn (tt^l .« 
to unravel, to unfoM — II 11^ n W«. & 
fluf-nicftluns / 4« H. win<J:nf i r coi mf) 
up, Ac. ; 4 convolutiuD. | . . ■ -^^ 
UDcoiliiif. Ac. I 

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auf-tooßrn C^^) vjn. (fn) @a. sep. to 
rise in billows; 6et: l)c4 ~i> storm -tossed. 

fluf-Wollfn l^-*") t'/n. (^.) Cia- (f- ifoOeu) 
sep to wish to rise; bal Stnftet. liet Serfti mill 
ni(|)toiif... won't open, won't come undone. 

Quftoii^ltn (— ") via. @ a. »fj». bit fitbt : 
to turn up ; eon ffaronentufltin it. : to rake up ; 
ba« SScct: to tOSS (or lash) up; mit bcni 
Süfjel ~ (»on 64irfinfn) tO root (or rip) up 
(trees. 4c.); e-t alte SBnnbt : to open, to rip up. 

^uf-tDUrf (-■'') m ® 1. (bas «ufmetfcn) 
throwing up. — 2. (oufaeworfene Ctbe) em- 
bankment; bank; dam; mound. 

ouf-jö^lrn (— ") I vja. @a. sep. oBa.: 
to count; ttBiein: to enumerate, to reckon 
up singly ; RatiBiW: to return ; ©etb : to pay 
down ; i-m jebn £>iebt ~ to administer ten 
lashes to ... — II 9U- « @ c. «. 9luf-3äl)Iunö 
/@ counting; enumeration; return. 

Slui-joljlfr (—") w @a. enumerator. 

auf-joubern (— ") vja. ^di. sep. 1. to 
»pen by magic. — 2. (oufvufen) to call up 
by magic, to raise (spirits) by witchcraft. 

auf-jäumen (—") vja. ^i a. sep. to bridle, 
to bit; fig. ben Giel beim S^mouj .v to 
put the cart before the horse. 

OUt-]rl)rrn (— ") @a. sep. I vja. (auf-eflen) 
to consume, to eat up; (ouffougen) to ab- 
sorb; (eifiBpftn) to exhaust; iig. fein fflennüBen: 
to sjiend, dissipate, waste. — II 91.x/ n (|3c. 
u. Sluf-sr^rung f @ consumption ; absorp- 
tion; exhaustion; -fig. dissipation, waste. 

ouf-jeidinen (--") I vja. @,d. sep. 
1. to design, sketch, draw; cine Sa^nitnie : 
to trace. — 2. (oufi*ietlitn) to note (or write) 
down; gffAtijitiiii : to chronicle; b|b. ® to 
iiook. enter, charge. — II 91<n/ n @c. unb 
'Jluf-jcidinung f @ design; sketch; note. 

Sluf-jf idjncr (— ") m @ a., /v,in f @ per- 
son who traces, notes down,&c.;chrouicler. 

auf-jfidmungai-... (—"...) in Sfign, j»-: 
~bu(^ n note-book, memorandum-book. 

oui-jtigen (— ") v/o. iga. sep. = auf- 
reeijcn I. [up or open.1 

Quf-jrrren (->'") via. @a. sep. to pullj 

auf-i|ifl).... (•^-...) in Sflan: ^btütfe f 
drawbridge; /v-feitftcr n sash-window; /v" 
muijffl m anat. adducent muscle; .N/tf)OC 
n swing-pate; ^toogt /"assay-balance; <«< 
lOf ^r n waste-weir. — «Dgi. and) ^luf-äugl»,.. 

ouf-jir^en (— ") (§f. s«p. I via. 1. («m. 
Borjieben) to draw (or wind) up; bie SBrQucn 
^ to knit one's brows ; bie Stfide: to draw; 
ben einer: to wind up; giolen: to hitch up; 
fiWb: to tuck up: vl ben Slnfet ^ (liiSten) to 
weigh (the) anchor; gloflflcn : to hoist (up). 

2. (auhcSgen) to weigh, balance, poise. 

3. (aitbenb cfinen) to draw (or pull) open ; 
ö«n ßorf t-x &lQi(ie .> to uncork a bottle; 
ttncn Sieeel: to draw; bie e4Ieufen : to open; 
benSoteang : to draw up ; [id) .V to get loose; 
oni' unb ju^iicbcn to open and shut. — 
4. © ben jgiQljn einel ®e»e*tä to COck (or to 
make ready) a (run; eineU^t: to wind up; ju 
Sort .^ to overwind; ct. boS fid) fcfctuer .», 
läBl a th. difficult to wind up. — 5. (auf 

ft. (Janmen) Sorten :c. QUf geintranb .«, to mount 

... on ...; o" (Eoit-n auf eine ©eige .^ to 
btring a violin; fig. gelinberc Saiten .„ 
to come down a peg. — 6. (groejie^en) ein 
»in»: to bring (or train) up; Sie^: to rear, 
raise, breed. — 7. (fiinboiten) to keep in 
suspense. — 8. (foten) to tease, quiz, 
rally, jeer; to make game of; j-ii mit et. ^ 
r to chaff a p. with ... — 9. © gätbeiei: 
Äic flüpe ^ to prepare the vat. — 10. >? 
ein« 640*1 : to work. — II t;/n. (fn) 11. Qllf 
unb ab H. jiel)en »gi- oui 11. — 12. (fi* jut 
64aB fteUe«) ^ Qutgejogtn fommcn to nnrch 
up (in procession); Ü auf SOaiije: to mount 
guard. — 13. f fig. ..., au4: aujge.iogen 
tommen to make one's appearance; ^/rQdjtig 



^ to come (up) in splendid style. — 
14. (mi» ctwo» onrommen) jnit ettto? OllfflejPgen 
lonimcn to bring forward; to produce, to 
show. — 15. (fidiibar toerben) Don (Befiitnen: to 
rise: ein ©ctnittir äiel)t om ^;»imnie( auf a 
storm is i)rewing. — III vjref.. fid) ~ f. 3 
unb 4. — IV 9l~ « ®c. unb 91uf-jicl)ung f 

@ f. 1 unb II. 3u 1 : thea. 91.^ beä S3ottiana« 
rise of ttie curtain. — Su 6: breeding; 
(cattle-)rearing. — 3u 8: teasing, raillery; 
er liebt boS 91.^ Fhe likes (a bit of) chaff. 

Sliif-jif^er (^") m @a., ~in f @ one 
who draws (or winds, mounts) up, &c. ; 
(SJcppet) teaser, quiz(zer);~ei(--"-u.—*'-) 
/■ @ quizzing, jeering, F chaff, kidding. 

9lJif-jud)t (->*) f ® (rsiie pi.) breeding, 
rearing, Ac. ([. ouf-jie^en 6), 

OUf-jMtfcii (->*") vjn. (Ö.) @a. sep. to 
rise (or start up) with a convulsive motion 
or with a jerk; »on Slamoien: to blaze up. 

9Iiif-jng (--i obEt --) w ® 1. train; bfb. 
ecc/. procession ; juipferbc: cavalcade; «, ». 
Sienern train of attendants; glnnjiubir .>., au4: 
brilliant pageant; ü ^ber 21' adje mounting 
guard. — 2. faftt(Sto4t) array. attire; wcitS. 
dress; in jcltfomem .^i in strange attire, 
curiously attired. — 3. thea. (»ft) act. — 
4. (enn>otjiefien) raising, lifting, hoisting; 
(5airftut)i) elevator; ^Qbraulifdier .^ hy- 
draulic lift; (ffron) crane. — 5. Sumerei: 
pull-up. — fl. © aBeSetei: (iffttf) chain, warp. 

9lUf-JU9(§).... (^'i... Ob. ■^^...) in 3fian, liB. : 
~fcber © f mrm. : maintaining power ; 
going-wheel ; <^f(a}H)e f fx Sugbriicfe f half 
of a drawbridge. — ajgt. nu« ^luf-jicb'... 

Onf-JUpfcn (^>'") via. ^a.sep. Lspflanim: 
to pull up, to pluck out. — 2. (oufliJlen) to 
pluck to pieces. — 3. (aufjielieH) e-e6aieiic: 

to untie. [auj-jlüingcn 1, 3 unb 4.\ 

ouf-jtoSngen (-^") via. @a. sep. =f 

ouf-jtorrf f« © (■^>*") vja. §1 a. sep. Biiaff 
mo4etei «c. : to fasten on ... with pegs. 

QUf-)tOt(frn (">'") via. (ga. sep. 1. © 
= oui-snierfcn. — 2. to open with nippers. 

ouf-jtoingen (•^''") @a. sep. I via. 
1. j-m ct. ,v to press (or force) a th. upon 
a p. — 2. j-m eine iPortion Cffen ~ to force ... 
down a p. — 3. (mit eJewalt öffnen) to force 
(or break) open. — 4. (mit ©eoalt ouffe^en) 
to force on. — II virefl.. fid) (j-m) .„ (ouf. 
biängen) to obtrude ( Fto thrust) o.s. on a p. 

Slug.... (^...) in sngn mcift = «liigcn«... 

81ug-at)fcl (^>5-) m @a. 1. ball (or 
apple) of the eye ; eye-ball. — 2. («lugcnftem) 
pupil; fig. er i« fcin ^ (Siebling) ... the apple 
of his eye; ... his darling. 

SlUg-Opff I.... (^^-...) in 3ffgn. I meift : ... 
of the eye-hall, jS8./v.j(I)H)iHbpn w, ~idittiHnb 
tnpath. atrojihy of the eye-ball. — II Sfb. 
8sne: /v.fnfjiinbung f path.: /& ophthal- 
mia; ~gcfn|{l)aut f anat.: to choroid. 

SJiige (-i") « @b. 1. meift: eye; blaue 
^npl. blue eyes ^;.; ein blaufgtfd)lQgeu)t§ 
~ a black eye; fig. mit einem blaum «, 
boDonfommcn to get off with a small loss; 
mit blofetm, unbttnaffnefem ... with the 
naked eye; bie ~n aufjdjlagen (niebet- 
fdjiogtn) to lift up (to cast down) one's 
eyes; grofee .».n mad)rn to open one's eyes 
wide; bie .vH ge^en il)m über his eyes are 
swimming with tears; j-m in bic^n jetjen 
to look a p. full in the face; bie .^n bctr. 
ocular; path., &c.: IQ ophthalmic; "ii. ^n 
re4t§: eyes right!; fig. in meinen ...n in 
my opinion; id) tiobe Ibicgonje 9!o(6t) fein 
~ jngitöan I did not sleep a wink (all 
night). — 2, (®ef,4t) er \)a\ gute (jdjlcdjle) 
^n he has a good (bad) sight; fd)arfe 
(fdjmadje) .^.n ^oben to be keen-sighted 
(weak-sighted); ton Stiflen: für j-§ .^n 
pofienb suitable for a p.'s sight; baS id)ü' 
bet ben ...n it injures the sight or hurts 



the eyes; e8 flrcngt bie .^n on it tries the 
eyes; fig. eS fällt, jpringt in bie ^n it is 
obvious, manifest; in bie ^n fadenb, on*: 
striking, conspicuous; j-n feP in§ ,. faffen 
to fix one's glance upon a p.; forneit bt< 
^n trieben as far as the eye (or the sight) 
can reach, within (one's) ken ; bor aller .„n 
openly, publicly; bot i-§ .^n ©nabe finben 
to fiud favour in a p.'s eyes. — 3. (fcijenb« 
$ctfon) bot ®otte§ -vn before (the sight of) 
God; unter bier .^.n face to face; ficb untci 
tjier .^n befbredjen to have a private talk 
or chat; Winn jmei ^n Weniger finb, etwo: 
should anything liappen (in the family). 
— 4. («(St, «bfiifit) ein .^ auf i-n baben to 
keep one's eye upon a p. ; cr (jat ein .^ (^eitati^ 
obflditen) auf fie he is making up to her; j-n 
im «, bel)alten, nidjt au§ ben .^n berlieren 
to keep watch over a p.; to watch a p. 
(closely); er läfet il)n niÄt au§ ben .^n, o.: 
he does not trust him out of sight; 
et. 9}eue§ in§ .^ faffen to concoct a new 
plan; ganj ... unb Cbr fein to be all eyes 
and ears; »ir fe^in e§ mit anberen ^n an 
we take a different view of it; bie (i^rfurdjt 
gegen j-n au§ ben ^n fe^en to set aside the 
respect due to a p.; bu mufet bie ^n übet' 
ad ^aben you must have your eyes about 
you; et mnnbte tein -v, t)on if)r he never 
took his eyes off her : oiler .^n auf fid) jic^en 
to attract general notice; tin .„ bei et. ju- 
brücfen to overlook (or to connive at) a 
t\\.; prvb. an§ ben .x,n, aul bcm ©inn out 
of sight, out of mind. — 5. ^ (««ofpe) germ, 
bud; .^n treibenb germinating, budding. — 
6. fig. gcb mir au% ben .^n get out of my 
sight; ber ©eij fieftt il)m au§ ben ^n he 
has an avaricious look (about him); j-m 
ben S)aumen ouf§ «, fetjcn to keep a tirni 
hand over a p.; icft bin i^m ein S^orn im .^ 
he abhors (or detests) me; bem Sob (fed) 
in§ ^ feben to look death (boldly) in the 
face; j-m unter bie .jx treten to present 
o.s. before a person; er ifi f-m 33ater »ie 
au8 ben ^n gcf^uitten he is the image 
(or Fthe spit) of his father; tia^ pafet »ie 
bie iJauft ouf§ .... it's beside the purpose; 
bie ~n finb bei i^m giofeer a(ä bcr ÜJJagen 
his eyes are larger than his appetite. — 
7. .^ (So*) im Slot, ßöfe : hole ; © arch. ^ (Ofe) 
eine§ SoljenS eye of a bolt; © typ. ^ be§ 
Sud)ftabcn am e^nfttegei face of a letter; 
•i ~ (6*linge) im Sau «c. : eye. — 8. @)Kd: -^n 
pi. auf «orten, Sßlitfeln ic: points pi. 

öugeln (-") &id. 1 vln. (f).) to ogle, 
to leer at. — II via. hort. = ofniieren. 

Slugcn-..., 0~.... (-"...) in Sfian. I »eift: 
eye(-)... (f.M.I). — II «Beifpiete ju I «nb be- 
lonbere gfalle: «vQl^a't m ntiii. cat's eyt;, 
/^odjfe f anat. axis of the eye; ~orterie 
f anat.: ^ ophthalmic artery; «.-orjt ut 
oculist, F eye-doctor; <^..bQ(fam m oint- 
ment for the eyes; ^bcfdjrcibung f: 
4/ ophthalmography; ~bcfid)tigun8 f: 
& ophthalmoscopy; ,x-binbe f bandage 
(over the eye); ~binbel)nut f anat: to 
conjunctiva; .vblenbe f= .lieber; /v/blid 
m, &c. (ictie bfb. «rt.; ~broue /■(eye)brow; 
bie .v-braucn falten, jufammenjie^en to knit 
one's brows; abutter f med. secretion 
from the eyes; /vbienfr m eye-servant, 
adulator; ~bicnerei /"toadyism; -vbienfl 
m: a) = .vbiencrci; b) ^ = .vtrofi b; /%/• 
enljiinbuiig f path, inflammation of the 
eye(s), IQ ophthalmia; ~föüig(feit) = ^• 
f^cinlid)(teit) ; ~]iü n path film of the 
eye; /v.flecf(en) m speck on the eye, CO leu- 
conia ; ^flimmern n twitching of the eye ; 
«..fiJrniig a. eye-shaped, so oculiform ; ~> 
\ünXt\\\npath.:CO photopsia; ~flefd)Wutft 
fjaö'/i.: C/ exophthalmy ; ,%.gln&n: a)aa8. : 
eye-glass; F quizzing-glass; (DpetnguiJet) 



Siens (B9- «* page IX) : F familiar ; P vulgar ; F flash ; N rare ; t obsolete (died); * new word (born) ; A incorrect; lo sci«atific; 



Th#Sisiu,AbbreTi»Uou«andd«t.Obi.(^— ||>areaxplfciDfcd»ttii«befinniotrorü»i«ljo..k. | •ZllU^Cn-... -.ullHir.. 



open-glaxi ; (etrarllrimi«*«!«*) mairnifyinr- 

(Uhh, Ibiib; (»""«Ja«) t.;liiM:o|).;; b) opt. 
(Otiiia'sioti eye-pi«««; ~l)fil'0nftalt /■ ej»- 
(or oj.litlmllilH;) ho!((iital ; ^ftfilfuilbt f: 
to o|)litlialiii..lH(fy; <„hi)l)lf /"Buckut «f the 
eye. <Z/ orbit; Dit ..bfljle betr.: (O orbital; 
~riQj)pf/'-^ltDct;~niiiir/'-~l)eiI'anflQll; 
~rMfljfr Fwi iii|)i)«r8/j/.;~[tbft«b«tDffiki: 
wiiikors pi., üvt-llap ; ^If l)rf f: ^ ophliial- 
iiiology ; ~lid>l n (eyo-).sitflit; tr OitlLit jtin 
Jidjt lie lost his »igbt ; -x-llö n 7t ( pi. h»». 
1. Jil>t) ty.!li<l ; iai ^lib bttr.: 27 palp.'brul; 
^libfr-tranipf m path.: ij iiysUsfinus; 
~loe (I. (;)ob;hH; -^luft f — ^mtibt; ~mo|j 
n iiieAsiiro takuo by tbu eyo; (in giitcö 
^mab Ij'ibf n to have a correct eye ; ~mtrf 
n object in view; (cm ^mtrt auj cl. ridden 
to aim at a th.; ».nirflrr m med. (jaftm- 
■tut): QJ iiplithalmonietor; ~initttl n: 
a) — ^lalbt; b) ~ ^rcafjtr; -vnero m 
anat.: CO optic ner»o; ~Oprratioii / upe- 
riitidii (to be) porforiuod on the uyt(.s); 
~pnor«piiir 1)1 eyes; -wVulOfrw;a)^/«a »•»»!.: 
O lerociiliy riuifi ; b) (nnnt CSult) dianioiid- 
typc;~pun(t m jMiiiitufsitchtorof tiaion; 
~ialbf /■i-ye-Miilve. oiutment for Ibo eyis; 
■^fdirill m appearance; nad) brm ^jdKtn 
accorditiK to|nll|appearance8;(efn4iiannal 
inxpection, examination; (t. in ^fdicin 
nt'linidi to inspect (or examine) a th.; .%<• 
f(f|fillli(t)a. Ti^ible,lüdir-)evidont,<>bTiou8; 
.«)tt)tnilid)i r "i'ni'ti'S oi.iilar denionstration ; 
.«<f(l)rinlid)rtit f visibility, (self-levidence, 
obvioiiHiirss; <x.f(1)irni m eye-sliado; <»/• 
fd)lrtiii »I, ^|d)mnl| n abutter; ~- 
iri)iii(iiio m — ^iiitiöc; ,^|d)lund)t / J»a"'- 
»oitkiiess of tiio ay, weiik >i:,'iil ; ~ 
Ipifflfl fn: a) — ^fttibe; b) $ur<j. ophthal- 
uiOHcope; ~f profit f ■■ tiildxtnxik brow- 
antler; ~ftrd)tii n shooting pain in the 
eye;>vftrrnr>i 'inai. pupil, iris; /«.tmiidjung 
^optical delusion; ~tritf(n n runuiu^ of 
the eyes, blear-eyediiess; ««.troft m: a) -< 
^ii'tibr; b) # eyebriglit ( Ktphru tia) ; «,• 
urrbrrtjrr m fig. hyjOLriie; ^loafjtr n 
eyelotion, lO >'ollyrium; .«.loaJi(riiid)t f 
path.: 03 hydrophthalmia; ~lurl) n |>ain 
in thoeyi'ls); ^niribr /' d<'liKhtlul si|;ht; 
»vUirilr /° riiii);e of vision; <%.)uiutper /^ eye- 
lash ; .«/loilttcl "I itnat. i-oriHT of the eye, 
■O <':knt liu.s ; >N>)nbli »I eye-lur laniiie) touth ; 
■vlfugt m uyo-witnuss; nnie. looker-on; 
~|riinnl0 n ocular evidence; <s.jtttrrn, 
-%.)U(frn 1 path.: lO nystoKmus. 

Wurtfiiblirf (^-'*) m ^ 1. (fuijt 3tii) 
luonicnt, iiislunt; iillt ■«.((), jtbcn ~ every 
inonu'Mt or iiistiint, nioniontarily ; (c faiiii 
icbcn ^ tuiiinicu he may cnnieany minute; 
au) (incii ^ for a nuimont; bil |U tii(|cm 
^( lip to this very mouii'iit, till ihi» very 
instant; {üt ben ^ for the time (bcinir); 
\m ^t in a trice, in a twinkling (of the 
eye); (lnb«n) just now; in btm ,r, al< (on«: 
luo) at the (vervl instant when; On Djm 
^c an honcelorih. — -. (.stitfund) cnl* 
fdicibdibcr ^ critical nioniont; bic \<^Un 
^t (In« Cicib.-ntrn (last) dyiUK nionieiits; 
lid)l( -wt (rtiti ;iiitR) lurid intervaii; im 
Krtjtcn, T!rt)titun ^ in tlio ni< k of time; 
(incii nunflitifn s. mabriKbuicn to waUh 
tor wiiit) lor I'lie'H oppoi luiiitv. 

auorn-blicflld) ( '-'- nab -■ '") I a. »*b 
ilistnlitniii-oiiii, iiiiinediate; (»otUboait "') 
imiuieiitaiy ; nit ^t Wiigt my prMeiil posi- 
tion. — II ik/v. for the lUKiiu'nt, just now. 

iflU(irti blirf»«... ( '>"^...) tn ^flaa: «vbldiirr 
m inipi Kvisor : >vpt)i>lonrnpl) m * ko<lakiiit ; 
-^pl)oli)(\rnpt)ir f inxiaiitaiKou!) plmtoirra- 
pliy ; iVitb) iiiKt.plKitoKraph, f'snap - 

iUlflind (-•^-l «/>»•. m. i»r. , v.. 
Aupeas, \»x\iLi;f\g. bru -v- flail auliiijKn 
to cleaiiMo the Aiik< on KtAbl''s. 

Q niachiucry; X iiiiuin(, -- 



auflii^t undid)! (--^J a. 9«b. 

auflifl. auftifl (->') i. 5*t'. 1 
•■ Ulla». »»- blau»^ blii>!ey>:d. 
eye-like ipott, •O ori-liated. 

nuflit C/ (--) Iflrdj.l »I lU n 2{ min. 
(OnnbUnkO aufite, pyrozeue; <^porpl)qr 
m augite |ihorphyry. 

Üualrin (--in ^b. {dim. m Vugc) 
1. littl.- eye. — 2. hort. bud. 

«Uflmtnt^(-^)|lt.|>« «yr. aopment; 
Au;imr'ntum lyllabiium, tempordlr 
sylUhir, tt'Diporal auL'm''nt 

«uflntfnlQlion 5 (---tfe ^' imtii. 

tifrunfl 1-^ '") lit. I f Ü au .n. 

nUQ^burg ( '-) npr.n. M gfogr. Auifg- 
bur^; ~(r m «Oa., >win f (9 native of A. , 
~fr a. inv. of Augsburg; ^cr flonie|rU) n 
Augübiirir (or Augustan) Confetsioo. 

oUBeburßüd) ( "■'-) a. Ab. Augvburgian. 

Buflur(--'l|ll.|m^fjmWL augurd.MI.). 

Buflnrium (--(-)") |U | m ft (iDat(<««tB) 
augury, »Hi5 -tication. 

ttUflUfiH- ' /'•.'".!«■ lAagustu.*; 

dim.i'iurm - II m .iutm: clown. |Aiigu8t.| 

«UOUfl« (->«) (ll.l ". ® (month of)) 

«Unud-... (-*..) tn ail«. I ■rift: ... of 

August, »B. smtitt ~tiiod)r /'second we>k 
of A. — 11 ei». Bin. («fin *): ~opffl m 
cany apple; ~biriir f early (tummur-l 
pear; ~l)oplrn m early hop.s pi.; /wdrldjt 
f lat« cherry; ^pflQUnif f greengage. 

nugufto, «Ußuflf (-*>') upr. f. ^ aa 
I9n.) AiiL.'u&la; liim. Gussy, (iussie. 

QUguftf-ijifi (-"-") a. o*b. of Augustus; 
ba» ~f ,;ifitQltcT the Augustan ajro. 

«ufluflin (-— ) 5*. ~ue (-"--) [U-l M 
npr.m AiigUHtiii(us|, Austin. 

duauftinrr (—->') llt.| m iJa., .«.in f 
® eerl. Augustine (or Austiiij friar, nun. 

«ufluftinfP...(-"->'...)m3fl*«:'«'bnrfüftfr 
m barefooted Austin friar; «wHlÖnd) m 
-m Vugujlincr; <<.iionnr /— 'Huguftiiutin; 
<%/Orbrn m order of tht- .XugustiinHiis. 

auanftildj t--«) a. s*b. — auguflt-ijd). 

«ultion (-tb(")-) |lt.| f «9 (sale by) 
auction; public »ale; in bi( ^ geben, tijun 
to put up tor sale, to sell bv au--tioTi. 

«nriionotor (-till")---) lit. 1 
tioiii er. I sell b> .. 

aiiftionirrcn (-tfei")--^l »/<»• ^«■a. to) 

«iiriionü....(-tb(")-...)i»8fla»~<iu«ruftr 
m crier(atauction8l:~l)iininirr'M auctioo- 
eer'i hummer; .wfatalog »■, ~liflr /cata- 
logue (of goods for sail-); -^(ominit)a'r 
m — '.'lulliona'lor; >vlofal >i au< 

«uflotilal (-—-I llt.l/« I 

tlula (-^) I '/.•»» ^ij liiiü 

in univcniti 

tlurantin . .•Am.tPuinn.fl 

unjn'fii'o.:-»iJ , ■■ I'jljtaiirnf«' I 

tlurol o i-'i|ii.| « >*cA"i. I 
Hurflio, •u*«utflif(--i-)'^ . 

f Hi n% ^ («n.i Aurelia. |Aurt<liu^.( 

«lurrliiu«! (--', --(-)-) lit ' "• V (»«)i 
«uriftl # »---) |U.) / >*r; 

Kreuch cowslip {I'rt'mmtm •»!••■■ ••.... 
fturin * [-') lit.) m M roltt ^ cunuuon 

centaury (AVyAn»'« t«mlm>tmtm). 

«luripifluirul H (---Ji |ll,| » A) MiM. 
orpiiiioiit; ) ' "• 

nurorat '^^rt 

(of d>«> I, «tl npr. 

tarbrnnsaffiout ' 

aul (^) I prp. alt liiil., ■«'<! til« out of, 
from, off, of, by, for, Ac I'j't«« I. lo<<c*t> 
j'V«. t.-*Bc«. r«i au* ... Hrrou*) oul ^(t 

filittt (I'lniiitlt to cuino out of chur<ti; 
lV4t1<i tPriMAt out Ux tftM Ibttdu«) .. 
■ ui iliKOikrth, iUi • ' " "^ t 
thr<iii«b l»r ' 

Uun , dUt HUM • ^ eut 

«•f . . : in iiii» !■ tn»» 






; he cornea tn" 



fr ju4 btm ta^ 

flt!, »»t; «ft* Mt: 

a . 

aul A<n 

(T iß a. ^1 

■enred t « 

out of 

cr ifl u 

native of : " ' ■ 

one <:an ii>.e 

(incr alien rr"'^-''« 

(or come) from an 

Rammte au4 bem I'd' 

(or lowly) origin ; iral : , 

what ha.1 beronie of bun'-; '• .• .4 

bee 3ad)e grnocAen nothing ha% ...... w. .;, 

14 am en AuufiUr aul i[)m matcn I »aii» 

make liim an ar* • J ' ■ • .■ 

au-J ©ofb (gtmi- 5 

0>li biuen to b 

befielt aul £)o' 

Consist« of liydf >,c;. ai. . 

Oil« ib^er 'Si'ttr ='; -. u 

t: 

!(;■ 

osity; aul r«UTitt Dor for 

Ötunbe for tl ;, ...» .,i __ . .; 

of one's o" 

IBrtIt) au} I 

at the top o 

Öcbdd;tni« uy , 

aOcn Acditrn w 

oil 

fir . I I 

ml •'. |4 «i: ■ 

iabt«ein ft 

otlier; lan^•aul. tiinOKin 

the giüLi ^. Bijn ... i"; 

Don b. 

this pl.i 

Don 

arm 

one's own); on 



— 0. (let %M» 

'". to thcu! 

cm Ao»ic 

: morv; oul 

and ma:n; # 



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lern % : . 

(Kintcl au« 

tflaa«!!, (I -i; . . ,,,-..., .. 

II. au« unb tin jCjot '.<■> c • 

ti a-eiji n-.i; •• -" • ■ "•" 

au« he tlsxy 

OUJ-...('-'..!r. •■*.><. xS . r- -» . 

ifp 5:a.l ^f^»l«i<l 1. C'--*'s V» '.t-ntt 
. bS. - f;:i.',fn to criwl 
-- S •<';>m!«>i. K.'iuat 
tcotupt '^ *^' f'.n^ii r*Aii.t... 

- ^ t ■:.'. »» -'i ■•.•:'. n ■• 
c« . 4. r»i»»'«i'. 4-'i I, 

<•« . ... ■■— X . : . N 

ringing. 

JlOOK" 

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up I 

au* ~;Uii 

au* a tit IV I 

dellTi r 

— II 

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to ««• 



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[5ltl§Ctr... — <lU§UO...] eiibflant.ißtrba finb meift ii ii r gegeben, imnn fie nid)t act (on. action) of... ob. .^Ing lauttn 



finislied; (oiriAifn) to break in, to train. 

— 3. O to work; (gfnaii.n) to fasliion; 
aue bem Ciriiifini: to rougli-hcw ; (auSmtiltln) 
to carve, to eng-rave. — III fid) ~ vlrefl. 
4. fid) (icrrttli*) tOAtig ^ to exert o.s. to 
the utmost. 5, (fi* aust-iibm) to jierfect 
o.s. — IV ?U n ®c. unb «liiS-oibcitinig 
f@ elaboration; jd)vijtlid)e ^^iing com- 
position ; (STpifinung) breaking in, training. 

on&-Qrlrn (--") I r/". (jn) unb vlrefl. 
@b. sfp. (fid)) ~ in ... to dejrenerate into 
...; il)r ?Qnd)jcn ortitc in ©diciil au§ their 
exultation was turned into liowlinjr; nuy- 
geortete Sitten flpl. loose (or deg-tnerate, 
depraved) morals pi. — II 9l~ « @c. n. 
Slue-nrtinig f @ degeneracy, deteriora- 
tion; l6n;fi;iH4una) depravity, decadence. 

ane-riftr(l)n (->*") 21 b.(d.) s?/?. I vja., 
hort. e-nSaiim: to disbrancli, to prune. — 

II fid) ~ vlrefl. (BeijirfiB.n) to ramify. — 

III 9l~ n @c. unb 9lu0-äft(fl)iin8 f @ 
pruning; (SftjirfiflunB) ramification. 

aiis-nfnicn {--") ö-d. sep. I vin. (^.) 
1. (fttibin) to breathe one's last, to expire. 

— 2. [ant. ein-Qtmen) to breathe forth, 
to e.xhale. — II via. bie fiuft QU8» unb fin= 
atnun to breathe; Siifie: to exhale; Icife 
ßlogcn ^ to breathe (out) a gentle sigh. 

— Ill fli^ ^ vlrefl. (revi4naufeii) to re- 
cover one's breath. — IV ?Ia.. n @c. unb 
9lu?-ntniunfl f @ breathing, exhalation; 
SlUij' nnb (5in<ntmcn respiration. 

an?-ät)d)eii F (--") via. @c. aep. to 
jeer at, to chaff, to quiz, to tease. 

oue-borfcn (->'^) via. unb »>/«. (f). u. fn) 
@r. Sep. 1. to bake thoroughly ; nid)t nii§' 
gebiidcn slack-baked. — 2. aucgcbaden f). 
to have done baking; fig. to be ruined. 

ou^-baben (— ") ?; b. sep. I c/n. (().) 

1. to have done bathing. — II via. 

2. (au§f|iüien) to rinse, to wash. — 3. flg. (für 
rt. bDßen) etmaS ~ to suffer for a p.'s fault. 

aue-boggcni © (->'") via. @d. sep. e-n 
t)aftn ic. : to dredge, to deepen by dredging. 

Ollff-böfjrn (--") via. ^1 a. sep. 1. surg. 
to foment. — 2. ^^ ein Sdjiff ^ (sum ßai. 
Wi-rn leinbrenntn) to bream a sliip('s bottom). 

OU3-bolQncicrcn (-"l0=fe-^) via. ^a.sep. 
to counterpoise, to balance (an engine). 

Que-balbomern P (-fi^-i") via. (|},d. sep. 
(ouSfunbiifiafifn) to spy (or ferret) out; 
(3!iebe8äflfgtn6eilen) to put up a job. 

outf-bolgen, -bälgen (--'>') via. @a,.sep. 
1. to skin, to flay. — 2. (ausftojifen) to stutf. 

9lu«<bQ(gpr. «böiger \ (-^^) m @a., 
-»in f @ (l)ird-)stuffer, Ca taxidermist. 

oue-bodotfieren (^""-t") via. e^a. sep. 
(bui4 abftimmung ausflogen) to blackball. 

3lug-bQU (--) m ® 1. (sjertiflbauen) com- 
pletion of (the interior of) a building; 
flg. final development, extension, consoli- 
dation. — 2. J? rint« «angcB: working; 
~(ung f) bcr ©ruben timbering (and wall- 
ing), casing; ( «afjertidjlii ) tubbing. — 
:i. (trek. (Cifet) jetty; (Stntiet.nii^e) bay 
(winduw); (hnn «ircSe) excdra. 

anS-boudjen (^■'") ^^a. sep. I via. to 
belly out; to swell; (auSroeiifu) to widen 
out ;(rT6abfn ob. Btttieil)-^ to emboss, to chase. 

— II vIn. (fn) unb flt^ ^ vlrefl. tie ffloutr 
bandit qu3 ... bu'gtjs (out), (ipringtoot) juts 
«ut; arch. ouSgefaaudjter ©ang arched 
way. — HI »21^ n @c. u 2lue-boHd)ung f 
©bfell_v(iiig);t.i Säule: swelling, <& entasis. 

oug-bouen (—-) sja. sep. I via. 1. to 

finish the interior of a building!, a railway-line, 

**• — 2. (auSbefietn) to repair; arch, roieber 

~ to restore. — 3. (»otfprirgtnb bauen) to 
build out. — 4. feiliöjireii) ugr. i-rb J? to 
exhaust. — II «/«.(().) to cease building. 

— Ill ?l^ n 65c. unb Slue-bQUung f ^ 
completion; restoration; exhaustion. 



ouo-bf hingen (^^«J^) I via. @a., au* 
(Mb. itiipf.) (Jia. Sfp. 1. to stipulate. — 
2. rirfl ('/«'•) et. ~ to reserve ... to o.s.; bic§ 
nu6be^un9en (ausgenommen) with this ex- 
cejition. — II 9Un @c.u.3lHS-bcbingung 
f@ stipulatinn, reservation. 

onS-beercn (---') via. & a. sep. to strip 
... of berries, to pick the berries off ... 

Qn&-beid)trn (--") @b. sep. I W«. 

1. et. ^ to make a full confession of s. th. 
— 2. j-n ~ to question a p. closely. — 
II vIn. (1).) to finish confessing. 

ou§-bcincn (--") via. ^a.sep. l.SIdi*: 
to bone. — 2. O to mount with ivory. 

an&-brifern {--") via. (?o n. sep. 1. to bite 
out; fid) [c/at.) e-n S^i» ~ to break (off) a tooth 
(in biting). — 2. (uciirciben)to drive away by 
biting; fig. (Derbrängen) to supplant (a rival). 

Que-bcijen (—") via. i^c. sep. to re- 
move by caustics or corrosives. 

ou&-bcvftfn(^''")r/«. (fn)(|od.(f.berfien) 
sep. in CQ(ften .v to burst out laugliing. 

aiufe-bcfferer (-'*^") m @a., ?lnö-bcfie' 
(rf)riH f @ mender, repairer; (Slicfer) 
botcher, patcher; vamper; (giiawneibet) 
jobbing tailor; (gflidWuftet) cobbler; .v,in »on 
asaiciie: needlewoman, Boii Sivltmpfen: darner. 

ong-beficrn ("*'") I via. (n d. sep. 1. mft: 
tonieud, to repair; ffunftractte : to restore. — 

2. Sib. gaue: (flicfcn) to patch up (ilotlies), 
to cobble or vamp (boot»); (ftop(en) to dain 
(stockings) ; (na^bcifcrn) to retouch or touch 
up (pictures); to correct (an essay); (auf- 
Jiußen) to trim up (a bonnet); J/ to refit 
(sl)ips); id) liefi m-e Uiit ~ 1 had ... mended 
orseento. — 119Uw@c.u.2ln§-befferuHg 
f @ mending. &c. ; fid) in ^l^ung befinSen to 
be under (or to undergo) repair; 91~nngS' 
to^tttpl. expenses/»/, of repair; repairs jo/. 

auS-bcten (--") vIn. (i).) onb via. ^b. 
sep. to finish praying; to pray to the end. 

ouS-bctten (->*") via. (?ib. sep. ©äfte: 
to bed (or sleep) out (of the house). 

9lu«i-bcntc (--") f © produce, gain, 
yield ; J^ output; reid)lid)e ^ geben to give 
good results; J? eine ^ lieforiibe 3^'')'^) "• 
/x/=jet^e f productive (or paying) mine. 

OHö-bentcIn (— ") via. (Q,d. sep. 1. © 

Mfltterei: to bolt. — 2. F flg. (auSge^en) to 
Spend, to disburse. — 3 F (au^ vlrefl.) j-n 
«. (oon ©eib entbiü6en) to drain a p.'s purse, 
to fleece a p. ; fid) .n, Fto part with one's cash. 

oufii-bcnten (--^) I via. @,b. sep. to 
put (or turn) to (good) account; agr. to 
cultivate; P^ eine SHine; to work; flg. für 
feine 3'oi^^de ~ to make capital out of. — 
II 'H~ n @)c. unb 9lH8-bcutnnö f @ cul- 
tivation : X mining; son arbeitem: sweating. 

51n&-bcntcr {--^) m @a., ~tn f ® ex- 
ploiter; Don Mtbeitetn oft: sweater. 

2lU(5-beutungS.... (--"...) in sflan: ~fclb 
J^ « mining-claim; /^foftcn pi. workinjf 
expenses/?/.; ,>..fi)ftcni n sweating system. 

on§-bejot)lfn (^"-") I via. (?ia. sep. to 
pay in full; to make up the full amount; 
in einet Sani it.: to pay over the counter; 
® fofovt .X. to pay cash down. — II 'H^ 
n i§c. unb 9lus-bc,50t)üinö f @ payment. 

onS-bicgcn (--") (?uf. sep. I via. to 
bend (or turn) out(wards); {ou§n;eiten) to 
widen. — II «/"•(jn)e-maBaflen.x,(au§iDcid)cn) 
to n)ake room for, to get out of the way 
of... ; A c-n 3iig ~ laffen to shunt a train. 

oue-bieten (^-") i&Lsep. I via. 1. {,um 
ffleriauf) ^ to exhibit for sale ; billig.», to ofifer 
at a cheap rate; laut unb ijffiiitlid) ^ to 
hawk about (one's wares). — 2. (überbieten) to 
outbid. — II fid) ^ vlrefl. to offer one's 
services pubiidy. — III !U^ m @c. u. 9lnä» 
bietnng f @ display oi goods; hawking. 

one-bilncn (^^-) ^h. sep. I via. unb 
vlrefl. (fi(^) .V to form (o.s.); (cnlmirfcliib) to 



develop (o.s.); (DctDcnjommneni)) to (grow) 
perfect; (benSeift) to cultivate, to improve; 
(lebrenb) to instruct; (cerfeinfrnb) to polish; 
fid) jum 91brofnten ^ to study for the law; 
ein (Belircfir bilbct ftd) flll§ ... grows to a 

head. — II »il~ w Ö9C. unb Qln^-bilbnng 

/■@ formation; develnpnient; cultivation; 
Don Setfonen: instruction, education (pro- 
fe.ssional) training; med. ?Uiing eineä 
@efd)rofir§ gatliering of an ulcer. 

auö-binfccn (->'") via. ^a. sep. 1. etroal 
^ to untie and take out of a parcel. — 
2. © arch, to assemble, to join; typ. bi» 
fiolumne ^ to tie Up the column. 

au^-bittcn (-^") via. t&i. sep. 1. fi(^ 
{dat.) ctroa? ^ to ask for a th.; ficfe oon 
i-nt cine ®unfl .v to solicit a favour of a 
p.; borf id) mir bie SI)re .„, 6ie ju begleiten' 
may I have the honour of accompanying 
you?; ba§ bitte id) mir qu§, miQ id) mir 
nuSgcbeten b«bni I (must) insist on that; 
bctbietenb: bu iül)rft c§ nid)l on, bQ§ bitte id) 
nur nn§! I won't allow you to touch it! — 
2. (lU§gcbctcn(eini?plaben)ieintobeinvitedout. 

5lns-blofe'... © (--"...) tn Sflen: ~^ol)n 
m blow-off tap; />..rol)r n blow-off pipe; 
>N./l)entt'I exhaust-(steamT)valve. 

ou&-blnffn (— ") via. ^op. sep. 1. ein 
Gi .V to blow an egg. — 2. (ausbe^nen) to 
extend (or puff out) by blowing. — 3. (au*. 

liJii^cn) to blow out (a cand'e); j-m bn§ 

Sebcn§Iid)t .^ to kill a p., P to put out a 
p.'s light, to do for a p. — 4. (oetfünbigen) 
to proclaim by sound of trumpet. — 5. (ju 
Cube biaien) to cease blowinsr (on a wind- 
instrument). — 6. © einen ©nmpffeffcl ^ 
to blow off a boiler; metall. ben Ä5od)üfen 
^ to blow (out) the furnace. 

ou&-blältern (->*") via. igd. sep. 1. to 
turn over (all) the leaves (of a book). — 
2. to pluck off the leaves (of a plant). 

ouS-bleiben (--") I v\n. (fn) ^00. sep. 
1. to stay away; er blieb dinge ou§ he did 
not come till late; id) roerbe nid)t lange ~ 
I shall not be long (in coming); bie ganje 
5}od)t ~ to stay out all night; bQ§ tonn 
nid)t .», it must come to this (in the end); 
bie enaiiidte SPofl ift an^geblitbtn the ... mail 
is overdue. — 2. ^ mit ber 3al)liing ~ to 
be in arrear (with one's payment); iut. : 
(nii^t etiaeinen) to make default; tned. bai 
Ofieber bleibt an§ ... intermits, ift flnn-, nua- 
geblieben ... has left me. — II Sl^ n 
@!C. staying away; non-appearance; ber 
iPoft ic: non-arrival; bet Sablung: non-pay- 
ment; jur. : (>)!i(6tBtid)einen Doröieriiftt) default; 
»otiätilidifS . contempt of coui-t. 

QU§-bIetd)en (--^) sep. I W«. (fn) @n. 
u. ©a.tofade.— II y/a.@a. to bleach out. 

autS-bleien (--") via. ^1 a. sep. to (fill 
with) lead; Saline ^ (plombieren) to stop ... 

9lu§-blitf (-•'') m ® look-out, prospect. 

oue-bliljcn (-^")t'/«. (I)-) ?ic. sep. vlimp. 
elI)Qt ouSgebli^jt the lightning has ceased. 

onfe-bliit)en (--") '^ia.sp/j. I f/n. (()., fn) 
1. to cease blooming, to shed the blossom ; 
flg. to fade. — 2. viin. (ausmittetn) to efflo- 
resce. — II 31/v. n @c. unb Sliiö-bliiljung 
f @ last bloom; min. efflorescence. 

aM&-bIntcn (--") ^i b. sep. I «/«. (t).) 
to cease bleeding. — II vja. fein Sieben .^ 
to shed one's life-blood, to bleed to death. 

au<5'bobcn, -böbcn © (--") via. igb. sep. 

!85ti4erei: ein 5a6: to head up, to bottom. 

onö-bol)(en © (--") via. eia. sep. to 
plank, board, floor; to line with boards. 

ou&-bol)rcn © (--^) ©a. sep. I via. 
1. to bore up or out; to drill; e-e Sijiauben- 
mutter: to worm, to tap; triditfrfürraig: to 
chamfer. — 2. (^etausiiftaffcn) ben Spunb (aus 
bem SJafle) ... to draw the bung (witli a 
gimlet). — II vIn. (I).) to finish boring. 



3eitf)en iWm^l.e. IX): F familiär; P iBott§fDra«e; T ®aunerfptQd)e; \ fcltcn; t olt (au* geftorben); ' neu (ou« geoorenj; ^.^ untitfetig 



tit 3fi4ni, ^it ^IbfOrjunflffl unb bit obgtfonbcTtrn Srmrrfungtn f A— #) pnb Born cifiart | •ilU^Dr... ■;lUt?OC...l 



aud-bratrn(^'')(^p.«ep. Ip/m. l.lfn) 
to run uut in ronitiiig. — 2. (I).) to rDRnt 
Well. — II via. to ro&8t tlioruuglil} ; 
Clmcl)^ to li-t ihrilniping run olTflli« juuit). 

aiiebrniii^rit (--") via. a a. m-p. 1. — 
ouj br. iiditn. — 2. au^gcbnucbt Ijabdi ImAt 
rrti biaiKtm) to u»« 11« more; t" put uaid«. 

oiiB-broiirn (^->') öia. »»•/». 1 i/a. I. to 
briw to pcrrt'Ution. — 2. Ibiaucnt auliift») 
to extract by brnwintf. — X- /19. UniirU k. .. 
to liruw ... — II i<ln. it).) to cease lirewini;. 

aiie-braiifrii (---) f/«. (I).) m» vltrfl. 
6i.C. I'p «ca (Dinbc 11.: 104) -> to ceiise 
roaring; vcn (kitrntm : toi:i!niu r-rmcnlili)^; 
/f^r. to raliii |..r settle, cool) down. 

ouabtfilitn (-«'>') ^.d. »»p. I r/o. 
i. t<> Lniili JMiit) with an efTort; Sit'tn : to 
shell; cm Vlrfl.t: to notrh; rincn .■iata: to 
take (or pull) out; bi( Q^il.nt ouS ciniin 
Aamni .v to lircnk ufT the teeth of n coinh , 
hurt. )l|li-, ben 3}aiim ^ to prune (or lr>pi 
a tree; bt.cfiQ fior Pnifpcn ^ to nip off thf 
buds; eicnrKiUAltr: '.ti ad,l, jpoiiig ou) bcn 
SicMtnitddin ^ to cut the huuey>onib<i; 

einiitiri: bal Citl ^ to pour ... fr«ni tlir 

boiler into the tronirh, Citintiu«: naivd 
ic. .w to i|Uiirry ...; X rmm C^.tti: to «ink ; 
t-n (Hnng .« to work a lode. — 2 (nbintfiil 
U) bririg (»r throw) up; b. < 'JluSgcl rodjiltt 
Toniit. — '.I. hunt. KiWtiwti»: ten «ottn 
nod) (^ra^ ^ (auin&tlcn) to root ... — II I'l». 

({11) 4. (invcititu») (Olli beut OrjdnQnill 
«, to hreuk out of prison, to «scupe (from 
prison); ssn Oiftriflrfn: to overflow ( tht- 
bank«); X (tincn VuDaO nalrn) to tally 
forth, to make a »ortio. — 6. flg. itUiutt 
lairi(bfn) can Qturi, ffilrj, Su'tuli, Punlttii 

to hreuk out; to ari>e. to oii^riimtu; ilini 
brad) tin bdtiflcT «djiud^ niiS f he was 
bathi'd ill piTHiiiiHtioM ; (t cl fin& |iu(i 
f^Qllinidilr aiiCQibrodicn two hoiises hti\o 
«topped pawiiuiit, ihi're have been two 
failiirfH. — in cl {<icc., bii«. dat.) ^^ in 
SbTi'iiirn ^ tu hreuk out into leam; in (in 
^(lAdjKT^ to hurst out laiichiiiir; inftldgcn 
«to utter iHUnntationH - III 11^ n 9»c.ft 
S«! nci: ex tract ion ;t.Ftn(inrinrii:i|iiarryinK; 
• ilicitrn: voniiiinir; VU in« trm «clintnlPt 
break ink'-out u( pni-on; X, tlutlaQ: Dortic. 

aue-biritrii (-'-«) I via. mk vjirfl. 
Ci h. irp. I. (fid)) ... to Npreiid, expand, 
extend, til «iDif, ;\ifigtl : to Ktietrh out, 
(aulra. 'lUrnl to di^plny, to unfold; tol tfant 
breitet iid) D> r unl aut ... unfuIdH lt^el^l•> 

our \i< w. O lj//>. tir Siuitbotrii .>. liHlUnt««) 
to hnug up ...; >l »ii Cruti to ipread. — 
2. (In Umlaut |f|rii) to circulate or proDllll- 
KntfllK'WN) , Prniilnifl« : todillilliu; (|«iRirurTi) 
to dl>fieiiiirinti' , lldiytltnirnl to pi opniratu ; 
bit R\i\\b< IrtiKU jid) raid) an! the m-wi 
wan Noon ill ••vi>r) holly '<> uiouth. — II aui- 
flrbrritrt p.p m» a. d4li. extended, < 1«» 
Rctfiit): '27 paiuloun; aiilivbrdkK fi«i.inii|. 
I4ali K. ext•■ll^ive ... — III fl/*. n ^r. a. 
Wue brritnnn / it oxpimNion, t-xten^iion; 
ciniilation, pMiniiiU-atioii; dinuNion; din- 
si-niiiinii<'ii. pr'>|i K itiou.r-iCfxtc: Kpiend. 

flii»-btritrr 1 --) m «4a., ^in f M 
(f. aut-bi(itcii) upreader; dia«eininator. 

Hut brritiinn«-..., q~.... (---...» in anon : 
■«.Ollllnlt /' <i-r/. niiiisioii ; Colh.rerl. pru- 
paK'Hiithi, <>.tai)ifl a. dlffiuibl«; <w|U(^l f 
proNi'ly tiMii , pii>pni;aiidiiiin. 

fliifbrriiuru {"•^^) »:a. (|. b-.fnnrni »'/i. 

I flu. I. unit: lo burn, |-ni bit ^110(11 « 

to hum out a p.'« i'y«<ii; fig. bmi lot)( b ( 
Vuftcn .V to hum dnyllKhl. - 2. «mk;. r-r 
n>unM: t>> cailleriNe; Oftlllft; lliil'4irc(<lii) 
to lulphur ; ^ artiU. tal ,Hll><tIM x. : to tu- 
Iftrfft. — 8. «114 t'/n. (t).| iitiii« »uti-ii) to 
flniah burniiiK (in. k«) or balnnir it'oiury). 
— II (•/'•. 4. (b.) |. Ü. — &. (In) to c»A«r 



buniiug; ka* r, n to lat „ f o (or 1 t. U »wm wi> ••«««- 

drop) out; auttjd: 
volcano. — Ö liiitti 

ternully coimuuieil Im lue, i 

to he gutted. — III 11^ n l 

{out); tuig. c n; mil art Ui. ii.^\ llu«-6ai' 

tct Sofi rrle i(. ei . _ tit. 

aue-bnuflrii 1^^) c/». qeia. $fp. 1. (f*it. 

Maflcal to hi ing out, to get off; <L rii Bett ^ 

to huiatout..,; bcn '2lnl(r mil ttm VooU « 

to boat an anchor. — 2. r-n fylcif n « to 

get out a .stain. — 3. j-4 Wfiuncbtit ~ to 

propone (ur drink) a p.'« hcui' 

tril "o divulge. — 4. aan«t » 

hatch ... — h. O li/p. ctnr ,S(il> « (a.««.!.!!!!« 

it|rn; ant. (in-br.naitil to »p.ice out ... 

due bruiflrr (-^^l m Ma., .«.in f O 
(inci Ic n:jpriidj(9 proposer of a toa.sL 

((uebrud)l--^)Mi 31 I. — audbirdiMilII. 

— 2. find OuiranI: eruption; iinf« «ulciitrt: 
outbreak; t-i üiaRitcii: breaking out, out- 
breiik; clnrr SrlkvnMi«!! : (outlhurst ; .„ t(l 
'ii>abiirinn4 (it of umdiieta; turn ^( lommvn 
toliriak (ur burstlout, toappi ar.> 3. (Qinn 

aul brn kfftcn Ziaaknil wiue from plck<d 

grafies; (vctijaM »lue of the first preaa. 

aue bruljrn (--^) da. 91. a. «r/j. toacald. 

aus-bruUrn (-^«-) vjn. (ij.) si a. trp. 
1. to roHr aloud. — 2. to cens>- roarinif. 

QUO-bruttnl '->') 3.1b. «r/>. I via. llirr: 
lo sit Uli; lunlltiA: to incuhat'-; AuitlH«: 
to hatch. — 2. fif/. (cirtnnci) to hutch Out; 
to concoct — II I'/i. I J). ) to ceaae 
hatching. — III tl», n ^c. unk ttut* 
briitiinn f 44 hutcli(iiig); inculmtioQ. 

nuoburtiifii, 'biidjirii O (""^Ife") via. 

^1 C. Xi p. rint Sake ic. : to boX. 

oiic-biigdn (--") ?i.d. *rp. 1 via. 

1. Bj|;«n It. .» to pre.ss (or smooth) ... by 
ironing. — 2. to iron tliorougliiy.— II vi». 

b) to «ciiHf iroiiinif. 
aucbiiljiitn X I—") via. 6\a. »tp. t-a 

CAa4l ... (aullcmcn) to hrutliiO or line ... 

tlUC-builb (-■'■) m 41 B«k ^ ■rift T flu- 
IDIallri) (laltfrn of oxrrllonco; paiagon of 
l»-autx; prodigy of wiwioni, Iranunii; ii III 
C(i .„ Don ilinrn alien ... tlie heat (..r the 
Worst) of them all; rin .^ Den ^tarrbnt, 
^uUtjiit nn uut-aiid-out ThiI; a madcap; 
cm ^ Don Sibnrfdtril an arrant kiiav«. 

aud-biiuCiR r (-■^") a. i*h. excel ent, 

tiu«-burnrr \ (-<'") »■ ^a. I. Ißirak«) 
alien. — 2. I11I41 in Xti Si.iki irttnfneitfUTin) 
non roMdciit citi/iii, tuburhnu. 

aiu-biKflrii ( '-') vm. fib. $rp. rincn 
'Jiod „. to biii>h a Coat ( thorough I) ); 
Q ttfp bir (yorni « to hrunh the furin. 

aue-buid)rn, •biildirn O (-''*') r/o. jir, 

»fp. 1. /«>'. Ital Uni'it«'!« KtjRfkKtn) « to 
1 har the copne. — 2. ani-, Un'iaut » to 
pull up laiik (or deniely giowiiivl weodi. 
OUff-bU>|fll 1^--) 91 c t^fi. I r ,| I. to 
eX pin hI fnr. — 

2. lau' . . II r/M. 
lb ) to cinipii ti< oiie'i tiiii* «r |>oiinocv, 
cr bat aii''^\ (bOM hi« luffeiuig* aie <»rr. 

alio bnllrin 1 '•') Qid. »rp. I r <• 
1. bid an« bri lK;l(t '^ tu gel mm h >' "- ■ 
by rhuitiiiig. — II r/n. (b ) 2. ' 
off ihumiok'. — il. r fig. (t bdi i^uo.c 
buiurt iitiaHn'ttf* int««nt>lh«iaUii|;iaietl. 

•V tlllMII... \. Ilu (u... 

auo baninirn O 
1. «tKtfrri . b.r 
moilldiliiT. — V 

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[5Jll§5t... 5ltli§Ct...] Spbstantive Yerbs are only gjyen, if not translated by act (or action) of ,. or ^ing. 



oug-brfd)feln (--^tH p/a.®d. sep. 1. to 
hollow out (or to finish) by turning on a 
lathe. — 2. fig. to finish with care; miS' 
|ebtfd)fclt well (or accurately) made. 

«luibrrl)"... (—...) tn Sl-IeSongH', »"fi ® 
rt«4iimi, jS. : ~fla^l m (in)side-tool. 

ouS-örcl)en (— ") @a. sep. I vja. L = 

an8-J)ltd)[eln. — 2. (aaeiöWen) tine iampt, ta» 
•ai: to turn off; to put out. — II fid) ~ 
vrefl. bit CdrauJt ftat [\ä) (eb.iP) QiiSgcbtc^t 
... has lost its grip; the thread is worn out. 
ou?-brf|d)en (■">'") ®d. n. e.. i-.tn. nudj 
@C. Sep. I p/o. i.ftom, ©artfii. au* abs.: 
to thrash (or beat) out; /Ty.ou6gebro|(t)ene§ 
6troö hackneyed saying, trite remark. 

— 2. Itui4 Irtfitn etiaifen) to obtain by 
thrashiug. — 3. V fig. (ptujrtn) to thrash 
soundly. — II c/n. (i) f. 1 ; QuSflebroJdicn 
bobtn to have done thrashing. 

2lu&-br«rf (-'') m @ I. expression; in 
allgemeinen ?lu§lirücfen in general terms ; 
btfdjönigenbcr .», eujihemism; bilblidjer ^ 
figure of speech; gemeiner .^ Tulgarism; 
Deraltcter ~ archaism; jum ~ bringen to 
express, to put into words. — 2. («usbtuds. 
Brife) diction, style; (auffprafe) articula- 
tion; («tnm!«) elocution; fcftrofilfliger ~ 
highflown language. — 3. fig. ~ ^obtn to 
be expressive; iSt ®eR4t I)at feinen ~ ... 
lacks expression, looks vacant; «f, paint., 
fculp. life, animation, action; passion. 

ouS-briirfbar (->'-) o. @b. expressible. 

ou&-brurfcn (-*'") @a. sep., meift tt/p. 
I r/o. 1. (fsiKg bruien) to finish printing; 
ta! SDtrf tDirb bolb QuSgebrudt jein ... will 
soon be worked off. — 2. (ancetiiiai btutfen) 
to print in full ; gut - to (im)print clearly. 

— II vjn. (i).) to cease printing. 
au8-bvürfen (->'") I vja. @a. sep. 1. tn 

•temjei : to impress, to imprint. — 2. (au«. 
»teflen) to press (or squeeze) out; to strain 
off. — 3. (»uii6!4en) to put out by pressing. 

— 4. (au4 rlrefl.) fig. to utter; fit^ eUv 
feint ©efü^Ie burd) SDottt ic ~ to express 
o.s. or one's feelings by ...; einen ©cbanfen in 
JBeiien ^ to clothe ... in verse; feine 5)Jei' 
nung, ^Infid)! ~ to state one's opinion ; 
fi4 beutlic^ (gut) ~ to speak plainly (well) ; 
ftcb berb ... to use strong words; fitft fiefeenb 
~ to have a good flow of language; toie 
man fii^ gcRicl)nIicb aiiSbrüdl in common 
parlance : pd) gelinbe fiber et. ^ to put it 
mildly; fidi lur| .v to be brief; fid) Der« 
blfimt «, to veil one's meaning. — II «..b 
ppr. «. a. ^b. expressive of. — III 9t~ 
n @c. unb SluS-brurfung f @. gu 1 : im- 
press(ion), stamp. — 8u 4: (form of) ex- 
pression. I (etteift.mefiei) paring-knife.) 

SlUä-triitfer l--*^) m @a. ©eiberei:/ 

nuS-briifflirf) (■'i''") a. @h. nnb adv. ex- 
press, expiicitdy); po8itive(ly); adv. anii: 
in a formal manner, in due form ; (abfid^t. 
at) on purpose; ^tx Sefe^l strict order, 
special injunction; 9l~feit fexplicitness. 

au&brudfe...., a~^... (-'''...) In SWSon: 
^ort /■ = -vTOtiie ; «vfiiUe f expressiveness ; 
copiousness (of style); «..leer, »^loi a. void 
of expression; inexpressive; vacant(look); 
~Iofigffil f inexpressiveness; /v,öoU a. ex- 
pressive; ion Horten: significant; b. «lufleii : 
eloquenf ; /vrocije f mode of expression 
or Utterance; toeite. language, style. 

Que-burteln F (^>'-) vja. -= au§-tiifteln. 

oua-buftfn (-''«) 6i b. «?/). I vja. 1. t-n 

«eiuii. ac* ab».: to exhale. — 2. (mit Suft 
rtfaa^) to perfume, to (fill with) scent. 

— II p/n. 11).} to cease spreading per- 
fome; to lose one's scent. — III ?U/ « 
©<■. im» «ue-buftung /■ @ exhalation. 

aue-buitfn (-■*") vja. ^b,=Dii§.öuilen 1. 
aue-bulben (-■*>') 6i b. /»^p. I vja. to en- 
dure to the end. — II vjn. (1).) to cease 



suffering; er i)ai aiiSgebuIbet bis sufferings 
are at an end, he will suffer no more. 

ouS.bunflbor, .biinjibor (-•'-) a. @b. 
evaporable; phyaiol. perspirable; 8l/v 
feil f ® evaporability; perspirability. 

on&'bunPen, .biinften (^>'") &b. sep. 
I vjn. (\).) L to evaporate, to vaporise; 
(betbufttn) to exhale; burft bic ©aut: to per- 
spire, P to sweat — II r/o. 2. to evap- 
orate; to exhale; to sweat out. — 111*21^ 
n @c. nnb 3lu8-bünftung f @ 3. (bo» Ou«. 
bfinften) evaj}oration; exhalation; perspi- 
ration. — 4. (ba« auSeebünßete) exhalation; 
steam ; fd)äbli(bc ?l~ung noxious vapours, 
foul gases, eftiuvia joi. ; J? choke-damp. 

SluebünftiingS"... (->'".-) in SfiB«, »»•: 
rvV\t\\tXm: <& atmometer; evaporiineter. 

OUg-cggcn (-'*^) @a. sep., agr. I vja. 
to harrow out or up. — II vjn. (^.) to 
finish or cease harrowing. 

ouS-tin-onber (—>'") adv. asunder; 
apart; separate(ly); fie finb urn jttiei 
Sabre ~ they were bom within two years 
of each other; i eSnget unb »ealeitunc finb 
.^ (geraten) ... have not kept time. 

ouS-ein-onber«..., SI,»/«... f— ■""...) in soei. 

binbung unb Sflfl mit verbs, im met sep. @a., 
bpjdiinet : A. Siennunfl (separation), j!B. «.• 
bre^cn. — B. eutwirttn (disentanglement), 
J», stammen. — C. ffleionbetc gsiie : ~bre(^cn 
fed. vja. unb vjn. (fn) to break asunder 
or off or in two; «.-breiten vja. @,b. to un- 
fold, to spread out, to lay open ; /%/brtngen 
vja. @a. etreitenbt ic: to Separate from each 
other; to part; gteunbe: to set at variance; 
/x/bteften vja. ^a. to untwist; /»/fa()ren 
vjn. (fn) ®r. to move (or go, fly) asunder; 
neite. to disperse; ~faflcn vjn. (fn) ^p. 
to fall asunder, to go to pieces; /vfalten 
vja. @b. to unfold, to unfurl; /«.fliegen vjn. 
(fn) %f. to fly asunder or in different 
directions; /«/ßeljen: a) vjn. (fn) @s. 1. Bon 
tpetfcnen: to part company; (»on einet 5)et. 
fammiune) to break up, to disperse ; X to dis- 
band ; ^ ge()en laff en to dismiss ; ». eitaiiten : 
to diverge; ton SBeaen: to branch off; fig.: 
bie «nflftten getjen roeit ~ ... are very much 
divided ; .vgc^enbe ?lnfid)ten fjpl. divergent 
opinions pi. — 2. (entäwelceicn) to fall to 
pieces, to come asunder ; b) 9l~gel)en w @c. 
separation, dispersal; einer EiSule, btsspotio- 
menti : breaking up ; beim ?i.^gel)en on part- 
ing; bet ettablen, fig. bet SKcinnnfltn: diver- 
gence; bon SufamDienflefOgtem : dislocation; X 
jtvjlreuteS 9l.vgel)en bet Snptien disband- 
nient; .x/^alten: a) vja. fep. to keep 
asunder, separate or distinct ; b) %[/x/f)alten 
n @c. separation, distinction; ~^auen 
vja. @q. to hew asunder; .x-iogen vja. 
@,&. 1. to disperse, to scatter. — 2. mit t-m 
Ifeit: to cleave or to drive asunder (with a 
we<ige);~fänimenp/a.6i a. to part (or disen- 
tangle) with a comb ; ©aDoQe: to disentangle 
by carding; «..fommen vjn. (fn) i?oc. to be- 
come separated; im ©ebröngc .v fommen 
to lose one another in the crowd ; «..loiifcn : 
a) vjn. (fn) (?;>p. 1, = ...geben a 1. — 2. © 
(ju fiiifpa werben) to melt away; b) SU/Ioufcn 
n @c. = .vgeben b; ~legen: a) vja. ^a. 
to take asunder; SKaicöinen: to take to 
pieces; Stuge: to spread (or lay) out; X 
Sruppen: to disperse (regiments); to quarter 
apart; fig. (etnäien) to explain ; b) 9l~legenn 
@c. n. iU/^legung f @ eon SKaWinen: taking 
to pieces; eon Stoffen: laying out (for show); 
fig. (etnarune) explanation ; /x/liegen : a) p/m. 
[\).) fek. to lie at a distance from one an- 
other; b) 91/v/Iiegen n @;c. separateness; 
~mQ(^en: a) vja. @,a. to undo; mit SRfibe: 
to force asunder; bie S3eine ,^m. to put 
one's legs apart, Fto straddle (one's legs); 
vt ©ejei: to unfurl; fig. (entaiitten) to disen- 



tangle; b) 9l~tna(^en n @c. undoing; ■i/ 
unfurling;^^.disentanglement;~ne^men: 

a) vja. fed. eine SKafftine jc. : to take to 
pieces; to dismount; eine eltttriWe Batterie: 
to break up; anat. ein ©etHjpe ic.: <& to 
disarticulate; b) 9l/N/nel)mcn n @c. dis- 
mounting; anat. disarticulation; /N^quar< 
tieren >k vja. @a. f. ...legen a ; «..reiben vja. 
anb vjn. (fn) @n. to tear (or rend) asunder; 
«..rt(^len vja. ®b. to cause to diverge; 
~roOen @a.: a) vja. to unroll; b) vjn. 
(fn) to come unrolled ; /x-riicfen vja. n. vjn. 
(fn) ®a. to move apart; vjn. (fit* ^ \t%n) 
to move one's chairs apart; ^fc^lagea 
vja. @r. to knock asunder; to break up 
(the hull of a ship, &c.); bie Brmc: to unfold; 
~fc^en @c.: a) vja. 1. to put (or set, 
place) apart or asunder. — 2. (ffteibcn) to 
decompose, to analyse. — 3. (bariegen) t« 
set forth; («at ma(Sen) to expound ; (etöttet») 
to discuss. — 4. iperlonen (in Setreff be! 
TOcin unb ®ein) ~ fe^cn to arrange (mo- 
ney) matters between ...; b) fid) ~fe^etl 
vjrefl. 5. to sit apart. — 6. fig. f\i) mit 
j-m wegen einet 6a*e ~fe{jcn to come to 
an understanding with a p. about ... — 
7. ® fid) mit feinen ©laubigem ..fe^en 
to come to terms (or to compound) with 
one's creditors; c) Sl^fe^cn n @c. u. 9U^ 
fe^ung f @ S. putting apart or asunder; 
analysis ; exposition ; discussion ; arrange- 
ment (of money matters). — 9. Ä ?l.«,fe^un8 
mit (einen ©laubigem arrangement, composi- 
tion; («bniitfluna Bon Kttjnungen) liquidation, 
settlement; «..fimlten vja. igb. to split 
asunder; «^f^jcrrcn: a) vja. @a. to sepa- 
rate; ©efengeue to confine in separate cells; 
to isolate ; si«r^. SBanb.iänbet : to divaricate ; 

b) 9l~fperren « @c. isolation; surg. di- 
varication; ~f})rcij(en vja. @c. bie SScine 
.^fp. = ...madjen; -Nfprengfi t'/«- 6a. to 
burst asunder, to blow up; ben fjeinb: to 
scatter ; /»/fteljcn vjn. (().)fe t. = ab-ftct)en 1 ; 
^ unb zo. ...fJeijenb: C7 dehiscent; ~fteüen 
vja. anb fid) ^^. vjrefl. @a. to place (o.s.) 
at some distance from each other ; /^fticben 
vjn. (1).) fe.f. to fly (or run) in different 
directions; .x/flreben vjn. (b.) @a. to have 
a divergent tendency ; /x/ftreuen vja. @a. 
to disperse; ~teileil vja. $ia. bfb. agr. 
lunger: to Spread apart; <N^ti)Ull vja. unb 
vjrefi. @b. = .vmadjen u. «.legen ; .«..treiben 
vja. @o. = ~iogcn; /«.treten (^ol.: a) vjn. 
(fn) -= fid) .vftellen; b) vja. to flatten (or 
break) by stamping; c) 9l/«.tretcn n @c. 
breaking by stamjting; 9lbftimn!Uiig bur4 
?l.^tTetcn einer iBctjamnilung (voting by) 
division; ,«.n)eid)en vjn. (fn) fen. to dis- 
joint, to come unjointed ; ton JRauetn : to 
crack, to give way; /«..merfen vja. @d. 
BongaiSen: to knock (or throw) asunder; 
B.in iPetionen: to disperse; ««..iDtifeln @d.: 
a) vja. to unwrap, to unroll; b) fiitf «,• 
roidein vjrefl. son 64ianaen: to uncoil; ,v 
wirren vja. @a. to disentangle; /«.jte(|en 
fe'f. : a) vja. to draw (or pull) asunder; 
to stretch out or apart; b) vjn. (fn) to 
move apart; to remove into separate lo- 
calities; to take different routes. 

ouS-eifen (— ") vja. @c. sep. to dig 
out of the ice, to make free of ice. 
au8-eitern (— ") vjn. @d. sep. 1. (I).) 

a) (aufböten jn eitern) to cease festering; 

b) (aenüaenb «itetnl to discharge freely. — 
2. (fn) to flow out (as pus) by suppuration. 

ou8-evfiefen t (-'^-'^) 4 c. sep., .erfiiren 
t (-''-") fef. Sep. vja. = au§ (ev)roäblen. 

ouS-erforen (^"■^^) I pp. »on t au§' 
crtflnn unb a. @h. chosen, selected; »on 
Sruppen: picked; mft theol. predestin(at)ed; 
»eits. (well-)beloved. — II 'M.N.e(r) m, 9l/%.e 
f(g;b.=yuö-erB)ä^Ite(r)(f.au§-erroäblfnlI). 



^•^''(■^"••ep.gerx): FfiMniliar;P vulgar; F flash ;\ rare; t obsolete (died); 'new word (born); +%• incorrect; <& scientific; 

= ( 78 ) = 



The Si^f , A bbr«Ti«tkllB ao'J 



#)»r««pl»fai«l«ttfc<fc«fiMi^orthto>ook. pJlllyCr.. — *}lllt5fr... j 



aue-rrltfrn (""--) I via. 49I. »rp. — 

• uB'Crj(l;cn. II />./>. ank a. )4b. (lalgc- 
■Jbit, »oiiagiiA) picked, (tpeciall)') aelei'Uid, 
(arulully ihxsi'ti; vta CiA^n: exquiolt«; 
bie ^fie Waniifd)ait the Huwer of tlie ar- 
ray, the pi< k ul the men; cttvol H^t'i a 
rhoice artnle; ll~l|fil (---—) /^ © (o»ne 

pl.f cliOli i.ll«-.^, m;ll;|•||.e^s, OXHilisi Il•llO^^. 

ouB-fr|t^tn{"»'-»')p/a.Wl.i»rp. tochoOHe, 
t'> Sflnct, to piik (out); to »infrle out; 
{u flri Kfrtn Tiifltn ~ d>,stiried for greater 
thiijgx ; (r mar bu^u ^ c< la itun it wum allut* 
t«d to liim 10 ..., be wa.'i chosen to ... 

au«-frn)äl)lfn (^"-f-) I i/a. ova. »rp. 
to choose, to select; aiiSri rodbit elect, «on 
knOeritbui't pr>'dfHtin(at)>.d; bibl.:aut<i' 
ndljlti ')i DftjCii g rhosi-ri Tcs.Mcl (of the I.of'l I ; 
bick finb bctiiftn, obrr nxnigc ouScripA^lt 
manj nr« ii\||.il, but ffw cIklsi'D. — 

II 9lu«-rrn)dt)ltrir) m, •rrn)äl)ltr f (Mb. 
one chosen or selectcd ; Ihrol. bic ?tu8(T- 
toiiblltn pi. »lod's elect pi.; F frin^ ^uScf 
n)il)lt(, bir TluSrrisdIjItt IcincS JöcjmS thv 
belovi'd of his heart, T his lud> love. — 

III )U n «)(-. inb tlu0 rrmatilung f i% 
choii.e, (»lelection. |a tale or htor).| 

auB-rr|al)lrii (""-") öia. »rp. to finish/ 
ttuitiiitUtn (^--") i;/a. ouf. tep. 1. to 
educate completely. — 2. ouSdiogcn fciii 
to have nniülied one's education. 

aue-rrtrn (-■*-) via. ^m. at p. ri« 64üflci 
^ to finish or empty ...; f/Jy. nion mu^.^. 
tool man cingdrLdt Ijat we must put up 
with the ronsequences of our action», 
pi-vb. as you hrcw, so you must drink. 
au0 fadjcn © l^-*") v'ja. ^la. sep. rinm 
•«rant: to proTJdo with shaUes. 

aue-fäbfln, m» •fiibmtn ( "--) via. ant 
I'liefi. :)d.fep. 1. cinciiatii: to unthread; 
tirini: to unstring; rt(().v tocomeun■t^UMK■ 
S. (auitiiet(in) to ravel out. 
tlue-toljr-... (^•'...) in Bfla». »•• ~f(f)ait)< 
X"! upia.st->ihRrt or -pit; ascending »haft. 
au0|al)rrn (-'■'--) «or. aep. 1 f/n. (in) 
1. to drive out, to go for a (carriage) 
drive, to take r drivo or a ride, to go out 
boating or cycling. -- 2. Don (intm C(tc 
^ to set out from (or to leave) a place; 

9(|aulbrm CAa^l lotiin) to a.^Cend the shaft : 
^ (aull(Stlii) to put to (ea; lul Raailra : to 
disumbuguo. — 8. (tlnauifiBrifB) to rusii 
(or liurry) off. — II i/a. 4. to take a p. 
for a drive or a ride. — 5. (in C^dciic ^ 
(Hrlri ma4'n) to cut (or hrciik) up a road; 
(itilg(fiit)rrii(i 9l<rg road with deep ruts. 
- Ill «~ n Q)»c. 0. - 9lu«ial)tl 1. — 
7. path, eruption, (breaking out in n) rasli. 
flu» |nt)tt (--I I'll» 1. (carriaKt>-)drive, 
riding (.r diiviiig) out; ctn rinca Cm w.-g 
departure (a. ^^^ ; J^ H.sceiit. — 2.Hijcm»,j| 
f:\tew.iy. ctrriakfe-gat«; (ßakT»ra (u>4 ttn 
9«tt) drive; \l'autfianai(n:di.senibo|rucment. 

Vuf-taO (--') II, )v 1. '-. au«-f>iltcn IV. 
~ 8. (n)f«iia) dedcitncy, falling off; (Ofi- 
lull) short nuss, Itixs; BlniiiWflta: dullctt; 
tintn „ bcdrn to cover losses. — 8. («n. 
irld): a) X sol tie, »ally; bl ftnc. thrust, 
lunge; Ci fig. ulUnk; (InWciUn) invective. 
4. l•I„f^nl|| rOHult, i^sue, f up^hut. 

aut lalirn (---) »«p. tfp. I «•'« (fn) 

1. »CM Coat ic: to fall (or <' bit 

,SAljii( iudin ibin au( he is los .. rth. 

2. (milriMclbtn) to be omitted; lli Vtt- 

ftiQuni II. fikllt Olli ... does not take place; 
bir £4)ul( jdQt t)(utt aut there is no iclxoi 
today. — U. ») ^ (.iui I m Kcii) .^ to tally 
forth; b) ftnc. l<v luiigo (out); c) /!y. tt« 
fOoitr«) gcgrii i-n .v to as'^.i'l a p., to inveigh 
.igaiiist a p. - 4. gul, {iblctttt ^ to tum \ 
out well, ill; (• fid eiibttt (Ul, «ii 14 m- 
irotltt talif things took a tliüeri'iit tum irxm { 

»)'*t 1 iiaü txt" >»i; *'* iu (fixn I 



Ounp.cn au9 th« rrrrtict went in his f^ 
vour. — II V a. 5. itit) {dill.) nan Si%* - 
to break ... by a fail; ■■« um •«Itnft: to 
dislocate (a •hoiilHar), to put (an um) out 
of joint, — III ~b p.pr. ui a. ^b. 

0. la kfi Bck. M inf. — 7. fi>i. aggressive; 
(bclfiMgrat) insulting. — IV tl<v n Mc. 
%.^ bctJOaort fall of the hair, «27 depilaiion. 

9lue-|all(e|>... ("■'...) la Sflga: «vgaltrr n, 
«vOfortr f, ~lljor n I X frt. sully -port; 
pONtvrnl-gate); <^ft(llung f /ene. luiigiiig 
Itorwiiid), ~lDinrrl m opt. angle of re- 
flection (— tlti-iiraQmintd). 

aiie-fongrn (--^>') via. epp. ««p. t-n ttv^* 
Iri4 : t" I'lear (nr empty I by flshit'g(>- auS« 
ji{(t)(nu;;( n9Dalb.> tudestroy thegameofa 
forest. I to give the last dye (or dip) to. ..1 

aue-färbrn O ("'''') »/a. ^^.««pCiafft^/ 

Hue iü|fr-...(--i-...) li O «aUff 

Isttitaiicn: '«.(Dlinbrr III ■ roller. 

aul-fafrm 1^-) «d.«>'p. 1 r/a.«it«iri: 
to unritvel,«r»«l)t(i: touiiKeaVu. — II r/n. 
Ijnl 1. (irtj ^ rfrrft. to ravel (or fray) out. 

au»-fau(tn(^-^-)c/n. (in) :>K.iep. l.»«a 
{■iaaiia: to t>ecome hollow by decay. — 
J. ItcTaal'aacnl to rot out — 3. (tt({) .^ 
Ic» 3itn>n. ffBMftra) to become carious. 

ouff-lrd)Un (-■'•') vja. pov. »fp. to fight 

out (quarrels), tO settle ( diffrreiiCM ) by 

having recourse to arms ; ct. .« Fto have it 
out with • p. ; rtat üliifa'aitt .v U) fight a durl. 

oue-frgrn {''-") va. $^a. «rp. c«aiu« 

to sweep (out or clean); k«l Siainrt ^ to 
cleanse ...; to give ... a sweep. Iswcep^-r.) 

ttiie-frgrr (---I m ^a. , ^in f ^] 

Bus frgtfl \ (---) n Oa. sweepings pi. 

Due (rilrnl--^") \ila.6\%.»rp. 1. to file 
"lit; @ da« 6otr ic. : to tooth (by filing), to 
indent. — 2. Uuiaitcitcnl to smooth (with a 
lile); lint ■tbtii ., to give the laiit finish to a 
I'lece of work ; /I.'/, a. : to elaborate. - II tU. 
n %c. filing lout); fig. finishing touch. 

aul-frtligrn (--J"«) I p/a. ^ia. »rp. 

1. tinra VrtcU'c: to despatch, to expedite; 
«in» Uttuntt: to draw Up. — 2. hif. : cincn 
?(lt boi bcni ?)otor ... to execute a deed; 
buppdt ouSgrfcitigt (done) in duplicate; 
9 bit PfQltutcn iibrr ttnai .^ to invoice ...; 
riat RrAauaj: to Dink« out. — II %^ m 
94c. an» flu» fcttigung /«# 8. despatch; 
lur. : drafl(ingl. — 4. VlvUna (««lihflld) 
iur. : (engroMed) copy; 9 invoice. 

«ui-lrrtigrr (^i-*-«) m lOa., ^In f % 
person who denpatches' copying clerk, 

tlu«-lrrtiflung»«... (-—...) la an««. »».: 
^grbul)rrn fipt. fee for executing a deed. 

au« irtlrn (---) via. Ci h. »rp. to fr-e 
from gl vase .,r flit; 1 oQ« to tc"ur, dean. 

au« Irurru ( -^-l :>d. itp. I r/o. l.fta 
n (thoroughly) 
firing. 8. r 

(trflig aull4:a;rnl to lasb OUl, tO kick 

out (ilirn I '-) Fa. »ic »*p. 1. Mitt 

ic: to fiiillixli nith felU - 2. O ft<IUnrl: 
(«uinc»iiii) lu i'\\(f with hair, Ac. 

aue tinbbnr i '-) a. )*b. durovenible. 

ouf jinbig ("'~ ) a. »»b.: ^ B; 
lind (or ninkel out; to diicuver 
out; .. ji! 
out »for, ' I 

ai: I 

fish ouu - :' 
— 8. (itti Vi.- 
fish). - II • 

•uk-poiftrn , ■ . I ^., ■ 

to cea.ip Itickenng. — - ge out. 

«If " -T":rn (-•■'') :. o '-p I 
toe c — IIWii la «u« '■. 

i, «1 1 / . 1 . I o 

au« llailrtn ... fi^ to 

Sutter UitXXk, (. «uA-Autcu. 



lir 

|to 

! •' 

I «vH: 

Q ' It O I - 

*«i' to ».:ra; 

ouj niafn(-'-)p/»« 
to mend; (O'-a* «•«>>• 
vamp ('Jpi; 

bot. h(-j; I € 
par 

'/; ■ ■ 



.^'.laiBii: to warm (thoroughly). — II r/n. 
lb.) 2. to cea>o firing. 8. f »an «ttiW«: 



*c. 



aul'itidtni nien'linr. 

au«-|li(grn 1---1 I r,.;. ' •" 

fly nwny; tu« l<ai *tlt«: to ' 
Sftmrl finb oulgrftofrn the >... '. 

Ii:a4/i.7.): fig.', »«a Ura^ttr («« 

run away, to bolt; [trik») to tax-; lor / 
on) a trip; (kasfwiawfia"») to leave hofse. 
— II 71 ' »ae«. 

auc t: I ^c. »f^ 

1. »n gliinii: n) oat «r 

AWay ; (aa*flt.' >a<iM%ta 

to leak ; n»*m « i ' off; path, tra 

«flAwBita: to di« suppurate. - 

'1. fit- a. phyi. t - . to Urn* 
II «~ .. V. - 

ÄUC i: . — i.^f. 

(«;;l •■ ~ ««all 

pre il rp. 

NerviU'jn, tiic rtn^t ~ a ; . 
i-xcine; finf Irrrf ... a si 

•Jill- ■,',.. 

":. 1 ' ■ 

out |oi 

Dfn'Aai ; 

I in life). — 2. lariat in<ti inp, ■ 

outing, mn, jannt; <;n»-' , m ' 

excursion, to take a 1 - 

(-n ^ mad)t •• )(ii* '~ ^«^ 

f party of excur v — 

3. (i^lBtil ' • i?i •iitranre; §*■♦ 

SaaVnH of a ptgeOthlMaM). 

ttue-nuA'ct ( I M 0a ezouilgalst. 

touiist, r tripi'cr. 

1IU»-fluf| (I m ^ 1. (»il «atllcVa 
llowiiig ( r r:--: •;;:) "nt, ■'Utrlo« ; > pt«; 
dim K.: u ; /»Ay« (lae 

nuatn) >_• ■). — 2. p«tk 

(»al1lal:rl!t'kaf) | ^rgrd) mxV.t 

. . 8 (f.. V • « .. _• c; -1^4^ 

orifice; ■ . «a- 

(wn* - ■'»■.-. » ' "■• 

fl %H» -»«rt^aiHMt- 

tfit > Ue* 

»• g or-., 

ftce »...' 

f O r.:r 

I i| «; >^Drul;i 

llu» nut I 

an» (lulrn 
flow . t 

a. 
to 
tin- V 

1 <• ii a. ^" a-i^''. 

I I r « 
11 li- 

.'IMIUMI/ M «itrik •..■:,. o.;^ 

-.T'ltim ' ■* I I r .1 :•. - t . 



II 



fi... 
««.Shit 



O machinery: X mining, ^ military; 4> 



larine; f botanical; 9 a» 
= ( 7» ) = 



rai(«v- • 



wM«»i]a. 



f^lU^ft... 5llt!§l]C...] 6 nbpant.Sßerborinbnifip nur gegeben, tt)ctinr«nt4t act (ub. action) of... ob.. ..inglouten 



ou8-frogen ("--) ^t. sep. I via. 1. («iii. 
nnbio nr.1 to find out by inquiry. — 2. j-n 
^ (ausfct sm). ocn j-m etwa» ~ to question 

(or inteiiogate) a p. about a Ih.; Idjnrf: to 

cross-question, to cross-examine; i-n jii« 
bringüd) (T fig. b:8 Quj§ Jicmlie, S.Miit) ^ 
to torment a p. with queries; 4/ tin Edjiff: 
to liail. — II f/». (t).) to tease questioning. 

— Ill ~b ;> pr. unt a. ^b. inquisitorial. 
91ue-froflei(--")»i@a.,,^iti/'@6..«.inter- 

rogator, questioner; ~ri (--"•" unb--"-) f 
@ (iuquisitive) questioning, F pumjiing. 

nn&.iranjfit, «fronjcn {-•'■^) @c. sep. 
I t^<i. to fringe. — II fid) ^ virefl. to 
rave! (or fray) out (= Qii§-jajein II). 

QU&-frdif n © (--") via. (?i c. sep. einen 
Wnnb -^ to bead (or curl, crisp) a border. 

aue-frciien (-•'") @m. »^/>. I w/a. 1. n. 

Utitn, r fcn SKtn!4en: — 0U5-cf|cn (n. fiff.); 
trti ixci. bit Ediünti .^ to clear (or empty) ...; 
p fig. er t)iil loiiber etiuaS QUlgifref|en he 
has been up to mis« hief (or up to his old 
tritks) again. — 2. (au«f)öl|lfn) einnißSIe: 
to hollow out; ton eauttti: to corrode. — 
n vin. (t).) to have done eating. — 
III firf) .,. virefl. (giftia etltn) to cram (or 
gorge) o.s. with food, Rto have a blow-out. 
oue-frieren (--") vIn. ^f. sep. 1. (jn): 

a) to freeze thoroughly or to the bottom ; 
timat ^ Inficn to freeze ..., to let ... congeal ; 

b) (ju (Sruiibt fllieit) to perish wilh cold, to 
beicome) frost-bitten. — 2. (1).) c§ i)ai ouS« 
geftonn it has left off freezing. 

aiis-friic^en (-'^") via. igc. sep. geringe 
(in W\\(i)) .. to soak herrings (in milk). 

Qufe-tucl)tcln F (->*") via. igd. Sep. j-n -v 
to beat a p. (with the flat of a sword). 

OUfe-fligrn © (--") @.a. sep. aUouteiei: 

to fill up (or to flush) the joints of a wall. 

«u&-fuftr • (^) /■ @ export(ation). 

«Ufefllftr.... • (--...) in Snsn. I mfl : ex- 
port(-)..., J®, «.-obgate f, ~J0U m export 
duty. — II Bib. Satte : /vartifcl mlpl. ex- 
port goods/)'., exports/)/.; ««/beflaratlon, 
~frIoubnie f declaration (of outward 
goods), permit (for exportation); ~^anbc( 
m export (or outward) trade; /vpräniie f 
bounty(onexports);~üfrbof n prohibition 
of exportation; »s/Joorcn flp>. = .vOrtitel. 

oue-fii^rbor (---) a. ^h. 1. achievable; 
(linniift) practicable, feasible; nidjt ^ im- 
practiralile. — 2. Ä exportable. 

«lufe-fü^rbarfcit (^^—) f @ (oine pi.) 
practicability, practicableness, feasibility. 

QU&-fü^ren (— ") I via. ^&. sep. 1. to 
lead (or take) out; ftirbet .V to take ... for 
a walk. — 2. F (entwenbtn) to pilfer. — 
8. %, SDattn It. ^ to export (or ship) ... to. 

— 4. (fcttlitalfen) ben «Ir.enelen: bie (BaQe jc. .>, 
— = abiütjren 4. — 5. (in» iffi.rf ic^en) to put 
into execution; to carry out (a plan, a re- 
solution); to perform (a task); adg.: to do 
ath.;«-n?liijtrng.^,toeffectanorder;e-n!Bau: 
to erect; »anftrotiie: to execute; eine 9(c(ft" 
rung ^ to work out a problem or a sum 
(in aritl.meti«.); «etbtedien: to perpetrate; 
eine gnebnung mit bcr gebet, mit $iifd)e 
^ to make a pin-and-ink sketch; ttronS 
gefdjicft ^ to nianage a th. well; er tonn 
«S nd)t .w he cannot carry it through ; fid) 
^ lajjin to be practicalile. — 6. (einjrin bt. 
t«nbtin) to particularise, to .«specify; t:icai 
meiter ^ tf) follow up ... — II ?U< n @c. 
imb 91ue-fiit)rung f @ leading out, ic; 
# — 'JluS-inbr ; e-« Sou« : erection ; fig. (Set. 
«rtinidiuna) execution, performance; »•• iöet. 
»tt4oii:perpetratic.D; jiir ?l.»,iingbringin to 
carry into effect; jur ^.vung I. nimtn to be 
put into execution, «rim: to come into force. 

«uMü^rfr(^-)»)(€!a.,~iii/'@ l.# 

»on fDorm at.: exporter. — 2. (SoUbringerJ 
performer, acconiplisher; e-tltat a.: doer. 



OuMiilftrnif) (--") a. @b. unb adv. (in« 
einjtint B''6fnb) detailed, (umflänMitb) circum- 
stantial(ly); (n-eitiäufig) copiousdy), (irpii 
au»grbet)nt) am|ile; adv. oiift: in detail, at 
full length, minutely; ..er SBcridit full jiar- 
ticularsp/.; .. bifdjreibin to circumstan- 
tiate, to particularise; 2J~ffit (--^-)f® 
fulness, completeness, copiousness. 

3hi&-fiil)rnnfl (--") \. aii§-fiil)ren II. 

SI ue-f ii Ornnge«... ("-"..•) i" Sflfl" = ~bcff l|I 
m instiuction for the execution or per- 
formance of a th. : ^got'O '" «""<• excre- 
tory duct. Ca emunctory ; ~rol)r rt. ~rb^rt 
/■discharge-pipe; /v/lDfß m = ^gang. 

9IU&-fÜU'... (-•'...) in3f!gn. I otialPg „OnS» 

fOQen", J».: ~orbeil f woik of filling up, 

(fee — Ilffllb.fJSUe: ~figiir /"(auf «inemiBilbe) 

accessory ; ~grigfr J~ m [ant. Solo^geigcr) 
ripienist.-!Bgi.a.?ln§-Jii('«ng§'... luji.ic.l 
QUfe-fiillbor (^^i-) a. (gb. fit to be filled/ 
aiife-fiillfii (-•'"') I via. 1^ a. sep 1. to 
fill up; tin g'Ofi'in'nr ~ to fill up (oi out) 
a foim. — 2. fig. eine Cücfe ^ to stop (or 
fill) a gap; ieine SttUung miirbig ^ to fill a 
post worthily, to do crtdit to one's posi- 
tion; »ieiet «ebonft füllte feilte gnnje Seele 
Qu8 ... engrossed his whole mind or all 
his thoughts; fiine giit (gut) -. to em[iloy 
one's time (profitably). — 3. © mit Slei 
^ to fill up with lead; Bfautttpi: bie fjugcn 
^ to flush the joints; e-n Ül'eg mtl Steinen 
^ to metal a road ; Sö^ne ^ (plombieten) to 
stop ... — 4. (nuunrtn) boa 9o6 ~ to empty 
... ; Sffltin: to diaw off. — II ~h p.pr. unl 
a. @b. 6. in' bfn »eb. bc8 inf. C. gr.: Qj 

expletive. — III 9U « @c. unb Slue- 
fiiUung f @ T. filling up or out; ker 3"': 
emi loyment; (stuefiopfen) padding. — 8. nut 
9l-v,iing © arch, (e^utt unb eieint) fillings 
pi.; ballast; rubble(-stones />/.); metal. 

!Mu6-füUung8.... (^''-'...) in sns". s®-: 
/vttiofjf /"material for filling up; ~nJort n 
gr.: Oj expletive; (giidmott) padding. 

ouMwrd)en(-*'")r/a.i2ja.«f/). 1. to fur- 

row; (runjein) to Wiiukle. — 2. (ouSjIeiifitn) 
au* fid) ~ virefl. to smooth (down) the 
furrows ; bie £tirn ^ to unknit one's brow. 

on&.fiittern, .füttern» {^^") I gutter = 
9Jabrung| $i,d. srp. I via. 1. »itii (red;t) 
^ to fodder (or feed) well, to fatten ..., 
ou4 virefl. F fid) get)örig ^ to eat and drink 
well, to put on flesh. — 2. (cmSiirtn) ben 
Sßinter über Siefi ~ to feed ... in winter. — 
3. (leeten) btn 4)attr!anen ^ to enijity ... by 
feeding.— II r/)j.(l))ou?gefiitttrtbobcn to 
have done foddering or teeding. — SL'gl.«.,'. 

oiiMnltcrn, .füttern* © (->''') 1 gutter 
= innere 9lu5fleibiing) I rja. ^^.tep. 

1. (Inen SRotf -.. to line ... (thronghout) ; mit 
Strob ~ to pad (or stuff) with straw. — 
II 'il,N/ n @c. u. Slufe.futteiung, .fiitterung 
/■ @ 2. lining, padding, stuffing. — 3. Ä 
91^ be§ SBratfpiUS, be§ ©Qngfpii:» whelp(s 
pi.) of t he wind lass, of the ca pstan ; ^.viing 
ber Stüdpforten half-port(s pi.). - iBgl. ^ *. 

3lue-gabf (--") f ® I. (wusatoebents) 
expense, expenditure, outgoings ja^; (aus- 
lose) disbursement; Heine .jn pi. petty ex- 
penses pl.\ auficrorbentlidie ...n pi. extras 
pL; bit ..n btfil.ränfen to reduce one's ex- 
fienses. F to draw in; ..n unb ©innobmen 
inS (55ltid)gcn)id)t britigcn to live within 
one's income, (bei fdimaien üJüitein) to make 
both ends meet; feitie .^n übtrfleigen bit 
teinnnbmen he outruns the constable. — 

2. («luSaeten) «» bei Briefe : delivery ; # B. Mn' 
leifien.Bonfnotenit.: issue. — B.SudjJaiiki'l. typ. 
eines !Bu(6e»: edition, issue; neue .», reprint; 
.V mil *)iotcn »erlifiietentt Crtiarer variorum 
edition; redilmöfe gc ^ copyright editoii. 

Slu8-9Qbe(n)..... mein % (—"...) in Sflgn. 
I melft: ... of expenses or expenditure, iS. 



~(n)but^ n cash-book of expenses; ~(n) 
))often m item of expenditure. — II Sfb. 
gäUe: ,>/(n)bub9rt n budget; estimated ex- 
jienditure; ~bHreou «, «./fd)nllcr m fs« 
Biüeti jt. booking- (or ticket-) office. 

oufe-gö^nen (— ") i^i a. sep. I vIn. (^.) 
to cease yawning. — II fit^ ^ vjrefl. f. I; 
fid) (red)t) ~ to yawn well. 

B*" Qug-go^ren (--") f. auS-garen. 

«tufe-gnitg (->') w ® 1. going out; de- 
parture; einin.s,mad)en to go (or walk) out; 
ber trfle ^ nacb einer iTvanflteit the first 
airing; erf}er.^f ■T'rBbcl)netin:(Rii4isang)church- 
ing; ^ .^ (91u6ful,tl Bon gSaren eX|iOrt(ation). 

— 2. (Öffnung) outlet; way out; egress; 
gefieimer: pri\ate door; eine? Sluffel. tpofcn« : 
mouth ; eineJJioIiImegeJ.ßcUetS: liead ;eineäena. 
palle»: (fi.) debouche. — 3. (Snbe) end, con- 
clusion; mit .V beä Sol)rr8 at the close of 
the year; 5um ~ bringen to conclude, to 
bring to a close; bet i^toieS gebt bem ~ 
entgegen ... is drawing to a close. — 4. (oi- 
folg) issue; event; F upshot; (28!ung) hi 
einem SRomon it. (final) catastrophe, (ft.) de- 
nouement; Me eaiit naf)m einen guten, 
fcblrd)ten -. ... terminated well, badly. 

aiu^-flnngg.... (->'...) in siign: ~beffaro. 
tio'n ^f" -vjettel ; ~^afcn ma)® ship- 
pinfr-port, b) (üt Sn'onen: port of em- 
barkation :<%/(|anbel ft m export-trade; .»<• 
tolumne © f typ. end of a break ; partly 
filled end.page; -%/})forte f outlet, gate; 
«^'tiunft m starting-point, point of depar- 
ture (audi fig.); ~ro^r © n Bou naidiintn: 
waste-(or eduction-)pipe ; rsiXi^ot n, /vt^ür f 
= .vpforte; ~Woren % flpl. exports pi.; 
/vjettel # m permit; ^joü # m export- 
duty, duty on outward (or export-) goods. 

ou8-gören (--^) $oh. sep. I f/n. 1.(1).) 
to cease fermenting (= ob-giircn). — 2. (fn) 
(ietauttreten) to overflow in fermenting. — 

II via. Bom iZDein it. : bie Unreinigteit ^ to 

throw off ... in fermenting. 

B4r- auc)-göten it. f. au§-iaten k. 

ouS-geben (---) i^ol. sep. 1 via. 1. (ju 
Cuke geben) boS ©tiicf trnnte ni(bf ausgegeben 
merben ... could not be played (right) to 
the end. — 2. @elb .», (cerfsiifben 3, 5) to 
spend money; (auiiegen) to lay out; auf 
ber DJeife mirb boj «etb fdjneH ausgegeben 
(ober giebt fitft ... au§) money Soon goes while 
one travels; allei .^, voa% man Berbient to 
live up to one's income; fig. rocr auSgiebt 
(anberekänfeit)mufe Olid) etnnebmen who gives 
must take. — 3. # eine «Inlfilie, Mltien it. ~. 
(in Umlauf lejen) to issue, to emit; fd)ted)tel 
®clb .V to utter false coin. — 4. (»etteiitn) 

«Imoten, bie »riefe ouf bet tPofl it. : tO distri- 
bute; (ou»l|änbigen) to deliver; in einei SDitt- 
f*aft: boS ^ictige -. to give out sufficient 
(for the day); X bie parole .», to pass the 
watch word; BuiStianbft: ein53ii£b~(l>"bteiten) 
to publish (or circulate) a book. — 5. (Bon 
fi* geben) Dämpfe: to give off; «elb ^ (auS- 
leifien) to put out ... — 6. (abtnerfen) au<( f/n. 
(b.) to yield, produce, bear; ber »oggen giebt 
bol }et)nte ftom au§ ... yields tenfold. — 

— 7. (a. virefl. fl(^) für etwas .s, to pass (or 
palm) (o.s.) off as ...; er gitbf fid) für einen 
tDffijiei au8 he pretends to be ..., he calls 
himself ... — II t)/n. (\).) 8. f. 6. — 
Ö. (aufquellen) »on geliSfiiem ftnH ic; to rise, 
to swell. — 10. hunt, com funbe: to give 
tongue. — 11. J" bae torn git bt qu8... sounds. 

— Ill firf) .^ virefl. 12. f. 7, au« 2. - 
13. ficb (gan^) .s, (fein eseib It. ^) to spend 
one's last, F to run out of (or short oO 
cash. — I V 21,», n ® c. — 9lu§-gcibe 1 a. 2. 

SluS-geber (---) m @ a., o.\\\f% person 
who sjiends, issues, «fee. (f. ou8-geben) ; (SDcf 
toaltrtlinl) steward(ess), caterer; .^in aa((: 
(lady) housekeeper. 



I 



Seilten (W^- f.e.ix) : Ffamilidr; P SottSfiirailöe; rigaunerfpratfje; \ feiten; t alt (au« geflorben); * neu u»« (lebotin); ♦"'♦uuridjtig; 



Sic d(i<f)("> >>>( tlt)(QT)iingm unb b r 

UlltiS-flfbot (""-) n iJ^ I. aniiounwineul 
of sali!. — 2. («naitoi) l'rst bid. 

9lU«fltblirt (--■') f i) üciR 6.*. rt»«: 
iilfhprmi;. product; rri'»tion ; ^ btt tJöQc 
lielli.sh iiioiiNtc-r; cliildoflu'll ;l4;lnigc(piiiit(tj 
|t|iltlltoiii; Idttant -^ (rcS (^(()itlld| «Uanue 
liniliiciiiation lof the uiirid). 

fliii^-flrbilint (->"*»') n «()a. — 'aitcnltil. 

nuo qffriiiit (->'-) a. Sil). — ob-flttcimt 
Ij. ab-iaiiKii II) 

oiiii-nrnoiiRtii (--'*»') f. au8 fl<f)fn. 

9lUC-nfl)(f)'" ("-(-•...) m «fiän: ~OIHUfl 
m, ^flrib n wnlkin^; cimtiinn!; walking' 
dress; ~ta(l »/( (Mtrviiiil's) dny out. 

nue-nrl)(ii ( '-") ck»». ««"/>. I v\n. : a) (|n) 

1. (bat (laut i'dlaflfn) t<) ((o OUt. (of doiirN), 
to take H \sall( or a stroll ; id) baij nidit ~ 

I uiiiNt k)'ep indoors. — 2. (au< (inia* brt- 
DKgtbfn) (gilt <J.) frei, Icbig, lo8 ^ to 170 (or 
to )ftit ofl'l Mcot-lrce ; Don OtjatKn : to pay 
uotiiiii;;; leer ^ to ko nwiiy rmpty-linndcd. 

— •(. (Ad) au«|irtrn laOcn) con Alcibcm: to 
luiiif utr (easily): \\t enrfci gchm l(id)t mi 
unb and ... easily nlip on and olT. — 4. (niAt 
U'liii) tu i-oniM undoiii'. — 5. Ildnoinbtii, tv 
Xi'^inS to fuil, 1u vanish; bcr *Attni, bit 
(Sibiilb ort)t mir and I nni irt-ttink' out of 
luvHth, patji.'noe; tlr Raibt »:ib Ictdjt ^ ... 
easily fade; bic Jt)"orf, ^^lint gtbtn il)"» 
Qiid he Ik Itisinif hi» hair, teeth; bi( 
nrnftc gcbrn il)m ana his strt-nfctli hegin.s 
to fail; bic I'rbcnemittcl gc^cn ibnrn anS 
Ihoy aru ninninir shnrt of prnvisions; bii« 
Vidil, Scutt flCbt out ... is )r>>inK' out ; ion 
Uinanirn: to wither, to dio; % Ux ttmlci ift 
uno aiiegcgangcn we arc (cleared) out of... 

— ß. Irin Siitc nfUmfii) to end, to tumiinatc. 

— 7. O lyp. jo ffl;cM, 'bn'ii, bcr Icjt mil brr 
Seite aiK-nclit t» make up a pa^e. — K. ^ 
ten niirn 1)16): Iju 2agcl ^ to crop (out). 

— 0. (rtl^iintnl Bon CAtilKn : to appear, to 
come out; «sii nnci 'yttt: to emanate; tinrn 
Crtrlil, fin tOril'tt .«, tafjfn to prouiulfrate (ur 
i.iuuo)... - lü. ■iil«H),ingia'i/'»7J. : oiif : iijout 
tintii 1Dot.ll ^ to end in ...; h) ant ilival « to 
aim at ...; ouf 'Jtbciitcner .^ to go in quest 
i>r adventures; aui it'cttd ^ Ut tro (u-)liejf. 
(CinK; mit HUtrug , to he bent on cheatint? ; 
iini i-9 'l!el^c^ben ^ to plot a p.'s ruin; 
I'r ging bdianj 0118, uni iu »rit>i»cn he meant 
to ..; in: in (iiic 3pil;e ^ (auiiju'cn) to 
end iu a point ; librr: über ftnai .s. (ft« u\- 
»ititfii) to spread over; bon: Don i-m Otit, 
^g. Dun fincni iHiunblatt ic. ^ to proceed 
from ... — b) (b. H. fn) 11. laulttirn tu «rtra) 
«. Irijc tocoaxe riainir. — II v\a. 12 (aul- 
ra«ti(n)(24utif: tout retch in lor with) weariii);. 
IIJ l.iii»m»nrii) toiin 6fl(it: to pace out. — 

III jilt) . i'/rr/(. 14. (id) T(d)t ^ to take 
tr'"id (walkingl e.\erciseor Imix wulki. — 

IV i-Jb /I./»', uni a. 9fcb. # .xPi' ("Vradjt 
outwartl freiif ht ; ^\st '4.\pft departiii(r mail ; 
\I> ^bi'O CAin outwaid-l'iiiind ...; % .^be 
IWaten /■(/</. oxport-Kood» ;,/. — \ in<^ n 
0tc.Koiiig<>ut,oittiiii:;'Mii8<nnbl^iu*gcl)cn 
Koiuir in and out; %»\\\% out and ciuiiiig 
iu; lldÖlAinl extinction; »on «onilm: ex- 
hauMlion; «hortnesa; lankiatnl endtinir), 
t«rniiiiiitioii;i!isue;(ai . 'ion; 
proniiilkMvtion. — iiji. , 

ouogriflfii i ('^->') ;iii. *.-/-. I < ci. ein 
€liid ^ \» Uni^h a pieindti th« violin. — 

II <7<i. (b.t t c. 
ilU*-BfMfHi -'p.^agr.^t^n. 

Xabat tc. !•> |<rUIH<, to tinii out, to tiim. 

aiH-flClnfjCII ( "■'-I \ y.}>. in aatn »•». 
»»I I'*/'. (I. an! hifjcn) — II n. »«h. /if/. 

1. lungil'untfn) uiirestr.tinoil, iiiiliiidlid, un- 
ruly ; (aullitnxitrnll dmsioiiitii, luoio. — 

2. (uktiminu) ri'i>li>'.si<nie, nni .< 
boiNltiroua; roniiiiuli; .^c \ 

borant ipitl)-- 1 tumbu)'. 



i'fllurfiino'M nj - J» I fi: a totr: ?t'' 



*ilu6iK..— 'iluvlia 



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dis 

DüS.M ; ronij isiiii''>-ii; exuberance lot Kpint). 
aue-fltntad)t 1 "^) I /'./>. m «tunBtk. b<« 

inf. (|. QU5-niad)cn). — II a. s^b. 1. i|r 

iriii) certain, sure; eine ^t c'*' •" '"•'"' 

lislied fact. — 2. (oearaben 

settled. lenjoy I., n- uLm. ..1 

ouo gtnirfttn (----) v,a. v^a. »rp. to) 
QUO grnoininen f "-'-1 I;<.p inaOneeb. 

btl liif. li. QllSncl Ilic:n - II prp anb 
H'lv. exrepl|lllt;l, Wil 

s;i\e; lemon ^ with"iii 

bcib(n.^allbuttl,i ' III c;..« bag 

exiept lor save! \.i, ' , i-rrrn nt4i) unleu. 

aue-gerbrn (-■*-) v,a. ix^.itp 1. to 
tiin lui 'liny I thorouirlily. — 2. V fig. j-n 
~, i-m ba) ,'veU ^ — i-n butd)t)rUgeln II. Hj. 

auegrfdiirbrn 1 «'->') j. ou9-|d)eibtn. 

auö-fleltoUeni ■'">'-) 51 b.#r/j.—flcflaUeM. 

aiii^ geftorbfii (---is,) \ ous-flerben. 

aiio-grindit i-^-) I p.p. m tiun Bob. m« 
inf. (f. c. ■ . — II (I. 3«b. eniui- 

site; air ictU.bct most elegantly 

drussi'd, \ itio.sud (up) to the knoeker. 

au»flr|r>(t)itrt ^ '-^^) I pp. in oB» e<b. 
b<« inf. I|. r !i). — II a. ^\>. 

excellent, ili lod, eminent; ^cc 

€d)ütc capital (f crack) shot; el gebt 
itim ^ he IS ^'etting on ozceediufrly well. 

auf-gicbig ( --) a. p*b. — ct-gicb:a. 

aui»-flirf{fn (---i I via. We. »*p. 1. to 
piiur out, iMAgirlienl to pour away, (mt- 
lAfiitcn) to spill ; fig. bie 3d)ale b(l ^onie? 
über |-n ^ to vent (or ht out) one's anger 

oil a p. — 2. lauUc<d;rnl Sfurt ~ to put out 
... with water. — 3. loufüHcn) to till up 
iwith lend); mil 2*lei oU'3fleiio|icncr St.ni 
loaded (or lo.idi-dl cniie. - II ti^ n 01 ■. 
u.niiegif tiling/'«* pouring out; eflusion; 
vfl. V'Uiiiirt bift lieihiiin l^ciflf* descent of 
the Holy 1 1 host; (iiuiioliVn) extinction, 
auogipfrln (-■'■•^) via. ^d. «#p. Maw. 

t I top, to lop. 

aiie-giyfrn Q ( -<^") r/a. @c. t*p. to All 

with plaster lof Paris). 

auoglattrit (-•'") r/<i. «vb. »rp. s«ii» 
to tiiko ciut by smoothlii).', to »niooth. 
9liK' nififll ("-) "I X ~ on» • 
auo-flleid)bar 1---) <i. ;*l'. re« 
ouc-gleidini (---) I i/<i. son. i*p. I. to 
equalis«', Itbnfn) to level (down). — 2. la. 
lirrfl.) /■(/.rcCAvtxIttrll: to smooth down ; 
r-nCurli: to settle, arrange, ..I ..-i fid) ^ 
i«r<tl'i4fn) to conio to an ', to 

make a compromise with. - .1 Ku.ieJieit' 
niin(( ^ to baliuice (or settle, square) an 
account; ollc 'Jied)niiiitirn mil |-m anlge* 
glidjen bnben to biM|uiM ..r M|ii«r» -nh «p. 

- 4.(»«talic«) toi . ^-good 

(•1....). — II 1t^ .'I...' adj««| 

/»•eiiii »nt; 

adjustlii' I . m n'.i'{ian|l 

settlement. 1 le:\i nikC i.^r ■\t»I\») ; )ui V^ung 
einft Itflnunj in full |di- li ir/.>i ..( | • 

'A^nnn un'fiti Italit as > 
/>A/«.l«iei<lite •" • ■••' 
SInant 'tt^nr x 

nil' . )"■'- 1 1 

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to .lurival ; i-fii». »» •!«.(.» 
Ill «1. 
-14 .iiirii-ulliig; 

Wni« gliit)cr 1---; wi 
aue-gtaben 1 ->') I • 1 

u. : to dig out ur Up; hui 
unearth, to dif ; i-» »■-•?. 
disint.T. — 2. 
SiuiBrs : to sink ; «>i.i.n . -; 
rtiiitn ^ to .uik'rivo. — II Ä~ ■ 
tiiii« grabuiig f *% ' 

cavation; nan t' •, 

f» 



i: -'in. tep. I 

1. ' s anna ' 
man. to step out I well I; mI« . 
tüditig auS ... IS a good «tapp«.. 
^ latjen to give ... the hea<l. — 

2. iBitt'Sl t • ' ■ . •( ■ 

lifttidle. — 4 

?lui>-griH 

au^ qrollr; 
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[5lU!§l)n... 5lU6l)0...] Substantive Verbs are only friven, if not translated by act (or action) of ^or —fiig. 



9lii8-I)ntfer [-^^) m @a. 1. \ one who 
picks (or cuts) out, &c. ; (eAlädjtcr) retail- 
butcher. — 2. (au8l4laa"itn) punch(eon) ; 
Cpinnttei: CODlb. 

aue-tjngrlii (--") vltmpers. (b.) @d. 
»ep. e? lint auRgehoflclt it has done hailing. 

oiie-l)nfcii (--") via. $la. sep. (a. fid) ~ 
v{refi.) t» unhook, unhitch, unclasp. 

oue-tinlitfrii [-■'"') via. @d. sep. (au4 
fll^^ r/»v/f.)to unhalter,to slipthelialter. 

Quo-tinllfn (->'") (•/«. (b-, f'l) Cia. SP/), 
to sounii at a distance; (u.ttioDen) to cease 
sounding ; /i.'/.to die away (in the distance). 

ouc-hnlten l-»^") ^op. sfj». \vla. 1. (an^ 
»auem laffen) to sustain; tint ©ilbc ^ to 
dwell iin a svUable; cT: e-n S:on, e-e 5hitc 
^ to hold a note; oiiSflcIiatten (s('s)tenuto. 

— 2. (crttogen) eincii Eingriff ^ to (with-) 
gtaod (or to hear up against) an attack 
or a charge ; bic ißrobc ~. to stand the test ; 
eftmtrjtn. ett.iuaaen: to endure; to undergo; 
J< einen Sturm ^ to weather a storm or 
a gale; einen Sturm bor 9lnfer ^ to ride 
out a gale; irti toiin c-:- nid)t meb^ ~i t§ ifl 
nid)t nieljr auöiuljnltcn I can't stand (or 
bear) it any hmger; id) fann e§ bor ÜJJüliig' 
feit nid)t mehr .», I am done up with fatigue. 

— 3. mit ace. bet Seil f. 4. — II vin. (I).) 
4. (auibaucrn) to persevere, to continue; 
hi Heiem f'aufc [)Qlten bic SDicnftbotcn nid)t 
lange au-r- ... servants do not stay (for) 
long; feme CeI)riol)re, feine 3fit - to serve 
one's (full) time; ber So* ibirb nrcb einen 

Syinter will last another winter; © tie 

Barbe 1)011 nidi aii§ ... flies quickly, fades 
easily ; fenc. out bem ©tofe ^ to remain on 
the lunge; c§ if) mil tl)m nid)t au§äul)nltcn 
he is unbearable or intolerable. — 5. abs. 
(RanHai-enl to suffer; to hold out; et I)Qt Biel 
^ niüfjen I e has had a great deal to put up 
with.- Ill ?(~«@c.u.9l«J-f)nltmiBf@ 
J" einis 2on.§: sustaining, lerigthening; (aSe- 
Janen) perseverance; bo§ if! nid)t ium ?(.v 
it is beyond (all (endurance or forbearance. 

?lii?-t)olfiiiige=... (^-i"...) in SfiBB, »»•: 
/vjtidieii o" n pause, corona, hold ( ■ ). 

oiie-t)änimcrn © (->^") via. gd. sep. 
1. Die I'culen e-t 64üfici .x. to heat out dents ... 

— 2. ifluitebnen) to hammer out; to flatten 
(or widen) out by hammering. 

oue-ljciiibigen (^•!-^^) I r/a. iSTa.scp. i-m 
ft. ^ to hand a th. over to ..., ® to deliver 
a th. to ... — II 9U n @c. u. 9lit&-l)niibi= 
gunfl f Co ddvery, surrender; äBBvie: %^ 
ber oiTtau'ten ft' nr§ delivery uf stock. 

«lie-t)Onq %> (^>5) m ® 1. »on fflorcn: 
show, display; ifflnfil-a) placard.— 2.(?iue. 
irRrDtei) goods/;/, exliiliited for sale. 

«liie-tinnge.... (^«^-...j in 3nan: ^bogen © 
m typ. (last) proof(-slieet); «„frciUlJlor © 
n typ. aiitl or's slip; ;N,id)iib n sign-board; 
•Bf bem lade onfiebraiStrg : Fsky-sign ; /«/tbarcn 

flpl. sbow-srnods /?/.; ~;jette( m placard; 

^ettel Qiibeiten to put (or siick) up bills. 

aii?'t)angfii ^op., .(jnngen ci a. (-■''^) 

tep. I /■/«. (h.) (befiet: QU§-l)Qngen) 1. to 
hang out; Bon Sfflaten: to be exposed for 
sale; ton einem 3"lfl: tO be put up. — 

II via. lb Rer: au5-l)Qngen). 2. ouifi vlrefl. 
to unhook; pd) ~, a.: to come unhooked; 
etne Stßt: to unhinge; ben Siobidiii^ ~ to 
takeofi the drag; »lafiJiinetitele: to unhang. 

— 3. (aulfieUen) to display, to show; to 
expose (or exhibit) for sale; ein ediilb: to 
P0.stup;f.r?la3fle: to liang OUt. — III ^^ 

n $?.. unb 'ilue-^oiiginig f @ unhooking, 
4c. (f. 2); Don ©aten: display, ex[iosure for 
sale; cetäftiiiit; nur j m 91^ only for (out- 
Bide) sliow; not! iiig but an advertisement. 
oue-^orrfn [^■^^) I vIn. (^.) 6ia. sep. 
to persttvere fin one's efforts); to hold 
out; im llnglüd ^ to bear up against (or 



under) misfortune. — II 9U n @c. per- 
severance; enduraiice;fortitude in suffering. 

aiI&-l)Qf})flH (-^") r/a. 1^1 d. sep. 1. to 
cease reeling. — 2. \ = ou§-()Qi;'en. 

QU&-l)afl)flt (->*") via. ^K..iep. e-e2'^ür: 
to unhinge, to take off the hinges, 

91u&-l)011 (--) tn (Ss for. 1. (bas SluHtiuen) 
thinning (or clearing) the wood. — 2. (Sii^. 
tunfl) glade. — 8. (MuSflfioueneS) loppings/)/. 

«ue-fjflit.... (^-f...) f. 9lu§-t)Qiie=... 

9lu&-l)aurf) (--) m ® breath(ingout); 
exhalation; bet Blumen: fragrance. 

a«6-f)0lid)rii (--") I via. iga. sep. to 
exhale ; to breathe out or forth ; ben P'eift 
^ to breathe one's last, to expire. — II 9I~ 
ft ®c. unb 9liife-l)niid)iiJi9 /■ @ exhalation; 
last breath, expiring. 

9lii&t)nii(c).... (^•^(") ...) in Sflflit : ~orbeitcn 
flpl. for. clearing operations/)/. ; ©^cifen 
n punchfing tool); nietall. tapping-rod. 

ou&-^ouen (--") I«/«- ^q-sep. 1. (au?. 
bBfiipn) to hollow out, to excavate; ein 
©rob im jjelicn ~ to cut a tomb out of 
the living rock. — 2. hott. Slbeige unb 
Sfte ait§ einem 33nunie, ben 5Baiim .v, to lop 
a tree; for. ten STaib .^ (liftten) to clear ... 

— 3. sculp.: j-§ Stanbbilb ~ to make a 
statue of a p.; eine gigut in Warmer ~ to 
carve (or hew) out ... in marble; mit bem 
TOeiSel: to cliisel out. — 4. 5^ to work, to 
dig ; Qu§gel)auen worked out. — 5. gcftiädjter : 
einen 0*ftn (jum Sßertaiife) .v, to cut up ... 
(for sale). — G. (ouspeitfdjen) to whip, to flog. 

— II 9l/vM @'c.hollowing(out);f-8!a!aIbe§: 
clearance; sctilp. carving out; /^%^ eine§ 
QelbeS exhaustion of a mine. 

9lu8-l)aitcr (^--) m @a. 1. © = 9lu§. 
l)Ou=cifen. — 2. (ffliibtiouet «.) carver. 

aw&-t)Cilltfn (--") via. unb vlref.. 6ib. 
sep. to skin, to flay; fid) ^ to cast a skin. 

9lug-()fbe.... ("-"...) in gffan : ~fpnii O m 
typ. setting- (or composing-)rnl(»; /v-ftab © 
m (8ia6ma4erei : ferret. — SJfli. 9lu§l)cbunga=... 

aue-^ebfn(--")goh.s«'p. Ivla. 1. steine, 
SBurseIn: to pull (or lift) out. — 2. SSiet, 
SBein ~ (rait bem ^titx) tO draw off; SBIunien 

Qu§ ben Sbl'fen ^ to unpot, to pot out ...; 
Cier jc. .n, to take ... from the nest; c-e Hut: 
to unhinge; ficb [dat.] bie ©d)u(ter ^ to 
dislocate one's shoulder. — 3. © 6iic6etei: 
bn§ TOobell (and bet &Dtm) r... beu ®ufe .^ to 
lift the casting; typ. bie f^oim .^ to lift 
out the form. — 4. X frt. bie Saufgväbin 
^ to open the trenches. — 5. (auSroäbien) 
to select, to pick out; Ü: Stufen .^ to raise, 
to levy ...; Dt'cfruten .^ to enlist recruits; 
91u8-gc^ol)cnr(v) m @ (fresh) recruit; ccm- 
script. — II I'/w. ([).) 6. \= Qn-[)ebeul. 

— 7. tie USr bfbt QU§ ... is warning. — 
III fid) ^ virefl. (pd, auejeidjnen) fid) butd) 
Solent .>, to distinguish o.s. by ... — I\' 91^ 
n (pc. unb ülub-tjtbung f @ pulling out; 
drawing off; /io>-/.unpottirig; Xb.goiboten: 
levy; recruiting; conscrijition; ju beionbcrtw 
Siienft: drafting oft'), detachment. 

Stnfe-^cbcr ("-") m #a. 1. eon eolbalen: 
recruiting sergeant or officer. — 2. © 
(Sotiitfjtunfl jum Muiliefjcn bon SiafWncn) dis- 
eiigaginff-apparatus; Utirm.: lifter, ratcli. 

9lu&-Öfbiilio&=... (-'--...) in SfSan: ~bf3irf 
X m rec!uiting-(of'ficer's) district; ^bogen 
© ni Ubtm. : lifter. — Sfil. audi ?lu§-htbe=... 

Oli0-^cd)elii © (-'*") $id. Sep. I via. 

1. PlaiSö: to hackle (or hatchel) out. — 

2. r fig. j-n ^ (Hatf tobein) to criticise 
severely, F to pull up sharply ; Tutoren, a.: 
to slate. — II )-'/«. (I).) to cease luickling. 

oue-f)crfcn (■^>*") en,n. sep. I vju. [[).) 
1. to cease hatching. — II via. 2. to 
hatch (young ones). — 3. F /f^r. iJJIöne it. : 
to hatch or lay or get up (plotsy, to con- 
coct or devise (schemes) ; ©eriiiSte: to invent. 



QU&-t)eileii (--") I via.. vIn. ([).), virefl. 
^a.sep. to cure (or heal) thoroughly. — 
II 9U « @c. u. 9lufe-t)pilung f@ complete 
(or radical) cure, restoration to health. 

0Ui5-l)eijeil(--")f/a.ei,C..<te/). e-n neuen Ofen, 

e-e frifd) afWeiSte Etube : to warm thoroughly. 

oue-l)eIfen (->^") %ä. sep. I vIn. (^.) 

1. t *fb. bibl. (auS bet 9!ot Wfen) to aid, to 
succour. — 2. (aus bet Beilegenbeit tielfen) j-m 
mit etroaS ^ to accommodate (or to supply) 
a p. with ...; er ^iljt iljm oft aus he often 
helps him out of a scrape; er ^ilft un§ 
Ijäuftg mil ®elö ou§ he fre(juent!y ad vances 

us money; uon Ba6tn: in Ctmongelung eine? 

ffiaoiers tuirb e-e ©uitarre .^ ... a guitar will 
do (just as well). — II vja. j-m ben Dfod 
... to help a p. off with his coat. — III 9l~ 
n @c. = 91uS-l)iIte. 

9JMe-{)elfcr (-^'^) m @a., »,\n f @ oc- 
casional hel|i(er); (gtfa^mann) odd man. 

QUi?-l)Cllen \ (-^") via. unb virefl. @a. 
Sep. (fid)) ^ to clear up, to brighten up. 

01te-I)fnimcn (-"*") via. (Si, a. sep. «aber: 
to take off the drag; to unlock, to unskid. 

Qiie-lje^tli (-'*") y/of.(|ic.se/3. to hunt out 
(or drive off) with dogs. Jcease howling."! 

oii8-l)fulen (--") vIn. (t).) 6i,a. sep. to/ 

9Ui&-t)ieb (--) m ® fenc. (§icb bei aus- 

faDeiiben ^efttetS) lunge. thrust. 

9lue-I)ilff (->i") f@ succour, assistance, 
help; mil ©eib au4: accommodation; jur .„ 
by way of a makeshift; in (Srmangelung ton et. 
asefieiem jiir .>. bienen to serve as (or to be) 
a last resource or a stopa-ap. 

9liiS-l)inc=... (^''-...), 9tu6-f)ilf8...., au8. 
f)tlf0.... (-^...) in Sffgn: ~geflld) « request 
for help; ~tcllner m occasional waiter; 
/x/inaft 4/ m spare mast, jury-mast; ^' 
fd)nnfpic(cr m suieHnnmerary); ~Weiie 
adv. by way of a makpshift; wcitS. tem- 
porarily. — Sgl. au4 S^'Ü]^-... llueife.l 

Olie-l)ilflid) \ (-''^) adv. = Qu§-l)ilf5«/ 

on&-l]obeln © (--") via. ifid. s/p. to 
plane (off or out). [give up hoping.! 

QUö-()offcn ("-i") u/n. (I).) pi a. sep. to) 

oii&-l)öljen \ (--") via. $i a. sep., agr. 
mit Gvbc .^ to earth up, to level up. 

nn&-l)i)l)(en (--") I via. %a..sep. 1. to 
hollow out; fbutA ©taben) to excavate; bet 
Xtopfen l)bl)lt ben Stein qu§ ... wears (away) 
the stone. — 2. © (austiefen) to ^m\^e; 

(ausweiten) to SCOOp OUt. — II QU&-flel)iJ^It 

p.p. unb a. (|ib. 3. concave; ^ clianuelled; 
(bucfitig) sinuous. — III 9l~ n @c. unb 
9lllä-i)Öf)Iini9 f @ \. hollowing (out); ex- 
cavation. — 5. nut 9UUJ19 hollow, groove. 

niie-l)ö^iifii (--^) <?i a. sep. I via. to 
mo( k a p., to jeer (or to sneer) at a p. — 
II vIn. 1 1).) to cease jeering. — III 'ä~ n 
09C. unb 9liic-f)öl)inin9 f @ raillery. — 
fflgt. öev-[)öbnen unb aii§-lad)en II. 

91iie-l)bl)iier (--") >« #a., -vin f ® 
mocker. [tail ; F to hawk about.) 

OUö-^öfern (--") via. @d. sep. to re-/ 

anö-f)0lpti (--") Cia. sep. I vIn. (t).) 
mil ber S)ant) jum Sdjlage, SBuvfe tc. ~ to 
raise one's arm for striking, tVirowing, Ac; 
jiint Sprunge .^ to take a run before jump- 
ing; vl- beim Sfutern lang .v to pull a long 
stroke; fig. im (itjäiien ineit ~ to begin far 
hack; to give a circumstantial accouut. — 
II via. (ouSiorfdicn) to sound, F to pump a p. 

9liie-l)olcr (--") m C« a. 1. (au* ~in f ®) 
= 91u§bovd)er. — 2. vL (lou jum ettaffjiiben) 
^ bee- blinrcn Segel§ sprit- sail halliard; 
^ be§ .Uliiuev§ outhaul(er) of the jib. 

01i&-l)0lJEn (-'*") via. iJic sep. 1. = 
ab-^iljen. — 2. (a. Qiie-I)öl}cn) © gftutm. : 
bie (öbl.erntn) 9tbjnlie ~ (ausldjweifen) to pare 
(or to slope) the heels. 

OHfe-l)ord)cn (^-i^) I via. 6ia. sep. 
1. i-n .«, (ausfoiidien) to sound, to draw, F to 



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pump a person; tiiit. f/n. (^.) bei i-ni ^ 
to (iliiy the envo.siJroppfr. — 2. mrd. Oen 
Suflaiib ber !ÜMifl ^: O to auscultate. — 
II U/«. n 94c. «ouodiu^, Ac. ({. 1); mtd.: 
lO auHcultation. 

llui>-l)ord|tr l^'^^') m id a.. Mm. ~in f % 
one who (Jrawü out (peoplu'u sccrtits). 

aue-^orrn ("--) vja. ?j.a. »rp. to hear 
to thi; end, to hear out. 

Viidljuii (--) m Z\. 1. fffuioatU choire, 
seleiilion. — 2. (1lulfil»l«tci) thi' piok, the 
tlowir, r t ho (T'-.' m. — a. ii — nii9-l)f btn 1 V. 

•iV tlue-f)iilir ](. {. 'aii9-i):li( !c. 

au«()iilirii (^^"j rja. sj c. »r/>. to hull, 

to hu.sk; ailildi, ettnrn, ROIIc: tO «hell; 
•eiOc: to peel; Vlue-^uljtr m (i9a., ~in / 
|9 one who hulls, husks, shells, peels. 

auff)iiiigrrn (^•**') vja. sid. »rp. to 
famiih, tustarTe; X tint QiRurs .^ (iui U»tf 
gatr iningfii) to reduce ... by taniiiie; to 
Starve... into «iirriM ! ii;t)iinfl(Tt fam- 

ished; ouSflfljungt . .ij starteling. 

aiie-t)uu|rii f (--"j v,u. ij.c. »ep. \n ~ 
to repriiMHiiiJ (or scold) a p. 

OUB l)ufd)rii (-'*«') y/n. (Ill) SXc. arp. to 
slip (or Hit) away (unnoticed). 

aiie-l)uftrn (^--) J^b. »f/>. I via. (aui- 
•ctftn) to coufrh up; C<tlnn, «u«: to ex- 
pectorate.— II t)/n.(t).) tuet a-si' coughing. 

aut-jnorn (---) ci a. «*p. I t/a. i-ii ^ 
to expel a p.; to hunt him off; fig. j-m 
btn ^iliigft|(t)irti[i ^ to frlKhttn a p. into 
fits or out of his wit.'»; bcTt gflitifn Sßalft .» 
to hunt all over the forest. — II vjn. (1).) 
C[ but au9gcingt he has done hunting. 

aue-janimrrii (-'>^") Sid. »rp. I vjn. 
(b.) to leuse lamenting. — II (id) ^ u/rc//. 
fidjlrcdjt) .V to relieve u.s. by lamentations. 

Uu» idt>... ("-...) in 3fli«. »».: ~r«ifn »i, 
tu(t /«.Ijacfr f a;ir. weed(ing)-hook; hoe. 

aue-jattli (--") p/o. Oib. arp., agr. to 
Weed (or root) out; to clear of weeds. 

Wue-jntrrf^-")»! 0a.,«-in/'j<> weeder. 

oiiiVinudMrn (--"J 9ic. «.p. I »/n (b) 
to tease exulting. - II Tld) -. tiitfi. \\^ 
lt(djtl .^ to intlulge in loud jubilation. 

an» io(t)rn ("•'-)i;/a. 5ia.»r/> tounyoke. 

aUi^-iiibrliil '-")3td.«r;>. — au6-|aud),(ii. 

QUetaitrU (■"■'") n/« sib. fr;i. to chill 
(ur tool) ilown, thoroughly to chill or cuol. 

Ylu» fnninit'... (^>'"...) in aflj«, i».: -n^ 
(ailiin »I liirge-toothed (urdressiug) comb. 

aiu-faniinrii (-•*") W«. ^a. ##/». 1. to 
comb lout); to give I ih« liair) a good 
combing ; au(gcltinintl( J^>aart n/p/. : a) Well 
combeil hmr; b) liuii that lia.s come out 
(or off) in tt.mbing. — 2. O •»nMut: 
OoOf .. to comb (or card). 

oue-raiiiplrii ( ■'"*'') si a. arp. I i-'n. (b ) t o 
cense tightiiii;; fig. (r bat aulgitiiniiiit his 
striiggb'i »re over or ended. — II vja. <-\\ 
floMiDJ ^ todo|stout)balMe;to nglit it out. 

au»-rarbat|d|rn I -"--, ■. ^-*^) via. di c 
Mrp. tti whip »coiiidly. |ing card, tiiiisbrr. | 

till« faibr 0| -"l/49«»i«i>M(i. buuh-l 

au* forrm (->'*') Wo. Si a. /<»;>. 1. to cart 
offur nwxy. - 2.(attllal)ifn) tobrrak up «road. 

am (aurii ("-^) ;i a. »rp I v,». ((.) to 

flni^h ciiewinif. — II v.n. 1a»at k. . to 
chew ...; ilnr Rtu«!: to «Uck ; vl /ly. taHetlH 

tan I bii'i '^. ng nut ... wtuks oot the unkum. 

t(U* llllll I -) m ^ bllMlli; out ur ulT. 

aiiitaiilcii (^-') I via. ;iia. «//>. I. tiii 
•(I4''<)i. t-ii ->. to buy up or out ... ; riiicn 
Vobin .w to I'urchnsc the whoie «lock ; /iy 
lit ttttutnlrll, tit Stil ^ lt> nwVt the brat 
of... — S. i-n .„ (luibiiiiifa) to outbid • p , 
to forestall a p. Ill buying. trii|i»ff ^ to buy 

out pannrr«. — II tl'v n 9«c. » fllil-laui. 
au* (rgrlll ("•<') )td. r»p I via. Ha 
•«wrin ^ lo play at skittles for. . ~ II r/n. 
(b.) to ocaat piayini at akltUta. 



ouS-frtilrn O ("-») 1 via. >ia. »rp. lo 
flute, clj'aint'irr. channel. — II tl^ n 9f c. 
a. 1Iu0-r(l)li>"0 1 4# tlute, channel, gr'xve. 

aue-f(l)rtn {--") I via. 9i a. »rp to 
sweep (out); tia C4i|| to SWiib. — II tt^v 
ri #9c. hwecplingi, /ly. tal iviTb Ttd) b(im 
V.V hnbtn it will be found when all is over. 

Biie-fflirtr (--«) m ^a. — T ■ 

«ueffbndit (-'--) f/i(n) ^ sw. 

OU«-fflffll (--"I ;i a. »rp. — OUo-lii.Kii 

aue-frilrii (---) ;ia. »tp. t via. 1.0 
to fasten wiih wedges, to wedge. — 2 F 
fin. i-n~ — burdj-prflgdn. — II r/n. (jn), 
fid) ... vlrrfl. ^ I tf ilftmia 114 inlpitt"' «ullastca) 
to pinch out; to run out to a point. 

QU»-ffinifn(^-) 9ia. «rp. Iv n. l.(fn) 
to germinate, to shoot tmt. — 2. IbJ to 
cease germinating. — II via, Aaitafltla ^ 
(lattrimtn) to clear ... of shoots. 

oue-ffltfrn (-•*"') 5id. »rp. — ob tdUtn. 
aui-triintn (-•*-) »a. »rp. I via. to 

know fr"m. — II lliit». ) liA ^ rlrrfi 
iJTr • I t.. know (til 

tea. . ..){ iiuljt au< h' 

bearings; he is at his wits' end. 

aiK-fcrbrn (^•*") I via. 5i a. »tp. to 
notch, jag, indent; (aaiiatfi«! to scallop; 
<f aiivgffrbt crenated. — II V^ n J»c. 
uak lliie-rrrbuiifl / 4t notch, indentation. 

aue-ftriKii {-^^) I via. Cia »rp. to take 
the pips out of fruit, to stone plumi, to shell 
prai. *r. — II tl<«> n Hc. Stoning, Ac, 
pliann. enucleation. |in kettle-shape.) 

aUtJ ffflfht ('--) via. 5id. «</). to form/ 

au»-(rl;rrn X (-•*") via. sid. »ep. to 
split (or cleave) hard rocks with «tdgt». 

aue-fittrii (-"*-) p/o.si b.trp. to cement. 

aiie-(lanbnr(---)a.94b.iut.. actionable. 

aui-flao(u|--»)3ia.«<p.(ai